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Latest in Tag: yemen
As tens of thousands have been killed in six-year-long war, Yemen remains threatened with famine
Saudi-led coalition demonstrates commitment to de-escalation: Aboul Gheit
Arab Parliament condemns group’s issuance of death sentences against 11 members of Yemen’s House of Representatives
Iranian-backed militia poses direct threat to regional security, stability: Egyptian Foreign Ministry
Attacks by Iranian-backed Houthis threaten regional stability, security, and violate international law, says Egypt’s Foreign Ministry
Egypt condemns all terrorist acts that target security, stability of Yemen, region
Saudi-led coalition announced interception of Houthi missile on Saturday, while Yemeni movement denies responsibility
“Designations aim to hold Ansarallah (Houthis) accountable for its terrorist acts, including cross-border attacks threatening civilians,” Pompeo said
Saudi-led coalition warplanes struck targets in Yemen’s Houthi-held capital Sanaa, on Thursday, in retaliation for an attack on the Aden Airport as the Riyadh-backed government arrived there.
Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary-General of the Arab League, condemned in the strongest terms the bombing that struck Aden Airport on Wednesday, shortly after the plane carrying members of the new Yemeni government landed in the area.
At least 22 people killed in airport explosion as new government arrives in Aden
3 massive explosions rocked Aden airport in Yemen on Wednesday as local officials were gathering to receive a plane carrying new power-sharing government
Eradication of Tehran’s most important arm in region is imminent: Experts
Yemen’s President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi announced that PM Maeen Abdulmalik was reappointed to head the new cabinet
Cairo has repeatedly stressed need for ceasefire in ongoing Yemeni conflict
Situated at an altitude of 2,200 metres in a mountain valley, Sanaa has been inhabited for more than 2,500 years. In the 7th and 8th centuries, the city became a major centre of Islam.
African migrants have frequently fled their countries to Yemen, from which they infiltrate through the borders to enter the Arab Gulf states to seek jobs.
Baha’i faith members have been detained by the Houthis over past 4 years, including community’s leader Hamed bin Haydara, who was sentenced to death in 2018
Power-sharing deal between government and STC targets political solution in Yemen
Catastrophic environmental, economic impacts expected if tanker explodes
Trump’s administration has been pushing UN to strengthen arms embargo on Iran
Yemeni rivals have also agreed to meet in Saudi Arabia, commit to Riyadh Agreement
Up to 80% of Yemeni population depend on humanitarian aid to survive, as UN organisations leave
Saudi Arabia pledged $500m to Yemen humanitarian response plan
Following five years of war, Yemen’s fragile health system faces catastrophic shortages
Power-sharing agreement was signed in 2019 between Saudi-backed government, UAE-backed STC
The STC deployed its forces in Aden on Sunday, the southern port which is currently the government’s interim seat since it was ousted from the capital, Sanaa, by the Iran-aligned Houthi movement.
A previous two-week ceasefire, ignored by the Houthis, ended on Thursday
They were detained after attempting to fish in Red Sea’s restricted zones offshore Yemen’s Aden
UN condemns Houthis attack, warns against escalations