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Saudi Air Defence Intercepts Two Houthi Drones - Report

Yemen's Shia Houthi rebels launched a new attack on the international airport in Saudi Arabia's southwest city of Abha, local media reported on Monday. The report is yet to be confirmed by Riyadh.
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, Drones, Airports

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How A U.s.-iran War Could Get Nasty

David Axe Security, Middle East The Trump-Iran showdown is heading up. Oil tankers have burned on the Persian Gulf, allegedly victims of Iranian attack. An American drone was shot down over Yemen by rebel forces who reportedly have enjoyed some...
Related topics: Iran, Drones

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Sudan's Political Turmoil Creates Window Of Opportunity For Washington

Joe Boueiz, Olivia Giles Security, Middle East America can work to stymie Sudanese military support for the war effort in Yemen by helping to improve economic conditions in Sudan. Sudanese protestors succeeded in ousting long-term president Omar...
Related topics: Sudan, Military

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The Road To Perdition - 10 Cautionary Tenets About Us Air Power

Authored by William Astore via TomDispatch.com, The American Cult of Bombing and Endless War From Syria to Yemen in the Middle East, Libya to Somalia in Africa, Afghanistan to Pakistan in South Asia, an American aerial curtain has descended across...
Related topics: Syria, Libya, Somalia, South Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan

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Monday’s News Brief: World Population, Desertification Day, Ocean Protection, Nigeria, Yemen And...

To start this week, we cover: food aid diversions in Yemen; 9.7 billion of people on earth by 2050; Law of the Sea Convention; World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought; triple suicide bombing in Nigeria; and a solar power plant for health...
Related topics: Nigeria, Gaza Strip, Palestine, Solar Power

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Yemeni Children ‘dying Right Now’ Due To Food Aid Diversions Beasley Warns Security Council

Food continues to be taken “from the mouths of hungry little boys and little girls” in many areas of Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels, warned the head of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) on Monday, who said the agency would be forced to...

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Yemen’s Houthis Target Saudi Airports

The Houthi insurgents claimed hitting a southern Saudi airport with a cruise missile, as well as drone strikes.
Related topics: Airports, Drones

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Iran's Hand Seems Nearby In Latest Saudi Missile Attack

The overnight attack by Houthi forces in Yemen on a Saudi Arabian airport represents a significant escalation in their ongoing war. That's partly because the attack wounded 26 civilians and could have killed many more. But it's also because Iran's...
Related topics: Iran, Airports

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Militants Blow Up Oil Pipeline In Southeastern Yemen - Source

CAIRO (Sputnik) - Unidentified militants blew up an oil pipeline in the Shabwah Governorate in southeastern Yemen, a source in the provincial administration said on Tuesday.
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Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Disability Inclusion, Minimum Wage, And Lgbti Rights In Botswana

This Tuesday, we cover: a new strategy for disability inclusion; continued talks on social justice at the international labour conference; an update on Yemen; a historic Security Council resolution on missing persons in conflict; and same-sex rights...
Related topics: Botswana

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Un Security Council Offers Yemen Special Envoy ‘their Full Support’

Security Council members issued a statement on Monday offering “their full support” to the UN Special Envoy for Yemen, Martin Griffiths, after he had reportedly come in for criticism by the Government.

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In War-torn Yemen A Mother And 6 Newborns Die Every Two Hours During Labor

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) stated that “every two hours, a mother and six newborns die in Yemen due to complications in pregnancy or childbirth.” The data was included in a report issued by the organisation, Monday. UNICEF...

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[ilya Somin] Legal Scholars' Letter On Initiating A Congressional Lawsuit To End Illegal Us Role In...

Children walk through a badly damaged neighborhood in Aden, Yemen. A cross-ideological group of constitutional and national security law scholars recently submitted a letter to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi urging her and the House of...
Related topics: Lawsuits, Nancy Pelosi

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Citing Slaughter In Yemen, Senators Launch New Effort To Block Trump From Selling More Us-made...

Jessica Corbett, staff writerA bipartisan pair of senators announced late Sunday their plan to introduce a privileged resolution Monday in hopes of using congressional oversight to block U.S. arms sales and other "security" assistance to Saudi...
Related topics: Saudi Arabia

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The American Cult Of Bombing

William J. Astore analyzes the fallacies behind the U.S. drive to wage war from the air.  By William J. Astore TomDispatch.com From Syria to Yemen in the Middle East, Libya to Somalia in Africa, Afghanistan to Pakistan in South Asia, an…Read...
Related topics: Syria, Libya, Somalia, South Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan

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Senators Make Bipartisan Push To Halt Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia

Senators are making a new bipartisan effort to block the Trump administration’s arms sales to Saudi Arabia, a sign that Congress remains unsatisfied with the United States’ relationship with the kingdom amid a civil war in neighboring Yemen and...
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom

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A Retired Us Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Provides A Startling Look Into America’s ‘cult Of...

From Syria to Yemen in the Middle East, Libya to Somalia in Africa, Afghanistan to Pakistan in South Asia, an American aerial curtain has descended across a huge swath of the planet. Its stated purpose: combatting terrorism. Its primary method:...
Related topics: Syria, Libya, Somalia, South Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Terrorism

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In Photos: The Houthi Fundraising Campaign For Hezbollah

Both photos and videos clearly show Yemeni people donating money to support Hezbollah, despite the current hardships plaguing Yemen.
Related topics: World Photos, Hezbollah, World Videos

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Houthi Drone Attack Halts Saudi-led Coalition Parade In Yemeni Capital – Reports

Yemen's Houthi militants have stepped up drone and rocket attacks against Saudi Arabia in recent months, with Saudi air defences, both in Yemen and Saudi Arabia, regularly intercepting explosive-laden unmanned aerial vehicles and missiles.
Related topics: Drones, Saudi Arabia

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250 Ethiopian Migrants Detained In Yemen Fly Home

The International Organization for Migration reports two flights carrying an estimated 250 Ethiopian migrants are expected to depart Yemen Saturday for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as part of a larger ongoing repatriation operation. The UN migration...
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