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Yemen’s deadly seas: Fishermen come under fire in Saudi war

As outrage over the murder of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul by Saudi operatives fused with concern about Yemen, a wave of disquiet swept Washington amid accusations that the US military could be complicit in war crimes.

US says Saudi Arabia, UAE protecting civilians in Yemen war

Thousands of having died in the fighting and millions are in dire need of aid. Pompeo said in a statement that he had certified that the Saudi and Emirati governments "are undertaking demonstrable actions to reduce the risk of harm to civilians and civilian infrastructure."

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UN envoy says Yemen talks to focus on transition, disarmament-newspaper

UN chief Antonia Guterres has called for an independent investigation of the raid. Consultations are due to begin in Geneva on Sept. 6 on a framework for peace talks and confidence-building measures.

Saudi military leaders replaced amid stalemated war in Yemen

The decisions come as the Saudi-led coalition, chiefly backed by the United Arab Emirates, remains mired in a stalemate in Yemen, the Arab world's poorest country.

'Saudi-led coalition responsible for worst cholera outbreak in the world in Yemen'

The study by London's Queen Mary University found eight out of 10 cholera deaths took place in regions controlled by Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have fought a two-year war against Saudi-aligned forces backing Yemen's government.

UN responds to accusations it caved to Saudi Arabia on Yemen kids

The UN stated that the Secretary-General stood by the findings that the Saudi-led coalition is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of youngsters in the country.

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Yemen war generates widespread suffering, but few refugees

Yemen's civil war intensified sharply almost a year ago when a Saudi-led Arab coalition intervened with air strikes, a naval blockade and ground troops to counter Houthi rebels intent on seizing the whole country.

Yemen Shiite rebels take neighbourhood in Aden, occupy palace

The rebels took Aden's southwestern Tawahi district, killing the area's military commander, Maj. Gen. Ali Nasser al-Hassani.

Kerala nurses evacuated from Yemen seek state govt help in finding jobs

SUCI leader Mini K Philip said there are nurses’ vacancies in state-run and private hospitals.

Yemen’s long shadow

The conflict has made Pakistan feel more divided at home.

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