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Stockholm Agreement Ignites Differences Among Houthi Leaders

Stockholm Agreement Ignites Differences Among Houthi Leaders

The Stockholm Agreement between the Yemeni government and the Houthis during last week’s talks in Sweden have led to disagreements among Houthi leaders, especially between the two main heads - Abu Ali Al-Hakem and Mahdi al-Mashat - as the former rejects the agreement while the other supports it.

Arab Coalition Destroys Drone at Sanaa Airport

Arab Coalition Destroys Drone at Sanaa Airport

The Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy in Yemen said Wednesday that it targeted an unmanned aerial vehicle before its execution of an imminent terrorist attack. The Coalition said in a statement that it "destroyed” the aircraft’s base at Sanaa international airport. It said the attack com

Sudan’s Bashir Stresses Continued Participation in Coalition in Yemen

Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir reiterated the continued participation of Sudanese forces in the Saudi-led Arab coalition to support legitimacy in Yemen and called for further cooperation between the Saudi and Sudanese armies. During a meeting Tuesday in Khartoum with the visiting Chief of the G

Iraq Parliament Fails to Fill Vacant Interior, Defense Posts

Iraq Parliament Fails to Fill Vacant Interior, Defense Posts

The Iraqi parliament failed on Tuesday in filling the vacant posts of the interior and defense ministries as it voted on nominees for the remaining members of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi’s cabinet. It did, however, approve three out of five ministers put forward by the premier, a step toward

US: New Middle East Peace Plan Takes Advantage of New Technology

US: New Middle East Peace Plan Takes Advantage of New Technology

Outgoing US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley revealed on Tuesday some details of an American Middle East peace plan, saying that it “takes advantage of the new world of technology that we live in.” She said Palestinians and Israelis, as well as countries around the world have a choice

Arab League Urges Australia, Brazil to Abide by Int’l Law on Jerusalem

Arab League Urges Australia, Brazil to Abide by Int’l Law on Jerusalem

The Arab League adopted on Tuesday a resolution that calls on Australia and Brazil to “respect international law” on the status of Jerusalem. It decided to dispatch a "high-ranking delegation" to Brazil and Australia to inform officials there on the need to "abide by international law" concerning

Saudi Arabia Launches Projects in Yemen’s Mahra

Saudi Arabia Launches Projects in Yemen’s Mahra

The Saudi Development and Reconstruction Program for Yemen (SDRPY) launched Monday a series of projects in the energy, water, education and transportation sectors in al-Mahra governorate. The projects were launched during a visit paid to the province by the program’s representatives, headed by Ab

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