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The minister will discuss facilitating the entry of Yemeni citizens to Egypt, especially the sick and injured to be treated in the Egyptian hospitals.
Sanaa Governor Sheikh Abdul Qawi Shareef said that the battle in the Nihm district in northern Sanaa, Yemen against Houthis is about to be finished.
The Yemeni Minister of Endowments and Guidance Ahmed Al-Atiyah said that Saleh Al-Samad, the Houthi rebel leader who was killed last week, had planned for the military attacks against civilians in Yemen.
Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi’s government became in control of 85 percent of Yemen, spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition said in a press conference.
“The Houthis are a part of a conspiracy that aims to divide Yemen. They work for the interest of some countries and everyone knows they are funded.”
Ahmed Saleh, the eldest son of the assassinated Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh said Monday that he will lead the fight against Houthis.
WHO said Sunday that cholera could resurge in Yemen due to the shortage of fuel delivered to hospitals and water pumps.
The Saudi-led coalition decided to reopen Sanaa airport and the Red Sea port of Hodeida to allow the access of humanitarian relief to the Yemeni people.
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KSRelief signed an agreement with the WHO to carry out two projects worth about $22.7 million for treating and preventing the waterborne disease in Yemen.
Sharaf Ghaleb a military spokesman for the Houthi rebels, said that his forces plan to target all funding sources of the Arab coalition countries in Yemen.
Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir charged Iran with launching the failed ballistic missile attack on Riyadh's International Airport on Saturday.
Doctors Without Borders decided to shut down most of the cholera clinics in Yemen, claiming that the disease started to recede.
One of the poorest countries in the Arab World faces a very uncertain future, being torn apart by war silently with relatively little media attention.
Unmanned aircraft struck two Islamic State group training camps in central Yemen for the first time in the country's conflict, leaving an unknown number of dead.
Saudi Arabia Ambassador to the UN, Abdallah Al-Mouallimi, condemned the UN’s draft version of its annual report on Friday.
The coalition was also accused of carrying out 38 attacks on schools and hospitals, according to the report.
Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir said that there is no harm in case the Qatar-Gulf crisis continues for two more years, Reuters reported.