Blockade of Yemen
At least 180 migrants feared dead in accident off Yemen’s coast

Every year thousands of migrants fleeing poverty, conflict zones or harsh climate conditions and in search of jobs and decent life face death and inhumane conditions in their journey

US and UK bombs have killed 55 Yemenis in five months

The leader of Ansar Allah, Sayyed Abdul Malik al-Houthi, reiterated that such attacks will not stop Yemenis from opposing the genocide of Palestinians in Gaza by the Israeli forces and West’s continued complicity

Anti-imperialists slam Greece’s involvement in US operation against Yemen

The conservative New Democracy government announced that it will send a Hellenic Navy Frigate to the Red Sea to join the US-led “Operation Prosperity Guardian” to counter Yemen’s Ansar Allah’s naval blockade against Israel

Intra-Yemeni talks Parties in Yemen war in indirect talks to formalize ceasefire, claims AP report 

According to the report, the parties have shown greater willingness to address key issues such as lifting of the blockade and sharing of oil revenues in the talks that are being mediated by Oman 

UK arms sale to Saudi coalition in Yemen At least 87 Yemenis killed and 136 injured in 14 months with arms supplied by UK and US: report

According to the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), the UK alone has sold weapons worth nearly USD 28 billion to Saudi Arabia since the beginning of the war in Yemen in 2015

Mass rally Yemen Mass rallies across Yemen denounce Saudi-led war and blockade 

The US has been supplying weapons to the Saudi-led international coalition in Yemen and helping it implement the blockade of the country, despite announcing an end to its role in the war in 2021

UN announces extension of Yemen ceasefire for two more months

The extension raises hopes for peace in Yemen, which has been devastated by the war for almost a decade resulting in death and displacement. The situation in Yemen has been called the worst human rights disaster of the century

Yemen ceasefire Yemen ceasefire completes one month amid contradictory claims 

The Houthis have accused the Saudi Arabia-led coalition of disregarding the main provisions of the UN-sponsored ceasefire agreement by not lifting its blockade on the Sanaa airport and carrying out various forms of aggression

Pakistan’s Supreme Court restores the National Assembly and other stories

Today we look at Pakistan’s Supreme Court verdict on the no-trust motion against PM Khan, a report on excess resource use and ecological damage, and more

Saudi-based Yemeni leader steps down as president

The Houthis, who had rejected the invitation to join the talks in Riyadh where the presidential council was created, have refused to recognize the council calling it a foreign implant without any real representation of the Yemeni people 

Saudi-led war in Yemen Seven years of Saudi atrocities on Yemen

The war in Yemen, backed by the US and the UK, has caused the death of over 110,000 people and completely destroyed the Arab world’s poorest country. Around two-third of its total population of nearly 30 million is now dependent on some kind of international humanitarian aid 

UN warns of rising child casualties, worsening hunger in Yemen war and other stories

Today we look at the severe hunger crisis and rising casualties in Yemen, the denial of Julian Assange’s appeal against his extradition, and more