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Mohammad Zubair khan

Journalist based in Islamabad/Peshawar with experience in both print and broadcast media. My roles include writing, editorial and reporting.  Utilising my established position within the local media infrastructure, I also contribute regionally and nationally with stories I generate or participate on. I have also worked as a fixer, researcher and freelance for international media I have a demonstrated interest in generating breaking news stories and investigative work, which is supported by my extensive 'on the ground contacts' and being able to negotiate complex access required for sensitive stories.



Pakistan’s biggest dam stymied by land dispute A small area at the centre of the dispute between two tribes and two provinces is critically delaying the Diamer Bhasha dam and the China-Pakistan economic corridor


Exclusive: Bin Laden's compound at centre of row over whether to convert it into a playground or a park


Pakistan university attack: Dozens of students and teachers killed by militants Four Taliban attackers killed after opening fire in classrooms and dormitories at Bacha Khan University in Charsadda


Tales of heroism and horror as Pakistan mourns those killed during university massacre After at least 21 people were killed by Islamist terrorists, Pakistan mourns those lost but remembers the brave souls who tried to protect one another


Imran Farooq 'hitmen' appeal for extradition from Pakistan to Britain Khalid Shahim and Syed Mohsi Ali were "under duress" when they confessed to north London murder of MQM leader, say relatives


Three-way claim between UK, India and Pakistan set for Koh-i-Noor diamond Pakistani court agrees to hear claim for diamond from Crown Jewels, once the world’s largest known diamond


The disappearing morel mushrooms of Pakistan Climate change and deforestation are wreaking havoc on the production of a rare mushroom species, impacting local communities and national exports


Pakistan is losing its honey bees to climate change Rising temperatures and unseasonal rains are destroying the honey season for Pakistan’s bees, destroying the livelihoods of local communities


Trout decline hits Himalayan communities Unchecked construction, pollution and illegal fishing has led to a sharp decline of trout in rivers and lakes, a major source of food and livelihoods for mountain communities in northern Pakistan


Pakistani prison officials given 24 hours to explain how they will hang paralysed convict Pakistan has carried out more than 200 executions since lifting a moratorium in response to last year's Peshawar massacre


Asia Bibi death sentence suspended by Pakistan court Christian woman who became first female to be sentenced to death under Pakistan's blasphemy law granted full hearing by supreme court


Taliban confirms death of Mullah Omar as it pulls out of peace talks Pakistani ministry says Taliban leadership had asked for the postponement 'in view of the reports regarding the death of Mullah Omar and the resulting uncertainty' as the group confirms Omar is dead


Pakistan hangs Shafqat Hussain despite claims of 'underage' murder conviction Lawyers and human rights groups claim Hussain was 14 when he was tortured into confessing to the murder of a child


'We Saw Our Sister's Body. It Was Her First Day in School': Survivors Tell of Horrors of Peshawar Massacre


We Spoke to the Lawyer Facing Death Threats for Defending the Doctor Who Helped Find Bin Laden


Family of Pakistani Prisoner Convicted at 14 Plead Against Execution as Final Appeal Fails


Pakistani Man Moves Closer to Bringing Murder Charges Against Former CIA Employees Over Drone Strike


Family of Pakistani Prisoner Convicted at 14 Plead Against Execution as Final Appeal Fails


Pakistan Paramilitary Force Raids Headquarters of Major Political Party


Conflicting Claims Over Pakistani Helicopter Crash That Killed Foreign Ambassadors


Families of Peshawar Massacre Victims Demand Justice During Emotional Protest


Ramadan and Power Outages Blamed for Mass Deaths During Pakistan Heatwave


I was assistant producer/Fixer in this documentary which was about the Peshawar School Attack



  • Scarified for the Kalash tribes, lost sons of Alexander the great.

    Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan Natural Disasters July 1 @ 12:00am

    Scarified for the Kalash tribes, lost sons of Alexander the great. Kalash tribes are known as lost sons of Alexander, famous for the unique culture and... Read more


    Islamabad, Pakistan Politics August 31 @ 12:00am

    In Pakistan we are accepting PAKISTAN MOST CRITIAL ELECTION will be in the last week of the July. As concern to me I had covered all general election and local government election since from 2002, for the international media like BBC World, Sky, News Au, Vice, Telegraph, French 24 and others.... Read more

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