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Saudi Soldier Killed In Yemen’s Border Clashes Brigadier General Ahmed al-Assiri told reporters in his daily briefing on Saturday, there was continuous fighting from Friday afternoon until late night along the frontier in the southwestern Saudi region of Najran. The fighting along Saudi Arabia's border with Houthi militants has killed a soldier from the kingdom and s...
China’s Xi Jinping Urges Yemen Resolution ASAP "Chinese President Xi Jinping told Saudi Arabia's King Salman in a telephone call, to seek a political solution to the crisis in Yemen". China's Foreign Ministry said on Saturday. China, a low-key diplomatic player in the Middle East despite its reliance on oil from the region, has previously expressed concern at the ups...
Saudi Vows To Cover UN Aid Call For Yemen’s Humanitarian Appeal Saudi Arabia-led coalition of war against Yemen, pledged Saturday to cover the entire $274 million in humanitarian aid sought by the UN for conflict-torn Yemen. The United Nations says hundreds of people have died and thousands of families fled their homes since the air war was launched by Saudi Arabia on March 26. Figh...
Yemen Crisis: “The Violence Must End” By NRC "The Yemen crisis is getting totally out of control. We must have a cease-fire and a political process that can end the violence," says NRCs Secretary General, Jan Egeland. NRC is among the few humanitarian organisations that is still able to continue to work in the country. In a new assessment report released t...
Yemeni Scholars Living Abroad Condemn Saudi-led Coalition On Yemen A group of 18 Yemeni scholars and experts based in the United States and Britain published an open letter condemn the ongoing  Saudi bombing campaign in the different part of the Yemeni land. The letter, whose signatories include academics at Harvard, Oxford and Columbia universities, argued the Saudi-led war "is illegal ...
UN Issues $274 Million Appeal For Yemen The UN on Friday, April 17, in New York called for 273.7 million dollars in urgent aid to provide life-saving needs for civilians affected by the escalating conflict in Yemen. About 150,000 people have been displaced by fighting, according to the UN, with 12 million short of food. Meanwhile, al-Qaeda militants overr...
Millions of Yemenis face food insecurity amid escalating conflict, UN agency warns 15 April 2015 – Nearly 11 million people in Yemen are severely food insecure and millions more are at risk of being unable to meet their basic food needs, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Agency (FAO) said today, calling for $8 million in funding to support farmers amidst the escalating conflict. “We are entering ...
Turkey asks for peace in Yemen, not war by Harun Yahya Despite its geographic distance, Turkey is closer to Yemen in comparison to many other Arabic countries. These bonds are rooted in history, and also feelings of religious brotherhood are the source of this affection.  Turkey now has the opportunity to stand for its companion when Yemen requires it the most...
Those Talking About Mediation In Yemen Are Not ‘Right’: Saudi Minister ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia’s Minister on Religious Affairs Sheikh Saleh bin Abdul Aziz has said that those who are talking about mediation in Yemen conflict are not ‘right’ and should review their statements. Speaking in an exclusive interview that will be aired on Wednesday evening on Geo News, he expressed his desire that...
Tehran Calls For Ceasefire And ‘All Inclusive’ Talks Mr Hadi and Gulf allies have accused Iran of arming the Houthis, which Tehran strongly denies. Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday Tehran was proposing "a ceasefire followed by all-inclusive Yemeni dialogue that is facilitated by others, leading to the formation of a government in Yemen that rep...
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