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  • Health Ministry ready to check over freed prisoners

    SANA’A, The Ministry of Public Health and Population expressed on Thursday full readiness to check over the released prisoners and to deal with any health problems they have. The ministry has mobilized its staff and medical cadres to treat the freed prisoners from the army and popular committees who arrived this afternoon, Ministry’s spokesman Dr. […]

  • Mercenaries’ shelling kills, injures four civilians in Taiz

    TAIZ, A child was killed following the aerial bombardment of a school in Sala district in Taiz province, an official at the health office told Saba on Sunday. The official added that the mercenaries’ bombardment of the May 22 school also injured a woman and two children in the same district. He condemned the targeting […]

  • Multidimensional Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic More Dire in Developing World, Speaker Says, as Second Committee Continues Its General Debate

    The COVID-19 pandemic continues to expose glaring weaknesses in the economies of vulnerable States, battering their recovery and requiring assistance from the international community, speakers told the Second Committee (Economic and Financial) as it continued its general debate today. Although initially a health crisis, the pandemic has evolved into a major socioeconomic and environmental one, […]

  • Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General

    The following is a near verbatim transcript of today’s noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary General. **World Food Programme — Nobel Peace Prize Good afternoon on this good day for the Organization, and big Hats Off to our World Food Programme colleagues for a job well done. The Secretary General is delighted […]

  • Sick and Chained: Plight of Countless Africans With Mental Health Conditions

    JOHANNESBERG, SOUTH AFRICA – For nearly a year, Benjamin Billal was chained to a rock. “I was taken to a faith healing center by my grandmother and my mother,” Billal told journalists by video link from Monrovia, Liberia on Tuesday. “There, I was shackled. I was chained to a rock, where I stayed for about […]

  • Citizen killed, 7 injured in aggression forces’ shelling on Hodeidah

    HODEIDAH, At least a citizen was killed and seven others were seriously injured on Tuesday due to artillery shelling of Saudi-led aggression coalition forces on Al-Houk district in Hodeidah province, a security official told Saba. The shelling targeted Al-Rabsa neighborhood of the distirct, causing damage to citizens’ homes and property, the official added. He condemned […]

  • Conflict, Coronavirus Pandemic Threaten Refugee Protection

    GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi warns the coronavirus pandemic poses unparalleled challenges and threats to refugee protection at a time when conflicts are flaring up in many parts of the world. The high commissioner was speaking at the opening of the agency’s annual executive committee meeting in Geneva. The conference […]

  • Sanaa hospitals receive WHO’s medical supplies

    SANAA, A number of hospitals in Sanaa province on Sunday received medical supplies provided by the World Health Organization (WHO). September 26 Hospital in Matnah area in Bani Matar district, May 22 hospital in Hamdan district, and Awmarah hospital in Arhab district were received medical supplies provided by the WHO, said health office director in […]

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