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Ibb releases 23 Saudi-led aggression collaborators in
[19 January 2019]
Rally in Ibb to mark Martyr anniversary, back army
[19 January 2019]
Planning, Agriculture Ministries honor FAO representative in Yemen
[19 January 2019]
Training course for social, psychological specialists staged in Hajjah
[19 January 2019]
Civil Aviation Authority is completely impartial: Transport Minister
[19 January 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Army repels coalition’s infiltration in Taiz, kills dozens
[19 January 2019]
Artillery shells saudi soldiers in Najran
[19 January 2019]
Army foils saudi-led infiltration in Hodeidah
[19 January 2019]
Saudi-led fighter jet launches 2 airstrikes on Saada
[19 January 2019]
Army foils Saudi-paid mercenaries attack in Jawf
[19 January 2019]
 
  Reports
Coalition kills, injures more than 14 civilians in Hodeidah
[18 January 2019]
Coalition commits more than 437 violations in Hodeidah within 72 hours
[16 January 2019]
Army inflicts on saudi-led mercenaries heavy losses over 24 last hours : Report
[15 January 2019]
Army kills dozens of saudi soldiers, mercenaries over 24 hours : Report
[14 January 2019]
2018 was catastrophic for Yemen's childhood due to saudi aggression: Health ministry
[12 January 2019]
 
  International
Rise in arms sales feeding war in Yemen
[20 January 2019]
Trump to release important declaration on the govt.'s closure
[19 January 2019]
Saudi enemy disregard their prisoner in spite of warnings : NCPA
[19 January 2019]
OPEC cuts lead oil prices higher
[18 January 2019]
Rights Watch accuses UAE of violating human rights in Yemen
[18 January 2019]
  International
UNICEF warns of attack on Hodiedah
[13/June/2018]
SANAA, June 13 (Saba) - UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta H. Fore on Wednesday warned of an attack on Yemen's Red Sea city of Hodiedah by Saudi-led coalition forces, a statement received by Saba.
In the statement, the UNICEF said at least 300,000 children currently live in and around the city, who have been suffering for so long already.
“There are 11 million children in need of humanitarian aid and the attack will lead to choke off this lifeline and will have devastating consequences", the statement said.
Henrietta H. Fore said that more than millions Yemeni children depend on the humanitarian and commercial goods that come through that port every day for their very survival.
“We urge all parties to the conflict and all those who have influence over them to put the protection of children above all other considerations, she said.
Henrietta H. Fore welcomed current diplomatic efforts to avert a full attack on Hodeida, adding peace should be given a chance and the children of Yemen deserve nothing less.
Ali Ahsan
saba
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