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What are the consequences of relocating the Communication Sector into Aden?

By: Abdulkhaliq Alnaqeeb: What are the consequences of relocating the Communication Sector into Aden? What are its impacts on the Humanitarian situation in Yemen? And how will Mr. Griffiths get all parties to neutralize the humanitarian efforts as an initial indicator for the success of his international mission?
Trump pushes arms sales to Saudi Arabia as he lauds bin Salman

MEE and agencies : President Donald Trump feted Saudi Arabia's powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Tuesday and lauded US defence sales as a boost to American jobs
Senators spar over vote to block US role in Yemen war

by Joel Gehrke : A debate over the U.S. position in Yemen’s civil war scrambled party lines in the Senate on Tuesday, hours before a vote over a resolution to bar President Trump from providing aid to ally Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi War in Yemen Is Strengthening Terrorism

by Paul R. Pillar : Saudi Arabia’s U.S.-backed military campaign in Yemen, now almost three years old, not only drives the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, but also deepens the terrorist threat to the United States.
Britain and the US must stop fuelling the bloody Saudi war on Yemen

Patrick Wilcken : From Germany to Canada, governments are finally waking up to the catastrophe in Yemen. Saudi’s remaining allies are part of the problem
The Saudi-Led Blockade Is Still Starving Yemen

By Daniel Larison • As the Saudi crown prince visits Washington today, Jan Egeland and David Miliband remind us what the Saudi government and its allies have done to Yemen with U.S. and other Western backing:
Don’t Believe the Media Hype About Saudi Prince Mohammed Bin Salman

by Medea Benjamin : Positive reforms credited to MbS are minor in the larger picture of a kingdom that brooks no dissent internally and is committing war crimes abroad
U.S. should end role in Yemen’s civil war

By LISA SCHIRCH and KEVIN MARTIN : Half a world away, our tax dollars are fueling what the United Nations is calling the worst humanitarian crisis on the planet.
If I Were MBS, I’d Be Cynical About This Visit

Robert Fisk: Thank heavens Theresa May is giving a warm welcome today to the illustrious Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, His Royal Majesty Mohammad bin Salman. For it is meet and right that she should do so.
UAE-Saudi disagreement in Geneva puts Yemen’s unity at risk

Published in: Middle East : On Wednesday, Al-Khaleej reported that there was a clear disagreement between the UAE and Saudi Arabia in the United Nations Human Rights Council. This revolved around the fact that Riyadh resisting efforts to hold Coalition leaders accountable for conditions in Yemen.
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