Jemenkrieg-Mosaik 808 - Yemen War Mosaic 808

Yemen Press Reader 808: 1. Juni 2022: Menschenrechtsverletzungen gegen Migranten nehmen zu – Wird der Waffenstillstand verlängert? Er endet am 2. Juni – Beide Seiten stellen Bedingungen, konkrete Verhandlungen ohne Ergebnis, beide werfen sich Verstöße vor – u.a.m.

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June 1, 2022: Human rights abuses against migrants on the rise – Will the ceasefire be extended? It ends on June 2nd – Both sides set conditions, concrete negotiations without results , both sides accuse each other of violations – and more

Schwerpunkte / Key aspects

Kursiv: Siehe Teil 2 / In Italics: Look in part 2:

Klassifizierung / Classification

Für wen das Thema ganz neu ist / Who is new to the subject

cp1 Am wichtigsten / Most important

cp1a Am wichtigsten: Coronavirus und Seuchen / Most important: Coronavirus and epidemics

cp2 Allgemein / General

cp2a Allgemein: Saudische Blockade / General: Saudi blockade

cp3 Humanitäre Lage / Humanitarian situation

cp4 Flüchtlinge / Refugees

cp5 Nordjemen und Huthis / Northern Yemen and Houthis

cp6 Separatisten und Aden-Regierung im Südjemen / Separatists and Aden government in Southern Yemen

cp7 UNO und Friedensgespräche / UN and peace talks

cp8 Saudi-Arabien / Saudi Arabia

cp9 USA

cp9a USA-Iran Krise: Spannungen am Golf / US-Iran crisis: Tensions at the Gulf

cp10 Großbritannien / Great Britain

cp12 Andere Länder / Other countries

cp12b Sudan

cp13a Kulturerbe / Cultural heritage

cp13b Wirtschaft / Economy

cp14 Terrorismus / Terrorism

cp15 Propaganda

cp16 Saudische Luftangriffe / Saudi air raids

cp17 Kriegsereignisse / Theater of War

cp18 Kampf um Hodeidah / Hodeidah battle

cp19 Sonstiges / Other

Klassifizierung / Classification




(Kein Stern / No star)

? = Keine Einschatzung / No rating

A = Aktuell / Current news

B = Hintergrund / Background

C = Chronik / Chronicle

D = Details

E = Wirtschaft / Economy

H = Humanitäre Fragen / Humanitarian questions

K = Krieg / War

P = Politik / Politics

pH = Pro-Houthi

pS = Pro-Saudi

T = Terrorismus / Terrorism

Für wen das Thema ganz neu ist / Who is new to the subject

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Jemens schmutziger Krieg

Mindestens 370.000 Menschen sind im Jemen-Konflikt bereits gestorben, Millionen geflüchtet. Die Vereinten Nationen stufen den Krieg und seine Folgen als die schlimmste humanitäre Krise der Welt ein.

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Yemen’s Dirty War

At least 370,000 people have already died in the Yemen conflict, while millions have been displaced. The United Nations ranks the bloody proxy war and its effects as the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

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Film: Is the Yemen War coming to an end? =

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While the war between Russia and Ukraine has captured the world’s attention for the last few weeks, there is another conflict, the civil war in Yemen, which has seen recent developments that deserve closer attention. Yemen has been the stage of a complicated and protracted conflict for seven years now. The conflict, which started when Ansar Allah, a Shiite armed group backed by Iran (also referred to as “the Houthis”), took over Yemen’s capital Sanaa in September 2014, has only escalated in recent years.

In the last month, however, the conflict has taken a new turn. For the first time since 2016, all conflict parties in Yemen have agreed to a two-month truce during Ramadan.

cp1 Am wichtigsten / Most important

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UN special envoy for #Yemen @OSE_Yemen expected to announce an extension of the truce between the Yemeni govt and Houthis for another two months, according to a govt official.

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Human rights violations against migrants in Yemen increase amid soaring arrivals: IOM warns

At least 27,800 people have crossed from the Horn of Africa to war-torn Yemen in the first five months of 2022, more than the total who made the journey all of last year along what was the world’s busiest maritime migration route prior to COVID-19, according to the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM).

IOM last year reported that an estimated 27,700 migrants entered Yemen through the so-called Eastern Route, down from 138,000 in 2019 due to heightened COVID-19 mobility restrictions. Approximately 37,500 made the journey in 2020.

The rise in arrivals is cause for alarm in a country now grappling with its eighth year of conflict.

“We are increasingly concerned about the safety and well-being of people moving through Yemen,” said Christa Rottensteiner, IOM Yemen’s Chief of Mission. “Our teams meet migrants every day who have been injured in the conflict or become stranded on their journeys.”

A variety of factors may be influencing this year’s increase, including a loosening of COVID-19 mobility restrictions, more favorable weather conditions, and the security situation and drought in Ethiopia, where most migrants originate from.

Upon arriving in Yemen, migrants face perilous onward journeys to Gulf countries in search of work. They often travel across conflict frontlines and face grave human rights violations such as detention in inhumane conditions, exploitation and forced transfers across lines of control.

Women and girls often report experiencing gender-based violence, abuse or exploitation, usually at the hands of traffickers and smugglers.

In the north of the country, IOM's partners and the local community have reported that over 1,000 migrants – including women and children – have been injured or killed by attacks this year.

Every month, hundreds are treated for gunshot wounds at an IOM-supported hospital near the border town of Sa’dah.

In Ma’rib – some 25 kilometres from one of the conflict’s frontlines – approximately 4,500 migrants are stranded, unable to continue their journey onward or return back.

More than 900 migrants departed on Voluntary Humanitarian Return (VHR) flights from Aden in May (as of 31/05 mid-day), but greater funding is needed to help thousands of others waiting to leave from Aden, Sana’a and Ma’rib.

“One of the main ways we can offer relief and protection is to open more opportunities for migrants who wish to return home to do so, and to provide life-saving assistance and medical aid to those in need,” said Rottensteiner.

“At a time when funding for the Yemen response is on a decline, we must not turn our backs on stranded migrants who are often forgotten in times of crisis. We urgently require greater funding to ease the suffering of more than 190,000 migrants in need of assistance in Yemen.”

IOM is currently appealing for USD 7.5 million to support thousands of stranded migrants to voluntarily return from Yemen to Ethiopia, through IOM’s VHR programme. The Organization also requires USD 9 million to continue its displacement and mobility tracking activities.

cp1a Am wichtigsten: Coronavirus und Seuchen / Most important: Coronavirus and epidemics

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Three new COVID-19 cases reported, 11,822 in total

In its statement, the committee also affirmed the recovery of six coronavirus patients in the governorate of Lahj. No death has been recorded.

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Film by WHO: Protecting 4 Million people in Yemen through Malaria surveillance and control

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Film: Yemen– Aden Measles Outbreak Threatens Children

Measles disease is rapidly spreading in Yemen’s southern port city of Aden due to the country’s poor healthcare system and decline in immunization coverage. Medical sources said the city’s hospitals’ received hundreds of Measles cases, after decades of decline The sources told A24 News Agency that poor health infrastructure, low awareness, War and a backlash against vaccinations in most cases were driving forces in these recent outbreaks in Aden. They said the majority of cases were among people who were not vaccinated against measles. The sources said 1500 children have died so far from the preventable but highly contagious disease in Aden.


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Film: Vaccination campaign again measles virus starts in Aden

Today, the temporary capital of Aden, launched an emergency campaign for health immunization against the measles virus, sponsored by the World Health Organization and UNICEF. The campaign aims to reach 1,355,142 children from the age of 6-10 months across 10 liberated governorates, and it takes place in over 2,000 established and mobile health centers.

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cp2 Allgemein / General

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Interactive Map of Yemen War

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Can A UN-Coordinated Dutch-US Plan Defuse The Ticking Safer ‘Time Bomb’?

A month later, a scheme devised by Gressly to oversee the UN’s attempts to raise $80 million from donors began. So far, however, the world body has been able to raise only $40 million.

Meanwhile, the clock is ticking on the salvage plan.

“If we do not receive sufficient funding urgently, the weather window to transfer the oil will close,” Auke Lootsma, resident representative of the UN Development Program in Yemen, said.

“By October, high winds and volatile currents make the operation more dangerous and increase the risk of the ship breaking up.”

A massive oil spill from the Safer would devastate fishing communities on the Red Sea coast and wreak havoc on the water, reefs and mangroves of the littoral states, notably Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia, and Yemen itself.

It would also lead to the disruption or even closure of the ports of Hodeidah and As Salif, which would greatly hinder commercial activity across Yemen and the country’s ability to receive humanitarian aid.

In any event, the cost of cleanup alone is expected to be $20 million.

“When the Houthis seized power in that part of Yemen in 2015, they took over the Safer but they lacked the know-how to maintain it,” Al-Shehri said. “Since then, they have been using the alarming structural state of the vessel as a bargaining chip, with the goal of grabbing the proceeds of the oil sold in the market or selling the oil in the black market for further gain.”

My comment: This is anti-Houthi. Actually, the “West” willingly spending money for military intervention world-wide is unwilling to push the FSO Safer case forward by giving the US$ 100 million still required.

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Lifting the siege on Taiz

The lifting of the siege imposed by the Houthis on the city of Taiz for the last seven years has turned into one of the central issues in the Yemeni crisis.

The siege itself reveals how the Iranian-backed militias deal with many parts of Yemen.

They see hostile areas as parts of the country which must be subjugated by force or at best isolated from the rest of Yemen. Such is the case with Taiz, one of the most densely-populated cities in Yemen.

In addition to military and economic considerations, other aspects may explain why the Houthis insist on blocking access to the city, in a stark illustration of their mindset which rejects the notion of reconciliation with others.

Conditions for the population have deteriorated as a result of the blocked access to goods, medicines and foodstuffs.

The Houthis have no qualms about inconsistency when they call for the lifting of the alleged siege of Sana’a airport and the port of Hodeidah for humanitarian considerations, while at the same time, they themselves enforce a blockade around the largest Yemeni city in terms of population density. Their siege of Taiz can only be described as an inhuman war crime.

In the final analysis, the lifting of the Houthi siege of Taiz has become a test for the possible extension of the UN truce, in addition to it being a humanitarian necessity.

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Saudi Arabia launches 'Red Wave 5' naval drill off Jeddah

A mixed naval exercise launched today off the Saudi Red Sea coast of Jeddah. Led by the Western Fleet, the 'Red Wave 5' drill will include the participation of countries bordering the Red Sea, including Jordan, Egypt, Sudan, Djibouti, Yemen and observers from Somalia.

The Royal Saudi Land Forces, Royal Saudi Air Force and naval units of the Saudi Border Guard will also be taking part.

According to the Saudi Press Agency, Commander of the Western Fleet Rear Admiral Yahya Bin Mohammed Al-Asiri, explained that the drill aims to enhance maritime security for the countries bordering the Red Sea, protect territorial waters, strengthen military cooperation and to raise their combat readiness to ensure maritime security and freedom of navigation.

It has also been reported that the exercise will involve, for the first time Apache helicopters.

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'Tortured to death': Saudi Army kills seven Yemeni migrants trying to cross border amid UN silence

Families of the seven Yemeni migrants reveal to Al Mayadeen English who killed their sons as Ansar Allah, Saudi coalition trade blames.

Yemeni migrant Abdullah Hasan Saeed left his village in Al-Hudaydah on May 9 toward the Yemeni crossing-border of Al-Raqo to find a job in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. On May 12, his father Hasan received a call from the Republican Hospital in Saada telling him the Saudi Army has tortured and killed his son.

“A Saudi bullet in his back killed him,” Hasan, father of Abdullah, told Al Mayadeen English in a phone call. He added, “There are also signs of torture on his body.”

Abdullah, 28, is one of seven Yemeni citizens tortured and killed by the Saudi Army while on their way to the Kingdom seeking job opportunities to make a living.

On May 12, Al-Masirah TV, citing its reporter in Saada, reported that seven corpses of Yemeni migrants tortured and killed by the Saudi Army in the bordering area of Al-Raqo have arrived at the Republican Hospital in Saada.

Insan Organization condemned this crime and published the names and images of four out of the seven citizens tortured and killed

"The Saudi soldiers have tortured several Yemeni civilians along the border area of ​​Al-Raqo until they died, as seven bodies of civilians arrived in the Republican Hospital in Saada, bearing signs of torture by beating and electrocution," Yemeni Eye of Humanity Center For Rights and Freedoms said in a statement, pointing that the number of victims will most likely increase.

"This crime revealed the true face of this takfiri Wahhabi regime that rules Saudi Arabia and does not accept coexistence with others," the statement added.

Ahmed Abu Hamra, Director of Eye of Humanity Center For Rights and Freedoms, condemned this Saudi crime, saying, "The Saudi regime's record is full of daily crimes in the border areas."

"We have contacted all UN organizations regarding these crimes, but organizations do not take any action," he noted.

On May 13, the Saudi-led coalition in a statement published by Saudi Press Agency (SPA), said, "Ansar Allah's allegations that there are deaths in the border area of Al-​​Raqo, with the Saudi forces dealing with them, are untrue."

"Dozens of migrants were killed in the process of forced displacement and armed clashes launched by the Houthis," SPAreported, citing the US-backed Saudi coalition allegations in the statement.

Hasan, father of Abdullah, from Al-Marawi`ah District of the port city of Al-Hudaydah, denied the Saudi allegations and accused the Saudi Army of killing his son Abdullah. "He was killed by a Saudi bullet over a Saudi territory off Al-Raqo area."

Asked what job Abdullah was seeking in the Kingdom, he replied, "He used to work in restaurants."

Yemeni Ministry of Health said on May 12 in a statement that the torture and killing of the seven Yemeni citizens is “a full-fledged crime and a grave violation of international and humanitarian law...”

“The coalition continues to shed Yemeni blood by various means, whether by airstrikes, rocket-propelled grenades and artillery, or torture till death,” it added.

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Million, 620 Thousand Workers Lost Jobs Due to US-Saudi Aggression, Siege

The Undersecretary of the [Sanaa gov.] Ministry of Finance for Planning and Statistics Affairs revealed Friday the repercussions of the seven years of the US-Saudi aggression and siege on the workforce in Yemen.

In a special investigation for Almasirah, Ahmed Hajar confirmed that a million and 620 thousand workers lost their jobs as a result of the aggression and siege.

Hajar indicated that nearly 3 million of the workforce in Yemen are in a state of unemployment and did not find job opportunities due to the aggression and the siege, noting that 38% of the workforce in Yemen was deprived of sources of income and the effects of this are rising daily.

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Joint Statement on Safer Oil Tanker Threats in the Red Sea

Representatives of the Governments of the United States and the Netherlands have partnered to support the UN efforts to address and avert the economic, environmental, and humanitarian threats posed by the Safer oil tanker in the Red Sea region.

Today, Dutch Ambassador to the United States André Haspels hosted a meeting joined by U.S. Special Envoy Lenderking, Yemeni Ambassador to the United States Mohammed al-Hadrami, and representatives from the diplomatic community in Washington, D.C. They stressed the importance of raising $144 million to fund the UN’s operational plan, which includes $80 million for an emergency operation to offload the oil from the Safer to a temporary vessel. At the pledging event co-hosted by the UN and the Netherlands earlier this month, nearly half the funds required for the emergency operation were raised, but more is urgently needed to move forward.

The Safer is a rapidly decaying and unstable supertanker that contains four times the amount of oil spilled by the Exxon Valdez.

We urge public and private donors to consider generous contributions to help prevent a leak, spill, or explosion, whose effects would destroy livelihoods, tourism, and commerce in one of the world’s vital shipping lanes.

Media report:

My comment: The US and an EU member state lament about ca. $ 110 million still missing for this important operation, while spending this sum ca. every 50 minutes for military?


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Greenpeace: Countries must step up to fully fund US$80 million FSO Safer oil tanker rescue off Yemen


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Ticking Time Bomb


Moored in the Red Sea, around 4.8 nautical miles off the coast of Yemen, the FSO Safer has made headlines around the world for a few years – for all the wrong reasons. The floating oil storage and offloading vessel holds over 1.14 million barrels of crude oil which makes it one of the world’s largest oil tankers. Built in Japan in 1976, it has been moored in the Red Sea and has been left exposed to humidity and corrosion with little or no maintenance since Yemen’s civil war started in 2015. It is not insured and has been left without maintenance for the last seven years.

On board the rusting tanker is a small crew working desperately to keep the tanker afloat and secure and they managed, so far, to prevent a major catastrophe. Despite their efforts however, leaks have happened in the past. The most serious one occurred in May 2020 when seawater entered the engine room. It took five days to stop the leak.

If all the oil on board was to spill, the disaster would be four times bigger than the Exxon Valdez oil spill. It would cause widespread environmental damage to the fragile marine environments of the Red Sea, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Yemen and affecting neighbouring countries. Such a spill would force the closure of the local port of Hodeidah through which 68% of the aid and supplies flow. It could impact food supplies for 8.4 million people, drinking water for 10 million people and the livelihoods and health of 1.7 million fishermen and coastal communities.

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Yemen: Ending the siege of Taiz is an urgent humanitarian priority

The parties to the conflict in Yemen should urgently work to end the siege of the city of Taiz and take all possible steps to reduce the suffering of millions living there, Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor said Thursday in a statement.

The difficult humanitarian conditions in Taiz necessitate prioritizing lifting the siege during the current talks, especially in light of the ongoing truce and the implementation of some of its provisions, such as stopping the military operations and conducting the first commercial flight from Sanaa International Airport in six years.

The talks that began on Wednesday in the Jordanian capital, Amman, between the delegations of the Yemeni government and the Houthi group should discuss opening roads in Taiz and the rest of the regions to enable residents to exercise their right to freedom of movement.

The Houthi group, which has been controlling most of the vital ports of Taiz since 2015, has continued to close the supply route and impede the flow of humanitarian aid to the besieged population, in addition to restricting the movement of the population and forcing them to take long, rugged, and dangerous roads that have caused dozens of civilian deaths in separate incidents throughout the past several years.

The bombing and sniping operations carried out by the Houthi group at varying rates during the past seven years led to hundreds of civilians being killed and thousands wounded. A human rights report documented 365 civilian deaths as a result of sniping operations carried out by the group’s militants in the city between 2015 and the end of 2020.

Euro-Med Monitor's Chief Operating Officer, Anas Aljerjawi, said: "Despite the horrific humanitarian crisis caused by the siege, the action made to end this tragedy remains largely limited. The besieged residents have not seen any positive outcomes to the announced truce, and there is no prospect of easing the Houthi-imposed siege so far.”

"The United Nations' initiative and sponsorship of the truce make it responsible for pressuring various parties to implement all the agreement's provisions, foremost of which is the opening of roads in Taiz and allowing freedom of movement and the flow of humanitarian supplies." =

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Yemen’s unification is a divisive chapter in history

Yemen marked 32 years of unification, but this was not a celebration for all. The southern separatist movement still remembers it as a bitter defeat against the north, this is a challenge for the new leadership council

As Yemen’s 32nd national unification anniversary approached, people in southern and northern Yemen displayed various sentiments. Some cherish this occasion while others detest it.

Nonchalance is the general attitude of many when it comes to discussing the national unity of the country.

Every year on May 22, authorities in Yemen celebrate the anniversary of this occasion. However, the country’s unification has sustained severe scars since its birth in 1990

The question remains, however, whether the new leadership council will wipe out the idea of secession from the south and restore the reverence for unity among all southerners?

Unquestionably, this is an arduous task. Afterall, the memories of wars that ensued following the unification of the two regions, remain amongst the people.

Moreover, the southern separatists are no longer an armless group that can be easily contained. The political and military muscles of the secessionists have actually grown over the last few years.

Two significant moments in the country’s history that led to this reality are the destructive wars that were launched by the northern forces.

Though the regime of President Saleh launched important development projects in the education, health and tourism sectors across the southern provinces, some southerners feel that this is not an adequate alternative to the independence of their country.

Whilst the southern movement which came into being in 2006, was initially peaceful, as time went by, it grew increasingly confrontational when it came to government forces.

Saudi Arabia keeps intervening to bring the STC and the Yemeni government together. In fact, the formation of the Presidential Leadership Council was the result of Riyadh-hosted talks on Yemen.

Regardless of the number of the southern people who seek self-determination, it is clear that war has severely scarred Yemen’s unification since the early 90s.

As long as Yemen’s new internationally recognised leadership council is unable to dismantle the Houthi group in the north, it will be difficult to stop the separatist vision in the south. Attempting to prevent pro-separation actions will also undoubtedly lead to rising tensions and eventually, potential escalation.

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Film: Yemen – UN sponsor campaign to prevent child recruitment in Aden

The Yemeni government launched a campaign in Adem to prevent child recruitment in cooperation with UN Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict. During the press conference for he campaign, UN office spokeswoman Nelly Sabarthes noted the need to act to protect children saying this campaign is in accordance with the plan signed with the Yemeni government in 2014, and the Yemen road map signed in 2018, in addition to the action points approved by the joint technical committee to prevent child recruitment in July 2021. The UN office spokeswoman called on all military, political, media, social and public events in Yemen to be part of the campaign.

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The new Fronts of the Yemen War

A new phase is unfolding in the Yemen war as it enters its eighth year following the Houthi coup d’état and takeover of the capital, Sana’a in September 2014. The Saudi-led coalition that was forged to support President Hadi against the Iranian-backed coup has reverted to the large-scale military operations triggered by Operation Decisive Storm in March 2015. Yet, this time the Houthis have managed to expand the theater of operations to international trade routes and the regional capital of economic stability, Abu Dhabi.

This analysis discusses the new military operation and This analysis discusses the new military operation and highlights the key parties involved in the offensive to fight the Houthis in the governorates of Marib and Shabwa in particular. The possibility of expanding the theater of military operations to new zones beyond the oil- and gasrich areas, and the Saudi motives behind launching this operation will also be addressed.

The paper also discusses the Houthi drone attack on Abu Dhabi on January 17 in response to the new military operation. It attempts to answer the following questions: What repercussions does the attack have on Abu Dhabi's strategy in Yemen? How does it affect the UAE-Iranian and Saudi-Iranian consultations, and the tension in the Gulf waters? What are the repercussions of these developments on the US and international positions towards the Houthis?

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Photojournalist Asmaa Waguih Captures a Nation at War, at Work, at Rest

Cairo-based photojournalist Asmaa Waguih has always felt a close connection to Yemen, her Red Sea neighbor. Her father was an Egyptian military officer who fought in the country for many years.

She has visited the country six times since 2016, reporting on the war there between its internationally-recognized government, backed by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and the Houthi militia, a religious and political movement alleged to be receiving military support from Iran.

Recently, Waguih went back again.

She wound her way through both Sunni-dominated government-controlled territories and Shiite-aligned Houthi controlled areas. She arrived in Seiyun, in Yemen’s government-controlled eastern region, on February 25. From Seiyun, she travelled 30 hours by road to Sanaa, Yemen’s traditional capital in the Houthi-controlled north, then to Mocha, where she visited a large camp for internally displaced people, and finally another day’s drive to the government’s entrepot capital, Aden.

Along the way she passed clusters of settlements across Yemen’s mountainous arid terrain, each distinguished by an array of hillside towers, archways, rainbow-colored windows, and earthen walls. Yemen is a landscape of small towns, villages, and a few larger cities, mainly along its coast. Roads across its desert expanses are often unpaved and remote. Waguih travelled in crowded, unreliable mini-buses.

Throughout her journey, she saw the impact of war and the fractured movement of civilians and goods. In much of the country, life carries on—fishermen cast their lines, bookstores sell their tomes, devotees go to mosque. But everything is under threat, anything that still works is fragile. And there are pockets of immense suffering.

cp2a Saudische Blockade / Saudi blockade

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6th flight takes off from Sana'a to Amman

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Over 200 passengers arrive at Sana'a Int'l Airport coming from Amman

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Aggression coalition seizes new gasoline ship

The company's official spokesman, Issam Al-Mutawakil, explained to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that the aggression coalition seized the gasoline ship "Sundus", loaded with 29,454 tons.
He pointed out that by detaining this ship, the number of impounded fuel ships increases to 2 ships with UN entry permits.

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150 passengers leave Sana'a on 5th flight to Amman

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Fifth flight arrives at Sana'a International Airport

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One humanitarian flight per week from Sanaa to Cairo, and according to the truce announced by the United Nations on the second of April for a period of two months.. It had to be approved by America Only today the United States allowed it, but after the expiration of the period

My comment: ????

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[Sanaa gov.] Transport Minister: first flight from Sana'a to Cairo to launch in June

The flight was confirmed by the UN envoy's office in Sana'a and it is scheduled for next Wednesday, June 1st, via the National Carrier "Yemenia", the transport minister said in a statement to Saba.

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4th flight takes off from Sana'a to Amman

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Flight 4 arrives at Sana'a International Airport

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YGC: Vessel loaded with gas to arrive at Hodeida port soon

The Yemeni Gas Company (YGC) in Sanaa said on Thursday that the vessel “Claudia Gaz”, carrying 8,249 metric tons of imported gas, will arrive at Hodeida port in the coming hours.

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3rd flight takes off from Sanaa Airport with 273 passengers on board

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3rd flight arrives at Sanaa International Airport from Jordan =

cp3 Humanitäre Lage / Humanitarian situation

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Leben für Menschen mit Behinderung im Jemen katastrophal

Im Jemen ist das Leben für Menschen mit Behinderung besonders prekär und gefährlich. Viele leben in ständiger Angst, verletzt zu werden, da sie nicht in der Lage sind, vor Explosionen oder bewaffneten Zusammenstößen zu fliehen. Außerdem werden sie oftmals ausgegrenzt, nicht ausreichend versorgt und haben kaum Zugang zu Hilfsmaßnahmen.

Zahlreiche Menschen mit Behinderung kämpfen zudem mit psychischen Belastungen. Dies ist das Ergebnis der Studie „Unshielded, Unseen" , die Handicap International (HI) zusammen mit der Arab Human Rights Foundation erstellt hat. Nach Schätzungen der Weltgesundheitsorganisation haben mindestens 4,8 Millionen Menschen im Jemen eine Behinderung. Diese Zahl hat seit Beginn des Krieges erheblich zugenommen. Grund dafür sind die vielen Verletzungen durch Explosivwaffen, die schlechte Gesundheitsversorgung und die zahlreichen zerstörten Gesundheitseinrichtungen.

In der Studie wird die Umsetzung der „Resolution 2475“ des Sicherheitsrates der Vereinten Nationen über den Schutz von Menschen mit Behinderung in bewaffneten Konflikten im Jemen untersucht. 81 Prozent der von Handicap International befragten Menschen mit Behinderung gaben an, dass sie keinen Zugang zu humanitärer Unterstützung haben: Sie leben zu weit entfernt, sie können sich den Transport nicht leisten oder die Straßen sind zu gefährlich, weil sie mit Landminen und Blindgängern übersät sind. Darüber hinaus werden sie oftmals stigmatisiert und ihre besonderen Bedürfnisse werden nicht beachtet.

„Menschen mit Behinderung haben uns berichtet, dass sie Angst haben, nach draußen zu gehen. Sie leben in ständiger Furcht, verletzt zu werden, da sie nur schwer vor Bombenangriffen oder Explosionen fliehen können. Viele Menschen mit Hörbehinderungen beispielsweise wurden in Konflikten verletzt, weil sie nicht hören und verstehen konnten, was vor sich ging“, sagt Yasmine Dealman, HI-Expertin in Aden.

Außerdem lebten viele in Lagern für Binnenflüchtlinge unter prekären Bedingungen, da diese nicht auf die Bedürfnisse für behinderte Menschen ausgerichtet seien, so Dealman weiter.

English version and full report:

Study in full:

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Zwischenbericht 2022 der Jemen Kinderhilfe e.V.

bedingt durch die Coronapandemie, die auch im Jemen entsetzlich gewütet hat, konnte unser Kinderhaus in Taiz nicht fertig gestellt werden. Aus Sicherheitsgründen wurden keine Handwerker eingelassen. Jetzt scheint sich auch im Jemen die Lage gebessert zu haben, so dass wir in Kürze die Kosten für den weiteren Ausbau überweisen werden.

Die obdachlosen Frauen/Kriegswitwen, die mit ihren Kindern Schutz bei uns gefunden haben, wollen nicht länger untätig herumsitzen. Sie wollen nähen. Wir haben für sie eine Nähmaschine und eine ganz kleine Nähmaschine gekauft. Zunächst wurden nach deutschem Muster Masken zum Verkauf genäht. Die Jemeniten weigern sich jedoch Masken zu tragen. So haben die Frauen jetzt begonnen Kleider für sich und die Kinder im Haus zu nähen.

Arafat, einer unsere Ärzte in unserem Krankenhaus in Al Mihlaf, hat mir berichtet, dass so oft kranke, unterernährte Kinder zu ihm gebracht werden, denen er nicht helfen kann. Die Menschen essen zum Teil bereits Blätter von den Bäumen. Gemeinsam mit dem „Förderverein Aktion Jemenhilfe e.V.“ haben wir beschlossen zu helfen. Es bekommen jetzt 361 bedürftige Familien, das sind über 2 000 Menschen, monatlich Mehl, Reis, Bohnen oder Linsen, Zucker und Öl von uns. Allein hierfür benötigen wir jeden Monat 15 000€!

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Film: SFD Yemen Water Cash for work support in Taiz and Abyan

The SFD seeks to restore and improve access to water and sanitation services in Yemen using multiple mechanisms. In this video, we use the Cash-for-Work approach through local villagers in the central Taiz to build their own household rainwater harvesting cisterns. In the chronic conflict Zinjubar city, we rehabilitated a giant tower water tank to provide water to dozens of thousands of people.

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Hunger and thirst: Yemen’s realities

The people of Yemen face a difficult future as they cope with war, hunger, economic struggles, and water shortages. More than half of Yemen’s population is in need of humanitarian aid. Through two programs, Food for War-Torn Yemen and Water Systems for Yemen, supporters bring hope to desperate Yemenis.

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Project Summary

Armed conflict has weakened the social networks that ordinarily help maintain peaceful relation-ships within the families and communities of Yemen. Since March 2015, Yemeni health facilities have documented 8,757 conflict-related deaths and over 50,610 injuries. A range of human rights violations have been documented – affecting women and children in particular – with begging, child labour and forced marriage reportedly increased.

The Enhanced Security and Protection at the Local Level in Yemen project intervenes at several levels. At the individual level, the project provides legal support to disadvantaged people, including marginalised people and prison detainees. At the community level, it helps people and communities identify the issues and challenges that are most important to them, and plan and cooperate with legal institutions. At the institutional level, the project assists local authorities to improve local justice and policing services while also preparing for the quick deployment of community police in the event of a peace agreement.

Project activities are anticipated to result in communities and vulnerable community members who are safer, more secure and better protected, as well as – following a peace agreement – preparedness to train and redeploy police.

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Yemen WASH Needs Tracking System (WANTS) Various Districts, Hajjah and Marib Governorates, April 2022

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Video von unserem Hilfsaktionsprojekt im mai 2022 im Jemen

Im Mai 2022 konnte Yemen-Friends dank Eurer Spenden ein weiteres Hilfsprojekt im Jemen durchführen. Wir haben 51 bedürftige Flüchtlingsfamilien in drei verschiedenen Regionen in derHauptstadt Sana'a mit lebensnotwendigen Lebensmitteln versorgt.

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Funded by “Penny Appeal Australia”, HUMAN ACCESS ensured maintaining hope for 21,267 people in Taiz Governorate

This project, funded by Penny Appeal Australia, was implemented by HUMAN ACCESS within five months (from December 2021 to May 2022, where it benefited 21,267 people in this target district.

The project mainly aimed at providing life-saving support to vulnerable groups- namely children below the age of five, and pregnant and lactating mothers (PLWs)- and providing integrated nutrition services, maternal and child health support to underprivileged and conflict-affected communities.
The services provided under this project included delivery of health education and sensitization materials; providing reproductive health services, and conducting home-to-home visits to educate parents, take MUAC for children and women, identify malnourished cases, and refer them to mobile medical units for treatment.

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The 2020–2021 desert locust upsurge: How anticipatory action prevented a full blown humanitarian crisis

May 2022 In late 2019, a massive outbreak of desert locusts swept across the greater Horn of Africa and Yemen. This infographic outlines the actions FAO and partners took to avert a disaster, and showcases the impacts and results of the early, scaled up action.

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Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation: Between January and April of this year, YRRF has continued to provide critical services across Yemen, including food basket distribution, orphan support, and supplying clean water. Some highlights:

Distributed 13,117 food baskets supporting 91,819 individuals > Financially supported 900 orphans/month > Distributed 120 sheep, 90 honey bee hives and 35 sewing machines to families for income-generation

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Yemen Humanitarian Fund (YHF) 2021 Annual Report


We are pleased to present the 2021 Yemen Humanitarian Fund (YHF) Annual Report. The report provides a detailed overview of YHF expenditure, management and accountability. It shows how the Fund helped to address the needs of the most vulnerable people in Yemen, which remains one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.

Twenty-five donors generously contributed over US$96 million to the Fund in 2021, making it one of the largest OCHA-managed country-based pooled funds (CBPFs) in the world. The funding made it possible to allocate more than $109 million to support almost 5.8 million people in need through 106 projects implemented by 51 partners across 21 governorates in Yemen.

Humanitarian needs continued to deepen in 2021, driven by escalating conflict and a spiraling economic crisis. The situation was made worse by torrential rains and flooding, a protracted fuel crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic.

The YHF support was complemented by the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), which mobilized resources to meet priority needs. The two Funds provided $149 million for life-saving assistance in 2021. For instance, in May, a CERF rapid response allocation of nearly $40 million supported UN agencies and partners’ response to large-scale displacement and worsening living conditions of displaced populations in Al Jawf and Marib Governorates.
It enabled the immediate scale-up of the response capacity by providing air transport and logistics support for humanitarian partners and delivering life-saving, multisectoral services. This was complemented by the first YHF allocation of $50.4 million in June, which supported life-saving shelter and NFI assistance, the provision of rental subsidies for vulnerable displaced people and minority groups, and gender-based violence prevention and response interventions in the two governorates. The YHF continued implementing an area-based and integrated response, focusing on multi-cluster interventions in Tai’z, Al Hodeidah and Ma’rib Governorates. This approach has strengthened planning and complementarity among clusters and partners who joined up forces to maximize the impact of their interventions. These three governorates, which combine multiple levels of vulnerabilities, received $103 million out of the joint $149 million allocated by YHF and CERF.

In 2022, the Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan (YHRP) requires $4.27 billion to reverse a steady deterioration of the humanitarian situation. It targets 17.3 million out of the 23.4 million people

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Funded by “IHH”, HUMAN ACCESS finalized the construction of Owais Al-Qarni Educational Compound in Taiz

The Director-General of Taiz Education Office, together with the Director-General of Al-Muzaffar district and the Secretary-General of HUMAN ACCESS in Taiz Governorate, have conducted an inspection visit to Awais Al-Qarni Educational Compound to check on its work progress.

This Compound, which is implemented by HUMAN ACCESS in Wadi Al-Salami area, Al-Muzaffar District, Taiz Governorate; and funded by Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH), aims at ensuring a healthy educational environment for the area-targeted students.

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Child Protection AoR Need and Response Dashboard 2021

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Rapid Response Mechanism (RRM) Annual Report January 1st - December 31rd, 2020 and 2021: Al-Bayda, Marib and Sana'a Governorates


Rapid response mechanism (RRM) is an emergency response modality for delivering humanitarian aid to vulnerable people, including children, displaced by ongoing insecurity. RRM humanitarian aid provides within 48 to 72 hours of displacement. To respond to the immediate needs of the displaced persons, the UN established a rapid response mechanism (RRM) to provide Yemenis with emergency lifesaving packages.

UNFPA is leading the operation of the RRM project of three agencies i.e., UNFPA, UNICEF, and WFP to distribute immediate, most critical life-saving emergency supplies to families who are newly displaced, on the move, in hard-to-reach areas or stranded close to the front lines, as well as most vulnerable returnees. The RRM minimum assistance package is comprised of these components: (1) ready to eat food provided by WFP; (2) family basic hygiene kits provided by UNICEF; and (3) one female dignity/transit kit provided by UNFPA. As it shows in the following Figure (1).

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Stopping one of the biggest threats to child survival

How UNICEF is working to end severe wasting.

Many people have never heard of severe wasting, also known as ‘severe acute malnutrition’. But that doesn’t change how excruciatingly painful the condition – which is caused by a lack of nutritious food and repeated bouts of diseases such as diarrhoea, measles and malaria – is for the millions of children battling it. Children with severe wasting are thin and frail. Their immune systems are weak, leaving them vulnerable to developmental delays, disease and death.

Around 1 in 5 deaths among children under 5 are attributed to severe wasting. But while the scale of the problem is clear, so are the solutions – including early detection, expanding treatment services, and increasing access to lifesaving ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF).

UNICEF is working with partners across the globe to support the early detection and treatment of children with wasting and other life-threatening forms of malnutrition – to save their lives and put them on the path to healthy growth and development.

In Yemen, after more than seven years of war and economic decline, around 17.4 million people are in need of food assistance, while a growing portion of the population is struggling with emergency levels of hunger. UNICEF is prioritizing lifesaving treatment and preventive acute malnutrition services in the country, and during 2022 aims to admit more than 360,000 children aged 6 to 59 months with severe acute malnutrition for treatment.

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RDP: Yemen: Monthly Situation Report (April 2022)

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Reducing acute malnutrition through blanket supplementary feeding program in 6 districts of Taizz, Dhamar and Hajjah governorates.

Providing MAM treatment to children U5 and PLW in Sama & As Silw districts of Taizz Governorate.


Reducing morbidity and mortality rates caused by malnutrition and prevalence of diseases by providing an integrated package of life-saving, preventative and enhanced quality health and nutrition services in Sirwah and Harib Al Qaramish districts of Marib governorate.

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Film: Yemen faces wheat supply shock

Yemen is searching for new wheat suppliers but will need help to pay for increasingly costly imports, an official and a main importer said. It comes as the World Food Programme warned of cuts to food aid for millions already living on the brink of famine.

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Yemeni Development Network for NGOs (YDN) Monthly Bulletin, January, February & March 2022

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Yemen Socio-Economic Update, Issue 69 - February 2022

In This Edition

Malnutrition Overview

Analysis of the Current Malnutrition Situation in Yemen

Dimensions and Social Factors Contributing to Malnutrition

Dimensions and Economic Factors Contributing to Malnutrition

Impacts of malnutrition on social and economic development in Yemen (economic cost)

Social Policies and by Other Sectors to Address Malnutrition

Recommendations and Priority Actions


Malnutrition is one of the world’s most serious but leased-addressed development challenges. Its human and economic costs are enormous, falling hardest on the poor, women, and children.

By March 2022, Yemen had nearly 2.2 million children who suffer from one form of acute malnutrition1. To put things in perspective, a SAM child is ten times more at risk of death if not treated on time than a healthy child his or her age.

This means the child will be less likely to grow to his/her fullest potential, let alone other development related impediments, including disruption to their cognitive skills and less future economic opportunities. Malnutrition does also undermines the ability by the country to develop human capital. Given the conditions unfolding in Yemen, malnutrition could have irreparable damages to the child's cognitive skills and development, and other consequences on education, income and productivity that extend through adulthood. The economic cost of undernutrition, in terms of national losses in productivity and economic growth are huge, given the additional burdens of malnutrition due to the current conditions in Yemen and their ensuing repercussions, including higher number of poor people who suffer from extreme poverty, which increases in their vulnerability in the face of health and economic shocks. Therefore, malnutrition is one of the key and difficult impediments to development in Yemen, and without concerted actions at the national and international levels, the issue would remain largely unaddressed.

Despite this growing concern, it is encouraging that these losses can largely be avoided if sufficient investments are made in proven interventions, especially those focusing on achieving optimal nutrition in the first crucial 1,000 since conception till the child reaches 2 years. Reducing malnutrition in Yemen is critical to develop the human capital being a major driver of sustainable growth and poverty reduction, and can have a significant impact on the HDI Index. To achieve an optimal level of nutrition, the poor people in Yemen shall have access to the resources and services they need.

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Desert locust upsurge: Progress report on the response in the Greater Horn of Africa and Yemen, September–December 2021

This sixth and final progress report details FAO’s work to mitigate the effects of the desert locust upsurge – an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods – across the Greater Horn of Africa and Yemen between September and December 2021, while outlining the outcomes of the response in all of 2021.

Overall, resource partners contributed USD 230.5 million towards FAO’s desert locust crisis appeal for the Greater Horn of Africa and Yemen between January 2020 and December 2021. The fully funded appeal allowed ground and aerial operations to treat nearly 2.3 million ha of desert locust-infested land in the targeted countries during this period. These efforts averted 4.5 million tonnes of crop losses, saved 900 million litres of milk production, and secured food for 41.5 million people. The commercial value of the cereal and milk losses averted through the response is estimated at USD 1.77 billion. By the end of 2021, FAO had completed the delivery of livelihood packages reaching over 305 000 households, providing them with the means to meet their immediate needs and to restore their productive capacity.

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IOM found in a study last year that more than two-thirds of first-time migrants were not aware of the conflict in Yemen, and 85 per cent do not know they would not have enough food or water on the route to Yemen before they depart.

It took Jaber several months to eventually reach the northern part of Yemen. He eventually became stranded in a town called Rada when he failed to cross the border to KSA.

Tens of thousands of migrants are currently stranded across Yemen – hindered by conflict and smugglers from reaching their destination or returning home.

Migrants live in dire conditions, without access to necessities like water, food and sanitation. They also cannot afford proper health care, which puts their lives at risk when they become sick or injured.

As the night crept in, an old boat sailed on the dark waters of the Red Sea. The vessel barely held together as it struggled to stay afloat and reach the shore with its heavy load.

People were cramped inside the boat. Some had no space but to stand, while those seated struggled for air. The travelers looked exhausted and scared, some of them were sick. It had been days since they had a proper meal, and the smugglers did not make things easier for them.

On this night, Jaber – a 20-year-old man from Ethiopia – was unaware of what awaited him on his journey. He arrived to Yemen’s shores exhausted but with the hope that he was nearing the start of a better life.

He is one of the nearly 27,700 migrants who arrived to Yemen last year. Upon reaching the coast, most migrants walk for days to reach the urban hub of Aden before making their way north toward the border of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) where they hope to find work.

Most of those travelling are like him: young boys or men from rural areas with little to no education.

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Thanks to the generous contribution of Japan, thousands of refugee & displaced families in Yemen have received essential assistance in the past years. This includes: Shelter items like mats, blankets & tents. Protection services like legal assistance & psychosocial support. (photo)

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UN drops names of 2.6 million Sunni IDPs from humanitarian aid: Reports

In a confirmation of the complaints and grievances of beneficiaries themselves, a senior Yemeni humanitarian aid official has accused the UN of dropping 2.6 million names from the humanitarian aid entitlement list in the regions controlled "by the government" and Arab coalition-backed forces where the majority of Yemeni IDPs live.

The chief of the Executive Unit for the Management of IDPs Camps Najib Al-Saadi told Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper that the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) diverted this aid to the regions of the (Shiit theocratic) Houthi militia

Al-Saadi also accused members of the "government" in Aden of colluding with that UN misconduct.

He said, "The officials in the Executive Unit once entered into long discussions with the OCHA and the IOM for the latter is the one that the UN agencies commissioned to track displacements. It became clear that they (the OCHA and IOM) have no surveys. Next, the OCHA and the IOM closely looked in the methodology that the Executive Unit used to conduct surveys and gather data on displacements, they agreed to use those statistics. After that, to the Executive Unit's surprise, the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation agreed on an [IDPs] list presented by the OCHA for all the mistakes in it."

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Support for healthcare services in Yemen

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is continuing its aid projects in Yemen. Aside from assisting the healthcare center established in the Marib province to provide healthcare services to war victims, IHH also carried out cataract surgeries on 121 patients living in the Ahrar Valley.

Various diseases caused by the lack of clean water and malnutrition are spreading rapidly in many regions of Yemen, including in the tent cities. If these diseases are not treated properly and timely, they can become chronic illnesses.

Initial treatment is provided in the healthcare center

As part of its aid projects in Yemen, IHH continues to assist the healthcare center established 4 years ago to provide healthcare services to the people in the tent city.

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Yemen: UNHCR Operational Update, covering the period from 10 to 24 May 2022

UNHCR and food security data reveal a strong correlation between displacement and extreme acute food insecurity. Out of the 4.3 million vulnerable IDP population across Yemen, over 88 per cent (3.8 million individuals) are projected to live in districts categorized as being in an emergency food insecure situation, a phase just below the worst catastrophe phase.

Multiple fire incidents reported in several IDP sites in Hudaydah and Marib governorates. Up to 10 fire incidents were recorded in IDP sites during the reporting period, namely in Hudaydah (seven fire incidents) and Marib (three incidents).

Emergency cash assistance continues alleviating the suffering of individuals in an extremely vulnerable situation. During the reporting period over 30 individuals benefited from emergency cash assistance in Hudaydah and Sa’ada governorates.

More than 1,200 refugees, asylum-seekers and Yemenis assisted through UNHCR-supported clinics.

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Site Maintenance Final Report 2020 - Several Gov

Following the outbreak of the conflict in Yemen on March 2015, a major humanitarian crisis has led to massive displacement of Yemenis across the country especially in areas with active military actions. The conflict has also severely affected the host communities and placed a major strain on the already very limited resources and public services. The majority of the current IDP population in many governorates lives with host communities (either in rented accommodations or with relatives). However, as the crisis continues and the absorption capacity and coping mechanisms of host families dwindle, a significant number of IDP have been forced to move into schools, hotels, government buildings and other empty buildings, turning them into collective centers. Alternatively, some IDPs resort to establishing or moving to spontaneous settlements; erecting tents or makeshift shelters often in lands where they have no legal claim to and with the intention to stay for an extended period of time. Those informal settlements usually suffer from overcrowding, severe damage, suboptimal conditions, inefficient services, and access constraints.

BFD will ensure that Maintenance of sites and surrounding areas in order to improve the living conditions of IDPs through site development, care, and maintenance.

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Seizure of state and public facilities by Houthis continues. Yesterday they grabbed a branch of Yemeni Economic Corporation in Damt of al-Dhale governorate (the left). Last week ago they seized wide spaces of Al-Hamdi residential area (the right) in Sanaa. (photos)

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Film: Hundreds of people protesting against Houthis and their seizure of land in Al-Hamdi residential city, Sana'a, last week.

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ICRC Delegation Visits Detention Center of Aggression's Prisoners, in Sana'a

The International Committee of the Red Cross, ICRC, delegation in Yemen visited the prisoners of the US-Saudi aggression and mercenaries at their detention facility in the capital, Sana'a.

During the visit, the head of the National Committee for Prisoners' Affairs, Abdulqader Al-Murtadha, stated that the visit of the International Committee of the Red Cross delegation to the detention center of the prisoners of aggression takes place on an ongoing basis. He considered the visit a right of the prisoners, while concealing them and not allowing them to visit them and communicate with their families is a war crime.


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US-Saudi Mercenaries' Refusal to Allow Red Cross's Visit Their Prisons Confirms Fear of Exposing Their Violations

The head of the National Committee for Prisoners’ Affairs, Abdulqader Al-Murtadha, pointed out that the mercenaries’ refusal to let the Red Cross’s visit their prisons confirms their fear that the reality of the violations they practice against the prisoners will be exposed.

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Sayyed Abdulmalik Al-Houthi: Americans, Israeli Enemy Pushed Idiots, Mercenaries to Attack Yemen

Sayyed Abdulmalik Al-Houthi indicated, during his meeting, Monday, with a delegation from the Dhamar tribes, that the Zionist attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque are provocative and meant to introduce the idea of demolishing Al-Aqsa in the future.

The Leader of the revolution considered Zionists' attacks as preliminary steps which aim to reach declared goal of demolishing Al-Aqsa Mosque. "The Jewish-Zionist threat is a danger and a threat to all Muslims, and it targets the sanctities of the nation," he said.

"We say, with all sincerity, that we are part of the equation that Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah announced earlier that we will be at the vanguard of the fighters in the path of God against the Zionist Entity."

Sayyed Abdulmalik noted that "at a time when normalizing regimes create an alliance with the Jews, the nation's first enemy, they are presenting themselves as enemies to the freedom fighters in Palestine," adding that "Zionist criminals are being hosted in Riyadh and the Emirates in the name of religion and so-called religious conferences."

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Deputy PM confirms commitment of Sana'a gov. to what has been agreed upon regarding salaries

Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Finance Rashid Abu Lahoum on Tuesday reiterated the readiness of the national side in Sana'a to allocate the revenues of oil ships in the port of Hodeida to pay the salaries of all state employees if the other party committed to covering the deficit gap in salary amount according to the Stockholm Agreement.

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Aggression conspiratorial intentions have been revealed by fighting all steps of peace: Defense Minister

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Houthi militant massacres his family in Amran

A Houthi militant (Saleh Al-Amoodi) executed his father and brother and seriously injured his mother and sister by a fire squad in a dispute over Qat narcotic plants in north Yemen's Amran governorate in the past hours, local sources have revealed/Sawt Al-Watan website

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The Houthi militia kidnap a doctor from a checkpoint in Taiz/Crater Sky

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Bin Habtoor: Government is Preparing Law to Criminalize Normalization with Enemy Entity

Bin Habtoor clarified, Sunday, that the law criminalizing normalization is a constitutional framework for the desire of the Yemeni people to criminalize normalization and in line with Yemen's positions toward the central issue.

"We are present at the side of the Palestinian people and their resistance in the face of Zionist threats to Al-Aqsa and Al-Quds" He said.

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A civilian has been shot injured by a Houthi sniper in Dhale'a/ The Arab Network for News

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Film: A Houthi supervisor asking school students, urging them to go to the frontlines after taking exams.

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The Houthi militia in Sana'a assign the tasks of levying nefarious taxes to four senior members/The Arab Network for News

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Military court continues trials of prisoners accused of killing, torturing prisoners

The 5th Military District Court held its sixth public hearing on Saturday in Sana'a to try those accused of executing and torturing 11 army prisoners on the West Coast, accused Brigadier General Tariq Mohammed Abdullah Saleh al-Ahmar and others.
At the hearing, which was attended by the victims' blood parents, their lawyers and lawyers for accused fugitives, lawyers' responses to the accused fleeing justice were heard.

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The Houthi militia are conducting a massive hunt on Ethiopian refugees in Sana'a, throwing them to jail for no reason other than to force them to pay YR 100,000 ransom if they want to be released /Bawabati

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Mwatana For Human Rights calls on Ansar Allah #Houthis to immediate and unconditional release of journalists Akram al-Walidi, Abdelkhaleq Amran, Hareth Hamid and Tawfiq al-Mansou. (film)

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Houthi militants assault civilian and rob his money in front of his wife and children:

Houthi armed militants assaulted Abdurahman Al-Saeedi in front of his wife and children and robbed his money while the family were going on a walk in Raymah province on Tuesday/Multiple websites.

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Houthi militants kill a civilian in his home in Ibb

The militants hurled a grenade at Ahmed Murshed Al-Layth's house before storming it, and stabbing and assaulting him to death in front of his family including women and children.

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Al-Jouba people demand pressure on coalition to open roads in Marib

The people and notables of Al-Jouba district in Marib province called for pressuring on the Saudi-led coalition to open the roads in the province.

During a protest vigil held today, the sons of Al-Jouba district confirmed that the closure of Al-Jouba road from Al-Falaj by the coalition forces caused suffering for the people of many district in the province.

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Former US employee in Yemen dies under Houthi detention: State Department

US Special Envoy for Yemen Tim Lenderking previously told Al Arabiya English that the Iran-backed Houthis were detaining 13 individuals who are or were employees at the US Embassy in Yemen.

A former US government employee has died under Houthi detention in Yemen, the State Department announced on Wednesday.

“This individual passed away in Houthi detention with no contact with his family during the last six months of his life,” State Department Spokesman Ned Price said, without providing the victim’s name.


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US Embassy to Yemen: We grieve for retired USAID employee Abdulhameed Al-Ajami, who died in Houthi captivity. He was an innocent grandfather who should never have died away from his family, a proud Yemeni dedicated to educating Yemeni children.

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US urges Yemen’s Houthis to free US Embassy’s local staff

The United States on Thursday urged Yemen’s Houthi rebels to release all U.S. Embassy local staffers that they had detained, following the death of one of them after seven months in captivity.

cp6 Südjemen und Aden-Regierung / Southern Yemen and Aden government

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Dozens of people stage protest near Al-Ma’ashiq palace in Aden

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Three southern soldiers killed by roadside bomb in Shabwa

Three soldiers of Shabwa Defense Forces were reportedly killed and two others were injured on Tuesday in an explosion targeting their vehicle in the east of Ataq, the provincial capital.
Local sources said that the blast was caused by a roadside bomb planted by unknown persons and then it was remotely detonated when the patrol passed.

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IED’s explosion leaves two of UAE-backed militia dead, five wounded in Shabwah

Seven recruits from the so-called The UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) militias were killed and wounded by an improvised explosive device (IED)’s attack in the second incident in hours, in Yemen’s oil-rich shabwah province.

Local sources reported that an explosive device exploded and targeted a military pickup vehicle carrying the former commander of the so-called Shabwah Defense Forces (formerly Shabwani elite) Majid Lamrouk in the district of Mayfa’a.

According to the sources, the commander survive, while two of his companions were killed and five others injured in the bombing attack.

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Man killed by Brotherhood militia in Wadi Hadramout

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Local sources: Intense firing of anti-aircraft systems in the sky of the city of Aden, southern Yemen, in conjunction with the flight of a drone over the city of #Crater.

The sounds of clashes and the firing of anti-aircraft bullets are heard throughout the Dar Saad district in the city of Aden, southern Yemen, and reports of anti-aircraft fire in the sky of Bir Ahmed

News of the transfer of Al-Alimi and members of the Presidential Council from Al-Ma’asheq Palace in the city of Aden, southern Yemen, to unknown destinations, after intense flight of drones in the sky of the city.

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Over 500 armed tribesmen crowd in Sayoun city of Hadramout

Al-Saya’r tribes of Hadramout province, eastern Yemen, on Tuesday pushed with hundreds of their gunmen to Sayoun city, the center of Hadramout valley.

Tribal sources stated that the Al-Saya’r tribes mobilized about 500 armed men on board a tribal convoy against the backdrop of the killing of two of their sons, including the former head of the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) branch in Al-Abr district, Salem Al-Saya’ri, on Friday during his visit to Hadramout valley, while the other was killed in Al-Qatn city.

The sources indicated that the tribes will present the crimes that affected their sons to the new director of security, Abdullah bin Hobeish al-Saya’ri, who belongs to the tribe.

The STC accuses Islah Party militants in the “First Military Region” of being behind the crimes that affect the people of Hadramout, amid calls for their expulsion from the province.

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Head of Mahra, Socotra Council reveals suspicious movements target Mahra’s security

Head of the General Council of the people of Mahra and Socotra provinces, Mohammed Abdullah Al-Afrar, on Tuesday revealed suspicious movements to undermine the security and stability of Mahra, eastern Yemen.

Al-Afrar affirmed, in a meeting held by the Council’s General Secretariat, that “Mahra will not be an easy prey for any external forces,” explaining that the people of Mahra would stand against the schemes that target security and social peace.

“All the sons of Mahra will be united against those who target their security and stability, and refuse to transfer conflicts to their areas,” Al-Afrar said, in reference to the UAE-backed militia.

He pointed out that the Council has followed up the developments taking place in Mahra and Socotra, and that it would stand together with the people of Mahra to thwart any schemes targeting the two provinces.

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Film: Aden’s most beautiful nature reserve turns into waste dump

Yemen’s civil war has turned a nature reserve in the southern port city of Aden, once awarded a UN prize, into a rubbish dump.

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Violent clashes between coalition forces, Marib tribes

Violent clashes erupted on Monday between “Al Shabwan tribes” and Saudi-led coalition forces recruits from “Al Hassan” tribes in Abidah valley southeast of Marib city, tribal sources said.

The clashes broke out against the background of the killing of a recruit in Al Shabwan area at the hands of Al-Qaeda organization members. =

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Yemen Presidential Council Forms Security, Military Committee

The Yemeni Presidential Leadership Council announced on Monday the formation of a joint security and military committee.

Veteran military official Haitham Qassem Taher was named as head of the 59-member committee.

The formation of the body is part of the Council's efforts to consolidate its authority and efforts to unify the army and security forces.

Official sources added that the PLC also agreed to restructure the armed and security forces in line with the declaration of the transition of power in the country.

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Selbsternannte jemenitische Regierung hat Ölfelder an VAE verkauft

Die selbsternannte jemenitische Regierung hat mit Unterstützung Saudi-Arabiens ein Ölfeld in der südöstlichen Provinz Shabwah des Landes an die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate (VAE) – einem Schlüsselakteur im von Saudi-Arabien geführten Krieg gegen den Jemen – verkauft, heißt es in Berichten.

Die Website Al-Khabar al-Yemeni berichtete am Sonntag, dass das Ölministerium der selbsternannten Regierung von Moein Abdel-Malik bestätigt habe, dass ein wichtiger „Ölsektor“ in Shabwah verkauft worden sei.

In einer Erklärung sagte das Ministerium, dass „Sektor 5“ an ein lokales Unternehmen übergeben wurde, das mit dem Ministerium verbunden ist. Der Name des Unternehmens wurde jedoch nicht genannt.

Frühere Berichte besagten jedoch, das Ministerium habe ein wichtiges Ölfeld an „ein fiktives Unternehmen mit Sitz im Hafen von Jebel Ali“ in Dubai, VAE, verkauft und enthüllt, wie die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate von ihrer Beteiligung am Jemenkrieg profitieren.

Al-Khabar al-Yemeni merkte an, dass die Erklärung des Ministeriums auch einen Tag kam, nachdem die von den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten unterstützte Giants Brigade die Verantwortung für die Sicherung des Ölfelds übernommen hatte, das täglich Zehntausende Barrel Öl produziert.

and English version:

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Self-proclaimed Yemeni government sold oil field to UAE: Reports

The self-proclaimed Yemeni government, backed by Saudi Arabia, has sold an oil field in the country’s southeast province of Shabwah to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a key participant in the Saudi-led war against Yemen, reports say.

Al-Khabar al-Yemeni website reported on Sunday that the oil ministry of the self-proclaimed government of Moein Abdel-Malik has confirmed that an important “oil sector” in Shabwah had been sold.

In a statement, the ministry said that “Sector 5” has been handed over to a local company affiliated with the ministry. However, it did not name the company.

This comes while earlier reports said the ministry had sold an important oil field to “a fictitious company based at the port of Jebel Ali” in Dubai, UAE, exposing how the UAE is profiting from its involvement in the Yemen war.

Al-Khabar al-Yemeni noted that the ministry’s statement also came a day after the UAE-backed Giants Brigade assumed the responsibility of securing the oil field that produces tens of thousands of barrels of oil daily.

and also

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Yemeni JF unilaterally decides reopening Abyan-Baydha main road

The Yemeni Joint Forces (JF) have reopened a main road connecting the two governorates of Abyan and Baydha, the southern resistance said on Saturday in a statement, as unilateral humanitarian initiative in support of the UN-brokered truce.
The Thorah Hill road in Mokairas district was reopened, the statement read, restoring a key lifeline linking southern and northern provinces.
"We unilaterally decided to open the road.. as of 28 May until 2 June," it added, in order to "alleviate people's suffering."
This initiative was merely based on humanitarian purposes, without any local mediation or coordination with the Houthi group, according to the southern resistance, one of the JF components.

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STC fails to assassinate its most prominent military opponent in Shabwah

A military commander loyal to Saudi-led coalition survived an assassination attempt in the center of Ataq, the capital of Shabwah province, eastern Yemen.

Sources said that unidentified gunmen believed to belong to the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC)’s militia targeted the house of the commander of the “21st Brigade” belonging to Islah party, Jahdal Hanash al-Atiki, yesterday with a hail of bullets, after few hours of his return from the Saudi capital, Riyadh, without mentioning any casualties.

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Female journalist survives assassination attempt in Taiz

came under attack on Saturday by Islah militants in the area of Sala Hamira in downtown Taiz, while working on a video media material.

She added in her report to the authority that Islah gunmen present in the area insulted her and her colleagues for no reason.

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Israeli arms shipment, including “Drones”, unloaded in Socotra

An Emirati ship has unloaded a shipment of various weapons believed to belong to the Zionist Air Force in the port of the Yemeni island of Socotra, southern Yemen.

Informed sources confirmed that he ship unloaded on Saturday a shipment of weapons, including containers for telecommunications equipment and “drones” at Hulaf port, amid the disappearance of “the Saudi 808 forces” from the port, according to Al-Mahriya TV channel.

The sources indicated that the unloading of the arms shipment took place amid tight security from the Emirati forces and members of their trusted militia.

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Al-Qaeda Develops Camps in Abyan

Al-Qaeda established a new camp in the hometown of former president Hadi and his former interior minister Ahmed Al-Maysari on Sunday, in a move that indicates that the governorate, which is witnessing unprecedented recruitment, is on its way to explode.

Local sources told southern media that the organization had established a new camp in the outskirts of Mudiyah district and began receiving child soldiers.

The sources pointed out that the organization had adopted 10 recruits for each village in the district, which had been its stronghold over the past years.

One of the organization’s conditions is that the soldier’s age should not exceed 16 years. The recruits are trained, according to the sources, on improvised explosive devices and belts.

and also

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Popular protest in Taiz calling for ending siege, opening roads

Taiz city witnessed today Wednesday mass protest demanding opening roads and ending the siege, which has been imposed by Houthi militia for eight years on the city.
Governor of Taiz Nabil Shamsan confirmed in a speech he directed to international community during the protest that ending the siege and opening roads are considered of humanitarian key solutions to the crisis for all Yemeni people.
Partial solutions, which do not lead to opening roads and ending the siege, will not be accepted, Shamsan stressed.

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STC rejects unilateral management of negotiation file

The Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council (STC) called for forming a joint negotiating team in line with the Riyadh Agreement.
In its weekly meeting in Aden on Saturday, the STC expressed its rejection of the unilateral management of the negotiation process, affirming that the outcomes of the GCC-sponsored consultations and Riyadh Agreement are the fundamental references of the consensual political process.
The STC also voiced its support for all the ongoing efforts to extend the U.N.-brokered truce between the parties to conflict in Yemen.

and also

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Former president’s son warns of revolution of hungry in southern provinces

The son of former Yemeni president Ali Salem Al-Beidh and political analyst residing in the UAE, on Saturday launched a sharp attack on the Riyadh-backed Presidential Council, warning of “a revolution of empty bellies” in the southern provinces.

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Tension prevails in coalition’s camps in Marib

A state of tension prevailed in the camps of coalition’s troops in Marib city due to not paying salaries of recruit salaries, north of Yemen.

Informed sources said that hundreds of coalition’s recruits threatened the leaders of their camps with escalation, if their salaries are not paid.

A number of the recruits of the Sixth Military District of coalition’s forces called in mid-April all the conscripts to mass demonstrations in Marib province.

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Head of STC’s branch in Hadhramaut killed

Unknown gunmen assassinated a leader of the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) in Hadhramaut province, eastern Yemen. =

and also

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Brigadier General Jahdal Hanash, commander of the so-called 21st Brigade Mika, survived an assassination attempt in his home in Ataq, #Shabwa Governorate, southern #Yemen, by gunmen late Friday evening, hours after his return from Saudi Arabia.

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Unknown gunmen kill STC official in Yemeni Hadhramout

Unknown armed men on Friday evening assassinated an official of the Southern Transitional Council (STC) in the Yemeni eastern governorate of Hadhramout.
The unidentified gunmen opened fire at Salem al-Sieri, the STC former local head in Abr district, local sources said.

and also

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Film: Just received the news of my uncle Saleh injury in this explosion in #Aden. He was hit in the shoulder by shrapnel and left the hospital today. I don't know when this madness will end because only innocent people only pay the heavy price.

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Military leader survives attempted assassination southeast Yemen

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Three injured in clashes between STC’s factions in Aden

Violent clashes broke out on Friday in Yemen’s southern port city of Aden, which is under control of the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC)’s militias.

Local sources said that militants loyal to the leader Nabil Al-Mashwashi stormed a farm belonging to the leader Ahmed Al-Zuba in the Neighborhood of Bir Ahmed in Dar Saad district, and looted four military vehicles and two civilian vehicles.

The sources confirmed that the break-into the farm triggered clashes between the militants and the security guard of the farm, which left three of the farm’s guards wounded, in addition to looting some of weapons.

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Southern politician: Presidential Council brings southern provinces back to square zero

The politician and academic of the University of Aden, Abdulrahman Al-Wali, noted that the “Presidential Council”, whose primary concern was to strengthen its influence and settling of scores, leaving Aden as it had been seven years of ruin.

He stated that the decision of the Al-Alimi Council is not in his hands, and whoever has the decision serves the breakdown, pointing out that “the governor and his council in Aden in 2012 were the first to distribute weapons and drugs”.

Al-Wali explained that Aden lives without security and electricity services. It is in the worst conditions,

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UAE secures American ambitions in oil-rich Shabwa, east Yemen

The UAE-funded “Al-Amaliqa Brigades” forces have imposed their control over the most important oil fields in Shabwa province, eastern Yemen, local sources reported on Saturday.

The local said that the Al-Amaliqa fighters who arrived in the city of Ataq, the capital of Shabwa, from the western coast at the end of last December, took control of the sites of the American Jannah Hunt Company fields in the valley of Usailan district, after the siege of the “107th Brigade” loyal to Islah Party during the past weeks, without any confrontations.

The sources indicated that the Al-Amaliqa recruits took over the sites of the Hunt company, and expelled the Islah militants to sites outside the Usailan area.

This comes after the UAE authorities incited Balharith tribes against the 107th Brigade militants, after which the commanders of Al-Amaliqa Brigades intervened and developed solutions to protect the company’s oil fields in the area.

and also

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Bloody clashes leave causalities in Marib

A number of tribal militants have been killed and injured in the past hours in Wadi Obeida, Marib province, which is under the control of the Saudi-led coalition and Islah militants.

Tribal sources said that violent clashes broke out between tribal gunmen from Al Hassan and others from Al Shabwan with heavy and medium weapons, leaving one dead and wounded, without revealing an accurate statistic.

The sources confirmed that the clashes between the two tribes erupted over a tribal revenge, indicating that the Islah party stood behind the Al-Hassan tribe.

According to the sources, Islah militants obstructing a tribal mediation led by leaders of the Al-Jada’an and Jahm tribes to contain the situation and stop the clashes.

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Yemeni LC discusses requirements for extended truce, normalization

The Yemeni Leadership Council (LC) on Wednesday reiterated support for UN and international efforts aimed to bring peace, ease Yemenis suffering and put an end to restrictions imposed by the Houthi group on movements of people, funds and goods.
Chaired by Rashad al-Alimi, the LC held a meeting and discussed the latest political, economic and military developments at local level, the Aden-based Saba news agency said.

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Film: Constant power outage, a nightmare for residents of Aden during summer

Constant power outages in Aden, southern Yemen, have become a nightmare for the residents of the city, especially as summer kicks off. The repeated complaints of the people to the Ministry of Electricity did not solve the problem; rather electricity comes on for one hour only amid the complete disregard by officials to carry out the necessary maintenance operations for power generation and transmission plants.

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Tariq Afash [son of ex-president Saleh; militia leader] flees from #Aden... and the Transitional Council arrests his bodyguard. Political sources revealed the explosion of the situation between the Southern Transitional Council and Tariq Afash, the commander of the so-called guards of the republic backed by the #UAE, forcing Tariq to flee undercover from Aden, to #Mocha, leaving his guard under the arrest of the STC militia. The sources confirmed to Al-Araby News that the differences escalated between Tariq Afash and the Transitional Council, after the transitional militias, on the eve of the National Day of Republic #Yemen, carried out a campaign to Fella Tariq in #Aden and besieged it and forced Tariq to lower a large banner for the Yemeni flag, which he intended to raise on the roof of the Fella, with Warning him of the consequences of trying to raise the flag of the Republic in Aden, including arrest.” A number of politicians confirmed this information about the escape of Tariq Afash. Among them is the political activist Ali Al-Nassi, through a tweet on Twitter, in which Tariq Saleh confirmed the city of #Aden to Mocha, after the tension escalated between him and a number of security and military leaders against the background of the dismissal of soldiers from their work, who lowered the unit flag over Tariq's house. Al-Nassi confirmed the news of the arrest of a number of Tariq's bodyguards, indicating that he does not know the location of Tariq's guards so far =

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The emergence of military manifestations in Al_dhalea city and fears of an explosion military situation between the security and military factions in the city It come in the context of the security chaos in the governorates of southern #Yemen

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Fatalities in clashes between coalition factions in Ataq. A number of citizens were killed and injured, Thursday, in armed clashes in the city of Ataq, the administrative center of #Shabwa Governorate, southern #Yemen.

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Supporters of the “Transitional Council” boast about the humiliation and abuse that the Islah Party was subjected to in Aden, warning supporters of President Saleh and the People’s Congress not to fall into the same fate.

There is no place in Yemen where the rival forces of the coalition are mixed, as is happening in Aden today, where it is no longer easy to know who is against whom? And why?

At a time when indicators show that the coalition is no longer able to continue its military intervention in Yemen, the forces affiliated with the Emirates are competing with each other to gain favor in Abu Dhabi, where Tariq Afash is trying to impose himself as the influential force to receive the legacy of the coalition in Yemen, while the Transitional Council is considered Himself the holder of the historical right to represent any tendencies that might go to separate southern Yemen from the north.

Instead of the conflict that was raging between the Transitional Council and the Islah party, new parties entered the map of confrontations in the occupied areas of Yemen. Heralding a new phase of the conflict that seems fiercer than before. With the attendant repercussions on the deteriorating economic situation in the occupied territories in particular, and Yemen in general.

Perhaps the explosion that took place today, Thursday, in a market crowded with citizens, in the center of the city of Aden, leaving 40 civilians dead and wounded, reveals the growing level of conflicts, and what the situation can lead to in terms of killings and terrorism in Aden and the rest of the occupied areas.

Observers believe that the explosions, which have recorded a remarkable growth in the city of Aden, since the return of the Riyadh Presidential Council, actually reflect the severity of the differences that afflict the forces loyal to the coalition.

A number of political analysts say that the tension in the situation in Aden will not take long before it erupts in the form of bloody battles between the rival forces, drowning the occupied areas in seas of blood.

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STC militias arrest Al-Alimi in Aden

The UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) militias arrested on Thursday a member of the Riyadh-formed Presidential Council in the city of Aden, while he was leaving, south of Yemen.

According to local news in the city, the “STC” militia at Aden airport arrested the member, Abdullah Al-Alimi, while he was leaving Aden airport on a Yemeni flight to Cairo airport, in addition to the arrest of other officials in the coalition-run government of Maeen Abdul-Malik.

The sources indicated that the militia forced Al-Alimi and the other officials to return to the Al-Ma’asheq Palace and put them under house arrest, until improving the service situation in the city of Aden, which is suffering a complete collapse in electricity, water, and health.

The STC seeks to exacerbate the situation in the city of Aden, and its refusal to integrate its militias into the framework of the council headed by Rashad Al-Alimi.

During the past few days, the STC militias had threatened to detonate the situation in the city of Aden.

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Blast in Yemen fish market kills at least 4 people, wounds over 30

At least four people were killed and more than 30 injured at a Yemen fish market when an explosive device planted in a trash can detonated, police in the port city of Aden said on Thursday.

Medical charity Doctors Without Borders said on Twitter that its trauma hospital in Aden received 50 wounded patients, five of whom had died while six were seriously injured. The police statement said that several suspects had been detained for questioning, but gave no further details. =



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Yemen officials: Grenade kills 5 shoppers at fish market

At least five civilians were killed Thursday in Yemen’s southern port city of Aden when a man dropped a hand grenade in a crowded fish market, security officials said.

The explosion also wounded at least 20 shoppers at the market in Aden’s district of Sheikh Othman, said the officials. The man’s motives for the attack were unknown and an investigation was underway, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity under regulations.

However, Shaher Mohamed Abdu, an eyewitness at the market, said the man dropped the bomb following an argument with some fish vendors. Videos of people carrying the wounded on motorcycles and others running in disarray were shared on social media.


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MSF Yemen: Following an explosion this afternoon in Aden city #Yemen, our teams at the MSF trauma hospital received 50 wounded patients.5 patients have died,6 are seriously injured &admitted to hospital, while a further 21 patients are under care. 18 people were treated& are now discharged.


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@msf_yemen launches a distress call to donate blood for the wounded in the blast in Aden


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Security arrests suspects after Sheikh Othman's deadly blast

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Hours after the body of the young man Abdullah was found.. Citizens find a new body in #Aden coast. Citizens found the body of a young man in his twenties - on Wednesday - in the Haswa coast near the Al-Qasr Hotel in Aden city , southern Yemen. The incident sparked fear and terror among the citizens who live in unparalleled security chaos in light of the coalition's control of the city of Aden, which was an example of security, stability and peace.

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The chief of the separatist Southern Transitional Council in Socotra Raafat Al-Thakali vowed to "strike with an iron fist" any celebrations of Yemen's national day/Multiple websites

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President al-Alimi confirms significance of UK support to Yemen’s economy

President of the Presidential Council Rashad al-Alimi received Monday here UK Ambassador to Yemen Richard Oppenheim, who convoyed a written congratulation from Queen of the United Kingdom Elizabeth the Second on the 32nd of the National Day.
President al-Alimi expressed great thanks and gratitude to Queen Elizabeth, British People and for the UK support for realizing peace and stability in Yemen.

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Shatara: Northerners are not allowed to aggravate the situation in the South

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UAE planes cause terror among people of Socotra

UAE helicopters flew heavily on Wednesday over the populated villages in the Socotra archipelago province.

The island’s residents complained that Emirati helicopters flew at a very low altitude from the citizens’ homes, causing terror among women, children, and livestock.

and also

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Yemenis protest Taez blockade as talks get underway

Hundreds of protesters in war-torn Yemen marched Wednesday against the years-long blockade of a major city by Huthi rebels, as UN-brokered talks to end the siege started in Jordan.

Demonstrators in Taez, Yemen's third biggest city, chanted "Oh, you Huthi, you backstabber".

Among the crowds, which included women and children, some held up signs in English that read: "End Taez seige".

and even the Houthi side reports:
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Thousands of demonstrators protest in Taiz

Thousands of Taiz residents carried out on Wednesday a protest rally demands opening the roads leading to Taiz city.

The demonstrators raised banners denounce continuation of cutting off the roads in Taiz province.

Fortsetzung / Sequel: cp7 – cp19

Vorige / Previous:

Jemenkrieg-Mosaik 1-807 / Yemen War Mosaic 1-807: oder / or

Der saudische Luftkrieg im Bild / Saudi aerial war images:

(18 +, Nichts für Sensible!) / (18 +; Graphic!)

Liste aller Luftangriffe / and list of all air raids:

Untersuchung ausgewählter Luftangriffe durch Bellingcat / Bellingcat investigations of selected air raids:

Untersuchungen von Angriffen, hunderte von Filmen / Investigations of attacks, hundreds of films:

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