Raheela Mahomed

Raheela Mahomed

United Kingdom

UK MPs want to hold social media firms accountable for content

British MPs seek social media firms' accountability for published content.

UK MPs want to hold social media firms accountable for content

Middle East

How artists in Doha are drawing inspiration from Russia

Artists in Doha are drawing inspiration from Russian art, exploring designs inspired by science and technology.

How artists in Doha are drawing inspiration from Russia

Latin America

Venezuela shuts down Internet amid protests

Thousands of Venezuelans across the globe have started a movement with the hopes of getting heard by their government.

Venezuela shuts down Internet amid protests

United States

#ShutdownStories: 'Millions of Americans may go hungry'

The longest government shutdown in US history hurts the livelihoods of many workers and poor people across the country.

#ShutdownStories: 'Millions of Americans may go hungry'

Middle East

Sister of jailed Saudi activist pleads for Pompeo's help

She says her sister has spent months in prison being beaten, waterboarded, given electric shocks and threatened with rape.

Sister of jailed Saudi activist pleads for Pompeo's help

US & Canada

Saudi Arabia: Global pressure calling for end to arms sales

US lawmakers propose bill that also calls for end to military co-operation after Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing and over war in Yemen.

Saudi Arabia: Global pressure calling for end to arms sales

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's new information era

Rights groups are demanding a review of outdated laws on information transparency.

Zimbabwe's new information era

Asia

Bangladesh shuts down mobile internet in protest crackdown

Students in Bangladesh say they wanted a peaceful protest, but rubber bullets and tear gas have ended that.

Bangladesh shuts down mobile internet in protest crackdown

Mexico

Mexico's elections and the problem with fake news

Fake news, fake polls and fake voting instructions - misinformation abounds in Mexico's upcoming election and verification programmes are struggling to keep up.

Mexico's elections and the problem with fake news

Latin America

Mexico's election marred by deadly violence

May was the deadliest month recorded in Mexico, since the government began releasing homicide data.

Mexico's election marred by deadly violence

Human Rights

Uganda's women say enough is enough

Women in Uganda protest after series of murders and kidnappings, accusing police of not dealing with cases effectively.

Uganda's women say enough is enough

Middle East

Saudi Arabia to open first public cinema in 35 years

Hollywood blockbuster action film Black Panther is the first movie to be screened in the capital Riyadh.

Saudi Arabia to open first public cinema in 35 years