Faisal Edroos

Faisal Edroos

Yemen

Yemenis resort to burning firewood and rubbish to cook food

Saudi blockade has caused a chronic shortage of propane gas, forcing Yemenis to find alternatives to prepare food.

Yemenis resort to burning firewood and rubbish to cook food

Yemen

Yemeni women reflect on war in a city ravaged by air attacks

As the war on Yemen enters its fourth year, women in Sanaa say death and destruction stalks every family.

Yemeni women reflect on war in a city ravaged by air attacks

Yemen

Death from above: Every Saudi coalition air raid on Yemen

Since March 2015, Saudi Arabia and a coalition of Arab states have launched more than 16,633 air raids across Yemen.

Death from above: Every Saudi coalition air raid on Yemen

Yemen

Hyenas, wolves and disease 'welcome' Yemenis fleeing war

Yemeni refugees struggle to wait out the war in the heat of Djibouti, longing to return home.

Hyenas, wolves and disease 'welcome' Yemenis fleeing war

Yemen

A Yemeni's harrowing journey through the 'Gate of Tears'

After risking everything for a better life in Djibouti, Abdullah Muhammad says he may have to return to war-torn Yemen.

A Yemeni's harrowing journey through the 'Gate of Tears'

Yemen

Yemenis turn to herbal remedies as medicine prices soar

Civilians are resorting to herbal medicines and faith-based treatments as a cheaper option in the war-ravaged country.

Yemenis turn to herbal remedies as medicine prices soar

Yemen

Taiz leprosy colony offers Yemeni 'outcasts' a home

Ostracised by their communities, leprosy sufferers are the 'silent victims' of the Saudi-led war on Yemen, medics say.

Taiz leprosy colony offers Yemeni 'outcasts' a home

Yemen

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

Nearly three years after seizing the capital, Sanaa, the Houthis have consolidated their grip over large parts of Yemen.

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

Yemen

After al-Qaeda: No signs of recovery in Yemen's Mukalla

Residents say nearly two years after it was "liberated", the Yemeni government has failed to help rebuild the city.

After al-Qaeda: No signs of recovery in Yemen's Mukalla

Yemen

1,000 days of war in Yemen, 'land of blood and bombs'

Yemenis despair of unending death and destruction as their country continues to be embroiled in a regional proxy war.

1,000 days of war in Yemen, 'land of blood and bombs'

Native Americans

Sioux leader: Trump is the new face of US exploitation

Former chairman of Standing Rock Sioux tribe says the US has a '200-year policy of exploiting Native American people'.

Sioux leader: Trump is the new face of US exploitation

Refugees

Ex-New Zealand PM: Manus refugees deserve humanity

Former Prime Minister Helen Clark calls out Australia for refusing offer to take in 150 refugees on Manus Island.

Ex-New Zealand PM: Manus refugees deserve humanity