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Yemen - Middle East Crisis

Discussion in 'Greater Asia & Middle East' started by Manmohan Yadav, Mar 27, 2015.

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    Houthis destroying North Sudan mercenary forces in Yemen


     
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    Propaganda videos released by AQAP(Al Qaeda in Yemen).HD quality with background music



     
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    http://saudigazette.com.sa/article/...rab-foreign-ministers-discuss-Iran-violations

    Cairo -- Saudi Arabia will not sit idle in the face of Iranian blatant aggression and will not hesitate to defend its national security and preserve the safety of its people, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir told an emergency meeting of Arab League foreign ministers here on Sunday.

    "The ballistic missile launched on my country's capital reflects the repeated Iranian attacks against the Kingdom, which witnessed the launch of 80 Iranian ballistic missiles through its Houthi agents in Yemen. It did not even care about the Muslims' Qiblah by launching three ballistic missiles in a blatant attack on Islamic sanctities and a provocation to the feelings of Muslims around the world," Jubeir said.

    He stressed that the Kingdom has tried since the beginning of the Iranian revolution to deal with Iran in accordance with the requirements of the principle of good-neighborliness and mutual respect, but unfortunately Iran has ignored all these efforts, violated all international laws, customs, principles and ethics, and tried to export revolution.

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    US strikes in Yemen have typically targeted suspected Al-Qaeda fighters, but last month the United States said it had killed dozens of fighters from its rival, the Daesh group, at training camps in Bayda. — File photo
    http://saudigazette.com.sa/article/522368/World/Mena/Drone-strike-kills-four-Qaeda-suspects-in-Yemen

    Aden — A drone strike killed four suspected Al-Qaeda fighters in central Yemen on Monday, a local official said.

    The United States is the only force known to operate armed drones over Yemen.

    "A car carrying four fighters was hit as it drove on a mountain road" in Bayda province, the official said. "All of them were killed."

    "The fighters were from Al-Qaeda," he said.

    Washington considers the Yemen-based Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula to be the radical group's most dangerous branch.

    AQAP has flourished in the chaos of the country's civil war.

    A long-running drone war against AQAP has intensified since US President Donald Trump took office in January.

    An air raid he ordered that month killed a US Navy SEAL and several Yemeni civilians in Bayda.

    US strikes in Yemen have typically targeted suspected Al-Qaeda fighters, but last month the United States said it had killed dozens of fighters from its rival, the Daesh group, at training camps in Bayda. — AFP
     
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    http://www.arabnews.com/node/1197586/saudi-arabia#photo/0

    US guided-missile destroyer makes port visit to Jeddah
    ARAB NEWS | Published — Wednesday 22 November 2017

    JEDDAH: The USS James E. Williams (DDG 95), a guided-missile destroyer in the US Navy, made a port visit to Jeddah on November 14-17, 2017. James E. Williams is deployed to the US Fifth Fleet area of operations to support maritime security operations and preserve the freedom of navigation and the free flow of commerce in the region.

    Sailors assigned to the James E. Williams played a friendly soccer match with Saudi Arabian players on November 16.

    Commander Allen Siegrist, commanding officer of USS James E. Williams, welcomed guests to the ship during a reception at the Jeddah port on November 16.

    Consul General Matthias J. Mitman delivered remarks to an audience of diplomats, sailors, and Saudi government officials, and thanked the sailors for their distinguished service in the US Navy. Rear Admiral Abdullah Al Juaid, Commander, Royal Saudi Naval Forces - Western Fleet, also addressed the guests highlighting US-Saudi naval cooperation.

    Reception guests enjoyed a rare opportunity to tour the guided-missile destroyer.

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    The injured victims were brought to India on a C-17 military transport plane. Photo: Special Arrangement

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/52-yemeni-war-victims-land-in-india/article20813412.ece



    Were able to come under a programme sponsored by UAE-based Emirates Red Crescent organisation

    A group of 66 Yemeni nationals — 52 patients and 14 attendants — arrived in India on a special military aircraft earlier this week for medical treatment. The patients are war victims who were injured in the on-going Houthi insurgency in the country.

    The group arrived in India as part of the Fortis Healthcare Limited tie-up with the Office of the Military Attache – Embassy of UAE to facilitate advanced treatment of war victims from Yemen.

    Since March, over 4,773 patients have died while another 8,272 people have been injured due to air strikes in Yemen, according to the United Nations.


    A soldier from the United Arab Emirates stands guard next to a UAE military plane at the airport of Yemen's southern port city of Aden August 8, 2015. (File photo: Reuters)
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