Kaamil Ahmed, The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN)

Kaamil Ahmed

The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN)

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Kaamil:

‘Telling our own stories’: Rohingya lives, through a camera lens

Daily joys, growing hardships: Emerging Rohingya photographers are documenting their refugee community’s stories, one snapshot at a time. → Read More

Far-right US group Boogaloo Bois member admits plans to work with Hamas

Palestinian movement Hamas has denied links to US militia members who call themselves 'Boojahideen' → Read More

Sudan marchers demand justice on protest movement anniversary

Military and civilian leaders of transitional government are focus of anger at lack of progress since overthrow of Bashir → Read More

With no formal justice system, crimes go unpunished in Rohingya camps

No courts, no justice: Women and girls are left behind by a patchwork system focused on mediation rather than prosecution. → Read More

Egypt arrests editor-in-chief of prominent independent news site

Lina Attalah's arrest marks the latest setback for Mada Masr, described as Egypt's 'last bastion of free press' → Read More

Five-year-old among people killed in Tripoli bombing

The UN-backed government says Khalifa Haftar's forces were behind attack that killed seven in shelter for displaced people → Read More

Cash ban stokes worry among Rohingya volunteers

Bangladesh has ordered an end to refugee cash-for-work programmes. Some say it’s a sign of growing government pressure on both refugees and aid groups. → Read More

Stay or go: For Rohingya refugees, a divisive debate over island camp plans

Faced with growing frustrations and narrowing options, some Rohingya are reconsidering relocation to disaster-prone Bhasan Char. → Read More

Rohingya women, girls being trafficked to Malaysia for marriage

Al Jazeera reveals how refugees in Bangladesh camps are vulnerable to proposals from single Rohingya men in Malaysia. → Read More

Hamas cracks down on protests over Gaza living conditions

Palestinians in Gaza have protested for three days against poor living conditions → Read More

Journalists Reporting on the Environment Faced Increased Dangers in 2018

Even as environmental journalism becomes increasingly important in the face of destructive business and political interests and practices, the inherent safety risks remain. Convincing both the public and editors of the value of environmental journalism has become a key issue. Much of the burden has fallen on the shoulders of freelance reporters. → Read More

Mohamed Salah's cryptic tweet: What's he talking about?

Egyptian star tweets about 'change' after dispute with Egyptian Football Association → Read More

Rohingya camps run out of time as Bangladesh storm season arrives

Despite weeks of preparations, officials and residents are bracing for the likelihood that winds and rain will cut off aid access and destroy shelters → Read More

Nine months on, a race against time to find pregnant Rohingya rape survivors

Workers in Bangladesh’s refugee camps are looking for women and girls who are expecting. But many are ashamed, and don’t want to be found → Read More

Caring for the chronically ill in Bangladesh’s Rohingya camps

Palliative care is not part of most humanitarian responses. One group is trying to change that – in the middle of the Rohingya refugee crisis → Read More

Gaza City Residents’ Water Problems Worsen

Today 80 percent of Gaza's Mediterranean Sea coastline is thought to be polluted and families who used to rely on it for livelihoods and leisure now fear its waters. → Read More

Gaza's Growing Water Pollution Crisis

Israel's blockade of the small Palestinian enclave combined with internal governmental disputes has exacerbated the issue to critical levels. → Read More

Rohingya who fled Myanmar a second time are certain: "We can’t go back"

The idea of returning to Bangladesh is a case of once bitten, twice shy for some Rohingya refugees → Read More

Bangladesh's Forests: A Point of Tension and Connection Between Incoming Rohingya and Locals

As hundreds of thousands of Myanmar muslims seek safety in the country, they have little choice but to overburden the jungles on which their livelihoods depend. → Read More

Bangladeshi forests stripped bare as Rohingya refugees battle to survive

A majority of the 650,000 refugees have come into Bangladesh since August 2017. Forest cover has taken a major hit → Read More