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Saudi Arabia told by UK minister to stop blocking Yemen aid

Saudi Arabia has “no excuse” for blocking aid to Yemen, the international development secretary, Penny Mordaunt, said as she warned…

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Denmark bans another Saudi Wahhabi ‘hate preacher’

Denmark’s Immigration Authority has added a Saudi cleric to a blacklist of “hate preachers” banned from entering the European country.…

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World

Russia suspends own diplomatic presence in war-torn Yemen: Foreign Ministry

Russia says it has temporarily ended Moscow’s diplomatic presence in war-torn Yemen due to the current “situation in Sana’a,” as…

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Yemen

Saudi airstrikes on training base kill 26 people in Yemen’s Hajjah province

At least 26 Yemenis have lost their lives after warplanes belong to the Saudi-led military coalition hit a training camp…

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World

Tillerson warns Saudi Arabia about its actions in Middle East

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has warned Saudi Arabia about “the consequences” of its actions in the Middle East.…

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Yemen

1st aid ship enters Yemen’s port after three-week blockade: Official

A ship carrying 5,500 tonnes of flour has docked in Yemen’s Hudaydah port in the Red Sea, the first since…

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Saudi Arab

Facts defy triumphant Saudi perception of Yemen war

A close analysis of the battlefield in Yemen casts serious doubt on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s perception of…

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Yemen

UN aid workers return to Yemen on first flight to Sanaa

A flight carrying humanitarian aid workers landed in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa on Saturday, the first after a nearly…

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Yemen

Saudi blockade of Yemen still in place, amounts to collective punishment: Aid agency

A major aid agency says Saudi Arabia’s crippling blockade of Yemen is an “illegal collective punishment” of the Yemeni nation,…

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Yemen

32 flights to Yemen have been canceled since Saudi tightened blockade: UN

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, has said that a total…

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