• UN expresses ‘deep concern’ over escalating conflict in Yemen
    The United Nations' human rights office has expressed deep concern over the escalating conflict in Yemen, urging all sides to the ensure safety of civilians. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights spokeswoman, Ravina Shamdasani, on Tuesday condemned recent air strikes that left several civi   Details..>>
  • 11 dead as coalition bombs Yemen after UAE attack
    Eleven people were killed in air strikes on Yemen's Houthi-held capital, a witness and medical sources told AFP on Tuesday, as the Saudi-led coalition hit back after a deadly attack on Abu Dhabi that sent Gulf tensions soaring. Residents were combing the rubble for survivors after the strikes   Details..>>
  • UAE says it reserves right to respond after Yemen Houthi attack
     The United Arab Emirates (UAE) said Monday that it reserves the right to respond following an attack by Houthis in Yemen. "We condemn the [Houthis] targeting of civilian areas and facilities on Emirati soil today," the UAE Foreign Ministry said in a statement. “This heinous attac   Details..>>
  • Three killed in UAE capital in suspected drone attack claimed Houthis
    Yemen’s Houthi movement said Monday it had carried out a military attack on the United Arab Emirates as authorities in Abu Dhabi, the capital, announced suspected drone strikes targeted an industrial area and the airport, killing three people and wounding six others. The UAE’s stat   Details..>>
  • Somalia government spokesperson wounded in explosion in capital
    Somalia’s government spokesperson was wounded Sunday in a suicide bombing that the al-Shabab extremist group has claimed responsibility for. Mohamed Ibrahim Moalimuu appeared to be the sole target in Sunday’s attack near his residence by a busy intersection in the capital, Mogadish   Details..>>
  • Houthis reject UN call to free UAE-flagged ship
     Yemeni Houthis have rejected a UN request to release an Emirati-flagged vessel they seized earlier this month, along with its 11-member crew, saying the ship was carrying “military assets”. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has described the Rwabee as a “civilian cargo ves   Details..>>
  • First Sudan security death as coup opponents keep up protests
     Sudanese anti-coup protesters stabbed to death a police general on Thursday, authorities said, as thousands who kept up rallies against an October military coup faced tear gas. Brig. Gen. Ali Bareema Hamad, “fell martyr while doing his duties and securing protests” in the cap   Details..>>
  • 8 million children in Yemen need immediate education support
    The war in Yemen has left approximately 8.1 million school-aged girls and boys in need of education in emergencies support. Of the 8.1 million children, 1.65 million are internally displaced and 1.5 million are living with a disability, said the United Nation’s global fund for education   Details..>>
  • UN sounds alarm over military escalation in Yemen
     The UN on Wednesday sounded the alarm over continuing hostilities in Yemen, saying the warring parties have accelerated efforts to claim victory on the battlefield. Hans Grundberg, UN Secretary-General’s envoy to the war-torn nation, told the Security Council that the parties to th   Details..>>
  • Who are the UAE-backed Giants Brigades?
    It has been one of the most significant pro-Yemeni government forces victories in recent years: over two weeks, the Houthi movement was rolled back from its positions in the oil-rich southeastern province of Shabwah. One force, in particular, has been credited with this dramatic reversal: the   Details..>>
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UN expresses ‘deep concern’ over escalating conflict in Yemen
The United Nations' human rights office has expressed deep concern over the escalating conflict in Yemen, urging all sides to the ensure safety of civilians. The UN High Commissioner for Human R Details..>>
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How Yemen used the ‘War on Terror’ to suit its needs
     By Safa Al Ahmad On Sept. 11, 2001, I was between jobs and living in Washington, D.C. I woke up a few minutes before 9 a.m. and, as I always did, I turned on the televisio Details..>>
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Global stocks end 2021 with losses after a strong year
Global stock markets closed lower on Friday, the final trading session of 2021. The year saw strong overall gains as economies recovered despite ongoing restrictions caused by the coronavirus pand Details..>>
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Somalia government spokesperson wounded in explosion in capital
Somalia’s government spokesperson was wounded Sunday in a suicide bombing that the al-Shabab extremist group has claimed responsibility for. Mohamed Ibrahim Moalimuu appeared to be the sol Details..>>
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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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Algeria beat Qatar in Arab Cup semi-final
Algeria defeated Qatar 2-1 in a wild Arab Cup semi-final after scoring a winner in the 17th minute of stoppage time on Wednesday. Mohammed Belaili scored a rebound in the 107th minute after his Details..>>
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 One in three COVID-19 survivors in a study of more than 230,000 mostly American patients were diagnosed with a brain or psychiatric disorder within six months, suggesting the pandemic could Details..>>
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