Shereena Qazi, Al Jazeera English

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Al Jazeera English

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Past articles by Shereena:

‘Alarming pattern’: Second Afghan journalist killed in a week

Elyas Dayee, a radio journalist, killed in a blast in Helmand days after another journalist was killed in Kabul. → Read More

Tensions persist despite Nagorno-Karabakh peace deal: Live news

Agreement sparks outrage in Armenia, with angry protesters storming government headquarters in Yerevan. → Read More

Joe Biden has won US election, AP projects: Live news

The AP called Pennsylvania for Biden, putting him over the 270 electoral vote threshold needed to win presidency. → Read More

Trump or Biden? Americans cast their votes: Live news

Over 100 million Americans voted early, and now it falls to election day voters to finish the job. → Read More

As violence flares in south Afghanistan, key questions answered

Days of fighting in Helmand prompt mass displacement and raise doubts about prospects for peace despite ongoing talks. → Read More

In Pictures: Historic intra-Afghan talks formally launch in Qatar

A ceremony to launch talks aimed at ending 19 years of war took place in Doha on Saturday after months of delays. → Read More

Qatar to host long-awaited intra-Afghan talks from Saturday

The development comes as a final hurdle to the start of the talks - fate of six Taliban prisoners - have been resolved. → Read More

Families mourn as Myanmar jade mine disaster kills more than 170

Rescue operations continue for a fourth day in the country's worst ever jade mine landslide, as more bodies are buried. → Read More

Taliban talks in sight as Afghan political rivals end feud

President Ghani signs deal with his rival Abdullah, who will head peace talks with the Taliban amid surge in violence. → Read More

'Heroic' mother breastfeeds orphaned babies after Kabul attack

Gunmen killed 24 women, children and babies at a maternity hospital in the Afghan capital, leaving the world in shock. → Read More

Sri Lanka: Muslims face extra threat as coronavirus stirs hate

Sri Lanka makes cremations compulsory for COVID-19 victims, but Muslims and activists urge authorities to allow burials. → Read More

US-Taliban deal raises hopes for Afghan prisoners

Al Jazeera spoke to some of the inmates whose names are on the list of Taliban prisoners slated to be released. → Read More

'Hard to trust': Afghans sceptical of US-Taliban agreement

As the US and the Taliban reach an agreement, questions loom over fate of women's rights in Afghanistan. → Read More

US, Taliban set to sign deal to end war in Afghanistan

The deal will set the stage for a US troop withdrawal and usher in intra-Afghan talks to decide the country's future. → Read More

Why 2019 was Afghanistan's best and worst year since US invasion

While the country came closest ever to peace in its 18 years of war, this year also saw unprecedented violence. → Read More

Panipat irks Afghans over founding father's portrayal

Afghans are concerned over 'misrepresentation' of Ahmad Shah Abdali, the founder of modern Afghanistan, in the new film. → Read More

Polls open in Afghan presidential election

About 9.5 million Afghans are registered to vote in key presidential poll amid threats of violence from Taliban group. → Read More

Afghans seek justice for men killed 'in cold blood' by spy agency

President Ghani orders inquiry into killing of 4 brothers in Nangarhar province by CIA-funded intelligence agency. → Read More

Brother of Afghan Taliban leader killed in Pakistan mosque blast

Two Taliban sources confirm Haibatullah Akhunzada's sibling was killed in bomb explosion during Friday prayers. → Read More

Afghan peace talks: Rival sides agree on 'roadmap for peace'

Afghan leaders and the Taliban call to reduce civilian casualties to "zero" in a joint statement after talks in Doha. → Read More