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  • Saudi Crown Prince Greeted in Britain with Pomp, Protests

    LONDON —  Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was welcomed by Queen Elizabeth II — and criticized by protesters against the war in Yemen — as he began a three-day visit to Britain on Wednesday. Britain is rolling out the red carpet for Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler, who had lunch with the queen […]

  • Parents Release Names of 105 Missing Nigerian Girls

    Parents in Nigeria have released a list of the 105 young women they say are still missing nearly a week after Boko Haram militants attacked a northern town, demanding that residents direct them toward the school for girls. The fate of the girls is not yet known, though many fear they have abducted as brides […]

  • Alarm as girls used as ‘human bombs’, global child soldier index shows

    LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Children were used to fight in at least 18 conflicts since 2016 – including as ‘human bombs’ – despite a global ban on the use of children in war, a database showed on Wednesday. Child soldiers were used in Syria, Libya, Nigeria and Colombia – all of which have ratified […]

  • Bahrain Sentences Activist Rajab to 5 Years in Prison For Tweets

    A court in Bahrain has sentenced prominent human rights activist Nabeel Rajab to five years in jail for tweeting comments critical of the Saudi-led coalition airstrikes in Yemen and alleging prison abuses. The charges against him included insulting a neighboring country and national institutions. Rajab played a leading role in 2011 pro-democracy protests that came […]

  • Officials: Aid Sector Must Innovate to Deliver Value for Money

    The humanitarian sector lacks creativity and must innovate to deliver more value for the money, officials said Monday, amid fears of a funding shortfall following the Oxfam sex scandal. Aid groups must make better use of technology — from cash transfer programs to drones — to improve the delivery of services, said a panel of […]

  • Former British Diplomat Appointed UN Envoy to Yemen

    NEW YORK —  U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appointed a former British diplomat as special envoy to war-torn Yemen. A U.N. spokesman announced the appointment of Martin Griffiths on Friday, saying he will replace Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed. Ahmed had been in the post for three years. His contract expires at the end of the […]

  • YEMEN: ARMY KILLS 40 HOUTHIS ADVANCING NEAR MIDI FRONT

    ADEN– Dozens of Houthi militants were killed on Wednesday after fierce clashes with Yemen’s national army supported by coalition fighters in the district of Midi west of Hajjah. Al Arabiya correspondent in Yemen said that 40 elements of the Houthis were killed in raids by the coalition fighters in Midi Front, to support the movement […]

  • Conflict in Yemen Does Not Deter Ethiopian Migrants

    GENEVA, SWITZERLAND —  The United Nations migration agency reports that thousands of Ethiopian migrants continue to make the perilous journey to war-torn Yemen in search of better economic opportunities despite the dangerous security conditions. Despite the ongoing war and general insecurity in Yemen, the country remains a major transit point for thousands of migrants from […]

  • US LAYS OFF LOCAL STAFF THREE YEARS AFTER CLOSING YEMEN EMBASSY

    ADEN– The United States has laid off 360 local staff in Yemen three years after closing its embassy as a civil war spread in the impoverished Arabian Peninsula country. Ambassador Matthew Tueller wrote to workers saying new U.S. State Department regulations about suspended embassies meant he could no longer keep them on, in the letter […]

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