Nicolas Haque

Nicolas Haque

Nicolas Haque is a based in Dakar, Senegal. Previously Al Jazeera's correspondent in Bangladesh from 2008-2013.

He's freelanced for over a decade, working in current affairs for TF1-French TV, CBC, ABCnews, BBC Asian Programmes Unit, Discovery and Channel 4 news in London. French of Bangladeshi parentage and raised in the United States, he holds an MA honours in Anthropology from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London

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Global Fund conference: $14bn pledged to fight AIDS

Medical group warns of AIDS' spread in Africa as international donors raise funds to combat top infectious diseases.

Global Fund conference: $14bn pledged to fight AIDS

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Ethiopia dam dispute: Talks in Khartoum over sharing the water

A new dam in Ethiopia could threaten the water supply to neighbouring countries further downstream.

Ethiopia dam dispute: Talks in Khartoum over sharing the water

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Kenya: Proposed coal project in World Heritage Site angers locals

Protesters say the project will damage the environment, kill animals and destroy their island.

Kenya: Proposed coal project in World Heritage Site angers locals

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Kenya's Mau Forest: Indigenous and wildlife at risk

Both the indigenous Ogiek people and hundreds of species of wildlife are threatened by deforestation and drought.

Kenya's Mau Forest: Indigenous and wildlife at risk

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Thousands of Kenyans evicted from East Africa's largest forest

The government says it is being done to protect the Mau Forest, but most of those evicted say they have been cheated by the state.

Thousands of Kenyans evicted from East Africa's largest forest

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Gulf of Guinea: Nations to boost anti-piracy efforts

The largest gathering of African maritime officials ends with promises of cooperation to tackle piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.

Gulf of Guinea: Nations to boost anti-piracy efforts

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West Africa economy: Leaders push for single currency ECO

West African leaders in Ivory Coast have agreed to roll out a single shared currency.

West Africa economy: Leaders push for single currency ECO

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Cases of measles in Africa rise by 700 percent: UN body

World Health Organization says measles cases jump by 700 percent in parts of Africa as access to vaccines difficult.

Cases of measles in Africa rise by 700 percent: UN body

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Mali peacekeeping: UN mission under pressure

West African leaders are looking for solutions to the rise of armed groups.

Mali peacekeeping: UN mission under pressure

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Mali protests: Mourners call on president to resign

Despite the support of 20,000 UN and foreign troops, the president seems unable to bring the country together.

Mali protests: Mourners call on president to resign

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Burkina Faso ex-president offers to return to broker peace deal

Blaise Compaore led successful negotiations with armed groups in the past, but the government has no plans to allow him to return to the country.

Burkina Faso ex-president offers to return to broker peace deal

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Burkina Faso attack: Church attackers still unknown

Burkina Faso is a Muslim-majority country but all of its presidents have so far been Christian.

Burkina Faso attack: Church attackers still unknown