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Quentin Müller


Müller is a French journalist based in Paris, reporting on Middle East and and Maghreb ethnic minorities, terrorism and smuggling.

After seven years of the Yemeni war, the Houthi rebels have, for the first time, hit Abu Dhabi. But the epicentre of the confrontation between UAE and Houthis appears to be located around Shabwa, in southern Yemen, writes Quentin Müller.

18 February, 2022

Comment: The revival of US sanctions against Iran, and the collapse of the Iranian rial have had a serious impact on the lives of Afghans in Iran, writes Quentin Muller.

07 December, 2018

Interview: Quentin Muller speaks to Moqtada al-Sadr's chief of staff, Dhia al-Asadi, about the Iraqi cleric's vision for Iraq.

21 June, 2018

Ahmed Saadawi's dark-themed novel has drawn the attention of big names in the film industry, reports Quentin Muller.

19 January, 2018

While armed poachers prowl the desert, 600 Arabian oryxes are watched over by rangers, who have protected these animals for generations on land that is now Al Wusta's Wildlife Reserve.

03 April, 2017

In-depth: Kumzari, spoken by a handful on the tip of Oman, is a language under threat. But one football team is fighting to save it, reports Quentin Muller.

18 August, 2016