Azhar Al-Rubaie has worked as a journalist in Iraq since 2014. In 2018 he did a series of articles in many topics, including Politics, health, society, wars, militias ,human rights and LGBTQ rights. His is featured in the Arab Weekly, VICE news, Al-Jazeera, DW, Raseef 22, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, The National, Middle East Eye, Lorientlejour, Asia Times, and many others.
The photo gallery talks about rebuilding of Mosul, for Aljazeera Chinese. I and Sebastian Castelier reported from Mosul.
伊拉克摩蘇爾兒童失學或被ISIS招募 伊斯蘭國在伊拉克被剿滅近一年後，將近350萬名青少年被剝奪基礎教育。父母擔心易子女受到極端分子的灌輸 Iraqi Mosul children are out of school or recruited by ISIS nearly 3.5 million young people were deprived of basic education.
Mosul residents left to rebuild destroyed homes A year after the fall of ISIL, civilians rue lack of support after their homes were heavily damaged or destroyed. I and Sebastian, reported from Mosul.
Outrage in Iraq over murder of prominent female activist Mother of four Soad Al Ali was a leader in campaign for human rights in Basra
Iraq: Abadi dismisses head of Basra's military over death of protesters Hospitals low on medical supplies receive thousands of patients on a daily basis
Suspect arrested in murder of Iraqi social media influencer Close friends of Tara Fares say her online presence led to her death
Diwaniyah, Iraq - Iraq has seen a sharp increase in sectarian and ethnic tensions in the last decade, prompting Sajad Saadi Salman to use his computer skills to do something to help ease them.
Basra, Iraq - Iraqis have joined the influx of migrants and refugees into Europe in the past two years and some of those were journalists back home.