Yemen’s former President Ali Abdullah Saleh killed trying to flee Sanaa

December 6, 2017

Sanaa, Yemen( CNN) Former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed Monday by Houthi rebels as he was attempting to abscond controversies with his allies-turned-foes in the capital. Two eras earlier, Saleh announced the end of a three-year relationship with the Iranian-backed Houthis. He said he wanted to “turn the page” on its relationship with the Saudi-led coalition that launched armed intervention against the Houthis in Yemen in 2015, leading…

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This one photo tells you all you need to know about Syria

November 22, 2017

( CNN) Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad, the Black Sea and a balcony area of the Bocharov Ruchey State residence in Sochi, a favorite of the Kremlin head. You can also realise one of Putin’s numerous comfort watches peeking out from under his shirt, this one perhaps a Blancpain $ 10,000 segment, one that is often distinguished on his wrist, according to activists. Why Middle East is looking forward to…

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Lebanese official: We want ‘the truth’ from Prime Minister Hariri

November 14, 2017

( CNN) Lebanon’s foreign minister on Monday carried doubt about the circumstances behind Saad Hariri’s rapid abandonment as “Ministers ” during a junket to Saudi Arabia, saying he is waiting for the leader’s return to learn “the truth.” Hariri unexpectedly resigned last week, saying his life was in danger. Expressing for the first time since he cease his affix, Hariri told a Lebanese TV station he owns on Sunday that…

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Saudi blockade pushing Yemen toward ‘worst famine in decades’

November 12, 2017

( CNN) The UN’s humanitarian foreman has sent a chilling warns that Yemen is facing the world’s worst famine in decades in which millions could die, if Saudi Arabia continues to chunk assist flowing into the war-torn nation. Saudi Arabia has carried out an air campaign against the Houthi rebels since 2015, after civil war broke out and the internationally recognized government was coerced out of the capital city, Sanaa.

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Lebanon’s Prime Minister resigns, plunging nation into new political crisis

November 7, 2017

( CNN) Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri unexpectedly quitted Saturday during a jaunt to Saudi Arabia, saying their own lives was in danger, and creating a lead vacuum in an once politically fractured country. “Iran controls the region and the decision-making in both Syria and Iraq, ” he said. “I want to tell Iran and its followers that it risk losing in government intervention in the internal affairs of Arab…

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