Imran Khan

Imran Khan

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

Iraq

Post-ISIL fears loom over Mosul's Old City

Anger at lack of progress to reconstruct Old City of Mosul could give rise to other armed groups after ISIL.

Post-ISIL fears loom over Mosul's Old City

Middle East

Iraq election: Hope amid frustration for Mosul residents

Iraq estimates it needs $88bn to rebuild areas destroyed in the fight against ISIL, as residents in Mosul fear that if they 'don't have basic infrastructure and jobs, then that's the perfect recipe for terrorism to return'.

Iraq election: Hope amid frustration for Mosul residents

Middle East

Iraq elections: Kurdish divisions create concerns

In northern Iraq, there are disagreements among the Kurds on how to engage with the federal government in Baghdad.

Iraq elections: Kurdish divisions create concerns

Middle East

Iraq corruption watchdog: $320bn stolen over 15 years

Will the new prime minister be able to tackle corruption and make a fresh start?

Iraq corruption watchdog: $320bn stolen over 15 years

Middle East

Poverty in Iraq among major issues in election campaigns

Iraq's politicians maintain optimism, but with poverty increasing and suspicions of government rampant, many Iraqi voters are sceptical about the upcoming general election creating any real change.

Poverty in Iraq among major issues in election campaigns

Iraq

Church bells to ring once more this Easter in Iraq

Christian community comes together in the Ninevah plains in defiance and celebration of the first post-ISIL Easter.

Church bells to ring once more this Easter in Iraq

Sinai Peninsula

Amnesty: Egypt army using banned cluster bombs in Sinai

Analysis of video circulated by the Egyptian military shows cluster bombs that Amnesty says only the army could have used.

Amnesty: Egypt army using banned cluster bombs in Sinai

Environment

Norway to upgrade the 'Doomsday Vault'

The global seed vault is 10 years old, and Norway is promising to spend millions upgrading it.

Norway to upgrade the 'Doomsday Vault'

Middle East

Palestinian children speak of beatings in Israeli detention

Fawzi al-Junaidi, the 16-year-old Palestinian boy whose arrest while blindfolded by a group of Israeli soldiers in occupied Hebron was captured in a photo that went viral, has spoken to Al Jazeera about his detention.

Palestinian children speak of beatings in Israeli detention

Palestine

Palestinian killed in Israeli raid buried

Khaled Tayeh was shot in the chest during an Israeli raid on Wednesday night; he was not the person they were searching for. A huge crowd of mourners has gathered to bury him.

Palestinian killed in Israeli raid buried

Gaza

Gaza faces 'unprecedented' humanitarian crisis

Gaza Palestinian economic experts are warning that even if international help is given immediately to the besieged area, a humanitarian disaster might be unavoidable.

Gaza faces 'unprecedented' humanitarian crisis

UNRWA

Thousands protest against planned UNRWA aid cuts

Some 13,000 people have protested against the looming budget cuts to the UNRWA budget that could spell catastrophe for millions.

Thousands protest against planned UNRWA aid cuts