Faisal Edroos

Faisal Edroos

Faisal Edroos is a news and features writer with Al Jazeera English. He reports on war, militancy, politics and human rights in Yemen and the GCC.

Djibouti

Modern life fails to intrude on Djibouti's 'White Gold' miners

Home to more than six million tonnes of salt, camel caravans still take the precious resource to Ethiopia.

Modern life fails to intrude on Djibouti's 'White Gold' miners

Yemen

Yemeni refugees choose baboon-infested tent city over Saudi camp

Scores of refugees have refused to be housed in Saudi-funded units over the kingdom's military campaign in Yemen.

Yemeni refugees choose baboon-infested tent city over Saudi camp

Yemen

'Worse than an oven': Saudi-funded camp won't be liveable by May

Yemenis fear they could suffocate due to intermittent electricity and soaring temperatures in new housing units.

'Worse than an oven': Saudi-funded camp won't be liveable by May

Yemen

The forgotten: Living with HIV in war-ravaged Yemen

Most Yemenis living with HIV/AIDS face stigma and discrimination, even from their own families.

The forgotten: Living with HIV in war-ravaged Yemen

Yemen

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

More than four years after seizing the capital, the Houthis have consolidated their grip over large parts of Yemen.

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

Saudi Arabia

Will a cabinet reshuffle fix Saudi Arabia's economic malaise?

King Salman turns to a steady pair of hands in Ibrahim al-Assaf to draw in foreign investment amid Khashoggi crisis.

Will a cabinet reshuffle fix Saudi Arabia's economic malaise?

Yemen

Mohammed al-Houthi: We want a united and democratic Yemen

A high ranking member of the rebel movement speaks to Al Jazeera about the Houthis' endgame in Yemen.

Mohammed al-Houthi: We want a united and democratic Yemen

Yemen

Yemen's warring parties agree to ceasefire in Hodeidah

UN secretary-general said the sides achieved 'real progress' after a ceasefire was brokered at the Sweden peace talks.

Yemen's warring parties agree to ceasefire in Hodeidah

Yemen

Meet the journalists trying to give Yemenis the 'full picture'

The Yemen Peace Newsroom aims to offer objective reporting from talks in Sweden against a backdrop of partisan coverage.

Meet the journalists trying to give Yemenis the 'full picture'

Yemen

Sealed with a kiss: Yemen's rivals agree to swap 16,000 prisoners

Deal will cover 8,576 people detained by the Houthis, including teachers and children, and 7,487 Houthi fighters.

Sealed with a kiss: Yemen's rivals agree to swap 16,000 prisoners

Yemen

November Yemen's 'deadliest month' in two years: ACLED report

War monitor says it documented more than 3,000 deaths as the Saudi-UAE coalition intensified raids ahead of peace talks.

November Yemen's 'deadliest month' in two years: ACLED report

Yemen

Yemen government and Houthis remain deadlocked over Hodeidah

Yemeni officials demand Red Sea port be placed under their control, while UN proposes 16-point plan for flashpoint city.

Yemen government and Houthis remain deadlocked over Hodeidah