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"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.'"

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.

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

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.

UK aid cuts risks famine for Yemeni children: charity

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.

Yemeni conjoined twins arrive in Saudi Arabia for operation

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.

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.

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.

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.

Eva J. Koulouriotis

How warming Egypt-Turkey ties could impact the Middle East

Analysis: The beginning of a new chapter in Egypt-Turkey relations could also pave the way for changes in the wider region.

Explosive-laden 'drone' boat targets Saudi port of Yanbu

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Explosive-laden 'drone' boat targets Saudi port of Yanbu

The Saudi port of Yanbu experienced an 'incident' in the Red Sea, with warnings of a possible attack.

Karen Dabrowska

Yemen's Mahra: An oasis of calm threatened by instability

In-depth: Yemen's most isolated province has largely been spared the horrors of war, but it now faces destabilisation due to a geopolitical ...

UN urges Yemen's warring parties to accept peace plan

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

UN urges Yemen's warring parties to accept peace plan

Martin Griffiths called on Yemen's warring factions to move toward accepting a proposed peace plan on Thursday.

UN calls on <em>Yemen</em> factions to accept peace plan

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

UN calls on Yemen factions to accept peace plan

The United Nations is pushing for a peace plan that proposes a nationwide ceasefire and the free movement of people and humanitarian aid.

70 dead as fighting intensifies in Yemen's Marib

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

70 dead as fighting intensifies in Yemen's Marib

The fighting between pro-government forces and Houthi rebels for the strategic city of Marib in Yeman has cost 70 lives in the last day.

'Accident' at Iran's Natanz nuclear plant after centrifuge activation

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

'Accident' at Iran's Natanz nuclear plant after centrifuge activation

Natanz nuclear site in Iran, largely built underground to withstand enemy airstrikes, had an "incident" concerning its electrical distribution ...

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Houthis turn to poetry in Yemen's cultural battle

Zawamil poetry is a popular traditional artform in Yemen but it has also become a weapon of choice for the Houthis.

Emile Nakhleh

The world watches Lebanon on brink of collapse

Comment: Emile Nakhleh examines how corruption has brought Lebanese society to the brink, and why the international community and its ...

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Battle for Marib key to Iran, US tension

The city of Marib has been facing an assault by Iran-back Houthi rebels and Saudi airstrikes that are trying to push back the advancing forces.

The New Arab Staff

Middle East 'needs 142 years to close gender gap'

Women in the Middle East and North Africa face the world's widest gender gap, the World Economic Forum has reported.

Famine, secession and bloodshed: Six years of <em>Yemen</em> war

The New Arab Staff

Famine, secession and bloodshed: Six years of Yemen war

Six years after Saudi Arabia intervened in Yemen against the Houthis, the conflict is as brutal as ever and has become the world's ...

The New Arab Staff

Lebanon joins UN list of 'catastrophic famine' risk countries

A report by FAO and WFP lumps Lebanon together with famine-stricken Yemen and war-torn Syria in a list of countries at risk of food ...

Saudi ceasefire proposal clearly designed to appease the US

Annelle Sheline

Saudi ceasefire proposal clearly designed to appease the US

Comment: If the Saudis and US are actually dedicated to ending the war, they should put aside ceasefire theatrics and start by lifting the ...

Yemen's Houthis launch attack hours after Saudi ceasefire offer

The New Arab Staff

Yemen's Houthis launch attack hours after Saudi ceasefire offer

Saudi Arabia has seen a surge in strikes from Yemen's Houthi rebels in recent weeks.

UN warns of risk of famine in <em>Yemen</em>, S.Sudan

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

UN warns of risk of famine in Yemen, S.Sudan

Parts of South Sudan and Yemen are already experiencing famine, two UN agencies said.

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