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18 October 2019

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UN Security Council :Yemeni humanitarian crisis is heightened (3)
18 October 2019 Members of the United Nations Security Council met in New York on Thursday to address the political and humanitarian impediments in Yemen . Member states wait to see if the Stockholm Agreement which was put together last December will eventually be implemented, the country's humanitarian situation faces a downward spiral. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Lowcock laid out the
Islah Milita Attack Worshipers in A Mosque in Shabwa (2)
On Oct 18, 2019 YemenExtra Y.A Local sources in Ataq Shabwa said that a militia belongs to Islah Party assaulted worshipers in a mosque in the city. The sources pointed out that the Islah militias in the province began to attack some worshipers in the mosque of Omar Ibn Abdul Aziz in the city of Ataq Shabwa province after they rejected a sermon launched by the mosque preacher against the people of the south and the Southern Transitional Council.
UN envoy urges Yemeni warring parties to end hostilities amid signs of hope (2)
Video PlayerClose UNITED NATIONS, Oct. 17 (Xinhua) - The United Nations special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths on Thursday called on warring parties to cease hostilities while signs of hope are appearing. "With signs of hope appearing on the horizon in Yemen, warring parties must cease hostilities, facilitate food and fuel distribution and relaunch talks aimed at ending the world's most severe humanitarian crisis," Griffiths
Dhamar tribes rally against coalition crimes (2)
Last updated Oct 18, 2019 7:09 PM DHAMAR, Oct. 18 (YPA) - A protest rally was staged on Friday by tribes and sheikhs of Dhamar province to condemn the Saudi-led aggression coalition mercenaries' attempt to rape a woman at Tuhayta district of Hodeidah. A the rally, the protesters denounced arbitrary action taken by the aggression in holding oil tankers and its siege imposed on the Yemeni people. The rally called on the Yemeni tribes to move the fronts to response on the
YPC announces arrival of 3 oil ships in Hodeidah port (1)
On Oct 18, 2019 SANAA, Oct. 18 (Saba) - Yemeni Petroleum Company (YPC) on Thursday announced the arrival of two vessels carrying 22,000 tons of diesel in the port of Hodeidah along with another ship loaded with fuel oil for Hodeidah electricity plant. "The first vessel carrying 10,937 tons of diesel arrived at the port of Hodeidah after being held by Saudi-led aggression coalition for 43 days at sea," the company said in a statement.
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