Rebel drone kills loyalists at Yemen’s largest airbase (2)

Yemeni soldiers attend to injured people following a rebel drone attack on Yemen’s largest airbase. Six soldiers were killed in the attack on the Al-Anad airbase in the government-held southern province of Lahij, and another 12 people were wounded.

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(3 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Thursday January 3rd: Pelosi takes back the House’s top job; Stocks down on Apple and China worries; Displaced Yemeni say they aren’t getting food aid; London’s zoo takes a count.

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Yemeni mother Shaima Swileh allowed to enter the US

Shaima Swileh arrives at San Francisco International Airport. The Yemeni national will see her dying toddler one last time in the United States, which agreed to issue her a waiver from its ban on citizens from several Muslim-majority countries.

Yemeni mom arrives in US to see dying son

(20 Dec 2018) A Yemeni mother who fought for the right to see her dying son is in California after the Trump administration gave her a long-sought waiver to its travel ban. Shaima Swileh arrived at San Francisco International Airport Wednesday night. (Dec. 20)

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Yemeni mother Shaima Swileh arrives at US airport

Shaima Swileh arrives at San Francisco International Airport. The Yemeni national will see her dying toddler one last time in the United States, which agreed to issue her a waiver from its ban on citizens from several Muslim-majority countries. IMAGES of arrival at airport

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(19 Dec 2018) Here are the top stories for Wednesday, Dec. 19th: Trump plans to withdraw all U.S. troops in Syria; Stocks plunge after Fed raises interest rates; Ryan bemoans U.S. politics in farewell speech; Yemeni mother overcomes travel ban to see dying son.

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Yemeni mother to see dying son after US waives visa ban

Photos show a two-year-old boy on life-support in California, whose Yemeni mother was granted a visa waiver to enter the US, according to the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Two-year-old Abdullah Hassan, a US citizen like his father, suffers from a rare genetic brain condition and is on life support in a hospital in Oakland, California. But his mother, Shaima Swileh, had been unable to join him due to President Donald Trump’s order barring visitors from six countries including Yemen. IMAGES of photos released by Council on American-Islamic Relations

Victims recount torture by Yemeni rebels

(7 Dec 2018) More than 1,000 cases of torture of detainees by Yemen’s Houthi rebels have been documented by the Abductees’ Mothers Union. The Associated Press interviewed some of the victims and their families who escaped from Houthi-controlled territory (Dec. 7)

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The battle for Hodeida

Videographic locating the port of Hodeida in Yemen. Peace talks between the Yemeni government and rebels, aimed at ending four years of war that has pushed 14 million people to the brink of famine, were due to open Thursday in Sweden.VIDEOGRAPHICS