Houthi rebels from Yemen attack Saudi oil projects

Houthi rebels from Yemen attack Saudi oil projects

Sana/Riyadh: After carrying out drone attacks on the civilian airports in Saudi Arabia, the Houthi rebels from Yemen have started targeting the oil projects in Saudi Arabia. The Houthi rebels launched 10 drone attacks on the government oil project, Aramco. The Houthi rebels threatened ‘This is only the beginning, and these attacks will be excruciating […]

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Houthi rebels from Yemen launch fresh attacks on Saudi airport, 9 injured including one Indian

Houthi rebels from Yemen launch fresh attacks on Saudi airport, 9 injured including one Indian

Riyadh: Nine people, including one Indian citizen, were injured, in one more attack, by the Houthi rebels from Yemen, on Abha airport in Saudi. Saudi and United Arab Emirates military unit published that the Houthi rebels used a drone to carry out the attack. This is the sixth attack on this airport by the Houthi […]

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20 Saudi Arabian posts captured, claim Houthi rebels from Yemen

20 Saudi Arabian posts captured, claim Houthi rebels from Yemen

Sana: The Houthi rebels in Yemen have intensified their attacks against Saudi Arabia. The Houthi rebels, who have been carrying out missile and drone attacks on Saudi Arabia,claimed to have acquired Saudi Arabian military posts. The Houthi rebels claimed to have acquired 20 Saudi Arabian military posts, in Najran Province and also claimed to have […]

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President Trump uses his Veto power to continue cooperating with Saudi in the Yemen war

President Trump uses his Veto power to continue cooperating with Saudi in the Yemen war

Washington: Ignoring the criticism from the US Congress and opponents, President Donald Trump has taken the decision to provide military assistance to Saudi, in the conflict against the Houthi rebels, in Yemen. President Trump used his veto right for this purpose. Saudi and its Arab allies have welcomed the stand taken by President Trump, whereas, […]

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More than 250 million people hit by severe food shortage in the world

More than 250 million people hit by severe food shortage in the world

Rome: A report by an international voluntary group says that more than 250 million people have been hit by severe food shortage, as a result of the continuing and intensifying conflicts around the world, economic crisis and natural calamities. The percentage is more in 8 Asian and African countries, including Yemen, Nigeria, Syria and Afghanistan. […]

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Pakistan issues summons to the Iranian Ambassador following the conflict on the Pakistan-Iran border

Pakistan issues summons to the Iranian Ambassador following the conflict on the Pakistan-Iran border

Islamabad: Six Pakistani soldiers were killed in the explosion of the explosives planted by the Iranian terrorists at the Pakistan border. Pakistan has expressed strong displeasure over the matter and has summoned the Iranian Ambassador. Iran had levelled accusations in the past, that terrorists from Pakistan are intruding into Iran and carrying out attacks. This […]

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Yemeni rebels revealed to be using Iranian missiles; UN report

Yemeni rebels revealed to be using Iranian missiles; UN report

United Nations: Iran is faced with a new crisis. It has been exposed that the Houthi rebels from Yemen are using Iranian missile launchers. Therefore, it is being criticised that Iran is responsible as much as the Houthi rebels, for the human massacre in Yemen. But the United Nations Secretary-General has avoided taking a stand […]

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