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Insight: Deep in Yemen war, Saudi fight against Iran falters

MARIB, Yemen (Reuters) - At a hospital in the Yemeni city of Marib, demand for artificial limbs from victims of the country's war is so high that prosthetics are made on site in a special workshop.
Reuters India

U.N. establishes panel to probe Yemen war crimes

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations agreed on Friday to set up a panel to examine all alleged human rights violations committed in Yemen's war and identify those responsible.
Reuters India

U.N. agrees international experts to probe Yemen war crimes

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations agreed on Friday to establish a group of eminent experts to examine all human rights violations commmitted in Yemen's war and to identify those responsible.
Reuters India

Human Rights Watch says Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen are war crimes

DUBAI (Reuters) - Human Rights Watch accused the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen of war crimes on Tuesday, saying its air strikes killed 39 civilians including 26 children in two months.
Reuters India

Iran's Rouhani says Saudi Arabia should stop backing terrorists in Yemen - TV

ANKARA (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accused the country's Sunni rival Saudi Arabia of backing terrorists in Yemen’s war, state TV reported on Tuesday.
Reuters India

Over 200 children killed in Yemen war in 2017: UNICEF

 A top United Nations official in Yemen said on Monday that a total of 201 children have been killed in the Yemeni ongoing civil war since the beginning of 2017.
Zee News

Qatar crisis strains Saudi-led Arab alliance in Yemen war

At the heart of the crisis is the accusation that Qatar supports the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist movement that coalition mainstays Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have designated a..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •Reuters IndiaDNA

Iran's Zarif hopes Yemen war does not lead to Iran, Saudi conflict

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday that he hopes that the conflict in Yemen will not lead to direct confrontation between Iran and Saudi Arabia and that "nobody is gaining"..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Injured by bullets, 4-year-old Yemen war survivor gets a new lease of life at Global Hospitals

injured by bullets, 4-year-old yemen war survivor gets a new lease of life at global hospitals
The incident took place two months ago when the kid, Dhai Mohammed was struck with bullets while playing near her house.
India.com Health

Saudi king upends royal succession, names son as 1st heir

Saudi Arabias King Salman today appointed his 31-year-old son Mohammed bin Salman as crown prince, placing him firmly as first-in-line to the throne and removing the countrys counterterrorism czar and..
Deccan Herald

Yemen cholera toll nears 1,000 as 'humanity loses out to

The death toll from a cholera outbreak is approaching 1,000 in Yemen, a war-devastated and impoverished country where "humanity is losing out to politics", a senior UN official said today.

Yemen war adds to rising fears for ships in Horn of Africa

LONDON (Reuters) - Yemen's worsening conflict is contributing to a spike in piracy in the region, with Somali pirates taking advantage of a reduced international naval presence and more readily..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Victim of Yemen's war: the death of Jamila, aged 7

Eyes half open and sunken deep into their sockets, little Jamila Ali Abdu already looked half dead for most of her 12-day stay at the malnutrition ward of Yemen's Hodeidah hospital.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Ancient mummies rot as Yemen war vexes even the dead

SANAA (Reuters) - Famine and disease haunt the living, but not even the dead are spared the calamities of Yemen's two-year-old civil war.
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

12 Saudi officers killed in helicopter crash in Yemen

The incident happened as US Defence Secretary James Mattis arrived in the Saudi capital to discuss the Yemen war with Saudi leaders.

Somalis fleeing Yemen war caught in nighttime sea attack

HODEIDAH, Yemen (Reuters) - Three rockets that fell in the darkness nearby were the first sign of trouble for 150 Somali migrants packed into a boat off Yemen's coast earlier this month.
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

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