Imtiaz Tyab

Imtiaz Tyab

Imtiaz Tyab is one of Al Jazeera English's correspondents based in Jerusalem. Previously he reported from Pakistan. Imtiaz joined AJE from BBC World television where he was a London-based reporter. Prior to that, he was a Washington, DC correspondent for BBC News and World Service Radio. Imtiaz has reported extensively from around the United Kingdom, as well as from continental Europe, South Asia, the Middle East and Haiti.

Asia

Tashkent holds peace summit on Afghanistan

The two-day conference in Uzbekistan is part of efforts to encourage the Afghan government and the Taliban to engage in peace talks.

Tashkent holds peace summit on Afghanistan

Politics

Leaked documents show Saudi, UAE bid to influence Trump

A Lebanese-American businessman, George Nader, is said to have been working for over a year to win influence in the Republican National Committee.

Leaked documents show Saudi, UAE bid to influence Trump

Myanmar

UN: Myanmar's Rohingya crisis 'bears hallmarks of genocide'

Statement follows the release of images by Amnesty International, which appear to show razed Rohingya villages being cleared to make way for military use, casting doubt on Myanmar's plans to repatriate hundreds of thousands of refugees.

UN: Myanmar's Rohingya crisis 'bears hallmarks of genocide'

Battle for Mosul

Dangerous explosives continue to haunt Iraq's Mosul post-ISIL

The most dangerous job for Iraqi soldiers in Mosul is now identifying and disarming unexploded munitions buried in the rubble of the devastated city.

Dangerous explosives continue to haunt Iraq's Mosul post-ISIL

Rohingya

Myanmar accused of using starvation against Rohingya

UN high commissioner for human rights says Myanmar is now using starvation as a weapon against the Rohingya after months of violent crackdowns.

Myanmar accused of using starvation against Rohingya

Yemen

Deadly air attacks pound Houthi-held Hodayda

Three days of air attacks by the Saudi-led coalition have pounded a rebel-held region in western Yemen, displacing thousands of people already in severe need of humanitarian aid.

Deadly air attacks pound Houthi-held Hodayda

Asia

Afghanistan: Work on Asia gas pipeline begins

The project, known as TAPI, is being described as a new page in regional co-operation.

Afghanistan: Work on Asia gas pipeline begins

Canada

Canada downplays rift with India over Sikh issue

Some Indian politicians have accused members of Trudeau's cabinet of supporting Sikh separatists.

Canada downplays rift with India over Sikh issue

Asia

Thousands pay respects to Pakistan's 'human rights giant'

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has paid tribute to Pakistani right activist and lawyer Asma Jahangir following her death by cardiac arrest, praising her courage in campaigns for justice and equality for all.

Thousands pay respects to Pakistan's 'human rights giant'

Kashmir

Another military camp attacked in Kashmir

A paramilitary camp in Srinagar has been attacked just hours after a two-day attack on another camp in Jammu was ended.

Another military camp attacked in Kashmir

Middle East

Yemen's children pay the price of war

The ongoing conflict in Yemen has taken a devastating toll, particularly on the most vulnerable members of society - children.

Yemen's children pay the price of war

Human Rights

UNHCR: Middle East refugees at risk as winter funds shrink

According to the UNHCR, more than 3.8 million refugees and internally displaced people in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey, Jordan and Egypt need winter assistance.

UNHCR: Middle East refugees at risk as winter funds shrink