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Yasmine Salam

Yasmine Salam is an associate producer with the NBC News Investigative Unit. Previously she worked in the London Bureau, covering international stories.

Yasmine Salam is an associate producer with the NBC News Investigative Unit. Previously she worked in the London Bureau, covering international stories.


Latest from Yasmine Salam

Palestinian doctor flees hospital stormed by IDF only to go back to work in overcrowded Rafah

Israeli soldiers stormed Nasser Hospital overnight, forcing patients and staff to evacuate the last major functional medical facility in southern Gaza.

Palestinians fear time is running out in 'last stop' Rafah as Israel orders evacuation ahead of ground assault

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered his military to prepare for civilian evacuations from Rafah ahead of an impending ground assault on the Gaza city.

Palestinians bury dozens in a Gaza mass grave after Israel hands back their bodies

Palestinians documented, buried and searched through bags of bodies in the hopes of finding missing loved ones after Israel handed over corpses in southern Gaza this week.

A group of Palestinian men waving a white flag is shot at, killing 1

The five men, fear etched on their faces, lift their hands in the air as they try to walk down a desolate and relatively quiet street in southern Gaza.

Israel says troops searched a Gaza cemetery for dead hostages

Israeli troops damaged a cemetery in Gaza in what the country’s military indicated was part of a search for hostages who were kidnapped by Hamas.

In Gaza’s collapsing health system, deaths are slow, painful and often preventable

Gaza's hospitals are on the brink of collapsing, and people are dying preventable deaths from simple injuries and chronic diseases

Journalism groups and family reject Israeli accusation that Gazan reporters killed were ‘terrorists’

Family members, press freedom groups and Palestinian journalists have angrily rejected the Israeli military’s allegation that two reporters killed in an Israeli strike last weekend were “terrorists.”

A Palestinian journalist loses another son in an Israeli strike, but vows to keep reporting

Al Jazeera journalist in Gaza Wael Dahdouh's son Hamza was killed in an Israeli strike near Rafah amid the Israel-Hamas war.

Palestinian support for ‘armed struggle’ is rising as Gaza death estimate tops 20,000

As the death toll in Gaza reached an estimated 20,000 on Thursday, a poll released last week by a leading Palestinian research firm offered a window into how Palestinians in Gaza and the occupied West Bank view the war.

Hunger, thirst and chaos in southern Gaza as hostilities drive humanitarian aid to the brink of collapse

Difficulties in delivering aid due to the intensity of hostilities in southern Gaza has led to a dire food and water shortage, leading to desperation and chaos