• Regional interventions continue to fuel Yemen's devastating conflict
    After four years of internal military conflict, interventions of regional countries continue to push the Yemeni warring factions for new rounds of violence, said Yemeni experts and analysts. Rather than providing a solution for the civil war that enters its fifth year, the regional interventio   Details..>>
  • Saudi-Led coalition launches raids on Yemen's Houthis in Sanaa
    The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen launched raids on Houthi camps in the capital Sanaa, including the Al-Dailami air base, Al-Arabiya TV reported on Saturday. The U.S. ambassador to Yemen blamed the Iran-aligned Houthi movement on Thursday for the hold-up to a U.N.-led peace deal in the main por   Details..>>
  • Yemen's war claimed almost 100 civilian casualties a week in 2018
    Almost 100 civilian deaths or injuries were recorded each week in 2018, according to the latest data released today by the UNHCR, UN Refugee Agency. According to the Civilian Impact Monitoring Report for 2018, more than 4,800 civilian deaths and injuries were reported over the course of the year r   Details..>>
  • UK-US-made bombs kill civilians in Yemen, Report says
      British and American bombs have killed and maimed nearly 1,000 civilians, including over 120 children in Yemen, since the start of the war in 2015, a new report has revealed. The 128-page investigation, issued by the US-based University Network for Human Rights (UNHR) and Yemeni monitori   Details..>>
  • Yemen 'temporarily' stops issuing passports
    Yemeni authorities have stopped issuing passports as a result of the high demand. A source in the Yemeni Authority of Immigration and Passports in the governorate of Taiz has said that issuing passports was halted because of the backlog of applications which piled up after passports ran out.   Details..>>
  • Saudi Arabia pledges $500 million in aid for UN humanitarian plan for Yemen
    Saudi Arabia has pledged $500 million to finance the United Nations Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen, it was announced on Tuesday. The announcement was made during a Saudi cabinet meeting headed by King Salman. Following the meeting, Information Minister Turki Abdullah Al-Shabana said in   Details..>>
  • Army chief of staff vows to secure Algeria, prevent bloodshed
    Algeria’s army will guarantee security and not allow a return to an era of bloodshed, its chief of staff said on Tuesday, according to Ennahar TV station. Gaed Salah said there were some parties he did not name which wanted Algeria to return to the “years of pain,” referring   Details..>>
  • Israel shoots and kills two Palestinians in the occupied West Bank
      The Israeli military said on Monday that its soldiers shot and killed two Palestinians in the occupied West Bank after they tried to ram soldiers on a highway. An Israeli officer and border policeman were injured when the Palestinian car rammed into a group of Israeli troops, running them o   Details..>>
  • UK 'no peace mediator': Houthis say
    The Houthi group said Monday it does not consider the UK a mediator in peace talks in war-battered Yemen. This came one day after UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt called for a Houthi withdrawal from Hodeida seaport and hand it over to "neutral control". "We don't see the British statements s   Details..>>
  • UK foreign secretary says 'last chance' for peace in Yemen
    Britain's foreign secretary is warning of a collapse of peace deals in Yemen, saying that "we are now in the last chance saloon." Jeremy Hunt made his comments on Sunday during a visit to the southern city of Aden, the first to Yemen by a Western foreign minister since the start of the conflic   Details..>>
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Regional interventions continue to fuel Yemen's devastating conflict
After four years of internal military conflict, interventions of regional countries continue to push the Yemeni warring factions for new rounds of violence, said Yemeni experts and analysts. Rat Details..>>
Reports &Analyses
Why did Saudi Arabia save Yemen's ex-president again?
By Bruce Riedel The Saudis are increasingly desperate to find a way out of the Yemeni quagmire. They apparently believe Yemen's ex-dictator, their longtime enemy Ali Abdullah Saleh, can help. Details..>>
People &Economy
OPEC extends oil output cut by nine months to fight glut
OPEC decided on Thursday to extend cuts in oil output by nine months to March 2018, OPEC delegates said, as the producer group battles a global glut of crude after seeing prices halve and revenues Details..>>
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Army chief of staff vows to secure Algeria, prevent bloodshed
Algeria’s army will guarantee security and not allow a return to an era of bloodshed, its chief of staff said on Tuesday, according to Ennahar TV station. Gaed Salah said there were some p 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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Star man Messi to stay a Barca boy until 2021
Lionel Messi ended months of speculation when finally putting pen to paper yesterday to extend his contract with Barcelona until 2021, the club announced, making official an agreement reached in J Details..>>
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ERC continues supporting education in Aden
Aden- The Aden Education Office, with the support of Emirates Red Crescent, has organised a student carnival on the occasion of the first anniversary of 'Operation Restoring Hope' supporting the Details..>>
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