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"Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi has set up a committee to investigate Spain's loss to Brazil in a World Cup match. The findings accused former President Saleh of setting Spain up."
This is not a real line from the news, but rather a Yemeni political joke, spread in the political circles and Qat chews, mocking the continuous establishment of random committees to investigate vari ...

By Global Research News
Theme: Crimes against Humanity
The occupation forces have launched their ground invasion of Gaza, Palestine following ten days of an aerial assault by the killing machine of the occupation forces, taking the lives of 245 Palestinians at the hands of the occupation military and its US-made and funded weaponry, raining destruction upon the Palestinian people of Gaza from the ...

by Faisal Kutty
"With respect, you cannot continue to behave as if innocent deaths like those in my family are irrelevant. If the Yemeni and American Presidents refuse to engage with overwhelming popular sentiment in Yemen, you will defeat your own counter-terrorism aims."
The letter addressed to President Barack Obama and Yemen's president Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi last July from Faisal bi ...

The lack of political and security stability in Yemen hampers development work, Amat al-Alim Alsoswa, executive director of the Executive Bureau for the Acceleration of Aid Absorption and Implementation of the Mutual Accountability Framework (SEBAA), said in an interview with Al-Hayat.
She also noted that in light of its current capacities and conditions and the significant challenges it's facing, ...

While the continuing violence grabs most of the headlines what concerns most Yemenis is poverty and starvation. Most of the population is very poor and 40 percent are hungry and dependent on food handouts from the government or foreign aid organizations. This is all a side effect of the oil boom to the north (especially in Saudi Arabia). Over the last fifty years the population has quadrupled beca ...

Tens of thousands of displaced people are in need of urgent humanitarian aid in Yemen after fleeing fighting between Shia Houthi rebels and an alliance of tribesmen and military units in Amran province, according to government and local sources.
The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen has voiced his alarm at the recent escalation of violence in Amran Governorate which has displaced
th ...

Cheetahs are unusually easy to tame, especially as cubs, and are a popular luxury pet in Gulf states. Photos: SCMP
The rising trade in cheetahs for luxury pets in the Middle East is helping to drive critical populations of the wild cats to extinction, according to new research.
The report also reveals the gruesome toll of the trade, with up to two-thirds of the cheetah cubs being smuggled across t ...

By Jennifer Rubin
If nothing else, Alliance for a Strong America, the project of former vice president Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz Cheney, has performed a public service in calling attention to a report that received practically no mainstream news coverage. The Rand Corporation’s National Defense Research Institute put out a
lengthy report in June that documents the extent to which terr ...

Three years after the youth revolution against the rule of Ali Abdullah Saleh, the country’s political and social forces are cautiously pursuing the path of dialogue — a path where political, security, social and economic mines have existed for more than 30 years. There is still great hope that the process to bring about change will come to an end by promoting a historic solution that ...

Farea Al Muslimi
Power cuts are becoming more frequent in Yemen. In the past few days, electricity supplies have been off for more than 20 hours a day. Sometimes this is due to repeated attacks on power lines and other times down to the absence of diesel fuel at the power stations. Either way, this problem is turning people’s lives upside down. Securing electricity has become the single grea ...

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