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Yemen's Houthis say Saudi, UAE in missile range if Hodeidah truce cracks

Yemen's Houthis say Saudi, UAE in missile range if Hodeidah truce cracks

Yemen’s Houthi forces have missiles that could be fired at Riyadh, Dubai and Abu Dhabi should violence escalate in the main Yemeni port city of Hodeidah, where a fragile ceasefire is now in place, the leader of the Houthi movement said on Monday. Yemen’s four-year war pits the...

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Libyan govt claims control of most of Tripoli airport

Libyan govt claims control of most of Tripoli airport

Forces belonging to Libya’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) said Monday they had seized control of a large part of Tripoli International Airport. The development follows clashes with forces loyal to eastern Libya-based commander Khalifa Haftar, Mustafa al-Mecei, the...

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Opponents of Egypt's constitutional reforms call for 'no' vote

Opponents of Egypt's constitutional reforms call for 'no' vote

Opponents of constitutional amendments that could see Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stay in power until 2030 urged people to vote “no” on Monday, the third and final day of a referendum on the proposal. The amendments would also bolster the role of the military and expand the...

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Rights group: Rebel land mines in Yemen hinder aid efforts

Rights group: Rebel land mines in Yemen hinder aid efforts

An international rights group says the widespread use of land mines by Yemen's Houthi rebels not only kill civilians but block aid to the most needy, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis. Human Rights Watch says in a new report Monday that at least 140 people, including children, have been...

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