Robin Forestier-Walker

Robin Forestier-Walker

Robin has been reporting for Al Jazeera English from Europe and Central Asia since 2008. He was a Rory Peck Award News finalist for his coverage of the inter-ethnic riots in Kyrgyzstan and has covered the country's political upheaval since the ousting of President Kurmanbek Bakiyev in April 2010. Robin worked for BBC News for six years before going freelance in late 2006. Twitter Robin

Asia

China's Muslim minority seek sanctuary in Kazakhstan

China is closely watching what is happening in Kazakhstan and is concerned about increasing anti-Chinese sentiment.

China's Muslim minority seek sanctuary in Kazakhstan

Asia

Kazakh election: Observers question vote count

Tokayev has won more than 70 percent of the votes cast in a 77 percent turnout, a result he insists is authentic.

Kazakh election: Observers question vote count

Asia

Kazakhstan police and protesters clash after poll

Many protesters say the election did not offer them a real choice.

Kazakhstan police and protesters clash after poll

Asia

Kazakhstan Elections: Vote for new president on Sunday

Kazakhs will vote for the new president for the first time in almost 30 years. Interim President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has been handpicked by former President Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Kazakhstan Elections: Vote for new president on Sunday

Europe

Georgia's wars: Remains of missing people handed over to families

At a ceremony in Tbilisi's Holy Trinity Cathedral, the remains of some of those who went missing during Georgia's past conflicts have finally been returned to their families.

Georgia's wars: Remains of missing people handed over to families

Europe

Georgia's historians fight against censorship of Soviet archives

They accuse the national archive of hiding information about crimes committed when Georgia was part of the erstwhile USSR.

Georgia's historians fight against censorship of Soviet archives

Europe

Hungarians continue protest over 'slave law'

Opposition parties and civil society groups are challenging the government's recent labour law.

Hungarians continue protest over 'slave law'

Europe

Hungarians protest against PM's new so-called 'slave' law

For the first time, Hungarians on both sides of the political spectrum are united in their criticism of Viktor Orban's government.

Hungarians protest against PM's new so-called 'slave' law

Europe

Georgia's ruling party candidate leads in presidential runoff

Early results in Georgia's presidential runoff suggest ruling party-backed candidate Salome Zurabishvili will win.

Georgia's ruling party candidate leads in presidential runoff

Middle East

Saudi Arabia withdraws from Francophone union

The International Organisation of La Francophonie met in Yerevan to discuss the future of the group and its commitment to humanist values.

Saudi Arabia withdraws from Francophone union

Arts & Culture

17th Francophonie summit kicks off in Armenia

The 17th Francophonie Summit has kicked off today in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia.

17th Francophonie summit kicks off in Armenia

World Cup 2018

2018 World Cup final: Croatia on the brink of history

Croatians hope that their success in the 2018 World Cup will inspire not only future world-class players like midfield-lynchpin Luka Modric, but also investment in the nation's football infrastructure.

2018 World Cup final: Croatia on the brink of history