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Yemen’s govt-in-exile calls for assistance from India

Yemen is the center of what the UN has termed “the worst man-made humanitarian crisis” in the world. After Iran-backed Houthi rebels captured capital Sana'a in 2015, President Abdrabuh Mansour Hadi and his ministers fled to Saudi Arabia.

UN experts: Fuel from Iran is financing Yemen rebels' war

The experts painted grim picture of a "deeply fractured" country sliding toward "humanitarian and economic catastrophe" with no sign of victory by either side in a conflict that many view as a proxy war between regional rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran.

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Yemen's President Hadi sees only a military solution to crisis, says Arabiya TV

More than 10,000 people have been killed in war, which began in March 2015 when Houthis advanced on President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's interim headquarters in southern port city of Aden, forcing him to flee the country and seek Saudi military help.

Saudi Arabia intercepts Yemen rebel missile

Occasional ballistic missile attacks, as well as more frequent short-range rocket fire over the southern border, have in the past been conducted after coalition air strikes against the rebels in Yemen.

Airstrike by Saudi-led coalition kills 12, say Yemen officials

The Saudi coalition has since 2015 waged a blistering air campaign against the Houthis and their allies, while enforcing an air and sea blockade of Yemen, where the rebels seized the capital, Sanaa, in 2014.

MEA: No Djibouti-like ops to rescue Indians in Yemen

Nearly 70 seamen from Kutch and Jamnagar have been stuck for 15 days at Khokha port in Yemen where they had gone to deliver cargo.

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India’s work in Yemen was praised by world leaders: PM

Lauding the evacuation operations conducted by Indian agencies in strife-torn Yemen, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday said he had received a lot of praise during his recent foreign visits for the rescue efforts which helped save people from 48 countries. “Wherever I went abroad recently, I received a lot of praise for one thing — […]

Saudi airstrikes pound Yemen's Shiite rebels, killing 20

The ground fighting and the airstrikes have pushed Yemen, the Arab world's poorest country, to the brink of collapse.

Two days after they fled Yemen, Indian family’s house hit by RPG

Shabandri, his family and his cousin were among 349 persons evacuated from Aden by INS Sumitra.

Yemen: 6-day-old baby among other evacuated Indians

Raji said she did not whether the hospital, where she had given birth to her daughter, was functioning now.

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