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Court blocks Trump's latest travel ban.

Oct 18 : A federal court in Hawaii on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump's revised travel ban, a day before it was set to take effect.This is in the series of legal setbacks for the president's immigration agenda.After courts rejected his earlier attempts to impose sweeping restrictions on refugees and travelers from ...

- Sify - IN

Federal judge in Hawaii blocks Trump's 3rd travel ban hours before it was going to take effect.

A federal judge in Hawaii put a temporary, nationwide suspension on the third iteration of President Donald Trump's travel ban. People from Iran, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Venezuela, Chad, Libya, and North Korea will be able to continue to visit the US. The Supreme Court will likely ultimately determine the ban's fate after it ...

- Business Insider - US

Trump defeated in court again as judge blocks latest travel restrictions.

A U.S. judge on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump's latest bid to impose restrictions on citizens from eight countries entering the United States, which had been set to take effect this week. The open-ended ban, announced last month, targeted people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia...

- The Raw Story - US

US Strike Kills Dozens of ISIS Militants in Yemen.

U.S. forces killed dozens of ISIS militants in a strike on two of its training camps in Yemen's al Bayda governorate, the Pentagon said Monday. ISIS used the camps to train militants to conduct terror attacks using AK-47s, machine guns, rocket-propelled grenade launchers and endurance training,' it said in a statement. The ...

- Albawaba - UK

Timeline of events in Syrian city of Raqqa, once IS capital.

A timeline of events in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa, captured by U.S.-backed Syrian forces from the Islamic State group on Tuesday: 2011 March — Protests break out in different parts of Syria demanding democratic reforms following Arab Spring protests in Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen, Libya and Bahrain that removed some ...

- FOX News - US

First US airstrike against ISIS in Yemen, 'dozens dead'.

Two training camps hit, at least 50 militants inside

- ANSA - IT

What’s really stopping a cholera vaccination campaign in Yemen?.

As Yemen’s deadly cholera outbreak drags on, will vaccines arrive in time to prevent the next wave?

- UN - INT

Two UAE pilots martyred after plane crashed due to technical failure in Yemen.

General Command of the UAE Armed Forces offered its condolences to martyrs' families

- GulfNews - AE

US launches first-ever strikes against ISIS in Yemen.

Screenshot/Al Emarah StudioDUBAI - The United States said it launched its first attack on Islamic State's deadly Yemen branch on Monday with a series of nighttime airstrikes that residents said targeted two villages and killed several people. Unmanned U.S. drones launched around 12 missiles at militant positions in Yakla ...

- Business Insider - US

'Dozens of IS fighters killed' in Yemen strikes.

US forces said they had killed dozens of so-called "Islamic State" members in a strike on training camps in Yemen's al Bayda governorate. The US has upped its number of strikes in Yemen as the civil war drags on.

- Deutsche Welle - DE

The CIA Is Playing Coy About Trump's First Raid In Yemen.

The CIA's attempt to use Glomar to keep the public in the dark about its role in the Yemen raid is absurd. Just days after Donald Trump assumed the powers of the presidency, he convened a group of top intelligence and military officials for dinner at the White House. The group included Secretary of Defense James Mattis and ...

- ACLU - US

US strikes kill 'dozens' at Daesh training camps

The US military said Monday it killed dozens of Islamic State fighters at the group's training camps in central Yemen, in the first such strikes in the country's conflict.

- The Daily Star - LB

'Dozens of IS Fighters Killed' in Yemen Strikes

US forces said they had killed dozens of so-called "Islamic State" members in a strike on training camps in Yemen's al Bayda governorate. The US has upped its number of strikes in Yemen as the civil war drags on, Deutsche Welle reported. Reports indicated that about 50 "Islamic State fighters were killed in two ...

- Novinite - BG

US strikes kill 'dozens' at IS training camps

This is the first time allies of Yemen's internationally recognised government have announced raids against IS footholds

- The Hindu - IN

US launches first airstrike against ISIS in Yemen

US forces conducted airstrikes against two ISIS training camps in Yemen on Monday, killing dozens of ISIS fighters and "disrupting the organization's attempts to train new fighters," according to a statement released by the Pentagon.

- CNN Top Stories - US

US Airstrikes Kill Dozens of IS Fighters in Yemen

The Pentagon says U.S. airstrikes on two Islamic State training camps in Yemen have killed dozens of Islamic State fighters. The camps were in Yemen's al-Bayda region. The Pentagon says IS used the camps to train militants to carry out terror attacks with machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades, and also subjected the ...

- Voice of America - US

Is Trump's Decertification of Iran More Blustering or a Real Attempt at Change in Iran?

Iran Focus London, 16 Oct - Following Donald Trump's decision to decertify the Iran nuclear deal he received much criticism from Western powers who ignored the real threat that the Iranian Regime posed. Baria Alamuddin, the editor of the Media Services Syndicate and a foreign editor at Al-Hayat, wrote an op-ed for Arab News ...

- Iran Focus - UK

US forces kill dozens of Daesh militants in Yemen: Pentagon

Oct 17 : U.S. forces killed dozens of Daesh militants in a strike on two of its training camps in Yemen's al Bayda governorate, the Pentagon said on Monday."ISIS used the camps to train militants to conduct terror attacks using AK-47s, machine guns, rocket-propelled grenade launchers and endurance training," Anadolu quoted ...

- Sify - IN

US airstrikes killed 'dozens' of ISIS terrorists in Yemen, Pentagon says

The U.S. military says it killed dozens of Islamic State fighters in airstrikes on two training camps in Yemen.

- FOX News - US

US says airstrikes killed "dozens" of ISIS militants in Yemen

The U.S. military said Monday it killed dozens of Islamic State fighters in airstrikes on two training camps in Yemen.

- Stars and Stripes - US

Yemen Classrooms Empty Amid War, Hunger and Economic Collapse

Classrooms in Yemen's capital and rebel-held north remained largely empty on the first official day of school Sunday, as war, hunger and an economic collapse leave millions struggling to survive. The future of 4.5 million students hangs in the balance,' Rajat Madhok, spokesman of the U.N. Children's Fund in Yemen, told AFP. ...

- Albawaba - UK

Dozens of ISIS members killed in Yemen

U.S. forces strike two ISIS training camps in Yemen, killing dozens.

- Arutz Sheva - IL

U.S. strike on Islamic State camps in Yemen kills dozens: Pentagon | Reuters

The post U.S. strike on Islamic State camps in Yemen kills dozens: Pentagon | Reuters appeared first on Firstpost.

- Firstpost - IN

US strike in Yemen kills dozens

The Pentagon says US forces have killed dozens of Islamic State members in two camps training members in the use of machine guns and grenade launchers in Yemen.

- SBS.com.au - AU

U.S. strike on Islamic State camps in Yemen kills dozens: Pentagon

WASHINGTON - U.S. forces killed dozens of Islamic State members in a strike on Monday on two training camps in Yemen, the Pentagon said.

- Reuters - US

Drone strikes target Daesh training camps in Yemen

Unmanned aircraft struck two Daesh training camps in central Yemen for the first time in the country's conflict, leaving an unknown number of dead, security sources told AFP Monday.

- The Daily Star - LB

Supreme Court rejects Guantanamo detainee's appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday paved the way for a Guantanamo Bay detainee accused of being the mastermind of the 2000 bombing of the guided-missile destroyer USS Cole in a Yemeni port to go on trial before an American war crimes military tribunal. The justices declined to hear an appeal by Saudi ...

- The Raw Story - US

Latest harvest unlikely to offset Yemen food production deficits

Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Country: Yemen As countries around the globe celebrate World Food Day, millions of Yemenis continue to hope for greater international assistance to alleviate their food insecurity and malnutrition.As countries around the globe celebrate World Food Day, millions ...

- ReliefWeb - INT

US Supreme Court rejects Guantanamo detainee's appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday paved the way for a Guantanamo Bay detainee accused of being the mastermind of the 2000 bombing of the guided-missile destroyer USS Cole in a Yemeni port to go on trial before an American war crimes military tribunal

- The Daily Star - LB

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Guantanamo detainee's appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday paved the way for a Guantanamo Bay detainee accused of being the mastermind of the 2000 bombing of the guided-missile destroyer USS Cole in a Yemeni port to go on trial before an American war crimes military tribunal. The justices declined to hear an appeal by Saudi defendant Abd al Rahim al ...

- Yahoo! News - US

3 killed in clash at Yemen tribal rally

Two protesters and a policeman were killed Monday in the eastern city of Marib as a clash broke out at a rally to demand jobs for Yemeni tribes, a security source said

- The Daily Star - LB

North Korea Is Selling One Super Strange Gun All Over the World

Joseph Trevithick Security, Asia The Type 73 is in Syria and many other places.  Between February and March 2016, Australian and French sailors in the Arabian Sea seized small ships — or dhows — smuggling weapons, most likely to militants in Somalia and Yemen. These caches aboard the dhows included examples ...

- The National Interest - US

RIL's midas touch is missing in overseas oil & gas assets

The company had assets in countries like Yemen, Peru, Oman, Myanmar, Columbia, East Timor, Kurdistan and Australia, but it exited almost all these blocks later as part of its portfolio rationalisation

- Rediff.com - IN

UN: Number of starving has increased

Hunger levels are surging globally, with crises escalating in Yemen and South Sudan. As we mark World Food Day, DW learns how failing to tackle suffering today will leave a dangerous legacy for tomorrow.

- Deutsche Welle - DE

Classrooms in Yemen rebel-held areas shut on first day of school

Classrooms in Yemen's capital and rebel-held north remained largely empty on the first official day of school Sunday, as war, hunger and an economic collapse leave millions struggling to survive.

- The Daily Star - LB

Saleh stable after Russian medics operate

Yemen's ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh has had a successful operation at a Sanaa hospital after a Russian medical team was flown in to perform it, government sources said Saturday.

- The Daily Star - LB

Russian medical team in Yemen to treat ex-president

Yemeni officials say that the Saudi-led coalition fighting rebels in the country has allowed a Russian medical team into the capital Sanaa to provide medical treatment for former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, the coalition's rival.

- The Daily Star - LB

4-yr-old Yemeni girl cured of rare eye disorder

A four-year-old girl from Yemen was cured of a rare eye disorder by doctors in the city.The girl, Lara Waleed, was treated and cured of "corneo lenticular adhesion syndrome".According to doctors who treated her, the birth defect, where the eye has not developed completely, is extremely rare and occurs only one in a million. ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

Yemeni wins against Saudi employer in FB 'likes' bet

Challenged to get 1,500 Likes, he receives 33,000

- GulfNews - AE

News24.com | UN chief: Donors kept famine at bay, but more aid needed

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says the need for humanitarian aid in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and northeast Nigeria has increased.

- News24.com - ZA

Yemen's ex-president Saleh stable after Russian medics operate

DUBAI - Yemen's ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh has had a successful operation at a Sanaa hospital after a Russian medical team was flown in to perform it, government sources said on Saturday.

- Reuters - US

Southern Yemen leader sees independence referendum soon

ADEN - Yemen's former Aden governor, who has declared a council that seeks secession for southern Yemen, said late on Friday a referendum on independence would be announced soon.

- Reuters - US

Hunger and disease hit Yemen hard amid a 'forgotten conflict'

While the international community is focused on resolving crises in Syria and Iraq, the conflict in Yemen is not receiving much attention. The war-ravaged country will have a million cholera cases by the end of year.

- Deutsche Welle - DE

Muslim Ban 3.0 Is Heading to Court — Here's What You Need to Know Right Now

Trump's latest ban is largely the same as the first two, in terms of who will suffer, but worse — because it has no end date. This Monday, we are back in court, fighting to block Muslim Ban 3.0 before it can go into effect on October 18, 2017. President Trump's latest proclamation is largely the same as his first two ...

- ACLU - US

Saudi- King Salman Relief Center Provides Aden Airport with Two Wheelchair Golf Carts

Saudi- King Salman Relief Center Provides Aden Airport with Two Wheelchair Golf Carts...

- MENAFN - JO

Yemen welcomes U.S. strategy towards Iran

Yemen welcomes U.S. strategy towards Iran...

- MENAFN - JO

A Brief Timeline of Iran-Sponsored Terrorism Since 1979

WASHINGTON, D.C. – From its warmongering in Iraq, Syria, and to a degree in Yemen, to its meddling in Lebanon, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the Palestinian territories and Turkey, the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and its terrorist proxy in Lebanon, Hezbollah, have caused chaos in the Middle East region since it ...

- Breitbart - US

Lawmakers want the US to stop helping Saudi Arabia in its war on Yemen

Staff Sgt. Trevor T. McBride/Air Force The U.S. Air Force's refueling operations for the Saudi-led coalition striking Yemen could end if lawmakers succeed in passing a House bill. Rep. Ro Khanna, a California Democrat and member of the House Armed Services Committee, on Sept. 27 introduced House Congressional Resolution 81, ...

- Business Insider - US

Donors kept famine at bay but aid needed: U.N. chief

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said donors responded quickly to his warning in February that some 20 million people were at severe risk of famine in Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia and northeast Nigeria, but while famine has been kept at bay the need for humanitarian aid is increasing.

- The Daily Star - LB

News24.com | UN fears 2017 will be record year for attacks on schools

With 500 attacks on schools documented in just six months, 2017 is shaping up as a record year for the number of schools bombed and destroyed in war zones like Yemen, South Sudan and Syria, a UN official has said.

- News24.com - ZA

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