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Iran hits back at US over Yemen war accusation
Zarif, Guterres stress end to Saudi aggression
Iran urges halt to sale of arms used in Yemen war
Iran called on “war enablers” to commit to stop selling arms and ammunition that are used just to claim innocent lives and further level the already destroyed properties in the war-torn Yemen.
UK aid charities warn of famine as COVID-19 hits poorer nations
A coalition of UK aid agencies warned Monday that the COVID-19 pandemic is worsening the “dire humanitarian” crisis in fragile states and raising the risk of famine, including in Yemen.
Yemeni forces hit 'sensitive' targets deep in Saudi territory
Yemeni defense forces said they launched massive retaliatory strike, featuring a ballistic missile and as many as nine drones, against “sensitive” spots in the Saudi capital amid an ongoing Riyadh-led war on the impoverished nation.
Yemenis stage nationwide protests against Saudi blockade
Tens of thousands of people staged rallies across Yemen in protest at the all-out Saudi blockade and closure of Sana’a International Airport, which have made it impossible for food and medical supplies to reach the poor in the war-torn country.
France and accomplices to Yemen carnage cannot preach ethics: Iran diplomat
An Iranian diplomat hit back at France for its meddlesome stance, saying a country deeply involved in Yemen’s carnage cannot preach morality.
Yemeni Army close to retaking Marib from Saudi-led forces
Victory appears to be on the horizon in the heated battle for Yemen’s strategic central province of Marib as army troops, backed by allied fighters from Popular Committees, have reportedly taken control of most areas there and dislodged Saudi-led coalition forces and Saudi-backed militants from those regions.
British arms sales prolonging Saudi war in Yemen, says Oxfam
Oxfam has accused the British government of prolonging the war in Yemen by allowing the export of air-to-air refueling equipment that it fears could be used to help the Saudi Air Force conduct indiscriminate bombing in the country.
5m Yemenis ‘one step away from famine’
Malnutrition rates in Yemen are at “record highs” as the country is “speeding towards the worst famine the world has seen in decades”, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator told the Security Council citing newly released data.
Yemeni group demands popular support amid decisive battle in Marib
A Yemeni group called on people from all walks of life in the country to throw their weight behind the ongoing battle in the strategic central province of Marib as Yemeni Army and allied fighters from Popular Committees are pushing to drive out Saudi-led coalition forces and their mercenaries.
Yemen's starving children have to cross battlefields, spend days to receive treatment
Ahmed Fakin spent days traveling, with his acutely malnourished son Amir, from Yemen's northern Hajjah Province to the capital of Sana’a to find medical treatment for Amir.
Dozens of rights groups call for freeze on arms sales to Saudi Arabia, UAE
Ninety-nine international human rights organizations demanded a freeze on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE, an immediate cessation of the war on Yemen, and lifting of a blockade on the country.
Iran voices support for UN efforts to settle Yemen crisis
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif voiced Iran’s support for the United Nations in its push to resolve the conflicts in Yemen.
UN Yemen envoy makes first visit to Iran to push for peace
The United Nations special envoy for Yemen is on his first visit to Iran Sunday for talks on the grinding war waged by a Saudi-led coalition in the Arab world’s poorest country.
From Ethiopia's Tigray region to Yemen, the dilemma of declaring a famine
Every day, more and more reports of starvation trickle out of the Tigray region of Ethiopia that has been hit by conflict.

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