Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has announced he will designate Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels as a “foreign terrorist organization" as time runs down on the Trump administration.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
In our news wrap Wednesday, questions are intensifying about the pace of vaccinations as COVID-19 deaths reached 1.8 million worldwide with more than 340,000 in the United States,the Senate moved to override President Trump’s veto of the annual defense policy…
By PBS NewsHour
Security officials say a large explosion has struck the airport in the southern Yemeni city of Aden, shortly after a plane carrying the newly formed Cabinet landed there.
By Ahmed Al-Haj, Samy Magdy, Associated Press
Dire U.N. warnings of a growing hunger crisis are becoming reality in multiple countries. The coronavirus pandemic is adding a further burden on families already struggling to feed themselves amid collapsing economies and war.
By Tameen Akhgar. Associated Press and Samy Magdy, Eissa Ahmed, Associated Press
In our news wrap Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote in one week on Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. The panel’s Republican majority set the schedule after a discussion that split along party lines. Also, the president of…
By Jane Ferguson
Violence in Yemen is surging after a six-week cease-fire prompted by the coronavirus pandemic ended in May. The war-ravaged nation has been facing disease and hunger for six years already, and COVID-19 is now pushing a devastated health infrastructure to…
By Maggie Michael, Associated Press
The coronavirus is spreading throughout Yemen, a country that has been devastated by five years of civil war.
Already 75 percent of U.N. programs in Yemen, covering essentially every sector, from food to health care and nutrition, have had to shut their doors or reduce operations amid a shortage of funds.
By Associated Press
Some 75% of U.N. programs in Yemen have had to shut their doors or reduce operations.
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