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  • More than 115 children killed in Yemen war

    news AFP, 24 Apr 2015 (8 years ago )
    At least 115 children have been killed and 172 injured in Yemen since the conflict began last month, according to the UN's agency for the welfare of children. A spokesman from UNICEF said on Friday at least 64 children who had died between March 26 and April 20 had been killed by the strikes.
  • Houthi media: Air strike on Yemen army HQ kills scores

    news Al Jazeera And Reuters, 08 Jun 2015 (8 years ago )
    At least 44 people have been killed and more than 100 injured in an air strike at the Yemeni army headquarters in the capital Sanaa, according to the Houthi-run Saba news agency. Earlier on Sunday, army officials said that four explosions shook the compound in central Sanaa, where soldiers allied...
  • At least 43 killed in Yemen clashes as parties prepare for talks

    news Reuters/Stringer, 10 Jun 2015 (7 years ago )
    At least 43 people were killed in heavy fighting in Yemen overnight and on Wednesday between supporters of exiled President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi and the country's dominant Houthi group, residents, tribal and medical sources said. The clashes erupted ahead of U.N.-sponsored talks in Geneva next ...
  • Anti-Houthi forces in Yemen seize Saudi border crossing

    news Reuters, 24 Jun 2015 (7 years ago )
    Army forces loyal to Yemen's exiled president seized a border crossing with Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, officials in the area and witnesses said, dealing a rare blow to the country's dominant Houthi group. The Houthis and their allies in Yemen's army control three other crossings with the kingdom, w...
  • Yemeni anti-rebel forces recapture Aden airport

    news Al Jazeera And AFP, 14 Jul 2015 (7 years ago )
    Yemeni forces backed up by the Arab-led coalition have recaptured Aden's international airport from Houthi rebels as heavy combat took place across the port city following the collapse of a humanitarian truce, the exiled government said. Forces loyal to exiled President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi als...
  • 116 Somali refugees return from Dadaab camps to Mogadishu, spearheading new phase of voluntary repatriation

    news, 05 Aug 2015 (7 years ago )
    The arrival at Mogadishu International Airport today of 116 Somali refugees from Kenya marks a new chapter in the voluntary return process. Earlier in the morning, the two planes took off from Dadaab in Northeastern Kenya, the largest refugee settlement in the world, still hosting 333,000 Somali ref...
  • Car bombings in two Somali cities kill 21

    news Al Jazeera and agencies, 23 Aug 2015 (7 years ago )
    At least 21 people have been killed in car bomb attacks in two cities in Somalia, police and military sources have said. A car exploded in the capital Mogadishu at a busy junction on Saturday evening, killing at least five people. "So far we know five civilians died in this evening's blast and...
  • Floods threaten Somalia's refugees

    news Aljazeera, 09 Jun 2014 (9 years ago )
    Families in Somalia are facing the threat of disease after a camp for internally displaced people was flooded. Food is scarce and medical supplies are running low. Al Jazeera's Tim Friend reports.
  • UN Special Representative for Somalia appeals for end to hostilities in Lower Shabelle

    news UNSOM, 10 Jun 2014 (8 years ago )
    Mogadishu, 9 June 2014 – The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Somalia (SRSG), Nicholas Kay, expressed his deep concern as clan-based militias clashed in Lower Shabelle region of southern Somalia resulting in a number of casualties. "I call for an immediate end to hostilities...
  • UNSOM corrections sector visits Mogadishu central prison and discusses upcoming projects

    news UNSOM, 12 Jun 2014 (8 years ago )
    Mogadishu, 9 June 2014 – Officials from the corrections department of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) visited the Mogadishu central prison today to monitor ongoing renovation projects and to discuss with the custodial management ways to support their needs and priorities. T...