Hezbollah Says Won’t Be Dragged into Civil WarHezbollah says it will not be dragged into a civil war, despite the killing of seven Shiite Muslims during recent violence, which is blamed on the Christian Lebanese Forces (LF) Party.
Decaying Oil Tanker in Red Sea Threatens MillionsThe impact of an oil spill in the Red Sea from a tanker that is decaying in the water could be "catastrophic" , with 8 million people losing access to running water and Yemen’s Red Sea fishing stock destroyed within three weeks.
ISIS Seeking to Lead Afghanistan into Civil War: HezbollahSayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the secretary general of Lebanon’s Hezbollah, condemned the ISIS terrorist attack against a Shiite mosque in Afghanistan’s Kunduz city, saying the terrorist outfit aims to stoke tensions and plunge Afghanistan into a civil war.
Located in a dry and semi-arid region, Yemen has always been faced with a severe water crisis. The harshness of nature has been exacerbated in recent years by the cruelty of the Saudi-led coalition against the Yemeni nation.
UN’s Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs warned that millions of Yemenis are “a step away from starvation,” suggesting that women and girls are more likely to be hungry, sick or exposed to gender-based violence in the war-torn country.
“A warplane killed them,” a shocked man in his seventies, draped in Shabwian traditional folk costume, said as he stood over the remains of the burning bodies of a family in Markhah district in Shabwa province, the third-largest governorate by area in Yemen. On Sunday, Saudi warplanes dropped Western-made bombs on the family of Muhammad Hussain Ahmad Lsudi in Nagil Maqwaa, killing him along with his wife and two children.
The deputy foreign minister in Yemen’s National Salvation Government condemned the UN Human Rights Council’s decision to ditch its group of experts investigating Saudi war crimes in Yemen, stating that the body only understands the language of money, and has no respect whatsoever for law and regulations.
The impact of an oil spill in the Red Sea from a tanker that is decaying in the water could be "catastrophic" , with 8 million people losing access to running water and Yemen’s Red Sea fishing stock destroyed within three weeks.