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Two hurt in Saudi when projectile launched by Houthis hits hospital - Gulf Today

Two hurt in Saudi when projectile launched by Houthis hits hospitalGulf TodayNAJRAN (Saudi Arabia): Two Saudis citizens were injured when a projectile launched by Houthi elements from inside Yemeni territory fell at a hospital in a residential area in the Saudi city of Najran on Friday. Saudi Press Agency, SPA, quoted Captain ...and more »

Houthi missile kills 6 Saudi soldiers - Middle East Monitor;

Houthi missile kills 6 Saudi soldiers - Middle East Monitor

Middle East MonitorHouthi missile kills 6 Saudi soldiersMiddle East MonitorA ballistic missile attack has targeted a Saudi military base inside Saudi Arabia, killing six soldiers, Press TV reported. The missile attack killed six Saudi Arabian soldiers at the Al-Shabakah military base, located in southern Saudi Arabia's Najran ...and more »

Yemeni missile hits Saudi base, kills six soldiers - Kashmir Observer;

Yemeni missile hits Saudi base, kills six soldiers - Kashmir Observer

Kashmir ObserverYemeni missile hits Saudi base, kills six soldiersKashmir ObserverThe Yemeni forces have recently stepped up their retaliatory assaults against Riyadh's deadly war on the impoverished country. Sanna—Yemeni army soldiers, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, have conducted a fresh missile attack against ...and more »

2 Saudis Injured in Projectile Attack from Yemen - Asharq Al-awsat English;

2 Saudis Injured in Projectile Attack from Yemen - Asharq Al-awsat English

Asharq Al-awsat English2 Saudis Injured in Projectile Attack from YemenAsharq Al-awsat EnglishSaudi soldiers take their position at Saudi Arabia's border with Yemen April 6, 2015. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser. Trump Says Response Needed on North Korea - OHCHR: Correction to News Reports Appearing in Qatari Media - Putin Extends Embargo on ...and more »

Battles intensify in Yemen's oil-rich province, dozens killed - Global Times

Battles intensify in Yemen's oil-rich province, dozens killedGlobal TimesDozens were killed on Thursday when fierce battles intensified between government armed forces and Shiite Houthi rebels in Yemen's oil-rich central province of Marib, a military official said, as troops have achieved a major advance in the area. The ...and more »

Cholera epidemic: 40000 new cases reported in Yemen during past week - Outbreak News Today;

Cholera epidemic: 40000 new cases reported in Yemen during past week - Outbreak News Today

Outbreak News TodayCholera epidemic: 40000 new cases reported in Yemen during past weekOutbreak News TodayThe Ministry of Public Health and Population of Yemen has recorded a total of 39,688 suspected cholera cases and 183 associated deaths during the period 22 to 27 June 2017. According to a World Health Organization Daily Epidemiology update today, ...and more »

How Yemen has become a haven of human trafficking - Gulf Times;

How Yemen has become a haven of human trafficking - Gulf Times

Gulf TimesHow Yemen has become a haven of human traffickingGulf TimesThe ongoing armed conflict in Yemen, raging since 2015, total breakdown of law and order, cholera epidemic, and the resulting grinding poverty have pushed the country into a haven of human trafficking and other related crimes. According to US State ...and more »

US, Gulf Allies, Must Own Up to Their Role in Yemen's Human Rights Abuses - Human Rights Watch;

US, Gulf Allies, Must Own Up to Their Role in Yemen's Human Rights Abuses - Human Rights Watch

Human Rights WatchUS, Gulf Allies, Must Own Up to Their Role in Yemen's Human Rights AbusesHuman Rights WatchA Yemeni man recently phoned me about two relatives who have been secretly detained for more than a year in southern Yemen. He hoped that international attention—notably in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the United States—could help him find out ...and more »

The US Helps Run Secret Prisons in Yemen - Paste Magazine;

The US Helps Run Secret Prisons in Yemen - Paste Magazine

Paste MagazineThe US Helps Run Secret Prisons in YemenPaste MagazineOur crimes continue in Yemen. Saudi Arabia is fighting the Houthis. The United States is backing the Saudi-led coalition. Are we ever. Obama did it. Trump does it. We back the Saudi coalition as they bomb hospitals, as they block aid ships, as they ...and more »

News Analysis: Peace in Yemen requires all sides to drop own interests - Xinhua

News Analysis: Peace in Yemen requires all sides to drop own interestsXinhuaSANAA, June 29 (Xinhua) -- Peace in Yemen requires efforts from local peacemakers and foreign peace backers, observers said, as all are "investing" in war for their own interests at the expense of peace. Yemen is facing the world's worst humanitarian ...and more »

Conflict Driving Cholera Outbreak, Food Insecurity In Yemen - Kaiser Family Foundation

Conflict Driving Cholera Outbreak, Food Insecurity In YemenKaiser Family FoundationIn May, a senior U.N. humanitarian official declared that Yemen was site of 'the world's largest food security crisis.' More than 17 million desperately need food, and nearly seven million of those are 'one step away from famine.' Last week came the ...and more »

Yemen is now facing the world's worst cholera outbreak - Walta Information Center (blog)

Yemen is now facing the world's worst cholera outbreakWalta Information Center (blog)The water-borne disease has rapidly spread across the country since April, with more than 220,000 suspected cases reported. A statement by Unicef and the World Health Organization says the number of suspected. So far more than 1,300 people have died ...and more »

Yemen's cholera outbreak — no easy answers - American Enterprise Institute

Yemen's cholera outbreak — no easy answersAmerican Enterprise InstituteOne wonders what the World Health Organization (WHO) will do about the world's worst cholera outbreak in Yemen. Cholera is an acute diarrheal disease that is transmitted through contaminated drinking water, which can be fatal within hours if left ...and more »

Yemen army retakes district from Houthis - Middle East Monitor;

Yemen army retakes district from Houthis - Middle East Monitor

Middle East MonitorYemen army retakes district from HouthisMiddle East MonitorYemen's national army led by President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi retook a district in the Marib from Houthi control, reported Al Arabiya. The Popular Resistance forces helped retaken Al-Mukhadara district in Marib by making military advancements from the ...and more »

Feature: Yemenis celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid war, cholera - Xinhua;

Feature: Yemenis celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid war, cholera - Xinhua

XinhuaFeature: Yemenis celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid war, choleraXinhuaA Yemeni infant suspected of being infected with cholera receives treatment at Sabaeen Hospital in Sanaa, on June 13, 2017. (AFP photo). SANAA, June 29 (Xinhua) -- At al-Sabeen park in Yemen's capital Sanaa, parents can forget the daily war event ...and more »

Feature: Yemenis celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid war, disease - Xinhua

Feature: Yemenis celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid war, diseaseXinhuaSANAA, June 29 (Xinhua) -- At al-Sabeen park in Yemen's capital Sanaa, parents can forget the daily war event temporarily as they saw their children play on swings and with toy guns, at least for the few days of Eid al-Fitr festival. Ahmed al-Mutawakil ...and more »

UNICEF: Yemen Cholera Cases Surpassed 200000 - Al-Manar TV;

UNICEF: Yemen Cholera Cases Surpassed 200000 - Al-Manar TV

Al-Manar TVUNICEF: Yemen Cholera Cases Surpassed 200000Al-Manar TVUNICEF, the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, said it was sending aids aid to Yemen, hoping to beat back the two-month cholera outbreak which has spread to 218,000 people. Three UNICEF charter planes have delivered 36 tons of ...and more »

Yemen: Cholera toll increases to 1400, over 2 lakh infected - Odisha Sun Times;

Yemen: Cholera toll increases to 1400, over 2 lakh infected - Odisha Sun Times

Odisha Sun TimesYemen: Cholera toll increases to 1400, over 2 lakh infectedOdisha Sun TimesSanaa: Cholera infection has killed 1,400 people and infected 218,798 others in Yemen in just two months, the largest epidemic to hit a single Arab country, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced. The rapidly spreading cholera outbreak in ...and more »

Yemen war brings compounding disasters - The Daily Star;

Yemen war brings compounding disasters - The Daily Star

The Daily StarYemen war brings compounding disastersThe Daily StarCAIRO: More than two years of civil war have led to continually compounding disasters in Yemen. Fighting rages on in a deadly stalemate. The economy has been bombed into ruins. Hunger is widespread, and a new misery has been added: the world's ...and more »

WHO hopes Yemeni cholera outbreak is half done at 218000 cases - Thomson Reuters Foundation;

WHO hopes Yemeni cholera outbreak is half done at 218000 cases - Thomson Reuters Foundation

Thomson Reuters FoundationWHO hopes Yemeni cholera outbreak is half done at 218000 casesThomson Reuters FoundationThe WHO saw a risk that cholera could affect 300,000 people within six months. But it spread at double that speed. By Tom Miles. GENEVA, June 27 (Reuters) - A major cholera outbreak in Yemen may have reached the halfway mark at 218,798 cases as a ...and more »