Yemen

Five British Commandos Injured In Secret Operations In Northern Yemen – Reports

London was not previously thought to be directly involved in fighting in Yemen against the Houthi militia, even though it was known to have supplied arms and training support to Saudi Arabia for many decades.
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Us Says Iran Missile Program Destabilizing Middle East

A senior U.S. arms control official said on Tuesday that Iran's missile program is destabilizing the Middle East and raising the risk of a "regional arms race" through the provision of such weapons to armed groups in Lebanon and Yemen. U.S....
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Arms Sales To U.s. Allies In Yemen Are Endangering American Lives

Doug Bandow Security, Middle East Washington's policy in Yemen is both hypocritical and dangerous. The Trump administration has made Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates the foundation of its anti-Iran strategy. As a result, Washington,...
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Yemen Has Coordinates Of Riyadh, Abu Dhabi Targets, Ready To Retaliate – Report

This comes as Yemen remains locked in a conflict between government forces led by President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi and Houthi rebels.
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Wanted: Patient Diplomacy In Yemen

Gordon Gray Security, Middle East Sanaa has become the centerpiece of a struggle among regional power centers, and the battle for control over it will not end soon. Recent Congressional debates about the Yemen war have put a high priority on...
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World In Brief – March 14, 2019

World In Brief – March 14, 2019 Welcome to the World In Brief with Ernest Dempsey. The stories on today’s edition include: US Senate votes against support for Saudi war in Yemen – White House threatens veto. Italian...
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With Yemen Vote, Congress Takes Aim At Trump's Foreign Policy

Hunter DeRensis Yemen, Middle East Congress invokes the 1973 War Powers Act to end the U.S. war in Yemen. How will the White House respond? It’s rare in modern history that Congress votes to affirm a war. It’s unprecedented for legislators to...
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Senate Passes Historic War Powers Resolution On Yemen

In a major step toward ending U.S. complicity in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, the Senate on Wednesday passed a War Powers resolution to cut off American military support for the Saudi-led coalition’s assault on Yemen. The final...
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The Senate Vote On Yemen Sets Up A Possible Fight Between President Trump And Congress And He...

An explosion and smoke rise after an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition at a weapons depot in Sanaa, Yemen, Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. Saudi Arabia is leading a coalition of mainly Gulf nations fighting the Houthis, who seized the capital, Sanaa,...
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Macro Briefing: 14 March 2019

US grounds Boeing 737 Max and new deliveries of plane are frozen: Reuters Senate votes to end US military support for Saudi-led war in Yemen: USA Today UK Parliament rejects a no-deal Brexit: CBS Trump says he’s in ‘no rush’ to...
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Senate Rebuffs Trump With Vote Cutting Off U.s. Support In Yemen

The Senate on Wednesday gave President Donald Trump’s foreign policy yet another vote of no-confidence, approving a resolution to cut off U.S. support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen’s bloody civil war. Seven Republicans joined all members...
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Senate To Vote Again To End Aid To Saudi War In Yemen

The Senate will vote to cut off military aid for Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen, in another rebuke of the president’s defense of the kingdom over the killing of a dissident journalist.
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Senator Sanders Seeks Backing For Measure Forcing Us Pullout From Yemen Conflict

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Congress needs to end US backing for the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen’s conflict during a historic vote on Wednesday because American participation has never received congressional approval, Senator Bernie Sanders said in...

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Senate Set To Again Admonish Trump Over Yemen On Wednesday

The Senate will vote Wednesday on a resolution to withdraw U.S. support for the bloody Saudi-led war in Yemen that will be a direct rebuke of President Donald Trump. The resolution, led by Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Chris...
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Un Agency: Thousands Trapped In Yemen's Northern Flashpoint

A U.N. humanitarian agency warned in a report Tuesday that thousands of Yemeni civilians caught in fierce clashes between warring factions are trapped in an embattled northern district. The number of displaced in the district of Hajjah has doubled...

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Clashes Break Out In Yemen's Key Port City After Cease-fire

Yemeni security officials and eyewitnesses say that fighting has erupted in the key port city of Hodeida, the first significant clashes since warring sides agreed to a U.N.-brokered cease-fire deal in December.   They say the combat began...

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From The Field: Rebuilding Yemen’s Future From The Ground Up

The ongoing conflict in Yemen has had a devastating impact on the Gulf country and while UN agencies continue to meet the immediate humanitarian needs of the Yemeni people, at least one UN agency has already begun planning for a future without war.

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Trump Administration Rolls Back Obama's Last-minute Drone Strike Reporting Requirements

After years of increasing overseas drone strikes, the Obama administration briefly attempted to salvage its reputation. Having turned countries like Syria and Yemen into the Killingest Places on Earth, Obama drafted a few rules to rein in the use of...
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Royal Wedding Got Triple The Media Coverage Of Yemen In 2018

That ratio is symptomatic of negative trends at the major networks, writes Jim Lobe.  By Jim Lobe Inter Press Service The ongoing war in Yemen, called the world’s “worst humanitarian disaster” by the United Nations and independent aid...

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Arab Raid Led To Freedom For American Hostage In Yemen

Danny Lavone Burch, who worked for an oil company in Yemen, was rescued last week in an operation led by the United Arab Emirates with help from the United States.
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