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Covid-19 sparks drop in east Africa migration to Gulf

24 February, 2021

The number of migrants making the risky crossing through Yemen to the oil-rich Gulf states has dropped by three-quarters.

Displaced families face new exodus in Yemen

24 February, 2021

The Houthi assault on the government held city of Marib is forcing Yemeni families to flee and search for safety elsewhere.

UAE-backed forces 'detained, tortured' Yemen journalist after Emmy-nominated report

23 February, 2021

Yemen journalist Adel Al-Hasani was arrested in September and has reportedly been tortured and mistreated by forces loyal to the UAE.

Victims sue Saudi for attack at Florida military base

23 February, 2021

Victims and their families claim that Riyadh knew Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, a Saudi air officer, had been radicalised but failed to act.

Massive casualties after Houthis' offensive on Yemen's Marib intensifies

23 February, 2021

Clashes between Houthi and government forces have led to hundreds of causalities in Marib, where the Houthis are attempting to gain territory.

US urges Iran restraint amid efforts to restart talks

22 February, 2021

Iran must refrain from any provocation as Washington steps up efforts to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran.

UK arms sales 'prolong Yemen war', says leading charity

22 February, 2021

Oxfam called on the UK to immediately end all arms 'that risk being used against civilians and exacerbating the humanitarian crisis'.

Yemen prisoner swap talks end with no deal: UN

21 February, 2021

Talks on a possible prisoner exchange between Yemen's warring parties concluded Sunday with no deal after a month of wrangling, the UN said.

Yemen government accuses rebels of using civilians as shields

20 February, 2021

Yemen's Saudi-backed government accused Houthi rebels Saturday of using civilians as human shields.

Pentagon chief urges immediate reduction in Taliban violence

20 February, 2021

US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin said Afghanistan's peace process depends on the Taliban reducing attacks.

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