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Yemen Press
Yemen Press
About 18 hours ago

Minister of Health: We Need Over 1,000 Nurseries to Save Newborns - Yemen Press

Minister of Public Health and Population, Dr. Taha Al-Motwakil, said that the health sector in Yemen needs at least 1,000 nurseries urgently to save the lives of newborns. During the National Symposium on Maternal and Newborn Dr. Al-Motwakill stated that approximately 50,000 newborns under the age of 28 days die per year as a result of the lack of services and the lack of nurseries.
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Yemen Press
Yemen Press
About 20 hours ago

UN’s air bridge led to growing disappointment among Yemeni patients - Yemen Press

At the sprawling Khozeimah Cemetery in Sana’a, a 10-years old read Quran on his young mother’s grave and then places fresh flowers on the dull, gray stone. His mother had kidney failure and needed a kidney transplant abroad. On Wednesday, she died, just one week after the second UN flight to Jordan. For two years, she had been waiting for a UN flight.
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Yemen Press
Yemen Press
About 20 hours ago

UN Medical Air Bridge in Yemen is broken promises - Yemen Press

AbdulKhaliq Abbas was overjoyed when he heard the much-hyped news that the Saudi-led coalition was finally going to allow humanitarian flights to take off from Yemen’s Sana’a Airport. Finally, he hoped, his five-year-old daughter Rua’a could travel aboard a long-promised UN flight to get medical care abroad. Today, Abbas is back to square one, frustrated that the long-awaited flights have not proceeded as promised.
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Yemen Press
Yemen Press
About 21 hours ago

Yemen: UN Medical Air Bridge Little More Than Saudi PR Stunt Say Desperate Patients - Yemen Press

Many Yemenis have described the much-lauded UN medical air bridge as little more than a public relations stunt aimed at improving Saudi Arabia’s image in the world.
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Yemen Press
Yemen Press
About 21 hours ago

Despite Yemen violence spike, Saudi says talks with Houthis progressing - Yemen Press

Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said on Saturday that Riyadh was still committed to back-channel peace talks with Yemen’s Houthis (Ansarullah) , despite a recent increase in violence in the five-year conflict, as reported by Reuters.
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Mehr News
Mehr News
About 21 hours ago

Iran-US disputes not affecting Afghan peace process: Taliban

TEHRAN, Feb. 17 (MNA) – A Taliban spokesman rejected any influence of heightened tensions between Tehran and Wahington on the process of establishing peace in Afghanistan.
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Yemen Press
Yemen Press
About 22 hours ago

The Weekly: Our most important stories from last week - Yemen Press

The Weekly is a brief look back at the most consequential news from last week with a view to putting them in context. Published every Monday, The Weekly retells each of the selected stories, adds a little perspective, and gives directions as to where things may be headed.
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Yemen Press
Yemen Press
About 1 day ago

Iran: Saudi airstrike on Yemenis near downed jet is 'a war crime' - Yemen Press

Iran has denounced the international community's silence on Saudi airstrikes, the latest of which killed at least 31 civilians in Yemen's al-Jawf province Friday, calling it a war crime.
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American Herald Tribune
AHTribune
About 1 day ago

The Martyr Qassem Soleimani Achieves Even More than the Major General Did

More than forty days ago a US drone assassinated Major General Qassem Soleimani, leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) – Quds Brigade and leader of the “Axis of the Resistance”. He was killed after midnight at Baghdad airport be...
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