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.

Coronavirus pandemic

Qatar's birdlife thriving amid coronavirus restrictions

Lockdown and movement restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic are having a positive effect on Qatar's wildlife.

Qatar's birdlife thriving amid coronavirus restrictions

Middle East

Yemen war: Families protest over missing relatives

Families of missing people in Yemen find themselves in an endless nightmare where their loved ones have been forcibly disappeared by Saudi-UAE-backed forces.

Yemen war: Families protest over missing relatives

Coronavirus pandemic

Global fund-raising drive to raise $8.2bn for coronavirus vaccine

Global alliance expected pledge billions in online summit to combat COVID-19.

Global fund-raising drive to raise $8.2bn for coronavirus vaccine

Gaza

'People just need opportunity': Innovation in blockaded Gaza

The people of Gaza are coming up with innovative solutions to problems imposed by the nearly 13-year blockade.

'People just need opportunity': Innovation in blockaded Gaza

Middle East

Dugong discovery: Large population found off Qatar

Scientists say much more needs to be done to protect mammals’ habitat.

Dugong discovery: Large population found off Qatar

Middle East

Israeli blockade sours revenue for Gaza strawberry farmers

Israeli blockade presents challenges in transporting Gaza strawberries to consumers in the occupied West Bank.

Israeli blockade sours revenue for Gaza strawberry farmers

Middle East

Gaza residents call for solutions amid blockade

Israel has stopped the delivery of cement into the Gaza Strip and put 500 business permits on hold, adding to the plight of 13 years of blockade.

Gaza residents call for solutions amid blockade

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