Alasdair Soussi, Al Jazeera English

Alasdair Soussi

Al Jazeera English

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Recent articles by Alasdair:

Hundreds of refugees live under threat of eviction in Glasgow

Private contractor Serco reportedly locking asylum seekers out of accommodation in Scottish city, angering campaigners. → Read More

Profile: Farouk El-Baz, the Egyptian behind the Moon landings

Egyptian-born Farouk El-Baz was part of NASA's Apollo 11 ground crew at just 31 years old. → Read More

Scotland: Government tables bill on new referendum rules

Scotland's governing SNP is eyeing a fresh push for statehood within the EU, following European election success. → Read More

Sheku Bayoh: The death of a black man in Scottish police custody

Sheku Bayoh's relatives still searching for answers after black trainee gas engineer died in police custody in Scotland. → Read More

Issue of Europe runs like 'fault line through Conservative Party'

From Thatcher and Major to Cameron and May, Conservative Party has had uneasy relationship with the continent. → Read More

The mixed legacy of Golda Meir, Israel's first female PM

Meir's tenure was marked by racist comments about Palestinians and contentious events on her watch. → Read More

Why the media fails to cover Palestine with accuracy and empathy

A powerful Israeli lobby, reporting fatigue and the fear of being accused of anti-Semitism harms coverage, say experts. → Read More

On the rocks: Can the Scottish whisky industry survive Brexit?

The EU accounts for more than 30 percent of Scotch whisky sales and some distilleries source inputs from member states. → Read More

The view from Scotland: Meet the minority who voted for Brexit

Almost 40 percent in Scotland voted to leave the EU. How would they vote now, if there were a second referendum? → Read More

Abused, harassed, rejected: Glasgow's homeless women

Women who sleep rough have no escape from sexual violence and struggle to deal with basic menstrual hygiene. → Read More

When Scotland hosted an abolitionist after profiting from slavery

Little known stories behind Frederick Douglass' speaking tour in Scotland, a country is now dealing with its dark past. → Read More

1983 Beirut barracks bombing, through the lens of a camera

Lebanese photojournalist, first on the scene, recounts the carnage 35 years on since bombing of US Marines barracks. → Read More

Does Labour have an anti-Semitism problem?

Britons speak out about the anti-Semitism storm that has engulfed the UK's main opposition Labour Party. → Read More

British Muslim women on Boris Johnson's racist 'burka' comments

The former foreign secretary is yet to apologise for saying Muslims wearing the full face veil 'look like letter boxes'. → Read More

Northern Ireland one of 'most restrictive abortion regimes'

Ban, including in cases of rape, incest or fatal foetal abnormality, sees women travel to England for procedure. → Read More

Rana Husseini: The veteran reporter battling 'honour killings'

Journalist working to end violence against women on why she has hope, having spent decades supporting gender equality. → Read More

Voices of the Palestinian diaspora: Nakba is an open wound

70 years on since the inception of Israel, Palestinian members of the diaspora remain committed to historic homeland. → Read More

Israel's walled-in approach to nationhood

Critics say Israel's controversial barriers to keep out 'wild beasts' are counterproductive to its security concerns. → Read More

From Palestine to Fiji, untold flu stories 100 years on

One hundred years after the Spanish Flu outbreak that killed tens of millions, experts recount little known stories. → Read More

Life after the army: Israel's conscientious objectors

Al Jazeera speaks to several men who have quit the army over their moral objections to the occupation. → Read More