• Saudi Arabia pledges $11 million to Yemen cholera outbreak it helped create
    Saudi Arabia has pledged $11 million to tackle the cholera epidemic in Yemen - the worst outbreak of the disease in recent history, stemming from the kingdom's military intervention in the country. The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief) and the World Health Organisation   Details..>>
  • UK calls on Iran not to deepen Yemen crisis
    Britain called on Iran to stop taking actions which could escalate the conflict in Yemen after a United Nations group of experts found that missiles and military equipment of Iranian origin were introduced into Yemen after an arms embargo. “I call on Iran to cease activity which risks es   Details..>>
  • Draft UN resolution targets Iran's role in Yemen
     A new draft UN Security Council resolution put forward by the UK, US and France would condemn Iran for failing to prevent Houthi rebels in Yemen from obtaining ballistic missiles, reported Reuters. The text, which was drafted by Britain, would allow the security council to impose sanctio   Details..>>
  • Oman to host Yemen peace talks, Houthis agree to join
    Oman will be hosting a new round of peace talks over the on-going three year Yemen civil war, Kuna news reported. Talks between the Houthi armed group and General People’s Congress party (GPC) are planned to take place as soon as the new United Nations Peace Envoy to Yemen is recruited.   Details..>>
  • U.S. lays off local staff three years after closing Yemen embassy
    The United States has laid off 360 local staff in Yemen three years after closing its embassy as a civil war spread in the impoverished Arabian Peninsula country. Ambassador Matthew Tueller wrote to workers saying new U.S. State Department regulations about suspended embassies meant he could n   Details..>>
  • Yemen's president Hadi names new central bank governor
    Yemen’s President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi appointed former finance minister Mohammed Zammam as head of the central bank, the state-run Saba news agency reported on Sunday. Yemen has been divided by nearly three years of civil war between the internationally recognized government, backed b   Details..>>
  • 85,000 displaced in 10 weeks of raging violence in Yemen: UN
    The UN said Friday that surging violence across Yemen had pushed some 85,000 people from their homes in the past 10 weeks, with hundreds continuing to flee each day. The UN refugee agency said more than 70 percent of those displaced since December 1 had fled a military escalation in the Hodeid   Details..>>
  • Yemen loyalists retake southwestern town from Houthis
    Yemeni government forces have retaken a key southwestern crossroads town from Houthis as they press an offensive up the Red Sea coast, military and medical sources said on Tuesday. The retaking of the town of Hays in heavy fighting that was accompanied by intense Saudi-led air strikes fol   Details..>>
  • Yemen Islamist party suspends membership of Nobel laureate Karman
    Yemeni Nobel Prize winner Tawakkol Karman was suspended from an Islamist party allied with President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi after she accused the Saudi-led coalition that backs him in the country’s civil war of acting as occupiers. Karman won the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize for her role in Arab S   Details..>>
  • Mass diphtheria vaccination campaign set to begin in Yemen
      In Yemen, the World Health Organization (WHO) and partners will kick-off a long-awaited mass vaccination campaign next week to contain the continued spread of diphtheria. The WHO says 1.4 million people in 41 districts that have reported diphtheria cases during the last month will be vac   Details..>>
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Saudi Arabia pledges $11 million to Yemen cholera outbreak it helped c
Saudi Arabia has pledged $11 million to tackle the cholera epidemic in Yemen - the worst outbreak of the disease in recent history, stemming from the kingdom's military intervention in the country Details..>>
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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..>>
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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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Nine killed in Iran unrest as hundreds detained
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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..>>
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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