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Sana Uqba is a journalist at The New Arab in London. Previously, she worked with a range of international and national broadcasters as well as online platforms to reflect her British-Yemeni identity.

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Mukhbaza: Yemeni chefs bring Aden’s seashore to Sheffield

12 July, 2017

Yalla, let's eat! Continuing our review series of Middle Eastern restaurants, we visit al-Diyafa, where an authentic Yemeni restaurant takes you on a journey back to the coast of Aden.

Muslim Londoners defiant after terrifying rise in acid attacks

03 July, 2017

A manhunt is underway, with police looking for John Tomlin in possible connection with one of a spate of acid attacks against London's Muslim community in recent days.

Attacks by Muslims 'receive 4.5 times more media coverage'

20 June, 2017

Despite the fact that Muslims commit far fewer attacks, US media coverage increase by an average of four and a half times in those circumstances, researchers said.

London Imam says 'mob-mentality is unislamic' after protecting suspect

19 June, 2017

Sheikh Mohammed Mahmoud, an Imam of a local north London mosque, has been applauded for protecting the suspect who rammed his van into Muslims outside the religious place of worship.

Student creates 800-page 'Muslims Condemn' database after attacks

25 May, 2017

Why don't Muslims condemn violence and terror? They do, and thanks to this Muslim student, there is now an 800-page, and growing, database to prove it.

Four awkward Trump moments in Saudi Arabia

22 May, 2017

Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia this weekend and, let's just say, some awkward things happened.

Abducted: 300 days in Houthi prison

18 May, 2017

In-depth: Dr Abdulkader al-Guneid, the former mayor of Taiz, fell into activism during the Yemeni revolution, but his passion for human rights later landed him in a Houthi prison.

Yemen's 'third government' emerges in southern Yemen

11 May, 2017

While the Houthi rebels maintain control of Sanaa, and President Hadi conducts operations from Riyadh, Aidarous al-Zubaidi, an ousted official, has set up yet another rival administration in Aden.

What does $1bn in aid really mean for Yemen?

28 April, 2017

The UN pledged more than $1 billion to assist Yemen last week, but how effective will the aid really be to a country with a deteriorating humanitarian and political crisis?

Over 16,000 Yemenis 'abducted by Houthis' since 2015

26 April, 2017

Thousands of people have been abducted by the Houthi rebels and many still remain missing in Yemen as the war rages on, a new Rights Radar report has revealed.

#StarvingForHumanity: Syrian refugees launch hunger strike in Greek camp

25 April, 2017

Twelve Syrian refugees, mainly from the Kurdish community, have launched a hunger strike in a Greek island migrant camp where they say they have been neglected and ignored for months.

Arab Streets around the world: 'Home away from home'

10 April, 2017

Welcome to the ‘Arab Streets’ of the world, where the heart and spirit of the Middle East is injected into cities by its migrant communities.

Sana Uqba
Sana Uqba

Sana Uqba is a journalist at The New Arab in London. Previously, she worked with a range of international and national broadcasters as well as online platforms to reflect her British-Yemeni identity.

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