Afrah Nasser is a multi-award winning independent freelance Yemeni journalist, and founder and editor-in-chief of Sana'a Review e-magazine.
Comment: Abu Dhabi is free to support brutal militias and seize key ports in Yemen's south thanks to a total absence of competent governance, writes Afrah Nasser.
Comment: Celebrating women's rights today in an apocalyptic situation like the one in Yemen, seems an extravagant thought, writes Afrah Nasser.
Comment: As we celebrate Hisham's release, it must also serve as a reminder of the thousands of forcibly disappeared young men across the country, writes Afrah Nasser.
Comment: Saleh's death causes us to revisit the injustices that led Yemenis to rise up in 2011, writes Afrah Nasser.
Comment: Winner of the International Free Press Award, Yemeni journalist Afrah Nasser has so far been banned from entering the US to receive her accolade.
Comment: No action whatsoever was taken to hold those responsible for the funeral hall 'double-tap' airstrike accountable, writes Afrah Nasser.
Comment: The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen is blocking fuel deliveries for UN aid planes, and Houthi profiteering from the black market is flourishing, writes Afrah Nasser.
Comment: People who were not previously allied with the Houthis are joining them in a knee-jerk response to the suffering caused by the Saudi-led coalition, writes Afrah Nasser.
Comment: Independence means two entirely different things for the north and the south in Yemen today, writes Afrah Nasser
Comment: Obama's foreign policy in Yemen was in many ways an extension of Bush's, but with even more devastating consequences, writes Afrah Nasser