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US confident leading al-Qaeda bomb maker killed in Yemen

21 August, 2018

A leading al-Qaeda operative has been killed in Yemen, a source has told AFP.

War takes heavy toll on Yemeni children's mental wellbeing

20 August, 2018

Over five million people in Yemen have been found to be psychologically affected by the war, with children among those affected.

Rights group urges investigation into Yemen school bus massacre

20 August, 2018

Netherlands-based Rights Radar has called for an investigation into Saada after dozens of school children were killed in an airstrike.

Hizballah leader meets Yemen Houthi delegation

19 August, 2018

The leader of the Lebanese Shia group met with a delegation from the Houthi rebels to discuss developments in Yemen.

US supplied bomb that slaughtered dozens of Yemeni children

18 August, 2018

The bomb that killed 40 children in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a bus in northern Yemen was sold by the United States under a State Department deal with Riyadh.

Saudi ambassador releases videos showing 'link' between Hizballah, Houthis

18 August, 2018

Prince Khalid Bin Salman has released videos which he claims provides evidence that the Lebanese group Hizballah is linked to the Yemen Houthi one.

Saudi Arabia prepares for annual hajj pilgrimage

18 August, 2018

Authorities in Saudi Arabia are preparing for the official beginning of the hajj pilgrimage which starts on Sunday.

Hundreds of Egyptian Hajj pilgrims ‘poisoned’ in Saudi Arabia

16 August, 2018

118 pilgrims from Egypt had been struck by an unknown poisoning epidemic in their hotel in Saudi Arabia.

Congress, White House reaching breaking point on Yemen?

16 August, 2018

Comment: Tension is escalating between Congress and the administration concerning US support for coalition war crimes in Yemen, writes Eric Eikenberry.

'Arab NATO would be a disaster for democracy

16 August, 2018

Comment: An 'Arab NATO' would represent the final nail in the coffin for the region's wave of Arab revolutions, writes Sam Hamad.

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