Hamza Mohamed, Al Jazeera English

Hamza Mohamed

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Past articles by Hamza:

Can the African Union solve Ethiopia’s year-long conflict?

Analysts stress bloc’s importance in defusing deteriorating situation but warn it is in tight spot and must act quickly. → Read More

What next for Uganda’s opposition after Museveni’s disputed win?

Opposition leaders reject election results as longtime President Museveni says government will not tolerate ‘riots’. → Read More

Ethiopia capturing Tigray capital may not end conflict: Analysts

As federal forces encircle Makelle and TPLF remains defiant, analysts fear capture of the city may not end the crisis. → Read More

For weeks, Malians protested for change. Then a coup happened

Mali enters 'phase of uncertainties' as regional bloc imposes blockade and coup leaders promise transition to elections. → Read More

Meet Muwado, the eight-year-old girl making Somalia laugh

The comedy sketches of Mogadishu's young TikTok and YouTube star have generated millions of views in just a few months. → Read More

Obituary: Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza

Pierre Nkurunziza, who ruled the Central African country for 15 years, died of a heart attack, the government said. → Read More

Burundi election results: What next?

Opposition party claims it won the poll but election board says their candidate garnered 20 percent of the vote. → Read More

Guinea to hold contested polls boycotted by opposition

Opposition groups accuse President Alpha Conde of planning to amend constitution and run for third term. → Read More

In Pictures: How Qatar is coping with the coronavirus pandemic

With more than 400 confirmed cases, Qatar has implemented a series of measures to help contain the outbreak. → Read More

US air strike in Somalia killed civilians: MP

US military says Monday's air raid in Somalia killed 'five terrorists', a claim denied by relatives and a legislator. → Read More

30 years since Mandela was freed, where does South Africa stand?

Three decades after anti-apartheid leader was released from prison, how has life change for ordinary South Africans? → Read More

Meet Somalia's trailblazing female camel trader

Zamzam Yusuf, a grandmother of 29, is breaking barriers by entering the once men-only camel trading industry in Somalia. → Read More

'Somalis lost a great man': Remembering Mogadishu's slain mayor

Friends and colleagues pay homage to mayor of Somali capital who succumbed to wounds after suicide blast in his office. → Read More

Huge rallies in Sudan as protesters vow to 'protect revolution'

Tens of thousands of people join huge demonstrations in Khartoum demanding an end to military rule. → Read More

The Sudanese librarian who provides books to protesters

An open-air library set up by Abdirahman Moalim at the sit-in site in Khartoum has become a hit with protesters. → Read More

Sudan's women protesters leading the pro-democracy movement

Female activists call for a 'new Sudan' as demonstrators at Khartoum sit-in keep up pressure on ruling military council. → Read More

Rwanda prepares for week-long commemoration of 1994 genocide

Twenty-five years on, Rwanda keeps alive the memory of more than 800,000 people killed during 100 days of Hutu violence. → Read More

Travellers show confidence in Ethiopian Airlines: Tour operators

Ethiopians continue to take pride in national carrier due to swift response after crash, tour operators say. → Read More

Ethiopian Airlines crash: France to analyse Boeing's black boxes

Flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder from crashed Boeing 737 MAX 8 sent to Paris for detailed analysis. → Read More

'Life won't be same': In Ethiopia, deep grief for crash victims

Families and friends of those who perished in devastating plane crash struggle to cope with loss of loved ones. → Read More