Stefanie Dekker

Stefanie Dekker

Stefanie joined Al Jazeera English in November 2005. She has travelled extensively for Al Jazeera as International Correspondent, covering and reporting on stories from Angola, Iraq, Egypt, Afghanistan, Gaza, Israel and the United States.

Asia

US-Taliban talks: Informal negotiations resume

Taliban says it is willing to restart peace talks with US, as President Trump tells troops in Afghanistan he thinks group is ready to strike a deal.

US-Taliban talks: Informal negotiations resume

Middle East

Lebanon protests over lack of electricity

Proper power supply, which has been lacking since 1975, is one of the demands of the country's anti-government demonstrators.

Lebanon protests over lack of electricity

Middle East

Lebanon banks remain closed

Banks were supposed to reopen on Tuesday but were kept closed.

Lebanon banks remain closed

Middle East

Is Lebanon on the brink of bankruptcy?

Lebanon is facing an unprecedented economic crisis amid fears the longer the political stalemate lasts, the worse it will be for the economy.

Is Lebanon on the brink of bankruptcy?

Middle East

Lebanon demonstrations: Anger against political elite grows

In Lebanon, protests are continuing for the 10th straight day despite President Michael Aoun's call for talks.

Lebanon demonstrations: Anger against political elite grows

Middle East

Lebanon protests: Large crowds continue to gather in Tripoli

Protesters in Tripoli say government has exploited sectarian divide and worsened country’s debt and economy.

Lebanon protests: Large crowds continue to gather in Tripoli

Middle East

Lebanon protests: Thousands demonstrate for sixth day

The demand of the people in the streets is for the government to go.

Lebanon protests: Thousands demonstrate for sixth day

Middle East

Tunisia: Saied, Karoui head to runoff after close call in polls

Official announcement by country's electoral commission on Tuesday confirmed constitutional law professor Saied won 18.4 percent of vote while Karoui, owner of popular television station Nessma TV, garnered 15.6 percent.

Tunisia: Saied, Karoui head to runoff after close call in polls

Asia

Rohingya crisis: Video of Myanmar forces' crackdown emerges

Mobile phone footage of Myanmar forces' crackdown on Muslim Rohingya in 2016 could be used as evidence in court.

Rohingya crisis: Video of Myanmar forces' crackdown emerges

Rohingya

Poor healthcare, prospects for Rohingya babies in Bangladesh

Few Rohingya babies are taken to Bangladeshi camp clinics and lack birth certificates when born.

Poor healthcare, prospects for Rohingya babies in Bangladesh

Asia

Rohingya refugees hesitant to return to Myanmar

With no guarantee of what will happen when they get there, no one has so far agreed to return.

Rohingya refugees hesitant to return to Myanmar

Africa

Mountain gorillas of Central Africa slowly increase in number

It is a fragile success story. Their status went from 'critically endangered' for years to now 'endangered'.

Mountain gorillas of Central Africa slowly increase in number