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Violations of Human Rights in Yemen and the Continuation of Saudi Crimes 

By Amin Bagheri It is natural that when the name of the war comes up or the news of an attack on another country is...

COVID-19 Threatens Peace and Development Globally, Warns UN Rights Chief

The UN high commissioner for human rights warns that COVID-19 threatens peace and development around the world. Michelle Bachelet called for action to protect...

Covid-19 Worst Fears Seen in Poor, War-Torn Countries

For months, experts have warned of a potential nightmare scenario: After overwhelming health systems in some of the world’s wealthiest countries and regions, the...

Nothing can Stop Disabled Yemenis Women from Participating in Women’s Wheelchair Basketball

By Nisan Ahmado Living through years of Yemen's devastating war has been a constant struggle for Afaf Mohammed al-Adwar, who uses a wheelchair because of congenital spinal damage. But she...

UN: Cholera Cases in Yemen Increased to 4,60,000

The U.N. says over 460,000 suspected cholera cases have been recorded in war-battered Yemen so far this year — a sharp rise from the...

U.N. Agencies Running Out of Money for Essential Relief Activities, Yemen’s Children Continue To Suffer

The United Nations said Monday that the five-year-old conflict in Yemen has taken a "devastating toll" on the country's children, with thousands killed, maimed...

Yemen’s Key Port City Faces Clash after Cease-Fire

Yemen's security officials and eyewitnesses say that fighting has erupted in the key port city of Hodeida, the first significant clashes since warring sides...

The Biggest Casualty In Yemen’s War- Education

The school year in Yemen is officially underway. But, the U.N. children's fund reports the country's ongoing civil war is keeping millions of children...

Cholera Infection May Be on Edge in Yemen, says WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) warns Yemen may be on the verge of another cholera epidemic, which could be deadlier than previous ones because...

White House: Judge’s Decision Halting Travel Ban ‘Dangerously Flawed’

White House, October 18: The White House is reacting furiously to a federal judge blocking President Donald Trump's latest executive Travel Ban order that would have...

Kerala Catholic Priest Tom Uzhunnallil Abducted by ISIS Rescued from Yemen: Sushma Swaraj

Thiruvananthapuram | New Delhi, Sep 13, 2017: Kerala Catholic priest Tom Uzhunnallil, abducted by terrorists in Aden in March last year, has been rescued from captivity from...

Signs of Generosity are declining worldwide but Africa continues to grow more generous: World Giving Index

The score is a combined measure of respondents in 139 countries who were asked whether they had given money to a good cause,...

Civil War, Cholera and Severe Food Shortage Make Yemen World’s Largest Humanitarian Crisis ; UN calls it ‘Man-made Catastrophe’

UN report asserts that the sufferings of people after years of civil war in Yemen are man-made The report asserts that Yemen is...

Cholera Epidemic in War-torn Yemen: 1,00,000 Suspected Cases, 791 dead

The unprecedented growth of Cholera Epidemic in Yemen has led to the serious humanitarian crisis in the country The epidemic has already claimed...

US Providing Political Cover for Saudi Strikes, says Yemen’s Houthi Leader Abdel-Malek al-Houthi

SANA'A, September 3, 2016: The leader of Yemen's Iran-allied Houthi faction Abdel-Malek al-Houthi accused the United States of providing logistical support and political cover for...

Saudi-led Coalition Airstrike hits Hospital in Yemen, kills at least 11 and wounds 19

The bombing targeted a training facility run by Iran-backed Shi'ite Houthi rebels battling the Hadi government The U.N. chief earlier condemned a separate...

Political Stability is just an Illusion: For protection against Violence, Children in Yemen collect money for UN

End of war announced in Yemen is just an illusion, say experts United Nations was forced to remove Saudi-led coalition from list of...

Indian priest abducted in Yemen could be released soon

Yemen: An Indian priest abducted by gunmen in Yemen last month is safe and could be released soon, a Catholic group said on Sunday,...

IS in Yemen threatens to crucify Indian priest

The conflict raging in Yemen has found an echo in India, with fears growing over the alleged abduction of an Indian priest by the...

When an Indian met a Yemeni

These are difficult times. At a time when the news is buzzing with the latest incident of a bomb blast or a terrorist attack...

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