Arwa Ibrahim, Al Jazeera English

Arwa Ibrahim

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Past articles by Arwa:

What was Turkey’s failed coup about – and what’s happened since?

The events of July 15, 2016 left a huge effect on Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy – and can still be felt today. → Read More

Shinzo Abe shooting news: Japan shocked after ex-PM dies

The former prime minister was shot during a campaign event in the city of Nara. → Read More

Russia-Ukraine live news: Putin to discuss Ukraine grain supplies

Russian leader tells France, Germany that Moscow is ‘ready’ to allow Ukraine grain exports in lieu of sanctions relief. → Read More

Abu Akleh pallbearer arrested days after Israelis attack funeral

Amro Abu Khudeir’s lawyer said that the interrogation of the man called ‘the coffin protector’ was about the funeral. → Read More

Russia-Ukraine live news: Zelenskyy warns of Donbas attacks

Focus on east as Ukraine says Russia has handed over control of Chernobyl nuclear plant and ‘moved convoys of troops’. → Read More

Israeli Jews dress as Muslims to defy Al-Aqsa prayer ban

Right-wing Jews dress as Muslims to enter the Al-Aqsa compound in hopes of changing the status quo in the site. → Read More

Russia-Ukraine live updates: US accuses Russia of invasion

Washington says it is preparing severe sanctions on Russia after Moscow moves troops into breakaway republics. → Read More

Iraqi militia attack on UAE a ‘message from Iran’

Analysts say drone strikes intended to put UAE on notice for its involvement in Yemen and Israel ties. → Read More

Saudi Arabia reports 5,000-plus COVID cases for first time: Live

European Medicines Agency says spread of Omicron across the continent pushing COVID-19 towards being an endemic disease. → Read More

Writing on the wall: Why Hamdok exit was only a ‘matter of time’

Experts say Sudan’s prime minister found himself lacking in public and political support after deal with military. → Read More

Why thousands of Iraqi Kurds risk their lives to reach Europe

Iraqi Kurds complain of high unemployment, widespread corruption, poor services, and patronage networks. → Read More

Germany to impose lockdown on unvaccinated: Live News

Merkel says unvaccinated to be excluded from non-essential shops and venues, jabs could be mandatory from February. → Read More

Are US-led sanctions worsening Afghanistan’s humanitarian crisis?

Aid groups, experts say international sanctions on the Taliban have led to the collapse of the aid-dependent economy. → Read More

Lebanese army arrests nine after violence rocks Beirut: Live news

President Michel Aoun vows to bring perpetrators to justice, as six killed by gunfire and more than 30 others wounded. → Read More

‘Lucky’ few start downsized Hajj pilgrimage amid restrictions

Only 60,000 vaccinated Saudi citizens and residents between the ages of 18 and 65 started the annual ritual. → Read More

Israel masses forces near Gaza as air strikes continue: Live news

Death toll in Gaza rises to 87, health authorities say, as Israel boosts troops and tanks near the besieged enclave. → Read More

Israeli air strike kills Hamas Gaza City commander: Live news

Israeli army bombs police and security buildings; Gaza authorities say 53 Palestinians killed, including 14 children. → Read More

Gaza tower block collapses after Israeli strike: Live news

Rocket-warning sirens sound in Tel Aviv as Hamas says it launched 130 rockets on Israel in response to strikes on Gaza. → Read More

Pakistani Prime Minister Khan visits Saudi Arabia to reset ties

Imran Khan’s visit to Riyadh will be a significant move to rebuild relations, analysts say. → Read More

British law professor under fire over ‘Islamophobic’ statements

University of Bristol students seek apology and review of a module they say expresses ‘bigoted’ views on Islam. → Read More