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Trump retweets claims al Qaida chief killed as US drone strike targets militants

A suspected US drone strike destroyed a building housing al Qaida militants last week in eastern Yemen, tribal leaders said amid reports it killed...

Dozens killed in Yemen air strikes

The Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen’s rebels has attacked a detention centre in the south-western province of Dhamar with several air strikes, killing at least...

Rebel missile, suicide attack kill dozens in Yemen’s port

Yemen’s main southern city of Aden has been shaken by double attacks as a missile fired by rebels hit a military parade and suicide...

Pope: Wealthy nations fuelling conflicts by selling weapons in war zones

Pope Francis has blamed Europe and the United States for the deaths of children in Syria, Yemen and Afghanistan, saying wealthy Western countries fuel...

US Senate votes to end support for Saudi war in Yemen

The US Senate has voted to end US support for the Saudi Arabian-led coalition’s war in Yemen, bringing Congress one step closer to a...

Founder of Yemen’s Red Cross crescent dies in Sanaa hospital

The founder of Yemen's Red Crescent has died in the war-torn country's capital due to deteriorating health. Abdullah al-Khamessi, who was in his 70s, died...

Yemen food crisis partly a war tactic, UN says

The crisis in Yemen that has left millions hungry and on the brink of famine is "a man-made disaster" driven in part by an...

Supreme Court gives green light to Trump’s 90-day travel ban

The US Supreme Court is letting the Trump administration enforce its 90-day ban on travellers from six mostly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders...

Cholera epidemic in Yemen ‘worst in the world’ says WHO

Concern is mounting about the spread of Cholera in Yemen. Unicef and the World Health Organisation say has been hit by the worst epidemic in...

UN warns of mass deaths from starvation in east Africa

The risk of mass deaths from starvation is growing in parts of east Africa, Yemen and Nigeria due to a combination of conflict, drought...

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