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821 days of Aggression on Yemen.
Yemen: Taiz: Eight of the Saudi mercenaries were killed with the fires of the Yemeni forces near Atashrifat military camp in Sala district .
Yemen: Taiz: The US-KSA aggression’s drone launched 3 air strikes on Alwazeiyah district.
Yemen: Saada : An air raid on Shada district by US-KSA fighter jets .
Najran: Sniping a Saudi soldier at the east of Alshabak military base .
Asir: Artillery bombardment targeted Saudi troops at the east of Arabwa area.
Yemen: Marib: More than 21 air strikes were waged on several areas in Serwah district during the past hours .
Najran: Destroying a Saudi military vehicle at the east od Ashabaka military base ,and killed its crew .
“The Saudi Regime Normalizes Openly and Fully with the Zionist Enemy”: President Saleh Al-Sumad
The US State Department Classifies Number of Political Councils in Southern Yemen on the List of Terrorism
Kuwait Hands Over to Qatar List of Demands to Resolve Crisis.

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UN: Yemen Cholera Cases Could Pass 300,000 by September

UN: Yemen Cholera Cases Could Pass 300,000 by September

23/06/2017 at 10:30 pm 0 comments

June, 23\ NewNews “Probably at the end of August we will reach 300,000” cases, UN children’s agency spokeswoman Meritxell Relano said in Geneva, Al Manar reported.   Since the outbreak was declared in April, 1,265 people have died, she said. Yemen has been since March 2015 under a brutal aggression […]

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European Union Condemns US-KSA Massacre in Saada Province

European Union Condemns US-KSA Massacre in Saada Province

23/06/2017 at 1:04 am 0 comments

June, 23 \NewNews The European Union condemned on Tuesday the bombardment of Almashnaq market in the Shada district of Saada province last Saturday, killing 25 civilians and injuring others. “The bombardment is a stark reminder that civilians in Yemen are bearing the brunt of the war that destroyed their country […]

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Catastrophic scenario for Gulf crisis: Financial Times

Catastrophic scenario for Gulf crisis: Financial Times

22/06/2017 at 9:46 pm 0 comments

June ,22 \NewNews “Financial Times” consider that the wall, which separated Arab world from a violent and suffering one to another in face of globalization, began to crumble after the Gulf capitals were free of “turmoil” of Middle East over the past years. In light of Gulf and Arab embargo […]

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Mohammad Bin Salman will Enhance Relations between Riyadh and Tel Aviv: Israeli Newspaper

Mohammad Bin Salman will Enhance Relations between Riyadh and Tel Aviv: Israeli Newspaper

22/06/2017 at 1:46 am 0 comments

June, 22\New News The Israeli newspaper had reported on Wednesday that Saudi King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz appointed his son, Mohammed bin Salman, as the crown prince to serve the development of relations between Tel Aviv and Riyadh. The newspaper described the political change in Saudi Arabia as a “political […]

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America will Regret Helping Saudi Arabia Bomb Yemen: The Guardian

America will Regret Helping Saudi Arabia Bomb Yemen: The Guardian

22/06/2017 at 1:29 am 0 comments

June ,22 \NewNews Written by : Medea Benjamin “USA Kills Yemeni People”, screams graffiti plastered on walls in Yemen’s capital Sana’a. The Yemeni people who have been on the receiving end of US bombs dropped by Saudi pilots know all too well that the United States is complicit in their […]

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Death Toll from Cholera Rises to 989 in War-Torn Yemen

Death Toll from Cholera Rises to 989 in War-Torn Yemen

16/06/2017 at 10:53 pm 0 comments

June ,16\NewNews Cholera-infected children receive medical treatment at the Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen, as the death toll from cholera in the war-torn country has increased to 989 since April 27, with the total suspected cases reaching 140,116, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.

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Cholera Infects One Yemeni Kid Every Minute: Charity

Cholera Infects One Yemeni Kid Every Minute: Charity

15/06/2017 at 10:37 pm 0 comments

June, 15 \NewNews Save the Children has voiced alarm over the raging spread of the cholera epidemic in war-torn Yemen, saying one child becomes infected every minute. Cholera has killed more than 900 people and infected more than 124,000 others since late April, according to the United Nations children agency, […]

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A woman carries her son Imran Faraj, 8 year-old, who is suffering from malnutrition at a hospital in the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah Reuters

the rate of cholera infection in Yemen has tripled,The country is now on “the verge of total collapse”

15/06/2017 at 1:05 am 0 comments

June ,15 \NewNews The Independent newspaper has published today article for Fiona Keating under the title” Deadly cholera epidemic infecting one child every minute sweeps through Yemen”. Save the Children has warned that the rate of cholera infection in Yemen has tripled over the past 14 days, with an average of […]

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Cholera Death Toll Tops 859 in War-Torn Yemen as U.S.-Backed Saudi Assault Continues

Cholera Death Toll Tops 859 in War-Torn Yemen as U.S.-Backed Saudi Assault Continues

13/06/2017 at 2:36 am 0 comments

June ,13\NewNews The Democarcynow Televsion has talked today about Cholera in Yemen: in Yemen, medical groups are warning an outbreak of cholera has infected more than 116,000 people. The World Health Organization says the water-borne illness has claimed the lives of at least 859, and Oxfam estimates cholera is claiming […]

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International Organizations have not Fulfilled their Commitments to Support the Health Sector to Cope with the Cholera Epidemic : Ministry of Health

International Organizations have not Fulfilled their Commitments to Support the Health Sector to Cope with the Cholera Epidemic : Ministry of Health

11/06/2017 at 11:41 pm 0 comments

June ,11 \NewNews The Ministry of Public Health and Population said on Sunday that international organizations have not fulfilled their commitments to relief and support the health sector and to cope with the cholera epidemic in the country. “Saba” news agency Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for the therapeutic […]

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