• UN encouraged experts may get to visit oil tanker off Yemen
    The United Nations said Friday it is encouraged that a U.N. team may be able to visit an oil tanker loaded with 1.1 million barrels of crude oil that is moored off the coast of Yemen, posing a serious risk to Red Sea marine life, desalination plants and shipping. Houthis, who control the area   Details..>>
  • Remittances dropped by 80% in Yemen: Oxfam
    Cash transfers from Yemenis abroad to their country have declined by 80 per cent in the first four months of 2020, Oxfam announced on Thursday. “Remittances dropped by 80 per cent – or $253 million – in the first four months of 2020 as a result of mass job losses across the G   Details..>>
  • Lebanon ‘spiralling out of control,’ says UN rights chief
     Lebanon's economic crisis is getting out of hand, the UN rights chief warned Friday, calling for urgent internal reforms coupled with international support to prevent further mayhem. Michelle Bachelet, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, said the social fabric of the c   Details..>>
  • UN warns 10 million face acute food shortages in Yemen
    Nearly 10 million people are facing acute food shortages in Yemen and urgent action is needed to avert a famine, the United Nations's World Food Programme (WFP) has said. The WFP said on Friday it needed $737m to the end of the year to keep its aid programme running in the war-torn country, wh   Details..>>
  • Yemen cemetery struggles to dig enough graves as coronavirus spreads
      In Yemen’s Taiz, cemetery supervisor Dabwan al-Makhlaafi had to hire mechanical diggers to keep up with demand for new graves at a cemetery originally built for fallen government fighters, as coronavirus spreads through the war-torn country.   “Workers were not abl   Details..>>
  • Saudi-led coalition says explosive boats destroyed in Red Sea
    The Saudi-led military coalition fighting the Houthi group in Yemen said it destroyed two explosive-laden boats in the Red Sea, according to Saudi state TV. The two remotely controlled boats were threatening navigation, the coalition said on Thursday. The boats were destroyed south of the Yeme   Details..>>
  • Jerusalem offers a grim model for a post-annexation future
     It’s hard to say what exactly will change in the West Bank if Israel follows through on its plans to annex parts of the occupied territory, but east Jerusalem, which was annexed more than a half-century ago, may provide some answers. Israeli leaders paint Jerusalem as a model of co   Details..>>
  • Houthis threaten to attack Saudi royal palaces
    Yemen’s Houthi group on Tuesday threatened to attack royal palaces in Saudi Arabia. Speaking at a press conference in Sanaa, Houthi spokesman Yahya Saree called on Saudi civilians and residents to stay away from palaces of Saudi officials. “These palaces have become on the list o   Details..>>
  • UK to resume Saudi arms exports despite Yemen war concerns
    The United Kingdom will resume weapons sales to Saudi Arabia despite international concerns that some could be used in the war in Yemen. International Trade Secretary Liz Truss told Parliament on Tuesday that a government assessment suggested, "There is not a clear risk that the export of arms   Details..>>
  • France-Turkey spat over Libya arms exposes NATO’s limits
    The festering dispute between France and Turkey over a naval standoff in the Mediterranean Sea has shone a glaring searchlight on NATO’s struggle to keep order among its ranks and exposed weaknesses in a military alliance that can only take action by consensus. The dispute has also revea   Details..>>
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UN encouraged experts may get to visit oil tanker off Yemen
The United Nations said Friday it is encouraged that a U.N. team may be able to visit an oil tanker loaded with 1.1 million barrels of crude oil that is moored off the coast of Yemen, posing a ser 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..>>
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Oil crisis puts 300m livelihoods at risk, says IEA chief
 The jobs and livelihoods of some 300 million people are at risk in the current crisis in the global oil business, according to Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Age Details..>>
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Lebanon ‘spiralling out of control,’ says UN rights chief
 Lebanon's economic crisis is getting out of hand, the UN rights chief warned Friday, calling for urgent internal reforms coupled with international support to prevent further mayhem. Miche 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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