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International Human Rights Day | Five Worst Human Rights Crises In The World

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International Human Rights Day: A look at five unforeseen stories which have recorded the worst Human Rights crisis in the world in recent history.

9 Yemenis Executed By Houthis, Allegations Of 'Due Process Not Being Met' Surface

Sep 20, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

This barbarism must end, US' top diplomat in Yemen said.


Yemen: Houthi Rebels Execute 9 Over Senior Official's Killing

The execution took place by firing squad and was held in public, early in the morning in the rebel-held capital of Sanaa.

US Envoy Alleges Yemeni Rebels Not Trying To Reach Cease-Fire

Jun 05, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

Tim Lenderking said the Iranian-backed Houthis bear the major responsibility for refusing to engage meaningfully on a cease-fire


Saudi Arabia Says It Intercepts Missile Attack Over Capital Riyadh, Blames Houthis In Yemen

The attack comes amid sharply rising tensions in the Middle East, a day after a mysterious explosion struck an Israeli-owned ship in the Gulf of Oman.

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12 February, 2021

Over 2 Million Yemeni Children May Starve In 2021, 1 in 6 Children At Risk Of Death: UN

Associated Press (AP)

Urging stakeholders to end the conflict, the UN chief David Beasley shared that around 1.2 million pregnant Yemeni women are also at the risk of malnutrition.


05 February, 2021

US President Joe Biden To End US Support For Saudi-Led Offensive Operations In Yemen

Associated Press (AP)

Biden also announced an end to 'relevant' US arms sales but gave no immediate details on what that would mean.


13 September, 2019

UN Chief Appoints Retired Indian Lieutenant As Head Of Hodeidah Mission In Yemen

Outlook Web Bureau

Abhijeet Guha succeeds Danish Lieutenant General Michael Lollesgaard, who served in those posts from January 31 to July 31, 2019, Xinhua news agency reported on Thursday.


21 November, 2018

85,000 Children Died Of Malnutrition In Three Years In Yemen: Report

Outlook Web Bureau

Save the Children, a UK -based charity said that based on historical studies if acute malnutrition was left untreated, around 20-30 per cent of children would die each year.


10 November, 2018

US To Stop Refueling Saudi-Led Coalition's Planes Bombing Yemen

Outlook Web Bureau

The move comes amid an ongoing international outcry over Saudi actions in Yemen


04 November, 2018

War-Torn Yemen Is Today A Living Hell For Every Child: UN

Outlook Web Bureau

30,000 children die of malnutrition each year in Yemen, while a child dies every 10 minutes from easily preventable diseases. These figures are "a reminder for all of us to realise how dire the situation has become," said a top UN official


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03 November, 2018

7-Year-Old Girl Who Became Face of Yemen Crisis Dies

Outlook Web Bureau

The snap gave goosebumps to crores of people across the world and also brought attention to lakhs of children suffering from malnutrition owing to the aftermath of Yemen's devastating civil war.


04 December, 2017

Yemen's Huthi Rebels Claim Ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh Killed

Outlook Web Bureau

Yemen's ex-president's house blown by Houthis


06 October, 2017

Pirate Attack On Indian Ship Thwarted By Navy Vessel In Gulf Of Aden: PTI

Outlook Web Bureau

Quoting sources in Navy, the news agency further said that the operation is still going on by naval special forces to capture 12 pirates.





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A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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