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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...
SA government ‘concerned’ over Khashoggi, still open to business with Saudi
SA government ‘concerned’ over Khashoggi, still open to business with Saudi
The department of international relations and cooperation (Dirco) has expressed “concern” over the “disappearance” of Saudi Arabian...
The world ignores Yemen’s humanitarian crisis
The world ignores Yemen’s humanitarian crisis
Yemen, the poorest country in of Middle East, has long been the most neglected and could not stand in starker contrast to its rich, glitzy...
Cash-strapped Denel denies being approached by Saudi government for arms deal
Cash-strapped Denel denies being approached by Saudi government for arms deal
State-owned arms manufacturer Denel has denied it is in talks with the Saudi Arabian government over a procurement deal despite reports the public...
Yemen bus massacre: How a joyful excursion ended in sheer horror
Yemen bus massacre: How a joyful excursion ended in sheer horror
Dahyan, Yemen - The bandage wrapped around Mokhtar al-Jaradi's head is still soaked in blood.
Why blaming conflicts in Africa on climate change is misguided
Why blaming conflicts in Africa on climate change is misguided
The role of water crises in conflicts in places like Syria, Nigeria and Iran often feature in media and
Saudi-led coalition announces $1.5 billion in aid for Yemen
Saudi-led coalition announces $1.5 billion in aid for Yemen
A Saudi-led military coalition on Monday announced $1.5-billion in new humanitarian aid for Yemen, after the United Nations made what is called a...
War, famine and failed talks in Yemen
War, famine and failed talks in Yemen
Ali Abdullah Saleh, the ousted Yemeni leader, has been killed by Houthi rebels near the country's capital Sanaa, according to officials from his...

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