Ahmed Alwly

An aerial view shows the port city of Aden in southern Yemen, Nov. 30, 2010.  (photo by REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous/File Photo)

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In Aden, Yemeni activists still live in fear

Wednesday, Jul. 5, 2017 | Ahmed Alwly, Contributor

Two years after Houthi rebels were expelled from Aden, Yemenis are fleeing the port city as militias and extremists are increasingly targeting activists, intellectuals and anyone opposing their views.

Yemen’s cultural capital Taiz torn by conflict

Thursday, Apr. 20, 2017 | Ahmed Alwly, Contributor

The city of Taiz, Yemen’s third largest, is living under tragedy as a result of the two-year war.

Preventable illnesses menace children in Yemen

Friday, Dec. 23, 2016 | Ahmed Alwly, Contributor

The war in Yemen is showing no signs of ending, and as this most violent period of its modern history drags on, young children are as much at risk to disease as to militant violence.

Worst forecasts become reality as Yemen starves

Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016 | Ahmed Alwly, Contributor

A year and a half of war has pushed Yemen into famine as food insecurity threatens 14 million people, while the fighting parties spend millions on war.

Will tension at sea lead to endless war in Yemen?

Friday, Oct. 21, 2016 | Ahmed Alwly, Contributor

The Yemeni war reached the sea after being confined to the mainland for 19 months, with international and regional players heading to the most important maritime route in the world.

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Ahmed Alwly is a Yemeni journalist based in Sanaa. He has covered an array of political, social and security issues and conflicts in Yemen since 2009. He also worked as a correspondent and editor for several Arab and Yemeni websites.

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