Shuaib M. AlmosawaVerified account

@Shuaibalmosawa

Freelance Yemeni journalist based in capital Sana' shuaibalmosawa@gmail.com

Joined December 2010

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    We are still waiting on comment from Saudi government on the alleged abduction of Buthaina, and the jailing of her uncle. When reporter called the foreign ministry officials involved in the case, they didn't reply. One hung up on him.

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    2 hours ago

    EXCLUSIVE -- ‘Tell Your Boss’: Recording Is Seen to Link Saudi Crown Prince More Strongly to Khashoggi Killing

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    Nov 10

    This is my last tweet for the evening: if you’re going to read just one thing today, read this ⁦⁩ piece by ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩. One of the best that I’ve read on the Khashoggi affair (and, I’ve read a lot, believe me).

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    12 hours ago

    An injured Yemeni child's image went viral — then she disappeared to Saudi Arabia by

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    Nov 11
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    Nov 11

    موقع ياهو نيوز والذي يعد الموقع الثاني إخباريا على مستوى العالم والسادس كشبكة ويب في تصنيف اليكسا ينشر قصة خبرية عن الطفلة بثينة الريمي ويكشف عن قيام السعودية باختطاف بثينة وعمها علي الريمي إلى السعوديو ثم إيداع عمها في سجن الحاير: التقرير لمن يجيد الإنجليزية في التعليق الأول

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    coalition abducted sole survivor of strike that killed entire family after becoming a symbol of 's suffering. Then jailed her uncle for refusing to waiving her rights. Must read by

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  8. Saudi acknowledged a mistake in a strike that killed entire family of eight.A month later,coalition agents kidnapped sole survivor little Buthaina and jailed her uncle 4 refusing a generous job in return for waiving her rights with help from

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    This is the incredible story about Yemen you should read. A heartbreaking report by for on a Yemeni girl injured in a Saudi air strike. Her image went viral, she became a symbol of the war. Then she disappeared to Saudi Arabia.

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    Pentagon says it'll stop refueling Saudi aircraft in Yemen war. Not mentioned? There's a new secret operation in Yemen codenamed YUKON JOURNEY. My report, with and .

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    Nov 11

    Pentagon launched new classified 'Operation Youkon' to support coalition in listed as 'support to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Partner Nations in Yemen / YOUKON JOURNEY EXORD'

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  12. Info Minister in the Yemen's Houthi government flees capital Sana'a to Riyadh and shows support for Saudi led coalition, marking the second incident in less than two weeks.

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  13. Khashoggi suffered a drawn-out death. He is choked for about seven minutes before he dies, according to two Turkish officials. One was told directly by Erdogan. The other was briefed by sommeon who listened to the audio recording of Khashoggi's killing

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    Mohammed Ali al-Houthi is the head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee. He writes: We are ready to stop the missiles if the Saudi-led coalition stops its airstrikes on Yemen.

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    Nov 9

    Significant: Trump administration to end refueling of Saudi-coalition aircraft in Yemen conflict

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  16. Not even once did AlJazeera BREAKING NEWS on US ending midair refueling of Saudi coalition give credit to . Follow-up tweets on senators' take followed suit

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    Nov 9

    Houthi leader Mohammed Ali al-Houthi: "The brutality of the Saudi regime was reflected in the murder of the journalist Jamal . And it can be seen in the military escalation and airstrikes in Hodeida and other cities":

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    Nov 9

    Trump administration to end refueling for Saudi coalition aircraft in Yemen

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    BREAKING: now estimates that more than 57,400 people have died in the conflict since 2016. Research Analyst maps out the true toll of the civil war in this new infographic, with a special focus on over 6,000 civilian deaths:

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