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Why the battle for Hodeidah is the most important?

Hodeidah’s port is the principal lifeline for just under two-thirds of Yemen’s population, which is almost totally reliant on imports of food, fuel and...

Hoping for Control Over its Oil, Saudi Arabia Is Trying to Hijack Yemen’s Parliament

SANA’A, YEMEN — Hoping to secure control of Yemen’s oil-rich provinces, Saudi Arabia is attempting to circumvent Yemen’s legitimate parliament by holding its own...

Statistics of 2018 of confrontation against the Saudi-led aggression, Army spokesman uncovers

On Monday, the spokesman of the Yemeni army, Brigadier general Yahya Saree, held a press conference in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a, in which...

Why is the West praising Malala, but ignoring Ahed?

Ahed Tamimi, a 16-year-old Palestinian girl, was recently arrested in a night-time raid on her home. The Israeli authorities accuse her of "assaulting" an...

Saudis slash military spending: Could an end to Yemen war be in sight?

Saudi Arabia has announced its 2019 budget, the largest in its history, with plans to spend $295bn, and an expected deficit for the year...

Yemen’s Three Wars

Editor’s Note: The war in Yemen has gone from bad to worse, leaving tens of thousands dead and hundreds of thousands of civilians at...

Gaza “laboratory” boosts profits of Israel’s war industry

After exploring the vast surveillance regime along the US-Mexico border and finding Israeli systems installed at every turn, the author Todd Miller and I...

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