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07
Dezember
2018

85,000 Yemeni Kids May Have Starved as Saudi Aggression: NGO

US Official Describes Yemen as ’Stuff of Nightmares, Horror, Deprivation, Misery’

85,000 Yemeni Kids May Have Starved as Saudi Aggression: NGO

Alwaght- Some 85,000 children under the age of five may have starved to death in Yemen since the Saudi regime and a coalition of its allies launched a brutal aggression on the impoverished nation since March 2015, UK-based charity reported.

Using data compiled by the UN, Save the Children calculated in a Tuesday report the mortality rate for untreated cases of Severe Acute Malnutrition among Yemeni kids between April 2015 and October 2018.

We are horrified that some 85,000 children in Yemen may have died because of extreme hunger since the war began. For every child killed by bombs and bullets, dozens are starving to death and it’s entirely preventable,” said Tamer Kirolos, the aid group’s Yemen director.

 

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07
Dezember
2018

Al-Hudaydah Battle: Goals, US Role

Al-Hudaydah continuous conflict

Al-Hudaydah Battle: Goals, US Role

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Alwaght- Recently, the Saudi-led Arab coalition and the resigned President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi’s mercenaries have intensified their attacks on the Yemeni ports city of al-Hudaydah. According to the reports, the new wave of aggression killed 150 Yemeni civilians. Reports suggest that in the first day, the Arab coalition launched about 30 airstrikes on the city. Some 200 air raids have so far been reported.

The new push to take control of the crucial port city was begun on Thursday, a day after the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a speech said that the Yemen peace talks to end the four-year war on the impoverished country should start from the next month.

 

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07
Dezember
2018

Assad Swears in New Ministers: Priority to Combat Corruption

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday swore in eight newly

Assad Swears in New Ministers: Priority to Combat Corruption

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday swore in eight newly- appointed ministers, stressing that priority now is to combat corruption.

Later, the President chaired a meeting for the Cabinet with all members, talking about the priorities of work in the next stage, most importantly, combating corruption.

 

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07
Dezember
2018

Hezbollah in Lebanon: US Hegemony is Over

Written by Elijah J. Magnier: @ejmalrai; Originally appeared at his blog

Hezbollah in Lebanon: US Hegemony is Over

The policy of the US establishment towards Lebanon is evidently changing and unstable, with a President who lacks general knowledge about the Middle East and above all of Hezbollah’s role in the region. It seems President Donald Trump is willing to reduce military support to the Lebanese Army and to impose further sanctions on Lebanon, unaware that he is thereby strengthening the Axis of Resistance and throwing the country of the Cedars into the arms of Russia and Iran. While the US is imposing further sanctions on Hezbollah, in the last few months its European partners have held secret meetings with that Organisation’s leaders during the visits of their official delegations to Beirut.

 

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