Teo Kermeliotis

Teo Kermeliotis

Teo Kermeliotis is an Online Editor with Al Jazeera English.

Africa

Sudan transition: Will protesters and military reach agreement?

With Sudan facing a number of crises, finding a consensus has gained new urgency - but uncertainty remains.

Sudan transition: Will protesters and military reach agreement?

Malaysia

'We have nothing': A life in limbo for Malaysia's Yemeni refugees

Barred from working and accessing education, war-scarred Yemenis face life of fear and uncertainty in Malaysia.

'We have nothing': A life in limbo for Malaysia's Yemeni refugees

Myanmar

From Myanmar jail, Wa Lone pens children's book on exposing truth

Jay Jay the Journalist was written in prison by Wa Lone, one of two Reuters reporters arrested in Myanmar a year ago.

From Myanmar jail, Wa Lone pens children's book on exposing truth

Business & Economy

What Meng Wanzhou's arrest means for US-China conflict

Arrest of top Huawei executive may complicate already fraught US-China ties and have wider effect on global markets.

What Meng Wanzhou's arrest means for US-China conflict

Africa

With a month to key elections, 'difficult times ahead' for DRC

In 30 days, some 40 million people in the DRC are expected to elect a new president after a two-year wait.

With a month to key elections, 'difficult times ahead' for DRC

Europe

Europe's water lobby: Q&A with filmmaker Yorgos Avgeropoulos

Water is the most important issue of our time, and also an issue of democracy, says Avgeropoulos.

Europe's water lobby: Q&A with filmmaker Yorgos Avgeropoulos

Europe

Bridging the divide: Cyprus choir spreads message of peace

For 21 years, the Bi-Communal Choir for Peace has defied threats, insults and bans to promote unity and reconciliation.

Bridging the divide: Cyprus choir spreads message of peace

Cyprus

Inside Kofinou asylum centre, a life of grim uncertainty

Hundreds of asylum seekers from Middle East and Africa are hosted in a remote Cypriot centre where conditions are bleak.

Inside Kofinou asylum centre, a life of grim uncertainty

Cyprus

Cypriot Maronites: Ancient community facing extinction

Displaced by war and endangered by assimilation, the Maronites of Cyprus fear for the future of their community.

Cypriot Maronites: Ancient community facing extinction

Cyprus

Cyprus election: Anastasiades wins presidential race

Officials results show incumbent conservative comfortably ahead of leftist-backed independent rival Stavros Malas.

Cyprus election: Anastasiades wins presidential race

Europe

Cyprus election: Anastasiades faces Malas in runoff

Presidential election pits incumbent conservative Nicos Anastasiades against leftist-backed independent Stavros Malas.

Cyprus election: Anastasiades faces Malas in runoff

Europe

Greek Cypriot election, as seen by Turkish Cypriots

Before runoff, Turkish Cypriot analysts offer views about vote's potential effect on the long-running Cyprus issue.

Greek Cypriot election, as seen by Turkish Cypriots