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Rawan Shaif

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About Rawan
Rawan Shaif is a journalist based in Sanaa, Amanat Al Asimah, Yemen.
Languages
Arabic English French
Services
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
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Fact Checking
Portfolio

How the UAE’s Chinese-Made Drone Is Changing the War in Yemen

27 Apr 2018  |  Foreign Policy
The UAE's use of Chinese-made drones, specifically the Blue Arrow 7 missile and Wing Loong II drone, has significantly impacted the war in Yemen, exemplified by the assassination of Saleh al-Samad, a senior Houthi figure. This strike underscores the UAE's growing military assertiveness and its strategic partnership with the Saudi-led coalition. The UAE's actions align with U.S. counterterrorism interests but pose challenges to Western-backed peace efforts. The death of Samad, a conciliatory figure, is likely to deepen divisions within the Houthi movement, complicating the Yemeni peace process.

Saudi Arabia Is Committing War Crimes in Yemen

25 Mar 2016  |  Foreign Policy
Since the Saudi-led military coalition began its air campaign in Yemen in March 2015, there have been numerous civilian casualties, including the deaths of Salah Basrallah's family and Judge Yahya Rubaid's family. The coalition, supported by arms deals from the United States, Britain, and France, claims to target military objectives, but evidence suggests widespread violations of international humanitarian law. Amnesty International and other organizations have documented war crimes committed by all parties in the conflict. With peace talks approaching, there is a call for an end to arms supplies to warring parties and for an independent international investigation to ensure justice for the victims.

A short documentary about Yemenis stranded abroad trying to find their way back home after war broke out in their country.

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