Falconry is an centuries-old tradition in the Gulf — but one man is adapting the sport with modern technology. Jon Jensen reports.
Inside a military drone market
CNN’s Jon Jensen visits UMEX 2016, the unmanned expo in Abu Dhabi, where all sorts of military-grade unmanned vehicle you can imagine, whether it’s for air, land or sea, are under the same roof.
Job losses in UAE’s oil sector
CNN’s Jon Jensen talks to one family who is suffering financial loss as the oil industry takes a hit in the UAE.
Would you eat a 1,000 year old egg?
On the streets of Shanghai, it’s a delicacy
Nepal hiker: ‘I felt like I was going to die’
Hikers tell CNN about their decision to make a dangerous six-hour trek for help after a massive earthquake strikes Nepal. CNN’s Jon Jensen reports. First aired on CNN International on April 29, 2015.
Fire flames scorch Dubai’s iconic Torch tower
A massive fire that lit up a Dubai skyscraper is out, but officials say they don’t know how it started. CNN’s Jon Jensen reports.
This is what it’s like to report from Gaza
CNN’s Jon Jensen reflects on a recent assignment to cover the conflict in Gaza between Israel and Hamas.
Comedian breaks down barriers
CNN’s Jon Jensen meets Maysoon Zayid, a Palestinian-American comedian who inspires young disabled children in the West Bank.
Bedouins thrive in ‘God-like’ desert
Inside the Middle East explores Wadi Rum, a stunning expanse of windswept valleys and gorges made famous 100 years ago by the visit – and subsequent writings – of British army officer T.E. Lawrence. Reported and produced by Jon Jensen in Wadi Rum, Jordan. First aired on CNN International on May 8, 2014. Don’t miss Part … Read More
Capturing the beauty of Wadi Rum
CNN’s Jon Jensen and Alasdair Skene were faced with the daunting task of how to capture the beauty of Jordan’s Wadi Rum. First aired on CNN International on May 6, 2014.
Inside the World’s Largest Mall
Take a rare, behind-the-scenes tour of the Dubai Mall, the largest shopping center on the planet. With 75 million visitors each year, maintaining this city within a city is no easy task.
Cleaning the world’s tallest building
Migrant workers are responsible for cleaning the 24,000 panes of glass that cover the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. CNN’s Jon Jensen looks at what it takes to keep the building in top condition.