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More than 400 Yemeni journalists displaced due to war

Truth NGO – The Yemeni war has displaced more than 400 journalists inside and outside the country, according to a report by a local research institute. The report, issued by the non-governmental Studies and Economic Media Center (SEMC), explained that these journalists have been forced to move to other areas, both inside and outside Yemen in order to save their …

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Sudan officially announces its decision to withdraw from the Yemen war

Truth NGO – The Sudanese government has officially informed Saudi Arabia that it does not intend to renew the Sudanese military forces, which participate in the coalition of aggression against the people of Yemen starting next June, according to the military protocol agreed in the operating room. The Sudanese decision seems to have been taken after a long period of …

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Most French want halt to arms sales to Saudi Arabia

Truth NGO – Seventy-five percent of French people want a halt to the country’s weapons sales to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and the other countries waging a destructive war on Yemen, a poll has found. According to the survey conducted by the YouGov polling company between March 20 and 21, the percentage equals seven in every 10 French …

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7 more Yemeni civilians killed in new Saudi strikes

Truth NGO – At least seven civilians have been killed when Saudi military aircraft carried out separate airstrikes against residential areas in Yemen’s western coastal provinces of Hudaydah and the northwestern province of Sa’ada as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its atrocious bombardment campaign against its southern neighbor. Saudi fighter jets conducted four aerial assaults against a farm in …

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UK under fire for complicity in Yemen war

UK under fire for complicity in Yemen war

http://107.189.40.50/ptv//program/20180317/opinion_ep86.mp4   Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has visited the UK. The controversial three-day visit has sparked a public outcry and massive protests. Critics say Saudi Arabia’s human rights violations and its deadly war in Yemen are enough reasons not to welcome the Saudi delegation in the UK. Here’s a brief look at how world media have reacted to …

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Norway suspends arms sales to UAE over Yemen war

Norway suspends arms sales to UAE over Yemen war

OSLO (Reuters) – Norway has suspended exports of weapons and ammunition to the United Arab Emirates over concerns they could be used in the war in Yemen, the Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday. The UAE is part of a Saudi-led coalition formed in 2015 to fight the  Houthi group that controls most of northern Yemen and the capital Sanaa, in …

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UK secretly training Saudi troops for Yemen war: Report

UK secretly training Saudi troops for Yemen war

The British Army is secretly training Saudi Arabian soldiers to fight in Yemen, where more than 12,000 people have been killed since the onset of the Saudi war in March 2015, according to a report. The training, codenamed Operation Crossways, was disclosed after the UK Army mistakenly released photos and a mission summary on 2 Scots’ Facebook page earlier this …

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Saudi airstrikes on Yemen amount to war crimes: HRW

Saudi airstrikes on Yemen amount to war crimes

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has denounced the air raids conducted by Saudi Arabia and its allies in Yemen as “war crimes,” calling on the United Nations to launch an investigation into the fatal strikes. The rights organization cited on Tuesday five “apparently unlawful” Saudi aerial assaults in Yemen between June 9 and August 4, which killed 39 civilians, among them …

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Pentagon chief asks for deeper military involvement in Yemen

Pentagon chief asks for deeper military involvement in Yemen

Defense Secretary James Mattis has asked the White House to remove restrictions on US military support for Saudi Arabia and its allies engaged in a military offensive against Yemen that has caused significant civilian casualties, according to a report. In a memo submitted to National Security Adviser Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster this month, Mattis suggested that “limited support” for …

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