• Israel ends ban on Palestinian farm exports, resolving trade spat
    Israel has ended its ban on Palestinian agricultural exports after the Palestinian Authority lifted its curb on calf imports from Israeli livestock farmers, the defense ministry said Thursday, seemingly resolving a months-long trade dispute. The Palestinian Authority had in September significa   Details..>>
  • UNICEF: 19 children killed in airstrikes in Yemen
    At least 19 children were killed in airstrikes in northern Yemen last weekend, and wounded nearly as many, UNICEF said in a Thursday statement. "UNICEF is sad to confirm that the recent attack in Al-Jawf, north of Yemen, on 15 February, took the lives of 19 children (eight boys and 11 girls) a   Details..>>
  • Egypt building wall along Gaza border: security source
    Egypt has begun building a concrete wall along its border with Gaza, said AFP journalists and a Palestinian security official from Hamas, which controls the enclave, on Wednesday. Dozens of workers aided by cranes could be seen erecting the structure, which will stretch from Gaza’s south   Details..>>
  • Devices found in missiles, Yemen drones link Iran to attacks
       A small instrument inside the drones that targeted the heart of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry and those in the arsenal of Yemen’s Houthis match components recovered in downed Iranian drones in Afghanistan and Iraq, two reports say. These gyroscopes have only been found i   Details..>>
  • Yemen landmine kills six in convoy carrying defense minister, who is unharmed
    Six Yemeni soldiers were killed when a convoy carrying the country’s defense minister was hit by a landmine explosion on Wednesday, but the minister was unharmed, government sources said. Muhammad Ali Maqdashi, defense minister for the internationally recognized government of Yemen, was   Details..>>
  • Israel plans new east Jerusalem settlement
    Israel has developed plans to build 9,000 settler homes in annexed east Jerusalem, the first such project in the city in more than 20 years, watchdog Peace Now said Tuesday. Details of the plan emerged a day after Israel’s transport ministry approved a controversial proposal to extend a   Details..>>
  • Tribal forces in Mahra province clash with Saudis
    Saudi troops have clashed with tribal forces in eastern Yemen's al-Mahra province near the Omani border, a tribal source told Al Jazeera. Saudi forces on Monday attempted to storm the town of Shahn "using heavy gunfire" that wounded at least one person, the source said, adding that helicopters   Details..>>
  • Death toll from strikes at 35, mostly children
     At least three dozen people, including 26 children and six women, were killed in airstrikes by Saudi-led forces in Yemen over the weekend, Yemen’s Houthis said, raising the death toll. The Iranian-backed Houthis have said the Saudi-led coalition carried out retaliatory airstrikes e   Details..>>
  • Yemen needs at least 1,000 postnatal units to save new-borns, health official says
    The health minister of the Houthi-led government based in Yemen’s capital Sanaa, Dr Taha Al-Mutawakkil, has said that the country needs at least 1,000 postnatal care units to save the lives of newborn babies, Al-Masirah has reported. Mutawakkil made his remarks during the National Sympos   Details..>>
  • ICC trial in The Hague one option for Sudan’s Bashir -minister
      Sudan could send former leader Omar Al-Bashir and other suspects to The Hague for trial before the International Criminal Court, but any decision would need approval from military and civilian rulers, the information minister said on Monday. “One possibility is that the ICC w   Details..>>
Local News
UNICEF: 19 children killed in airstrikes in Yemen
At least 19 children were killed in airstrikes in northern Yemen last weekend, and wounded nearly as many, UNICEF said in a Thursday statement. "UNICEF is sad to confirm that the recent attack i Details..>>
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Yemen fighting brings Saudi-led coalition to brink of collapse
  Yemen's government and the United Arab Emirates are supposedly on the same side in the country's long-running conflict. But the government is now accusing the UAE of killing dozens of its tr Details..>>
People &Economy
US, China negotiators resume trade war talks
Top US and Chinese negotiators held phone talks on Tuesday as the world’s top two economies seek to resolve their trade war, more than a week after they declared a truce. Talks had broken Details..>>
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Israel ends ban on Palestinian farm exports, resolving trade spat
Israel has ended its ban on Palestinian agricultural exports after the Palestinian Authority lifted its curb on calf imports from Israeli livestock farmers, the defense ministry said Thursday, see 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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