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Khalid Al-Karimi


Khalid Al-Karimi is a freelance reporter and translator. He is a staff member of the Sana'a-based Yemeni Media Center and previously worked as a full-time editor and reporter for the Yemen Times newspaper.

4.5 million school students in Yemen will not be able to resume their classes this coming school year.

15 September, 2017

In-depth: Three years of war have failed to unseat al-Qaeda from Yemen's south - how is the militant group still surviving?

13 September, 2017

Comment: The troubled Houthi-Saleh alliance has faltered in the last two weeks, but is the prospect of a Saudi-led takeover in Sanaa enough to preserve their partnership? asks Khalid Al-Karimi.

28 August, 2017

Analysis: The strategic port will not be given up by the Houthi militants who control it, notes Khalid Al-Karimi.

10 August, 2017

Comment: A deadly combination of cholera, hunger and child recruitment is plaguing the Yemen's future generation, writes Khalid al-Karimi.

20 July, 2017

Finding themselves caught between the callousness of poverty and ruthlessness of war, suicide is on the rise among Yemenis writes Khalid AlKarimi

19 June, 2017

Comment: The recent diplomatic crisis in in the Gulf risks diverting the attention from Yemen's continuing, brutal civil war, writes Khalid Al-Karimi.

13 June, 2017

Comment: If the Saudi-led coalition is going to help maintain the unity of Yemen, it is vital that it irons out internal differences, writes Khalid Al-Karimi.

16 May, 2017

Comment: Hodeida is a city already devastated by poverty, but as the fighting edges closer, there are concerns that a fresh humanitarian crisis is looming, writes Khalid Al-Karimi.

19 April, 2017

Comment: Khalid Al-Karimi remembers the massacre that sparked Yemen's ongoing war.

16 March, 2017