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Arab League chief condemns Houthis for 'assassinating' Saleh

Arab League chief condemns Houthis for 'assassinating' Saleh

The head of the Arab League warned that Saleh's killing following the collapse of his uneasy alliance with the rebels threatens an "explosion in the security situation" in the war-ravaged country.

UAE and Saudi Arabia form new alliance

UAE and Saudi Arabia form new alliance

The move comes with Kuwait hosting a two-day summit of the GCC, which is riven by divisions after Saudi Arabia and its allies cut ties with Qatar earlier this year.

Saudi completes main arrests in anti-graft purge: minister

Saudi completes main arrests in anti-graft purge: minister

Dozens of princes, officials and businessmen were detained last month, about 200 people questioned, and over 2,000 bank accounts frozen in the purge.

Rouhani: Yemen's aggressors will regret their actions

Rouhani: Yemen's aggressors will regret their actions

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday that Yemenis would make those attacking their country regret their actions as a Saudi-led coalition pounded the rebel-held capital with heavy air strikes.

Yemen ex-leader's son calls for revenge: Saudi-owned TV

Yemen ex-leader's son calls for revenge: Saudi-owned TV

Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed in a shooting attack on Monday after switching sides, abandoning his Houthi allies in favour of a Saudi-led alliance.

Former Yemeni leader played his last hand and lost

Former Yemeni leader played his last hand and lost

Yemen’s steely former president of 33 years, Ali Abdullah Saleh, made his last political gamble and lost yesterday, meeting his death at the hands of the Houthi movement, his erstwhile allies in the country’s multi-sided civil war.

Reaching out to displaced

Reaching out to displaced

Princess Sarah Zeid of Jordan (left) meets with displaced women at the UN Protection of Civilians (PoC) site in Juba, yesterday.

Jordan sentences Syrian to hang over border bombing

Jordan sentences Syrian to hang over border bombing

A Jordanian court yesterday sentenced a Syrian man to death by hanging for carrying out a “terrorist” attack in 2016 that killed seven soldiers near a border crossing.

Syrian teen pleads for ‘a chance’ at kids peace prize

Syrian teen pleads for ‘a chance’ at kids peace prize

A Syrian teenager made a strong plea yesterday for the world to give refugees fleeing his country’s war an opportunity, as he received the prestigious International Children’s Peace Prize in The Hague.

Former Yemeni strongman Saleh played his last hand and lost

Former Yemeni strongman Saleh played his last hand and lost

Yemen's steely former president of 33 years, Ali Abdullah Saleh, made his last political gamble and lost on Monday, meeting his death at the hands of the Houthi movement, his erstwhile allies in the country's multi-sided civil war.

Syrian boy wins Children's Peace Prize for building refugee school in Lebanon

Syrian boy wins Children's Peace Prize for building refugee school in Lebanon

A teenage Syrian refugee won a prestigious international prize on Monday for building a school and providing an education to hundreds of children who fled to Lebanon to escape the conflict.

Jordan warns Trump against Jerusalem recognition

Jordan warns Trump against Jerusalem recognition

Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi told his US counterpart Rex Tillerson that it was "necessary to preserve the historical and legal status of Jerusalem and refrain from any decision that aims to change that status".

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