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.

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

West Bank students face uncertain future with demolition threat

A community school in the village of Khan al-Ahmar was due to be bulldozed for Israeli settlement, but the demolition has been postponed.

West Bank students face uncertain future with demolition threat

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Israel demands end to flaming kites amid reports of ceasefire

Israel reportedly accepted ceasefire deal with Hamas after violent air raids, saying protesters' flaming kites that have burned Israeli land must be stopped.

Israel demands end to flaming kites amid reports of ceasefire

Middle East

Battle for Hudaida could make Yemen's humanitarian crisis worse

if Saudi-led coalition takes the vital port of Hudaida, food imports for 70 percent of the population may be at risk.

Battle for Hudaida could make Yemen's humanitarian crisis worse

Latin America

Nicaragua: 24-hour strike did not halt the protests

At least seven people have died in renewed fighting between protesters and security forces in Nicaragua.

Nicaragua: 24-hour strike did not halt the protests

Yemen

The war in Yemen: UN warns 250,000 could die in Hudaida

Fighting nearby is threatening to close the port, a lifeline for many.

The war in Yemen: UN warns 250,000 could die in Hudaida

Asia

Rohingya refugees' struggles fail to break Ramadan spirit

Despite the poor living conditions, many refugees who fled Myanmar's violent crackdown are grateful for their safety.

Rohingya refugees' struggles fail to break Ramadan spirit

Middle East

Nakba 70 years on: Refugees remember lost homeland

Palestinian tells Al Jazeera 'all refugees in Gaza feel the occupation standing on your chest', as they get ready to commemorate the day when tens of thousands were expelled from their homes in 1948.

Nakba 70 years on: Refugees remember lost homeland

Middle East

Gaza love story: When Hadeel met Mo'ath

How two volunteer medics met and fell in love while treating injured Palestinians during the weekly protests along Israel's fence with Gaza.

Gaza love story: When Hadeel met Mo'ath

Africa

'Gaza is almost dead': Palestinians frustrated with their leaders

Palestinians living under siege in Gaza speak to Al Jazeera about their frustration and anger with their leaders who 'do nothing' and only 'care about their own power'.

'Gaza is almost dead': Palestinians frustrated with their leaders

US & Canada

US anti-gun youth movement gaining strength

A growing number of young people in the US are coming together to speak out against lax gun laws.

US anti-gun youth movement gaining strength

Syrian Refugees

Haneen: Exhibition of Syrian children's longings in war

Artists have come together to visualise poetry written by child refugees, giving form to the impact that the war has had on their young lives.

Haneen: Exhibition of Syrian children's longings in war

Middle East

Turkey's Afrin offensive enters second week

The Turkish offensive in the Kurdish-held border town of Afrin has entered its second week.

Turkey's Afrin offensive enters second week