Author: احسن

احسن covers local breaking news from Yemen, Middle East news updates and world news making headlines from around the world.

Lieutenant General Jalal Al-Ruwaishan, Deputy Prime Minister of the Sanaa-based Yemeni government, emphasized that the implementation of the agreement with Saudi Arabia hinges on the Saudi side’s commitment. While the agreement is seen as a positive step by Sanaa, Al-Ruwaishan highlighted that actual progress is still awaited as the airport remains closed, and restrictive measures against Yemeni banks persist. Addressing Yemen’s support for the Gaza Strip resistance, Al-Ruwaishan reaffirmed the unwavering determination of the Yemeni people, leadership, and armed forces to stand by their declared stance. Despite efforts to sway Yemen’s position, Riyadh belatedly realized the futility of such attempts.…

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Last updated Jul 24, 2024 5:45 PM Israeli Minister of War, Yoav Gallant, criticized extremist Zionist Minister Itamar Ben Gvir for suggesting Jews pray at Al-Aqsa Mosque, calling him an “arsonist” trying to stir conflict in the Middle East. Gallant opposes Ben Gvir’s inclusion in the government, fearing his radical agenda may escalate tensions. Similarly, Aryeh Deri of the ultra-Orthodox Shas party rejected Ben Gvir’s involvement in a security body, citing concerns over his divisive policies. The discord within the Israeli government highlights the ongoing political struggle over religious rights and national security in the region. The controversy surrounding Ben…

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Last updated Jul 24, 2024 5:04 PM The US State Department has approved a $2.8 billion military sale to Saudi Arabia, as announced by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency. The deal includes a military “logistical and sustainable support system” and has received the necessary certification for submission to Congress. This sale is aimed at enhancing the security of Saudi Arabia, an important ally for political stability and economic progress in the Gulf region. It also aligns with the foreign policy and national security goals of the United States. By approving this military sale, the US is reaffirming its commitment to…

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A recent agreement between Yemen and Saudi Arabia addresses humanitarian and economic issues, according to head of the Sanaa negotiating delegation, Mohammed Abdul-Salam. The agreement includes the cancellation of recent decisions against banks by the coalition-backed government, as well as a commitment to halt similar actions in the future. Furthermore, the agreement facilitates the resumption of Yemenia Airlines flights between Sanaa and Jordan, with an increase to three daily flights including destinations like Cairo and India. Meetings are scheduled to address challenges faced by Yemeni Airlines Company in terms of administration, technology, and finance, with an emphasis on solving economic…

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Last updated Jul 23, 2024 3:47 PM Ansarullah Political Bureau in Yemen has condemned the ongoing atrocities committed by the Zionist enemy against the Palestinian people in Gaza Strip. The recent massacre in Khan Yunis was highlighted as a grave crime of the century. The Bureau’s statement denounces the international silence and complicity surrounding these heinous acts, emphasizing the need for global pressure to halt the bloodshed and end the aggression and siege on Gaza and the West Bank. Expressing unwavering solidarity with the Palestinian people, Yemen vows to uphold its moral, religious, and humanitarian duty to support them. The…

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In a solemn ceremony in Hodeida city, the bodies of seven martyrs who lost their lives in Israeli airstrikes on fuel tank facilities at Hodeida port were honored. The mourners, numbering in the hundreds, condemned the ruthless aggression on civilian targets and the port. Amidst the grief and outrage, the participants denounced the cowardly actions of the Zionist forces, viewing it as an attempt to deter Yemen’s steadfast support for the Palestinian cause. They called upon international bodies like the United Nations and the International Court of Justice to take action against this war crime aimed at starving and besieging…

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GAZA, July 22 (YPA) – The death toll from the ongoing Israeli aggression on Gaza has tragically risen to 39,006 people, as reported by the Gaza-based Ministry of Health. In the latest updates, 23 citizens were killed and 91 others were wounded in three separate massacres within the past 24 hours. The Ministry’s daily statistical report also highlighted the dire situation where victims remain trapped under the rubble of destroyed buildings, making it difficult for rescue teams to reach them. Since the start of the Israeli aggression, a staggering 89,818 people have been injured, further underscoring the urgent need for…

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A Yemeni archaeology enthusiast, Abdullah Mohsen, recently unveiled a collection of rare Yemeni antiquities, including a statue of “King Qataban,” at a warehouse in Paris. The discovery of these artifacts raised concerns about the trafficking of cultural heritage. In early 2020, French authorities found 15 Yemeni antiquities during a routine inspection, prompting them to contact the Center for Combating Trafficking in Cultural Property and Antiquities. The Yemeni embassy in Paris was also involved in verifying the authenticity of the artifacts. Mohsen expressed frustration over the delay in repatriating the antiquities back to Yemen, citing challenges faced by the Ministry of…

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A recent announcement from the Hadramout Inclusive Conference component has highlighted the need to address injustice, appropriation, and humiliation faced by citizens in all districts of Hadramout province. The coalition-backed authorities have been blamed for creating a reality filled with oppression, corruption, and deliberate mistreatment of the citizens, impacting their quality of life. The statement urges the people of Hadramout to stand up for their rights and dignity, emphasizing the importance of addressing poverty, famine, improving services, and combating corruption. Despite previous demands being ignored by the Aden government, the component vows to take bold actions in the future to…

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A protest rally was organized in London in support of the Palestinian people in Gaza. The rally, held in front of Parliament, urged the new Labor government to take immediate action to end the war in Gaza and stop the supply of British weapons to Israel. The event saw participation from civil society activists and political representatives. Demonstrators formed a human chain around Parliament, symbolizing the demand for a ceasefire in Gaza and the need for justice and peace in the region. They hoped that the government would respond to their calls for action. The protest highlighted the plight of…

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