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    The current month of January witnessed a stormy political movement from various parties, as there was progress in the efforts made by the Sultanate of Oman to bring together...

    Sana’a Threatens to Escalate Military

    Sana'a threatened on Saturday, to pursue its military option to confront the seven-year-old war. This comes in the latest comment by its leaders in response to what it describes as political maneuvers that are far from ending the suffering of...

    Tribes Plunder Coalition Camps, Alamaliqa Forces Withdraw from Marib’s Front

    Giants Brigades forces (Almaliqa), which are affiliated with the UAE, withdrew suddenly from the battle fronts at the western entrance to the Marib city, Tribal sources said. The sources reported that the groups sent by Hamdi Shukri, deputy captain of...

    New Saudi Violations Against Yemeni Prisoners in Secret Prisons Revealed

    The Geneva-based “Sam” Organization for Rights and Freedoms, affiliated with the Islah Party, issued a report monitoring new violations by the Saudi authorities against the Yemeni detainees in secret prisons. The organization stated that Saudi Arabia arrests hundreds of Yemenis...

    Houthis Warn Turkey Against Intervention in Yemen

    A member of the Political Council of Anssarallah movement in Yemen, Abdul Wahab Al-Mahbashi has warned Turkey against any intervention in the country. Should it do so, Al-Mahbashi said, it will fare no better than Saudi Arabia, which has been...

    Cluster Bombs Have Hit 3,700 Yemeni citizens

    Sana'a-based Executive Mine Action Center announced that the total number of people affected by cluster bombs is 3709, while the number of wounded reached 3,700. The Director of the Executive Mine Action Center Brigadier General Ali Safra confirmed that the...

    Coalition Still Seize 10 Ships of Oil: YPC

    The Executive Director of Sana'a-based Yemen Petroleum Company (YPC), Ammar Al-Adruree, confirmed on Friday the Saudi-led coalition is still holding 10 ships of oil derivatives, all of which obtained entry permits from the United Nations. In a protest stand by...

    Shocking Numbers on Conclusion of Six Years of War on Yemen

    Yemeni Human rights ministry released in a press conference in Sana'a, its sixth official report around the war of the Saudi coalition on Yemen. The Ministry confirmed that the coalition war deliberately starved civilians, explaining that 16.2 million people suffer...

    We will Resort to Painful Strikes, if War Continue: Sarie

    Spokesman of Sana'a forces, Brigadier General Yahya Sarie, revealed on Saturday, that the seventh year will witness the announcement of new missile systems. Emphasizing that some of these undeclared systems were being tested at home and in the depth of...

    Due to War, Siege… 67% of Yemen’s Population Need Aid: SCMCHA

    The Secretary-General of Sana'a-based Supreme Council for Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Abdulmohsen Tawoos, said on Sunday that 24.8 million people, 67 percent of Yemen population, need food aid due to the war and siege on Yemen for...

    Six Years of War Left 13,000 Civilian Casualties of Women and Children

    Entesaf Organization for Rights of Women and Children has announced the number of children and women who are victims of Saudi war against Yemen have exceeded 13,131 martyrs and wounded during six years. In a statement, the organization stated the...

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    Leaders of US Republican Party began on Sunday, an attempt to revive the Saudi-led war in Yemen, in conjunction with approaching date of the main elections in US, which...
    The current month of January witnessed a stormy political movement from various parties, as there was progress in the efforts made by the Sultanate of Oman to bring together...
    The Saudi-led war on Yemen have caused 8 million 400 thousand children to be deprived of education in Yemen. In a statement issued by INSAF Organization for Defending Freedoms &...
    Cluster bombs and mines from the remnants of Saudi-backed forces claimed 244 killed and 490 injured, including children and women, in a number of provinces, most of them in...