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US Navy seizes shipment of arms off Yemen coast

30 August, 2018

More than 1,000 AK-47 rifles were among a cache of arms seized by the US Navy off the coast of Yemen.

Yemen faces new surge in cholera cases: UN

30 August, 2018

The UN warned Yemen faces a possible third wave of a cholera epidemic, following a jump in the number of suspected cases over recent weeks.

Saudi-led coalition rejects UN's Yemen 'war crimes' report

30 August, 2018

In their first report released on Tuesday, a team of UN-mandated investigators said all parties in Yemen's bloody conflict have committed a "substantial number of violations of international humanitarian law".

UN's Yemen war crimes report 'very concerning': US

29 August, 2018

The UN found "little evidence" of any attempt by parties to Yemen's conflict to minimise civilian casualties.

Honouring the fallen humanitarian heroes

29 August, 2018

Comment: Let's take a moment to remember and appreciate the risks that all aid workers take when working in areas of instability or conflict, writes Islamic Relief's Naser Haghamed.

Yemen anti-war activists block Boeing facility with school bus

29 August, 2018

A Boeing facility was the target of protesters on Monday who used a school bus to demonstrate in solidarity with the people of Yemen.

UK media regulator bans 'Saudi propaganda' on British television

29 August, 2018

Saudi Arabia will no longer be allowed to air advertisements promoting its 'reform' programme across British television and radio stations, after a ruling by media regulator Ofcom.

Al-Qaeda attack kills 5 UAE-trained soldiers in Yemen: Officials

29 August, 2018

Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, as the Yemeni affiliate is known, has long been considered the global network's most dangerous branch

US warns support in Yemen war not 'unconditional'

28 August, 2018

The comments made by the US come as the UN released a damning report slamming the Saudi-led coalition of possible war crimes.

Flashback 30 years: Lessons to learn, work to do

28 August, 2018

Comment: The 1988 Democratic Convention was the first time we openly debated Palestine, and holds some important lessons for us today, writes James J. Zogby.

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