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.

Asia

Kashmir crisis: Residents unable to afford food

Traders estimate 25,000 people have been affected on both sides of Kashmir.

Kashmir crisis: Residents unable to afford food

Asia

Kashmiris caught in India-Pakistan trade blockage

Thousands are struggling to survive as the two neighbouring countries' dispute worsens over the removal of Indian-administered Kashmir's autonomy.

Kashmiris caught in India-Pakistan trade blockage

Asia

Kashmiris fear escalating tension: 'We live in danger'

The disputed region is one of the world's most dangerous flashpoints between nuclear-armed rivals.

Kashmiris fear escalating tension: 'We live in danger'

Asia

Protests in Pakistan-administered Kashmir after India's move

Large protests against India's move against Kashmir's autonomy, as Islamabad launches a diplomatic offensive.

Protests in Pakistan-administered Kashmir after India's move

Asia

Pakistan officials in uproar over India's Kashmir moves

MPs voice anger at India’s decision to revoke autonomy and privileges for the contested Muslim-majority region.

Pakistan officials in uproar over India's Kashmir moves

Middle East

Iraq’s Yazidis: UN investigates ISIL war crimes

Five years since the Yazidis were targeted by ISIL, mass graves are still being uncovered.

Iraq’s Yazidis: UN investigates ISIL war crimes

Middle East

Iraq plans to build new oil pipeline via Jordan

Iraq's oil ministry says it's making progress to reduce imports and increase revenues.

Iraq plans to build new oil pipeline via Jordan

Middle East

Iraq making efforts to attract foreign oil and gas investments

Environmental and regional political challenges mean Iraq needs more investment while balancing its OPEC commitments.

Iraq making efforts to attract foreign oil and gas investments

Middle East

Iraq's oil and gas industry aims to be energy independent

Iranian gas is a burden on Baghdad's stretched budget and a loaded issue for domestic and regional politics.

Iraq's oil and gas industry aims to be energy independent

Middle East

Iraq fears US sanctions on Iran will affect imports

Iran and Iraq discuss ways to continue trading as US waiver which allows Iraq to import Iranian goods draws near.

Iraq fears US sanctions on Iran will affect imports

Middle East

Iraq's polluted water supply sickens 120,000 people

Tens of thousands of Basra residents have required hospital treatment because of government mismanagement and neglect.

Iraq's polluted water supply sickens 120,000 people

Middle East

Iraqis protest against rampant corruption and poverty

Years of war mean essential services like water and electricity are lacking in many places.

Iraqis protest against rampant corruption and poverty