Imran Khan

Imran Khan

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

Middle East

Sudan protesters threaten civil disobedience campaign

One of the senior leaders of the protest movement says the two-day strike was a success but challenges lie ahead.

Sudan protesters threaten civil disobedience campaign

Africa

Sudan strike: Pregnant woman killed at protest

Tensions are high on the streets of Khartoum as protest leaders vow to continue their actions.

Sudan strike: Pregnant woman killed at protest

Middle East

Sudanese protesters strike over civilian rule, challenging army

Two-day nationwide strike in Sudan to pressurise army to pave way for civilian transitional government.

Sudanese protesters strike over civilian rule, challenging army

Middle East

Gaza youth protests: Hamas cracks down on demonstrators

Gaza's We Want to Live protests face a crackdown. Al Jazeera looks at who is clamping down on the demonstrations.

Gaza youth protests: Hamas cracks down on demonstrators

Asia

Kashmiris living near disputed border fear for safety

They feel they are being used as pawns between India and Pakistan, the two nuclear powers.

Kashmiris living near disputed border fear for safety

Pakistan

Kashmir: Uneasy calm by day, 'sheer terror' at night

Women have left a village on the Pakistani side of the Line of Control, while the men stay back to safeguard property and 'show solidarity'.

Kashmir: Uneasy calm by day, 'sheer terror' at night

Syria's War

Russian forces 'open corridors' for Syrian IDPs to return home

Moscow says it has opened two corridors in Syria to give people safe passage out of the Rukban refugee camp.

Russian forces 'open corridors' for Syrian IDPs to return home

Middle East

US troops withdrawal from Syria 'will be gradual' process

The US special envoy for Syria has reassured allies that the withdrawal of American troops from the country will not be abrupt.

US troops withdrawal from Syria 'will be gradual' process

Middle East

Baghdad's 'Green Zone' reopens

Also known as the International Zone, this area will now be open for Iraqis to pass through without checkpoints.

Baghdad's 'Green Zone' reopens

Middle East

Women in Iraq reclaiming roles in society

Activists are hopeful that the opportunities for women are increasing, but say there is no political will concerning female equality.

Women in Iraq reclaiming roles in society

Middle East

Iraq's Dama board game struggles to survive in digital era

The 5,000-year-old board game - easy to learn, but difficult to master - is in danger of being forgotten by the youth.

Iraq's Dama board game struggles to survive in digital era

Middle East

Iraqi tribes under fire over age-old mediation custom

Years of conflicts have left many Iraqi communities flush with guns, contributing to violent tribal mediation methods.

Iraqi tribes under fire over age-old mediation custom