Sorin Furcoi

Sorin Furcoi

Sorin Furcoi is an online producer and photo editor with Al Jazeera English. Some of the interesting locations he has photographed include the Pacific Northwest in the USA, Romania, Central Africa and the GCC.

Qatar

Qatar's 'cool pavement' project aims to reduce road temperatures

The material is being tested on a 200-metre stretch of road near Souq Waqif, a popular tourist destination.

Qatar's 'cool pavement' project aims to reduce road temperatures

Afghanistan

'Resilience': Afghan wrestling club reopens after suicide attack

The wrestling club in Kabul reopened a few months after an ISIL attack that killed at least 20 people.

'Resilience': Afghan wrestling club reopens after suicide attack

Education

'This is how we'll change the country' - inside Kabul's book bus

Organisers of Kabul's mobile library want to encourage critical thinking and introspection among Afghan children.

'This is how we'll change the country' - inside Kabul's book bus

Lebanon

Meet one of Lebanon's smallest Syrian refugee communities

Some 42 Syrian refugees in Mount Lebanon's snowy terrain await winter's end without access to aid.

Meet one of Lebanon's smallest Syrian refugee communities

Qatar

With love and petals, Qatar welcomes its triumphant footballers

The national team's return was marked by wild celebrations in the capital, Doha, for the second night running.

With love and petals, Qatar welcomes its triumphant footballers

Middle East

'We hardly ever leave': Life in Lebanon's border town of Arsal

Like thousands of other Syrian refugees, Ahmed Bareesh's family endures hardships in Arsal, once an ISIL stronghold.

'We hardly ever leave': Life in Lebanon's border town of Arsal

Syrian Refugees

Lebanon's Syrian refugee camps battered by winter storms

Harsh winter weather creates havoc across Lebanon's Syrian refugee camps as more rain and snowfall is expected.

Lebanon's Syrian refugee camps battered by winter storms

Asia

'Myanmar wants to drive out all Muslims': Q&A with Kyaw Hla Aung

Leading lawyer speaks to Al Jazeera on plans for repatriation of Rohingya refugees and anti-Muslim sentiment in Myanmar.

'Myanmar wants to drive out all Muslims': Q&A with Kyaw Hla Aung

Rohingya

One year on: Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

Since August 25, 2017, some 700,000 people crossed the border to escape a fierce crackdown by Myanmar's army.

One year on: Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

Education

CAR: 'To live and study in Bangui is a type of torture'

Years of conflict have devastated CAR's educational facilities, severely impacting prospects for the country's youth.

CAR: 'To live and study in Bangui is a type of torture'

Qatar

Qatar National Day 'meaningful and symbolic' amid siege

Thousands of locals and expats gather to watch special events, including aerial displays and a military parade.

Qatar National Day 'meaningful and symbolic' amid siege

Central African Republic

Displaced and without their cows: the Fulani in CAR

Thousands of cattle farmers forced into displaced persons camps in Central Africa Republic as crisis deepens in country.

Displaced and without their cows: the Fulani in CAR