Mersiha Gadzo, Al Jazeera English

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Recent articles by Mersiha:

Protesters call for action to prevent Bosnia sliding into war

Rallies held in 14 countries over fears that Bosnian Serb moves towards secession could trigger conflict. → Read More

World rings in 2022 under COVID shadow: Live news

Many large parties and fireworks displays cancelled or scaled down due to rise in COVID infections across the world. → Read More

Israeli academic denounced for report denying Srebrenica genocide

Germany is reconsidering whether to award Gideon Greif after his views on the Srebrenica massacre became known. → Read More

Explosion heard near Kabul airport amid attack warnings

US forces fly out last evacuees from the Afghan capital amid warnings of a ‘specific, credible threat’ at the airport. → Read More

Israeli air raid flattens Gaza building housing Al Jazeera: Live

Protests in occupied West Bank and around world as number of people killed by Israeli bombardment on Gaza reaches 145. → Read More

Palestinians in Gaza mourn loved ones killed in Israeli air raids

Gaza health authorities say death toll rises to 103, including 27 children, as Palestinians hold funerals for the dead. → Read More

Muslim women are reviving tradition of public Quran recitation

#FemaleReciters movement aims to revive the sacred practice of female public Quran recitation in the West. → Read More

Disputed memo on partitioning Bosnia sparks fears of violence

The document in question, which suggests redrawing borders along ethnic lines, has allegedly reached the EU. → Read More

Two masks are better than one in fight against COVID: US CDC

US researchers at the CDC recommend double-masking for maximum protection against airborne particles. → Read More

Left out by EU, Balkan nations turn to Russia, China for vaccine

As coronavirus cases rise in the region, several countries are yet to begin vaccinations. → Read More

WHO says ‘too early to ease’ virus curbs in Europe

Poland eases restrictions; EU-AstraZeneca dispute over jab deliveries continues; Scotland starts manufacturing its vaccine. → Read More

Canada protesters renew push to end arms exports to Saudi Arabia

UN group of experts recently accused Canada of ‘perpetuating the conflict’ in Yemen by selling weapons to Riyadh. → Read More

Meet Doug Emhoff, the first ‘Second Gentleman’ in US history

Doug Emhoff joins his wife, Vice President Kamala Harris, in breaking stereotypes. → Read More

Republicans emerge to back Trump impeachment: Live updates

Senior House Republican Liz Cheney among three who say they will back Democrat impeachment move. → Read More

Debate over Trump’s future grows with impeachment calls: Live

Democrats say articles of impeachment could be taken against Trump as soon as next week. → Read More

‘May God give us patience’: Palestinians mourn child killed

Ali Abu Alia is the fifth Palestinian minor from West Bank killed by Israeli forces with live ammunition this year. → Read More

Bosnia: 25 years since Dayton Accords, divisive politics live on

Bosnia’s Serb-run entity Republika Srpska could ‘very possibly attempt to secede’ sometime in the future, analysts say. → Read More

France to more than double number of soldiers deployed: Live

French president says thousands more soldiers will protect key sites after three people were killed at a church in Nice. → Read More

Canada: Murder raises fresh concerns about far-right violence

The brazen killing of a Toronto-area mosque caretaker points to rise of far-right groups in Canada, experts say. → Read More

Armenia-Azerbaijan clashes: Live news

Al Jazeera’s live coverage of the latest military escalation in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. → Read More