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Revolution without revolutionaries: Making sense of the Arab Spring

11 June, 2018

Book review: Asef Bayat takes a fascinating look at the forces driving the Arab Spring, and the reasons for events that followed, writes Alain Gresh.

Saudi Arabia says new Yemen missile intercepted

11 June, 2018

Saudi Arabia has intercepted a missile fired from rebel-held territory in Yemen.

UAE-backed Yemeni army colonel assassinated in Taiz

10 June, 2018

A UAE-backed Yemeni army colonel was shot dead by an unidentified gunmen in Taiz, security officials said on Sunday.

Three killed in Saudi Arabia following Houthi missile attack

09 June, 2018

Three civilians have been killed when a Houthi missile fired from Yemen hit the town of Jizan, in southern Saudi Arabia.

UN warns attack on Yemen port threatens innocent civilians

09 June, 2018

UN warns a military attack or siege by Yemeni pro-government forces supported by US-backed, Saudi-led coalition on the port city of Hodeida will impact hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians.

Yemeni farmers denied visas to Netherlands for coffee convention

08 June, 2018

War and militias did not stop Yemeni farmers from attending a coffee trade show - the Dutch embassy did.

UN urges 'unhindered access' for aid to Somalia

08 June, 2018

Threats posed by the al-Shabab extremist group and the country's worsening humanitarian situation could undermine its political unity, the UN warned.

Hodeida attack 'puts 170,000 children in line of fire'

07 June, 2018

Any attack on Yemen's densely-populated Red Sea port will almost certainly result in a huge loss of civilian life, Save the Children said.

The magical thinking behind an attack on Hodeida

07 June, 2018

Comment: The steps between 'attack Hodeida' and 'peace', are less than clear, writes Eric Eikenberry.

Red Cross pulls out dozens over security threats

07 June, 2018

Dozens of humanitarian Red Cross workers have been pulled out from Yemen as security concerns continue to rise in the war-torn country

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