Iran has been supplying its proxy in Yemen, the Houthi rebel group, with lethal aid for months even with a ceasefire intended to stop the bloodshed in the years-long Yemeni civil war.
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The Saudis attacked Houthi-controlled areas in response to the attacks.
A U.S. State Department spokesman reportedly stated that the Biden administration has been helping the country “strengthen air defenses in response to a rising number of aerial attacks from Yemen.”
Their ages ranged between 10 and 17 years.
Debris fell in several locations in Abu Dhabi, causing no casualties, after UAE air defense systems downed two ballistic missiles, according to the United Arab Emirates Defense Ministry.
Air traffic has been temporarily suspended in Abu Dhabi and its surrounding area.
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A deadly attack on Abu Dhabi by Iranian-linked Houthi rebels in Yemen left three people dead and six others injured.
On January 1, a UAE cargo ship, the Rwabee, was hijacked by Houthi forces.
The Houthi information minister claimed that the UAE has been pursuing a new strategy against the Yemeni people ever since Israel's prime minister visited there.
Human Rights Watch has been informed that the Houthis forced al-Hammadi to sign a document while she was blindfolded during an interrogation session.
The guided-missile cruiser “USS Monterey” found assault weapons, machine guns and sniper rifles on the stateless ship in the Arabian Sea.
The first round of talks took place on April 9, with Iraqi prime minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi serving as the facilitator.
According to the Saudi press, the last Jewish refugees from Yemen are seeking a country that will take them in, as they don’t wish to move to Israel.
According to the World Food Program, more than 70 percent of those living in Yemen need food assistance.
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"The revocations are intended to ensure that relevant US policies do not impede assistance to those already suffering . . . the world’s worst humanitarian crisis."
Aid agencies in Yemen welcomed President Biden’s plan to revoke the Houthis' designation as a terrorist group.
“Our action is due entirely to the humanitarian consequences of this last-minute designation from the prior administration."
Biden insisted that his speech was intended to “send a clear message to the world: America is back,” but he might as well have said Jimmy Carter's America was back.
Satellite footage shows Iran has established a base of Shahed-136 suicide drones in an area controlled by the Iranian proxy Houthi rebels in Yemen.
The family members were kept apart due to the security situation in Yemen and financial difficulties.
Iranian-backed Houthi forces in Yemen have threatened to attack Israel.
The Yemeni military later intercepted and destroyed an armed drone near Aden’s presidential Maasheeq palace as well.
A team of international researchers, including Prof. Maoz Fine of Bar-Ilan University, says there may still be time to prevent an ecological disaster.
The Defense Department, State Department employees, the United Nations and humanitarian groups are reportedly against such a move.
“I feel as if I were reborn today,” the father of the family says. “I am so happy to have met all my children and grandchildren.”
According to a 2017 report, there are about 50 Jews remaining in Yemen, all of them in Kharif.
The weapons seized include 150 ‘Dehlavieh’ anti-tank guided missiles and three Iranian surface-to-air missiles.
The announcement came at about the time Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was meeting in Lisbon, Portugal with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the situation in Iran.