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Yemen's pro-government forces capture routes leading to Hodeida

12 September, 2018

Pro-government forces have captured two key routes which lead towards the 'ghost town' port city of Hodeida.

UN envoy seeks to revive Yemen peace talks

11 September, 2018

UN envoy Martin Griffiths told the Security Council he will be travelling to Muscat, Sanaa and Riyadh to secure a firm commitment from the parties to revive the peace talks.

Dubai port operator to sue Djibouti

11 September, 2018

DP World has said it will pursue legal action against the Djibouti government after the part nationalisation of a port part-owned by the Dubai-based company.

Remember 9/11, but don't forget victims of its wars

11 September, 2018

Comment: America's response to 9/11 unleashed illegal, ongoing wars and occupation that have killed hundreds of thousands, writes Usaid Siddiqui.

Spain back-pedals after cancelling bomb sales to Saudi Arabia

11 September, 2018

Ties between long-time allies Madrid and Riyadh were put to the test last week when Spain's defence ministry said it was cancelling a deal to sell bombs to Saudi Arabia.

Egyptian arrested after eating breakfast with Saudi woman

10 September, 2018

In a video widely shared on social media, an Egyptian man and Saudi woman are seen eating breakfast at a desk and waving at the camera.

Iran, Turkey up-the-ante with targeted attacks on Kurdish adversaries

10 September, 2018

Analysis: Stepping up assassinations on foreign soil may spark unprecedented violent reactions, writes Paul Iddon.

Djibouti defies UAE by nationalising container port

10 September, 2018

The Horn of Africa country has defied threats by the UAE and nationalised a port on the Djibouti coast.

Yemeni detainees in UAE-run jail launch hunger strike

10 September, 2018

The strike comes weeks after three inmates tried to commit suicide, two by swallowing pills.

Starvation could kill 600,000 children in war zones: charity

10 September, 2018

Using starvation as a weapon of war has become a 'new normal' in conflict, says Save the Children, with more hundreds of thousands of children likely to die this year.

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