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James Reinl


James Reinl is a journalist, editor and current affairs analyst. He has reported from more than 30 countries and won awards for covering wars in Sri Lanka, Congo and Somalia, Haiti's earthquake and human rights abuses in Iran.

The UN wants answers on the thousands of Palestinian children killed or maimed last year.

01 August, 2019

Assad's forces and pro-government militias killed and injured over a thousand children in 2018, according to a report from UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

30 July, 2019

A new report from the United Nations has verified almost 12,000 grave violations against children between April 2013 and the end of 2018.

02 July, 2019

Analysis: On June 5, 2017, things looked bleak for Qatar as Riyadh and its allies imposed a blockade on Doha. Two years later, Qatar has proven itself immune to coercion

05 June, 2019

Drones are being increasingly deployed by insurgents and militias to level the playing field against better-armed adversaries, reports James Reinl.

30 April, 2019

A heavily-redacted version of the long-awaited 448-page document was released on Thursday. It shows that UAE officials were instrumental in connecting members of the Trump campaign with Russian agents.

18 April, 2019

Property experts suggest Emirati investors are “taking a hit” by selling off New York's iconic Chrysler Building.

12 January, 2019

In line with his general anti-immigration stance, President Trump is attempting to deter Iraqi and Syrian Christians from seeking safety in the United States, reports James Reinl.

30 October, 2018

American cultural and education bodies are distancing themselves from Riyadh amid global anger over the disappearance and alleged brutal murder of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, reports James Reinl.

18 October, 2018

What to expect this week from the UN podium and the from the private side meetings - where the real deals are always made.

24 September, 2018