Yemen health system faces collapse as funding declines: World Bank
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Yemen Health System Faces Collapse as Funding Declines: World Bank

Yemen’s health care system is facing existential threats, including institutional collapse, in large part because of the yearslong conflict, according to a policy note released this week by the World Bank. One of the key issues is the country's…
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Canada must stop arming Saudi Arabia, four former MPs say

Foreign policy is not typically a ballot box issue in Canada, and this election is no exception: Canada’s role in the world has thus far received little attention on the hustings. However, as former members of Parliament from four of Canada’s…
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Top US Spy says Somalia, Yemen, Syria and Iraq Represent Greater Terrorist Threat than Afghanistan

Afghanistan is no longer the US' top concern among international terrorist threats to the American homeland, the nation's top spy said at an intelligence and national security conference in Washington on Monday, even amid ongoing fears from…
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Protests in US over the Murder of Yemeni-American in Lahj Province

Tens of thousands of members of the Yemeni community in the US have denounced and protested against the murder of Yemeni-American Abdul-Malik Al-Sanabani who was visiting relatives this month, but was reportedly killed by an "armed gang" while…
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New UN Envoy: Yemen Is Stuck in `Indefinite State of War’

The new U.N. special envoy for Yemen said Friday that the Arab world's poorest nation is “stuck in an indefinite state of war” and resuming negotiations to end the more than six-year conflict won't be easy. Hans Grundberg, a Swedish diplomat…
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Israel Has Established Its Presence on Yemeni Islands: Yemeni Ambassador

Yemen’s ambassador to Tehran, Ibrahim Mohammad Mohammad al-Deilami, confirms Israel’s presence in Yemeni territories, especially in a number of strategic islands. “There is also an Israeli presence, especially in Yemeni territorial waters…
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15 Million Yemenis Are in Urgent Need of Water: OCHA

The United Nations has warned on Wednesday that urgent water supplies in Yemen would be reduced during September, if urgent funding is not available. The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen “OCHA”…
Britain in Yemen’s Mahra to spy on tribal leaders, resistance fighters
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Britain Sets up Cells in Yemen’s Mahra to Spy on Tribal Leaders, Resistance Fighters: Former Official

The former deputy governor of Yemen’s eastern province of al-Mahra says British forces have been recruiting some local people to use them for monitoring and spying on institutions, tribal leaders and resistance groups in the region. Speaking…
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Yemen official accuses UK intelligence of forming cells in the country

A former Yemeni official has accused the United Kingdom of forming intelligence cells in eastern Yemen, the Arabi21 website reported.The former deputy governor of Mahrah governorate, Ali bin Salem al-Huraizy, said at a press conference that…
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Covid-19: Saudi Arabia Banned Yemeni Residents from Accessing Vaccines, Says Report

Saudi Arabia has prevented thousands of its Yemeni residents from receiving Covid-19 vaccinations, according to a rights group, putting their lives at risk of contracting the virus. SAM Organisation for Rights and Liberties, a Geneva-based…