Osama Bin Javaid

Osama Bin Javaid

Osama Bin Javaid is a broadcast journalist based out of Doha. He's worked extensively on South Asia, specially in Pakistan and Afghanistan. He has reported on global security, war on terror and other issues related to South Asia and Middle East.

Europe

Rise of the right: Italy's Lega party woos EU voters

With 751 representatives from 28 countries, the European Parliament is considered to be the human face of the EU.

Rise of the right: Italy's Lega party woos EU voters

Middle East

Iran sanctions explained

The US has imposed sanctions on Iran, which relies on oil and gas for 80% of its exports. How will this impact the Iranian economy?

Iran sanctions explained

Middle East

Saudi Arabia reveals oil-related secrets to lure investors

Data released to potential investors by Saudi Aramco is raising questions about the size of Saudi oil reserves.

Saudi Arabia reveals oil-related secrets to lure investors

Middle East

Yemen's warring sides fail to release prisoners

Thousands of Yemenis have been detained without cause, and some are forcibly disappeared without a trace.

Yemen's warring sides fail to release prisoners

Middle East

19 million Yemeni children suffer malnutrition and illness

Fighting between the Saudi-Emirati-led coalition and Houthi rebels has destroyed Yemen’s healthcare system.

19 million Yemeni children suffer malnutrition and illness

Asia

A literary festival in Pakistan's Lahore draws thousands

Amid Kashmir tensions, writers from India, Pakistan and around the world discuss politics and art.

A literary festival in Pakistan's Lahore draws thousands

Middle East

Syrian artists use music and comedy to promote idea of freedom

Eight years ago, many Syrians had no idea that their creativity would be used to hide their pain.

Syrian artists use music and comedy to promote idea of freedom

Middle East

Healthcare scare: Lack of funding in Syria's rebel-held areas

How a group of doctors in Syria is trying to make up for the shortfall in desperately needed medical care.

Healthcare scare: Lack of funding in Syria's rebel-held areas

Middle East

Syrian refugees burn plastic to survive harsh winter

Winter is the most difficult time for the millions of Syrians displaced for years.

Syrian refugees burn plastic to survive harsh winter

War & Conflict

Struggling to walk: war-wounded Syrian children bullied

Demand for artificial limbs remains high in Syria, despite the lull in fighting in the eight-year war.

Struggling to walk: war-wounded Syrian children bullied

Middle East

Syria: Kurdish fighters battle ISIL in its last controlled area

More than 24,000 people have been displaced in a matter of weeks.

Syria: Kurdish fighters battle ISIL in its last controlled area

Middle East

Why did Saudi Aramco's ambitious selloff fail?

Al Jazeera investigates the ideas behind Saudi Vision 2030 and the politics of the kingdom revolving around oil money.

Why did Saudi Aramco's ambitious selloff fail?