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Attack near Red Sea strait kills 31, mostly Somali migrants - Normangee Star;

Attack near Red Sea strait kills 31, mostly Somali migrants - Normangee Star

Normangee StarAttack near Red Sea strait kills 31, mostly Somali migrantsNormangee StarEarlier Friday, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said 31 migrants were reportedly killed in the incident. There were 91 survivors, some of whom were hospitalized, he said. Laurent De Boeck, the head of the Yemeni office for the ...and more »

Houthis detain 7 medical aid workers - Arab News;

Houthis detain 7 medical aid workers - Arab News

Arab NewsHouthis detain 7 medical aid workersArab NewsA man attends a rally with supporters of the Houthi movement and Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh to mark two years of the military intervention by the Saudi-led coalition, in Sanaa, Yemen, in this March 26, 2017 photo. (REUTERS). SANAA: ...and more »

Yemen: Houthi militia holding dozens of trucks filled with food - Al-Arabiya;

Yemen: Houthi militia holding dozens of trucks filled with food - Al-Arabiya

Al-ArabiyaYemen: Houthi militia holding dozens of trucks filled with foodAl-ArabiyaHouthi militia and Saleh loyalists stopped and held on to trucks filled with food items in Dhamar. (Twitter). Staff writer, Al Arabiya English Saturday, 1 April 2017. Text size A A A. Houthi militia and Saleh loyalists stopped and held on to trucks ...and more »

Uneasy Progress in the Yemeni Conflict - STRATFOR;

Uneasy Progress in the Yemeni Conflict - STRATFOR

STRATFORUneasy Progress in the Yemeni ConflictSTRATFORIn the past few weeks, Yemeni government forces backed by GCC-led airstrikes made advances in the Nehim and Sirwah districts, northeast of the capital of Sanaa. Clashes broke out after Houthi rebel fighters encroached on government-held territory in ...and more »

Does the Road to Tehran really lie through Sana'a? - LobeLog;

Does the Road to Tehran really lie through Sana'a? - LobeLog

LobeLogDoes the Road to Tehran really lie through Sana'a?LobeLogThe Washington Post reports that “The Pentagon is looking to increase support for Saudi Arabia's two-year-old war against Houthi rebels in Yemen[. …] The Pentagon views increased support for the Saudi-led coalition as one way of potentially pushing ...and more »

UN special envoy warns against military operation on Yemen port - Daily Mail

UN special envoy warns against military operation on Yemen portDaily MailWASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) - The United Nations does not advocate a military operation in and around Yemen's Hodeidah port where more than 70 percent of Yemen's food imports and humanitarian aid is delivered, the U.N. special envoy to Yemen ...and more »

Yemeni rebels detain 7 from medical aid group - ABC News

Yemeni rebels detain 7 from medical aid groupABC NewsYemeni rebels have detained seven local employees of a humanitarian aid group and accused them of spying for foreign intelligence, security officials said Friday. The rebels, known as Houthis, raided a hotel the humanitarian group was using in Ibb ...and more »

Saudi war seeks to install puppet regime in Yemen: Houthi - Press TV;

Saudi war seeks to install puppet regime in Yemen: Houthi - Press TV

Press TVSaudi war seeks to install puppet regime in Yemen: HouthiPress TVThe leader of Yemen's Houthi Ansarullah movement, Abdul Malik Badreddin al-Houthi, speaks during a televised speech in the capital Sana'a, March 31, 2017. The leader of Yemen's Houthi Ansarullah movement says Saudi Arabia's military aggression ...and more »

Bombing port in Yemen would further humanitarian catastrophe - Rescue

Bombing port in Yemen would further humanitarian catastropheRescue"The IRC is deeply concerned by reports that the U.S. is considering increasing military assistance to the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen. We are particularly alarmed by emerging information that this attack could target Yemen's ...and more »

After 2 Years Of War, Yemen Is A Hellscape Of Bombs, Hunger And Misery - Carbonated.tv (blog);

After 2 Years Of War, Yemen Is A Hellscape Of Bombs, Hunger And Misery - Carbonated.tv (blog)

Carbonated.tv (blog)After 2 Years Of War, Yemen Is A Hellscape Of Bombs, Hunger And MiseryCarbonated.tv (blog)As Riyadh continues its battle against Iran for regional supremacy in the Middle East, the biggest losers in the entire equation remain Yemeni civilians. Carbonated Embed Player. The month of March marks two years since Saudi Arabia launched a military ...and more »

The world must not allow the situation in Yemen to fester anymore - The Express Tribune (blog);

The world must not allow the situation in Yemen to fester anymore - The Express Tribune (blog)

The Express Tribune (blog)The world must not allow the situation in Yemen to fester anymoreThe Express Tribune (blog)The Middle East has had a tumultuous history and the region's politics have been anything but composed and calm. There are many fault lines that run through the geographic, social and ethnic divisions, and as a result, conflict and turmoil have never ...and more »

US: Houthi capabilities threaten navigation in Bab Al-Mandab - Middle East Monitor;

US: Houthi capabilities threaten navigation in Bab Al-Mandab - Middle East Monitor

Middle East MonitorUS: Houthi capabilities threaten navigation in Bab Al-MandabMiddle East MonitorHouthi fighters in Yemen have developed military capabilities which threaten the freedom of navigation in the strategic Bab El-Mandab strait, a US army general warned on Wednesday. General Joseph Votel told the House Armed Services Committee that the ...and more »

New Report Shows Iran's Deepening Role in Yemen - The Media Express;

New Report Shows Iran's Deepening Role in Yemen - The Media Express

The Media ExpressNew Report Shows Iran's Deepening Role in YemenThe Media ExpressA report released by Critical Threats Project of the American Enterprise Institute, suggests Iran has sent advisers from Shiite proxies, including Afghan forces, to train Houthi units and provide logistical support as part of its efforts to widen its ...and more »

If Yemen's UN envoy wants peace, he should speak to more Yemenis - Middle East Eye

If Yemen's UN envoy wants peace, he should speak to more YemenisMiddle East EyeThe UN envoy to Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, has just concluded a European tour, apparently meeting senior officials in London, Paris and Berlin before flying to Abu Dhabi to meet the Emirati foreign minister. The Saudi-led intervention gave the ...and more »