As MINUSCA's Network Engineer in the Central African Republic, Fatima Khamis broke through all traditional and cultural barriers achieving success in a field in which women are typically underrepresented.
In India, nationwide protests by farmers against new laws they say will exploit them are intensifying.
But the government insists the changes will transform the country's agricultural sector and attract private investment.
Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports. The U.S. Attorney's Office publicly released evidence on Friday in its case against six men charged in a plot to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Andrew Feathers of CBS Grand Rapids, Michigan, affiliate WWMT reports. A report in The Atlantic magazine claimed in November 2018 Trump canceled a visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery in France over disdain for slain veterans; John Roberts reports. #FoxNews It has been more than a year since New Delhi scrapped Indian-administered Kashmir's special status. Why has the region's history been so hotly disputed - on the ground and in the news media - since India's independence from the United Kingdom more than 70 years ago?
Rahul Pandita - Journalist and author, Our Moon Has Blood Clots
Siddiq Wahid - Senior fellow, Centre for Policy Research India
Nitasha Kaul - Associate professor, University of Westminster
Suhasini Haidar - National and diplomatic affairs editor, The Hindu
Aarti Tikoo Singh - Foreign affairs editor, Indo-Asian News Service
Against all odds: Reporting under Kashmir's communications blackout
What has the revocation of Article 370 - and the security lockdown and communication blackout that followed - meant for Kashmiris and the journalists trying to tell their stories?
Anuradha Bhasin - Executive editor, Kashmir Times
Peerzada Ashiq - Senior journalist, The Hindu
Syed Shahriyar - Photojournalist