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Shuaib Almosawa


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  • Unknown
  • Yahoo
  • The New York Times
  • The Intercept
  • The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN)
  • BuzzFeed

Past articles by Shuaib:

American freed from Yemen was held by criminal gang, according to secret report

The report states that “reasons and motivations” of the kidnapping “are unknown." The State Department gave no details about the circumstances of Burch’s release, other than to credit the UAE. → Read More

An injured Yemeni child's image went viral. Then she disappeared to Saudi Arabia.

Over a year after an airstrike killed Buthaina's immediate family, remaining relatives are accusing Saudi authorities of kidnapping the girl in a bid to hide a powerful symbol of the war in Yemen. → Read More

Hidden Wounds of Yemen’s War

The war in Yemen has reduced the country’s people to destitution, forcing many to beg for survival. → Read More

Saudi Coalition Bombs School Bus in Yemen, Killing Dozens

The attack drew new attention to the great human toll of Yemen’s war. The Saudi-led coalition said it was part of a “legitimate military operation.” → Read More

Airstrike on Wedding Kills More Than 20 in Yemen

The attack by the Saudi-led military coalition also wounded dozens, including the groom, with children among many of the dead and injured, according to a local official. → Read More

A 13-Year-Old Boy and Other Yemeni Civilians Were Killed in U.S. Drone Strikes This Month

Counterterror strikes have been eclipsed by the horrors of the Saudi-led war in Yemen, but U.S. drones are killing many people who have no Al Qaeda ties. → Read More

Son of Slain Yemen Leader Is Said to Vow Revenge

The warning by Ahmed Ali Saleh, an American-trained former military commander, could signal his emergence as a focus of opposition to Houthi rebels. → Read More

Ali Abdullah Saleh, Ex-President of Yemen, Is Said to Have Died

The longtime strongman was killed when a bomb blew up his family’s compound in the capital, Sana, according to reports from rival factions clashing there. → Read More

U.A.E. Denies Yemen Rebels Fired Missile at Abu Dhabi Nuclear Plant

The Houthi rebels claimed they had launched a cruise missile against the $20 billion plant in retaliation for a Saudi-led blockade. → Read More

Saudi-Led Coalition Fighting in Yemen Hints at ‘Act of War’ by Iran

The countries united in fighting Houthi rebels said they would “temporarily” close all of Yemen’s ports of entry in response to the firing of a ballistic missile at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capital. → Read More

Saudis Intercept Missile Fired From Yemen That Came Close to Riyadh

Amid regional tensions, Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi rebels reached Riyadh with a ballistic missile for the first time. → Read More

Airstrike Kills at Least 25 at Market in Yemen

The attack hit a street market in Sada Province, and Yemeni health officials said it had probably been carried out by a Saudi-led coalition. → Read More

American Oil Worker Is Kidnapped in Yemen

No one has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping. The American had lived in Yemen for years, married a Yemeni woman and worked for a local oil company. → Read More

‘It’s a Slow Death’: The World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis

Two and a half years of war and a crippling cholera outbreak have brought Yemen to the brink of collapse. → Read More

Saudi Coalition Airstrikes Near Yemen’s Capital Kill Civilians

After a lull, warplanes hit targets around Sana, including a hotel where at least 30 agricultural workers were said to be dead or wounded. → Read More

In TV Spectacle, Man Convicted of Child Rape-Murder Is Executed in Yemen

Thousands of Yemenis watched as the condemned man, lying face down with hands tied behind him, was shot with an automatic weapon at point-blank range. → Read More

Cholera Spreads as War and Poverty Batter Yemen

About 1,600 people have died because of a cholera outbreak in Yemen, where the bacterial infection has spread to 21 of the country’s 22 provinces. → Read More

U.S. Drone Strike in Yemen Killed Men Who Had Nothing to Do With Al Qaeda, According to Relatives

In an interview with The Intercept, a Yemeni man whose relatives were killed in a US drone strike in April says “it was a shock no human can accept." → Read More

A country 'on its knees': Cholera takes hold in war-weary Yemen

Without urgent assistance, cholera is poised to spread and bring another level of misery to the humanitarian disaster in Yemen → Read More

A country 'on its knees': Cholera takes hold in war-weary Yemen

Without urgent assistance, cholera is poised to spread and bring another level of misery to the humanitarian disaster in Yemen → Read More