James Reinl, Al Jazeera English

James Reinl

Al Jazeera English

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by James:

Hopes high for Sudan’s peace deal, but challenges remain

Analysts point to track record of failed peace bids in Sudan, potential rebel spoilers, power plays and other pitfalls. → Read More

Call for justice in the US one year after Khashoggi's murder

Fiancee of murdered journalist says Saudi crown prince's statement on 2018 killing 'pure political manoeuvre'. → Read More

Protesters demand 'Justice for Jamal' outside MBS charity event

The Misk Foundation NYC event was dogged by controversy from the onset, with a venue cancellation, speakers pulling out. → Read More

Russia blasted at UN for 'carpet bombing' Syria

Russia and China face backlash after vetoing UN resolution calling for a ceasefire in Syria's besieged Idlib province. → Read More

Saudi oil strikes: Will Gulf 'powder-keg' detonate?

As questions swirl over the Saudi oil attacks, all eyes are on the Middle East to see if tensions finally boil over. → Read More

Pakistan and India trade barbs after rare UN Kashmir talks

Pakistan accuses New Delhi of human rights abuses after Security Council meeting, India says Kashmir 'internal matter'. → Read More

DR Congo ethnic violence stopping refugee returns: UN

Head of UN peacekeeping force says deteriorating security interrupting the return process and causing new displacements. → Read More

Yemenis die as UAE and Saudi withhold aid funds: UN

Abu Dhabi and Riyadh pledged $500m each but have so far failed to pay up as humanitarian disaster worsens. → Read More

UN official devises blueprint for Israeli accountability

A UN investigator says the world should consider cutting ties with Israel in support of Palestinian quest for statehood. → Read More

UN 'pauses' peacekeeper pullout amid Sudan turbulence

Blue helmets are still needed to protect civilians in Darfur as Sudan is in post-Bashir chaos, Security Council decides. → Read More

UN extends DRC sanctions as refugee flows increase

Resolution prohibits selling or supplying weapons to rebel groups, blocks travel of some militia leaders, politicians. → Read More

UNRWA raises $110m but still cash-strapped after US cuts

If Palestine refugees agency doesn't meet $1.2bn target it may have to close schools and reduce food handouts. → Read More

Are tensions between US, Gulf allies and Iran coming to a head?

Analysts warn action needs to be taken over deepening tensions between the United States and Iran in the Gulf. → Read More

Khashoggi probe to push for accountability: UN investigator

United Nations special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions blasts Saudi trials in Khashoggi case as substandard. → Read More

UN Khashoggi probe wraps up in Turkey: what next?

Saudi Arabia refused to cooperate with UN special rapporteur Agnes Callamard's inquiry into Jamal Khashoggi's killing. → Read More

Falling apart? UN peace deal for Yemen 'too vague', Oxfam says

Lack of specific orders results in continued fighting around Red Sea port city of Hodeidah as 21-day deadline expires. → Read More

Gulf Arab blue collar workforce continues to grow: UN

Migrant workers continue adding to the labour force of oil-rich Gulf due to mega-construction projects, UN data shows. → Read More

Trump's scandals: An unprecedented president

US president has faced multiple scandals since taking office, with the Mueller probe of chief concern. → Read More

Donald Trump's five Asia-Pacific challenges

Twelve days, five countries, two summits - and one president who doesn't always stick to the script. → Read More

Former Saudi and Israeli spymasters share NYC stage

Joint public appearance at Middle East Forum signals warming of ties between Saudi Arabia and Israel. → Read More