• Erdogan’s vowed military operation returns spotlight to Syrian border towns
    President Tayyip Erdogan’s pledge to carry out a new military incursion on Turkey’s southern borders has triggered speculation about potential targets, with the Syrian town of Tal Rifaat emerging as a primary goal of any operation. Two days after Erdogan announced the plan, the pro   Details..>>
  • UN says Yemen warring sides meet on reopening Taiz roads
    Yemen´s warring sides were meeting Wednesday for talks on reopening roads in Taiz and other provinces as the United Nations pushes to extend a two-month cease-fire ahead of a looming deadline, the U.N. mission said. According to the U.N., the talks between representatives from Yemen's in   Details..>>
  • Three civilians killed as Yemen's Houthis down drone over Sanaa
    Yemen's Houthis said on Monday evening that three people were killed in the country's capital Sanaa when a drone aircraft crashed in a residential area after being shot down. Sanaa has been controlled by the Houthis since 2014. In that year, the group forced the internationally recognised gove   Details..>>
  • Houthi group 'not against' extending UN-brokered truce in Yemen
    The head of Yemen's Houthi Supreme Political Council, Mahdi Al-Mashat, on Sunday said the group was not against extending a UN-brokered truce, despite describing it as "not encouraging enough". The two-month nationwide truce between a Saudi-led coalition and the Iran-aligned Houthi group, the   Details..>>
  • Disabilities 'skyrocketing' in Yemen: aid group
    The number of people with disabilities is soaring in Yemen after seven years of civil war, with amputations in particular rising from attacks on urban areas, the aid group Handicap International said on Friday. Millions have been forced from their homes in the brutal conflict pitting the Saudi   Details..>>
  • Hong Kong-flagged sailboat attacked off Yemen
    A Hong Kong-flagged sailboat is reported to have come under attack on Thursday off the coast of war-torn Yemen, though the circumstances of the incident remained unclear, officials said. The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations group said the attack happened off Hodeida, a contested port city   Details..>>
  • UN envoy: Talks on now to extend Yemen's 2-month cease-fire
    With just two weeks left in a two-month cease-fire in Yemen, the U.N. envoy to the war-torn country said Tuesday that talks with the government and Houthis are going on right now and he hopes the truce will be extended. But Hans Grundberg was wary of making any prediction, saying that agreemen   Details..>>
  • First commercial flight takes off from Sanaa, raising Yemen peace prospects
     Yemen's national airline operated on Monday its first commercial flight in years from the capital Sanaa, raising hopes for renewal of a U.N.-brokered truce in the seven-year-old conflict that has pitted a Saudi-led coalition against the Iran-aligned Houthis and put Middle East security in   Details..>>
  • Israel reopens Gaza crossing after nearly two weeks
    Israel reopened on Sunday its only crossing with the Gaza Strip to Palestinian workers nearly two weeks after closing it over unrest, the defense ministry said. “Following an assessment of the security situation, it has been decided... to open Erez Crossing for passage of workers and per   Details..>>
  • Yemen takes step to allow flights from Sanaa: official
      Yemen's government will permit citizens living in areas controlled by Houthis to travel on Houthi-issued passports, an official told AFP, removing a barrier to long-awaited commercial flights out of the capital Sanaa. The flights are one component of a renewable two-month truce that went   Details..>>
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UN says Yemen warring sides meet on reopening Taiz roads
Yemen´s warring sides were meeting Wednesday for talks on reopening roads in Taiz and other provinces as the United Nations pushes to extend a two-month cease-fire ahead of a looming deadlin Details..>>
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How Yemen used the ‘War on Terror’ to suit its needs
     By Safa Al Ahmad On Sept. 11, 2001, I was between jobs and living in Washington, D.C. I woke up a few minutes before 9 a.m. and, as I always did, I turned on the televisio Details..>>
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Oil hits highest since 2014 on Russia-Ukraine escalation
Oil prices rose to their highest since 2014 on Tuesday after Moscow ordered troops into two breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine, adding to supply concerns that are pushing prices toward $100 a barrel Details..>>
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Erdogan’s vowed military operation returns spotlight to Syrian border
President Tayyip Erdogan’s pledge to carry out a new military incursion on Turkey’s southern borders has triggered speculation about potential targets, with the Syrian town of Tal Rifa Details..>>
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Qatar Airways plane makes emergency landing at Istanbul airport
Doha- A Qatar Airways passenger plane made an emergency landing at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport Thursday after a suspected bird strike caused a fire in one of its engines, aviation officials and the c Details..>>
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Algeria beat Qatar in Arab Cup semi-final
Algeria defeated Qatar 2-1 in a wild Arab Cup semi-final after scoring a winner in the 17th minute of stoppage time on Wednesday. Mohammed Belaili scored a rebound in the 107th minute after his Details..>>
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A third of COVID survivors suffer neurological or mental disorders
 One in three COVID-19 survivors in a study of more than 230,000 mostly American patients were diagnosed with a brain or psychiatric disorder within six months, suggesting the pandemic could Details..>>
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