Saudi led war on Yemen
Protest Arms-laden Saudi ship sparks protests in Europe

The ship is making its way across the continent, allegedly carrying weapons to be used in the civil war in Yemen.

Bahri Yanbu protests Protests break out in Europe against arms-laden Saudi ship Bahri Yanbu

Protests took place in Belgium and France as the Bahri Yanbu made its way across the continent carrying arms, allegedly for use in the conflict in Yemen. Dockworkers are likely to protest in Genoa where the ship is heading

Nine soldiers of Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi’s army killed in Saudi airstrike in Yemen

The airstrike took place in in Jafra in the Marib province. As per reports, 10 more soldiers have been seriously injured in the attack

Abdallah Hamdok Sudan withdraws 10,000 troops from Yemen

The remaining 5,000 Sudanese soldiers in Yemen are also likely to be withdrawn soon. The return of the soldiers was a key demand of the Sudanese protesters who forced former president Omar al-Bashir to resign in April

Yemen war If fighting continues, Yemen to be world’s poorest country by 2022: UN

A UN report says that if the conflict continues, 79% of Yemen’s population will be below the poverty line by 2022, with 65% classified as extremely poor

Saudi War in Yemen: The beginning of the end?

Prabir Purkayastha talks about the possibilities of negotiations in the region between Iran and Saudi Arabia with Iraqi mediation.

Yemen Is the tide turning in Yemen?

The claims by Houthis fighters of seizing territory in Saudi Arabia, if true, could mark a key moment in the war in Yemen which has caused one of the worst humanitarian disasters of the century

10 Ways that the Climate Crisis and Militarism are Intertwined

War and militarism are destroying the planet. But if we de-fund the Pentagon, we can save it.

Human rights campaigners protest arms sales to Saudi Arabia outside the Defence and Security Organisation (DSO), the Government department responsible for arms export promotions in the UK. UK trade secretary apologizes for supply of equipment to Saudi army in violation of court order

International trade secretary Liz Truss admitted that the UK had issued two licenses worth USD 54,000 for radio spare parts and an air cooler for the Royal Saudi Land Forces

Attacks on Aramco oil facilities: Saudi Arabia has a lot to fear

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the latest attacks on oil processing facilities in Saudi Arabia for which the Houthis have taken responsibility.

Aramco Houthi attacks on Aramco oil facilities reveal extent of Saudi vulnerability

The attacks by the Houthi forces on Aramco facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais will cause a steep rise in oil prices. They also demonstrate that Saudi Arabia may have more to lose than money if it continues with its genocidal war on Yemen

Saudi airstrike kills 100 prisoners in Yemen Saudi airstrike kills 100 prisoners in Yemen

The attack took place on September 1 and is the latest in a series of attacks that have destroyed infrastructure and killed hundreds of non-combatants

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