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"We have seen what men with guns have done to our country,” Luqman says of her goal to improve diplomacy by creating genuine diversity. ”It is time to make the peace process more inclusive.”

An interview with Muna Luqman: Yemenia founder, activist and champion of women

We are sitting at the Ivy brasserie in West London’s St. John’s Wood. Muna Luqman is dressed in an elegant headscarf and a ..

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“As a young man from Marib, I have no doubt that any dialogue here or there is just throwing sand in our eyes,” said Abu Hisham ..

Every school day, Amal Al-Qobani leaves her nine-month-old child for 11 hours, travelling from her house in Harib district of Marib to the ..

Five years of civil war have devastated Yemen’s economy. More than 11 million people struggle daily to find enough food, while about ..

There is a growing interest among donors and western diplomats to explore the role tribal leaders can play to end the war in Yemen. This is ..

The Houthis have quietly retreated in their latest battle with the World Food Programme (WFP) and other United Nations aid organizations, as..

Throughout the latter halfof January, clashes between government and Houthi forces have raged across frontlines between Houthi-controlled ..

Nearly a month after a fiber-optic cable on the seabed of the Suez Canal was cut, knocking out 80 percent of Yemen’s internet ..

A war within a war, the feud between the government of Yemen and the pro-separation Southern Transitional Council (STC) has taken center ..

In an exclusive interview with Almasdar Online’s Moath Rajeh, UN special envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths condemns the recent ..

On Aug. 8, 2016, Ruba’s world collapsed. A convoy of two armored vehicles, four pickup trucks and a bus loaded with armed men showed ..

The relationship between Iran and the Houthi rebels in Yemen has undergone a remarkable transition militarily, diplomatically and ..