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Saudi Arabia And Yemen: Misinterpretations Of A Legitimate Intervention – OpEd

By Prince Turki Al-Faisal* Many media outlets, hostile and non-hostile, local, regional and international, have characterized the civil war and internal political conflict in Yemen as a Saudi-Yemeni..
Eurasia Review - Published

AP Investigation: Aid stolen as Yemen starves

TAIZ, Yemen (AP) — Day after day Nabil al-Hakimi, a humanitarian official in Taiz, one of Yemen’s largest cities, went to work feeling he had a “mountain” on his shoulders. Billions of dollars..
Seattle Times - Published

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WFP says Yemen food aid being stolen in Houthi-run areas [Video]WFP says Yemen food aid being stolen in Houthi-run areas  01:59

The U.N. World Food Programme says food aid meant for starving Yemenis is being stolen and sold in some areas controlled by the Houthi movement. Emily Wither reports.

Rumble - Published

Explosions rock Yemen's main port for second day after truce [Video]Explosions rock Yemen's main port for second day after truce  01:40

Explosions rocked Yemen's Red Sea city of Hodeidah for a second day on Wednesday despite a U.N.-mediated ceasefire meant to pave the way for peace negotiations to end nearly four-years of war. Mia..

Reuters Studio - Published

Yemenis trade accusations of breaking truce [Video]Yemenis trade accusations of breaking truce  01:21

Yemenis have traded accusations over shelling reported in the lifeline port city of Hodeidah after a truce came into effect. But the United Nations is bringing the warring sides together to discuss the..

Rumble - Published

Yemen truce lets aid into lifeline Hodeidah port [Video]Yemen truce lets aid into lifeline Hodeidah port  01:46

Yemenis in Hodeidah are daring to hope for some respite from the war, as aid floods into the crucial lifeline port. The country's warring parties have agreed a ceasefire in the city at U.N...

Rumble - Published

ICRC Estimates 2.2 Million Acutely Malnourished Yemeni Children, Hails Peace Talks as Important Step [Video]ICRC Estimates 2.2 Million Acutely Malnourished Yemeni Children, Hails Peace Talks as Important Step  02:08

The ICRC hailed the UN-sponsored peace talks as an important step on December 14, adding that it may not have come soon enough with an estimated 2.2 million Yemeni children suffering from acute..

Storyful Studio - Published

Ceasefire reached for critical Yemeni port city [Video]Ceasefire reached for critical Yemeni port city  01:29

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Gueterres says all fighting forces will be withdrawn from the Yemeni port city of Hodeidah, a vital vein for humanitarian aid to the ravaged country. Emily..

Reuters Studio - Published

Slow progress in peace talks leaves Yemenis to struggle on [Video]Slow progress in peace talks leaves Yemenis to struggle on  02:07

Peace talks aimed at ending the civil war and humanitarian crisis in Yemen are showing small signs of progress. Three years of fighting have killed more than 10,000 people. About 14 million others are..

CBS News - Published

Yemen crisis: Government team heads to Sweden for talks with Houthi rebels [Video]Yemen crisis: Government team heads to Sweden for talks with Houthi rebels  02:01

The conflict has left over 8 million Yemenis facing famine, although the United Nations has warned this could rise to 14 million.

euronews (in English) - Published

Humanitarian Groups Offer Joint-Plea To Help End Yemen War [Video]Humanitarian Groups Offer Joint-Plea To Help End Yemen War  00:43

CNN reports The United States will bear shared responsibility for what may be the largest famine in decades if it does not cease its military support for the coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the..

Wochit - Published

 

AP PHOTOS: Yemenis' in-between moments amid civil war

A Yemeni farmer lounged on the ground by the side of the road, gazing at the beauty of the green mountain landscape, where the terraces were planted with corn, barbary figs and qat.
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Charity says Yemenis face ‘double threat’ of cold, hunger

CAIRO (AP) — An international aid group says more than half a million displaced people in war-torn Yemen face the “double threat” of famine and freezing temperatures as winter sets in. Oxfam said..
Seattle Times - Published

Just 2 of More Than 480 Yemenis Receive Refugee Status in South Korea

The sudden arrival of asylum seekers fleeing war in their homeland set off a wave of anti-immigrant sentiment in South Korea.
NYTimes.com - Published

Yemen's Warring Sides Shake Hands On Deal To Swap Thousands Of Prisoners

Both sides in Yemen's conflict are meeting in Sweden for their first face-to-face talks since war broke out in 2015. Yemenis face the "worst humanitarian crisis in the world," according to the U.N.
NPR - Published

UN: 20 million Yemenis are hungry, 250,000 face catastrophe

Twenty million people in war-torn Yemen are hungry — a staggering 70 percent of the population and a 15 percent increase from last year — and for the first time 250,000 are facing "catastrophe,"..
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

"20 million Yemenis are hungry," U.N. envoy says

U.N.'s emergency relief coordinator says another quarter of a million face catastrophic consequences from lack of food
CBS News - Published

Slow progress in peace talks leaves Yemenis to struggle on

Peace talks aimed at ending the civil war and humanitarian crisis in Yemen are showing small signs of progress. Three years of fighting have killed more than 10,000 people. About 14 million others are..
CBS News - Published

Report details damage to ancient Yemeni archaeological sites

A prominent Yemeni rights group has documented heavy damage from ground fighting and airstrikes to at least 34 archaeological sites over the past four years and urged the international community to..
FOXNews.com - Published

Report: Yemen’s war has left parts of ancient sites in ruins

CAIRO (AP) — A prominent Yemeni rights group says it has documented heavy damage to at least 34 archaeological sites from the fighting and airstrikes over the past four years in the war-torn country...
Seattle Times - Published

Charity says millions of Yemenis are edging closer to famine

CAIRO (AP) — The Norwegian Refugee Council says millions of Yemenis are edging closer to famine and fatal disease one year after a Saudi-led coalition imposed a blockade on sea, land and air routes..
Seattle Times - Published

Yemen's displaced struggle to survive on leaves, moldy bread crumbs

Millions of Yemenis have lost everything in nearly four years of civil war, which has pushed the country of 29 million people to the brink of famine
CBS News - Published

Yemenis welcome US call for truce, but obstacles loom

New U.S. calls for a cease-fire in Yemen have raised the prospect of ending a disastrous civil war that has caused the...
Deseret News - Published

Aid group: Yemen fighting killed 575 civilians since August

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — An international aid organization says some 575 Yemenis have been killed in fighting between a Saudi-led coalition and the Shiite rebels in Yemen between Aug. 1 and Oct. 15...
Seattle Times - Published

8.4 million Yemenis depend on emergency food aid, says UN report


CBS News - Published

UN humanitarian chief: 8.4 million Yemenis need urgent aid

The U.N. humanitarian chief says the conflict in Yemen has left 8.4 million people dependent on emergency food assistance and 75 percent of its 22 million people requiring some form of aid.
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Without Yemen ceasefire mass starvation looms, critics say

Aden, Yemen, Oct 19, 2018 / 04:00 am (CNA).- The possibility of mass starvation in Yemen continues as a military engagement over a major port city could block food and other aid for millions of..
CNA - Published

Progressives criticize South Korea for denying Yemenis refugee status

On Oct. 17, South Korea's Justice Ministry said it would not grant refugee status to nearly 400 Yemenis who are fleeing a civil war as well as a cholera outbreak. Progressives have denounced the move..
Christian Science Monitor - Published

Critics slam Seoul for denying refugee status to Yemenis

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean progressives are criticizing their government for rejecting a plea for refugee status by nearly 400 asylum seekers from war-ravaged Yemen whose arrival on the..
Seattle Times - Published

South Korea Denies Refugee Status to Yemenis Fleeing War

South Korea denied refugee status to nearly 400 asylum seekers from Yemen months after their arrival on the resort island of Jeju sparked an anti-immigrant uproar.
Wall Street Journal - Published Also reported by •Seattle TimesNYTimes.com

UN agency resumes cash aid to 9 million Yemenis

CAIRO (AP) — The U.N. children’s agency says it has resumed emergency cash transfers to 9 million Yemenis after it was allowed to operate a call center to help monitor aid distribution. UNICEF..
Seattle Times - Published Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Isolated and unseen, Yemenis eat leaves to stave off famine

In a remote pocket of northern Yemen, many families with starving children have nothing to eat but the leaves of a local...
Deseret News - Published

Yemenis in an isolated district eat leaves to survive

Many families with starving children in an isolated pocket of northern Yemen have no food except the boiled leaves of local wild vine, a sign of how some are falling through the cracks of international..
FOXNews.com - Published

WFP says port city fighting threatens millions of Yemenis

A recent bout of fighting between Yemeni government forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition and Shiite rebels around the Red Sea port city of Hodeida could jeopardize shipments of 46,000 tons of wheat..
FOXNews.com - Published

Starving Yemenis forced to eat leaves for survival

Yemenis in an isolated pocket in the north have been reduced to eating boiled leaves from a local vine to stave off starvation, with no aid reaching many families who need it most. (Sept. 14)
USATODAY.com - Published

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