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Analysis: Political and business relations between Serbia and the United Arab Emirates are marked by opacity and secrecy.

"Efforts to prevent the entry of seeds and efforts to stop farming have no other message than perhaps, 'Let the people of Tigray perish with starvation.'"

How Abu Dhabi uses its influence in the US

Eva Thiebaud

How Abu Dhabi uses its influence in the US

Comment: Long before the 'Abraham Accords', Abu Dhabi was investing in the US and developing an intensive lobbying strategy in Washington. Eva Thiebaud discusses a new report by Colin Powers.

Yemenis in Marib gear up for Eid

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Yemenis in Marib gear up for Eid

In Marib, people are continuing to prepare for the end of Ramadan despite ongoing fighting around the city.

'Too soon' to discuss talks with Saudi, says Iran

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

'Too soon' to discuss talks with Saudi, says Iran

Iran and Saudi Arabia cut ties in 2016 but resumed negotiations in Baghdad in April

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

US seizes weapons in Arabian Sea bound for Yemen

The US Navy announced Sunday it seized an arms shipment of thousands of assault weapons, machines guns and sniper rifles hidden aboard a ship in the Arabian Sea.

The New Arab Staff

UAE 'running Socotra tours without Yemen's permission': official

Abu Dhabi has operating touristic trips to Socotra island, in violation of Yemen and the island's sovereignty.

The New Arab Staff

Policies of exclusion leaving millions without Covid vaccines: WHO

A WHO report says millions of the world's most vulnerable people will struggle to receive a Covid-19 jab, even if shortages are addressed.

The New Arab Staff

UK aid cuts risks famine for Yemeni children: charity

Save the Children has slammed the UK's aid strategy as 'inconsistent' as London plans to slash budgets by as much as 80 percent.

Detained Yemeni model in danger of 'virginity test': Amnesty

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Detained Yemeni model in danger of 'virginity test': Amnesty

Entisar Al-Hammadi is in danger of undergoing a 'forced virginity test', Amnesty International said, describing the practice as 'sexual ...

The New Arab Staff

Yemeni conjoined twins arrive in Saudi Arabia for operation

Yemeni conjoined twins 'Yousuf and Yassin' travelled with their parents to Riyadh for a medical check.

Abu Dhabi crown prince visits Saudi Arabia for talks

The New Arab Staff

Abu Dhabi crown prince visits Saudi Arabia for talks

Abu Dhabi's crown prince visited Jeddah for talks with Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince.

<em>Yemen</em> PM visits Marib as Houthi desperation grows

The New Arab Staff

Yemen PM visits Marib as Houthi desperation grows

Yemen's prime minister has visited conflict-torn Marib in a show of support and strength, as UN-brokered ceasefire effort falters.

Saudi walks diplomatic high wire on Iran, <em>Yemen</em>

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Saudi walks diplomatic high wire on Iran, Yemen

Secret talks between Saudi Arabia and Iran are aiming to end years of hostilities, and bring the brutal war in Yemen to a peaceful ...

UN envoy says push for <em>Yemen</em> ceasefire is faltering

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

UN envoy says push for Yemen ceasefire is faltering

UN envoy Martin Griffiths has warned that efforts to achieve a ceasefire in Yemen’s bloody conflict are faltering amid continued fighting ...

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Thousands of families hit by Yemen floods: UN

Over 22,000 Yemenis, the majority of whom are internally displaced people, have been affected by torrential rains and deadly floods since mid-April, according to the UN humanitarian OCHA.

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Biden quadruples Trump refugee cap after delay backlash

After delaying replacement of the record-low ceiling set by his predecessor, President Biden has raised the America's cap on refugee admissions ...

Sadek Hamid

'The Running Man' from Oldham: Charity fundraiser extraordinaire

Hailed as a British Muslim inspiration, Sadek Hamid catches up with Afruz Miah, whose impressive fundraising challenges have rightly established ...

Suraya Dadoo

How South African weapons fuel war crimes in Yemen

Analysis: Despite attempts at oversight, Yemen is awash with weapons made by South Africa's arms industry.

<em>Yemen</em> journalists living in danger on Press Freedom Day

The New Arab Staff

Yemen journalists living in danger on Press Freedom Day

Journalists in Yemen remain among the world's most endangered.

The New Arab Staff

Top Islamic authority condemns Houthi ban on Ramadan prayers

Egypt's Al-Azhar religious authority criticised Yemen's Houthi rebels for reportedly preventing worshippers from performing nightly Taraweeh ...

Heavy flooding from seasonal rain kills 13 in <em>Yemen</em>

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Heavy flooding from seasonal rain kills 13 in Yemen

Two children were among at least 13 people that died due to heavy flooding across several parts of Yemen, officials said.

Remembering a Yemeni-American labour leader on May Day

Brooke Anderson

Remembering a Yemeni-American labour leader on May Day

Nagi Daifallah left Yemen for a better life, but died fighting for workers’ rights in California.

Iran nuclear deal: As talks continue, so do obstacles

Brooke Anderson

Iran nuclear deal: As talks continue, so do obstacles

As efforts to revive the Iran nuclear deal continue, mounting obstacles call into question how much the US-Iran indirect talks can withstand.

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