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Rua’a Alameri
Rua’a Alameri

Achieving her degree in Journalism and Politics from the University of Salford, UK, Rua'a Alameri began her journalistic experience in the media center of the UK. She has since worked in multiple platforms of journalism including as a Paris-based correspondent for the English language Saudi news channel KSA2. Her focus centers around current, geopolitical & humanitarian affairs in the Middle East with a committed interest to the ongoing crisis in Yemen. Having lived in various countries including Yemen, South Africa, Pakistan, and Zambia, Rua'a is currently based in the UAE where she writes for Al Arabiya English. You can find her on Twitter at @Ruaa_Alameri.

COLUMNISTS
Rua’a Alameri
Rua’a Alameri

Achieving her degree in Journalism and Politics from the University of Salford, UK, Rua'a Alameri began her journalistic experience in the media center of the UK. She has since worked in multiple platforms of journalism including as a Paris-based correspondent for the English language Saudi news channel KSA2. Her focus centers around current, geopolitical & humanitarian affairs in the Middle East with a committed interest to the ongoing crisis in Yemen. Having lived in various countries including Yemen, South Africa, Pakistan, and Zambia, Rua'a is currently based in the UAE where she writes for Al Arabiya English. You can find her on Twitter at @Ruaa_Alameri.

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Saudi Arabia’s decree on granting driving licenses for women has received much praise in the kingdom, as it not only grants women more freedom ...

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From the South base camp in Nepal of Mount Everest - the highest mountain in the world - activist Osman al-Hadi rasied the Yemeni flag calling for ...

How Yemen once introduced the world to mocha coffee

Sunday, 1 October 2017

Mocha, that sweet chocolaty coffee we enjoy in winter months, has a history far richer than the drink itself. Most mocha drinkers know the hot brew to ...

‘No income for a year:’ Yemeni professionals endure war without salaries

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Afflicted with war that has plunged the country into what the United Nations has called the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II, thousands of ...

Dubai firm behind Apple’s ‘flying’ roof creating largest sliding dome in Mecca

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

A Dubai-based technology firm who was behind Apple’s new flying roof has revealed to Al Arabiya English their latest project - a sliding dome in ...

PHOTOS: Eid brings joy to young victims of war in Yemen

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Despite an on-going conflict that has devastated the country into the world’s worst humanitarian crisis since 1945, hospitalized children in war ...

Yemen: New massacre in Taiz as Houthis shell residential areas

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Houthi militias and forces loyal to ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh in Yemen continue to shell residential neighborhoods in Taiz, for the third ...

British police say 22 dead, 59 injured in Manchester ‘terrorist incident’

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

A blast on Monday night at a concert in the English city of Manchester where US singer Ariana Grande had been performing left at least 22 people dead ...

‘Castrated, beaten, paralyzed’: Yemeni doctor reveals horrors of Houthi torture

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Dr. Abdulkader Alguneid, a physician and well-respected public figure in Yemen’s third largest city Taiz, did not expect that the 2011 uprising ...

Houthi court sentences abducted journalist to death

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

A Houthi court has sentenced abducted journalist Yahya Abduraqeeb al-Jubaihi to death on Wednesday, accusing him of collaborating with enemy states, ...

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