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Ansarullah Movement Says Open to More Talks

“If we leave these consultations having made progress — progress in building confidence and finding a framework — we can hold a new round of talks” in the coming months, the spokesman and chief negotiator for the movement said on Sunday. Speaking on the sidelines of the talks that are ...

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Number of Yemenis in food crisis or emergency could hit 20mn, warns WFP

The UN food agency says more than 15 million people in Yemen are in food “crisis” or “emergency,” warning that the number could increase to 20 million without sustained food aid, as the brutal war imposed by Saudi Arabia on the impoverished nation nears its fourth anniversary. The World Food Programme (WFP), ...

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UN: Yemen on Brink of Major Catastrophe

Local Editor UN aid Chief Mark Lowcock has warned that Yemen is “on the brink of a major catastrophe”. Wrapping up his trip, Lowcock said conditions had deteriorated alarmingly since his last visit in October 2017. “In Aden, I met emaciated children so malnourished they could barely open their eyes,” ...

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Riyadh Submits to Ansarullah Demand to Evacuate Injured Fighters

Local Editor Saudi Arabia submitted to Yemen’s demands to evacuate 50 wounded Ansarullah fighters to Oman for treatment ahead of new UN-brokered peace talks. A UN-chartered plane will arrive at Sana’a airport Monday to evacuate the wounded revolutionaries accompanied by three Yemeni doctors and a UN doctor, Saudi military spokesman ...

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Houthis vow to liberate southern Yemen on anniversary

A senior Houthi official says Yemen will liberate the country’s south from the grip of separatists and aggressors led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Mahdi al-Mashat, the senior political leader of the popular resistance movement, made the remarks in a statement on the occasion of the 55th ...

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UN concerned over falling imports at Yemen’s lifeline port

The United Nations has warned that operations at the strategic Yemeni port of Hudaydah have plunged by nearly 50 percent over the past two weeks, making it difficult for local residents to afford their basic commodities in the wake of the recent wave of violence there. The World Food Programme ...

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Amal Hussein, face of starving Yemen, dies at 7

Picture published by The New York Times shows Amal Hussein, an acutely-malnourished seven-year-old Yemeni girl, before her death. A seven-year-old severely malnourished Yemeni girl, whose picture recently further alerted the international community to the disaster-hit nation’s plight, has died amid the ongoing Saudi-led war on the country. On Saturday, various ...

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War-stricken Yemen ‘living hell’ for all children: UN official

In this September 27, 2018 photo, a father gives water to his malnourished daughter at a feeding center in a hospital in western Yemeni province of Hudaydah. (Photo by AP) Yemen has turned into a “living hell” for all children with thousands dying every year from malnutrition and easily preventable ...

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Child dies among 3 others in Saudi raids on Yemen

The aftermath of a Saudi-led airstrike in western Yemen as seen on September 16, 2018 (Photo by AFP) Saudi Arabian warplanes strike al-Hudaydah and Sa’ada Provinces in western Yemen, killing three people, including a child. The aircraft targeted two displaced families in al-Hali District in al-Hudaydah, which lies along the ...

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Yemen Continues to Develop Its Deterrence Missile Systems

After more than three years of the US-Saudi-UAE aggression on Yemen, the curse of Yemeni ballistic missiles continues to haunt the enemies. They stand helpless trying to destroy or limit the missiles launch and development capabilities. Even US most advanced Patriot missile defense system was neutralized and no longer effective ...

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