Imran Khan

Imran Khan is a roving correspondent based out of Doha, covering the Middle East and South Asia.

Middle East

France seeks to resolve Gulf political crisis

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian is visiting Gulf Arab countries in a bid to find a solution to the region's political crisis that has fueled a land, air and sea blockade against Qatar.

Middle East

French FM lends support in the Gulf crisis

Qatar has welcomed the French top diplomat, Jean-Yves Le Drian, as talks over the ongoing Gulf crisis continue.

Latin America

At least 28 inmates killed in Mexico’s Acapulco prison riot

Distraught families in the Mexican city of Acapulco have been waiting to identify the bodies of their relatives. At least 28 people were killed in a prison riot. Former inmates say the jail was a time-bomb. Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan reports.

Middle East

Egypt: Coptic Christians killed in Minya bus attack

Children among bus passengers targeted while going to a monastery in Minya province, prompting search for the attackers.

Middle East

Tunisia: Protests erupt after fruit seller sets himself on fire

Riot police in Tunisia confronted protesters who took to the streets after a fruit seller set himself on fire when police stopped him from working.

Middle East

Emirates airline profits down 82.5% on last year

The Dubai-based airline Emirates has reported a drop in profits of 82.5 percent. It says fierce competition, the threat of terror attacks, Brexit and US travel restrictions are behind its first fall in profits for five years.

Middle East

Iran presidential hopefuls face off in second election debate

The six candidates vying to be the next president of Iran faced off on Friday in a second election debate. Iranians are set to head to the polls in just under two weeks. Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan explains.

Middle East

Palestine Music Expo aims for international attention

The Palestinian music scene is small, and mostly centred around the city of Ramallah. But a group of young Palestinians want to change that, and bring their sounds to the attention of an international audience.

Middle East

Israeli scrap cars sold illegally in West Bank

Palestinian police estimate that there are around 80,000 illegal vehicles in the occupied West Bank that should be in Israel's scrapyards.

Middle East

Israel accused of blocking aid workers from entering Gaza

Israel is stopping aid workers entering or leaving Gaza, Human Rights Watch said. The group is calling on Israel to give Palestinian and foreign human rights workers access to Gaza.


Palestine: Political rivalry results in refugee camp violence

The Palestinian Authority is trying to clear gunmen linked to its political rivals from the largest refugee camp in the West Bank. Raids by both the PA and Israeli forces have sparked gun battles in recent weeks.

Middle East

Israel approves new settlement, violates international law

Israel has approved an entirely new settlement deep in the occupied West Bank. This move has drawn condemnation from the UN and Palestinians who say it violates international law. Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan reports from the occupied West Bank.