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Japan stops journalist going to Yemen
Japan stops journalist going to Yemen
The Japanese government has ordered a veteran freelance journalist to surrender his passport to prevent him from going on a reporting trip to...
Amnesty report says SA arms diverted to Yemeni militia
Amnesty report says SA arms diverted to Yemeni militia
An investigation published by Amnesty International on Wednesday suggests South African arms sold to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are being...
Pompeo on diplomatic tightrope in Saudi talks over Khashoggi murder
Pompeo on diplomatic tightrope in Saudi talks over Khashoggi murder
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo faces a tough balancing act on Monday as he presses Saudi Arabia's crown prince over critic Jamal Khashoggi's...
'This is how we welcomed 2019': Civilians killed in Houthi attack
'This is how we welcomed 2019': Civilians killed in Houthi attack
Taiz, Yemen — At least two civilians have been killed and 16 others wounded after Houthi rebels shelled a residential district in Yemen's besieged...
Are Sudan's protests against Bashir regime doomed to fail?
Are Sudan's protests against Bashir regime doomed to fail?
For weeks, the Sudanese people have been protesting against President Omar al-Bashir. Though a diplomatic pariah, his Western back channel...
Netflix drops satire episode critical of Saudi Arabia
Netflix drops satire episode critical of Saudi Arabia
Netflix confirmed Tuesday that it removed an episode of a satirical comedy show that criticises Saudi Arabia, after officials in the kingdom...
War-ridden Yemen's other frontline — the central bank
War-ridden Yemen's other frontline — the central bank
Cashiers sort through large stacks of money inside a ragged building that is Yemen's central bank, another frontline in a ruinous conflict as it...
What does the Universal Declaration of Human Rights mean in today’s fractured world?
What does the Universal Declaration of Human Rights mean in today’s fractured world?
“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” These simple but powerful words are the first line of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted by the United Nations at an extraordinary meeting in Paris 70 years ago this week....
Letters to the Editor: November 9 to 15
Letters to the Editor: November 9 to 15
It is very unfortunate that the Mail & Guardian reported that a home affairs official tore up the passport of a 16-year-old from Zimbabwe (In...
Yemen government ready to re-start talks with rebels
Yemen government ready to re-start talks with rebels
Yemen's government said on Thursday that it was ready to re-start peace talks with Huthi rebels, as international pressure to end the years-long...
Yemenis’ blood is on SA’s hands
Yemenis’ blood is on SA’s hands
On August 2, the bustling al-Mehout fish market in the Yemeni city of Hodeida was bombed. Fifty-five civilians, mostly ­fishermen, fish sellers...
The business of war in Yemen­ – how Saudi dollars keep the arms flowing
The business of war in Yemen­ – how Saudi dollars keep the arms flowing
Diplomatic hiccups are one thing — an awkward handshake or quibbles between French and Iranian diplomats over whether the banquet table will...

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