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One of Yemen's most famous commodities is honey but farmers, who continue to harvest the sweet golden liquid, are lamenting the losses and difficulties caused by three years of civil war. David Pollard reports.

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The Night Aunt Milly Died

Stacy wrote to tell of her bizarre experience:

“I'm in my 50s and do not have many encounters. I'm not a ghost chaser and I'm not good at spinning yarns but I have had two experiences in my life that have convinced me that there are ghosts, hence, something after death. One has actually taken me 40 years to find out the truth about - my Aunt Milly.

When I was very young, my Aunt Milly and I had one of those special bonds. She doted on me and I loved her to death. She would always bring me Pop Tarts when she visited. When I was about seven she came to spend the night at our house as she often did. I went to bed and then in the early AM hours, I woke up to hear my aunt crying and I figured out she was feeling sick. Then I heard the ambulance arrive and the paramedics coming in the house to help her. I heard them climb the stairs to go to her room. When they arrived, her crying became worse and I could hear the terror in her voice. It was tearing at my heart to hear her fear. She kept talking to my father saying, 'Please, Bobby! I don't want to go! Don't let them take me!' It was just heart-wrenching. I can still hear that fearful crying to this day. I guess you could say it was haunting me my entire life. Well when I got up in the morning, my parents told me she had died.

Over the years I never talked about that night with my parents as it was so upsetting to me. Finally, 40 years later my mother and I were talking about Aunt Milly. I finally told her I was awake when she got sick and heard her cries and fear. My mother then told me that it wasn't possible, that she had actually died in her sleep and was dead long before the ambulance arrived to take her away. How had I heard her cries and fear if she was already dead? Why did no one else hear it? It took me 40 years to realize that I'd heard her from wherever comes next.”

Source: Darkness Radio – October 17, 2016

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Saudi Arabia 'Crucified' Condemned Man

Saudi Arabia executed and crucified a Myanmar man in the holy city of Mecca on Wednesday in a rare form of punishment reserved for the most egregious crimes.

Elias Abulkalaam Jamaleddeen was accused of breaking into the home of a woman from Myanmar, firing a weapon in it then repeatedly stabbing her, which led to her death, the official Saudi Press Agency reported, citing an Interior Ministry statement. He was also accused of stealing weapons and trying to kill another man whose home he broke into, as well as attempting to rape a woman.

The ruling was supported by the country’s supreme court and endorsed by the king.

Crucifixions in Saudi Arabia entail hanging a body in public after an execution, and are unusual. A Yemeni man was crucified in 2010 for raping and killing a girl and shooting dead her father. - Saudi Arabia Carries Out Rare Crucifixion for Murder, Theft

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Fisherman Recalls 'Sea Monster' Encounter

CAPE SABLE ISLAND, N.S. – The 1967 Shag Harbour UFO crash is not the only strange, unexplained occurrence that has happened in Shelburne County over the years.

Shag Harbour UFO Festival goers were treated to an eye witness account of a sea creature encounter, experienced by Cape Sable Island fisherman Rodney Ross in July 1976, while fishing with his father on the fishing grounds known as Pollock Shoal.

The opening night of the UFO Festival (Aug. 3) was only the third time that Ross has told the story to an audience. He is the last of the five fishermen aboard three different boats that saw the creature during a one-week period 42-years ago.

“Some like to call it the South Side sea monster and I think I probably agree it looked like a monster,” said Ross.

The story begins on a Monday when a fellow fisherman, the late Eisner Penney, was out fishing on the Pollock Shoal. He had finished fishing for the day and started for home when he turned around and saw this strange looking creature following behind him, said Ross. Read more at Cape Sable Island fisherman recalls 'sea monster' encounter 42 years later

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Join me as I welcome psychic, rescue medium and author Amy Major to Arcane Radio. Amy has been a successful medium and healer in the New England area for 17 years, conducting many spirit investigations and rescues. Always interested in her development, Amy has studied under some of the best mediums in the area as well as specialized schools focusing on psychic and mediumship abilities. Amy is a spiritualist and active member of the Church of Spiritual Life in Derry, NH for over 12 years, where she provides mediumship and gallery readings. Her first book, "Toward the Light: Rescuing Spirits, Trapped Souls, and Earthbound Ghosts" has gained popularity throughout the spiritual and paranormal communities. Her newest book is "Light the Way: A Guide to Becoming a Rescue Medium." Amy's website can be found at www.amymajor.com. This should be a very informative show! Join us this Friday, August 10th at 9PM ET / 6PM PT on ParanormalKing.com - Meet us in the chat room...just click the banner or go to www.paranormal.olicentral.com

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TODAY'S TOP LINKS

This Unusual Meteorite Flew Around in Space Before Earth Was Born

A Strange Case of a Real Vampire in England

Fewer people are reporting UFO sightings – and experts suspect it's because reports are being 'intercepted by the government'

DeLonge’s UFO Team Studying Alien Metal

Woman Says She’s Trying to Have a Baby with a Ghost

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John Dee and the Empire of Angels: Enochian Magick and the Occult Roots of the Modern World

Stories from the Messengers: Owls, UFOs and a Deeper Reality

Time Slips: Real Stories of Time Travel

Inspected By Extraterrestrials: Gray Barker's Extreme Book of UFO Abduction

Visitors From the Void: William Cooper's Extreme Book of Flying Saucer Skullduggery

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Members of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation have largely been supportive of President Donald Trump’s executive order that temporarily bans travel of certain foreign nationals to the United States. Under the order, citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen would not be allowed to enter the United States for 90 days. Over the weekend, permanent resident visa holders were detained at airports, which led to protests across the country. The White House later said permanent resident visa holders are from those 7 countries will be allowed. The order also places a 120 day freeze on the admission of refugees, and an indefinite halt on resettling Syrian refugees in the United States. Congressman Steve Russell, R-Oklahoma City, says he supports the executive order. Russell is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel who saw combat in Iraq. He wants to make sure exemptions will be available for military interpreters, informers, and ousted political allies in the seven countries.
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The Uninhabitable Earth
Famine, economic collapse, a sun that cooks us: What climate change could wreak — sooner than you think.

By David Wallace-Wells

In the jungles of Costa Rica, where humidity routinely tops 90 percent, simply moving around outside when it’s over 105 degrees Fahrenheit would be lethal. And the effect would be fast: Within a few hours, a human body would be cooked to death from both inside and out. Fossils by Heartless Machine
July 9, 2017

I. ‘Doomsday’
Peering beyond scientific reticence.

It is, I promise, worse than you think. If your anxiety about global warming is dominated by fears of sea-level rise, you are barely scratching the surface of what terrors are possible, even within the lifetime of a teenager today. And yet the swelling seas — and the cities they will drown — have so dominated the picture of global warming, and so overwhelmed our capacity for climate panic, that they have occluded our perception of other threats, many much closer at hand. Rising oceans are bad, in fact very bad; but fleeing the coastline will not be enough.

Indeed, absent a significant adjustment to how billions of humans conduct their lives, parts of the Earth will likely become close to uninhabitable, and other parts horrifically inhospitable, as soon as the end of this century.

Even when we train our eyes on climate change, we are unable to comprehend its scope. This past winter, a string of days 60 and 70 degrees warmer than normal baked the North Pole, melting the permafrost that encased Norway’s Svalbard seed vault — a global food bank nicknamed “Doomsday,” designed to ensure that our agriculture survives any catastrophe, and which appeared to have been flooded by climate change less than ten years after being built.

The Doomsday vault is fine, for now: The structure has been secured and the seeds are safe. But treating the episode as a parable of impending flooding missed the more important news. Until recently, permafrost was not a major concern of climate scientists, because, as the name suggests, it was soil that stayed permanently frozen. But Arctic permafrost contains 1.8 trillion tons of carbon, more than twice as much as is currently suspended in the Earth’s atmosphere. When it thaws and is released, that carbon may evaporate as methane, which is 34 times as powerful a greenhouse-gas warming blanket as carbon dioxide when judged on the timescale of a century; when judged on the timescale of two decades, it is 86 times as powerful. In other words, we have, trapped in Arctic permafrost, twice as much carbon as is currently wrecking the atmosphere of the planet, all of it scheduled to be released at a date that keeps getting moved up, partially in the form of a gas that multiplies its warming power 86 times over.

Maybe you know that already — there are alarming stories in the news every day, like those, last month, that seemed to suggest satellite data showed the globe warming since 1998 more than twice as fast as scientists had thought (in fact, the underlying story was considerably less alarming than the headlines). Or the news from Antarctica this past May, when a crack in an ice shelf grew 11 miles in six days, then kept going; the break now has just three miles to go — by the time you read this, it may already have met the open water, where it will drop into the sea one of the biggest icebergs ever, a process known poetically as “calving.”


Watch: How Climate Change Is Creating More Powerful Hurricanes

But no matter how well-informed you are, you are surely not alarmed enough. Over the past decades, our culture has gone apocalyptic with zombie movies and Mad Max dystopias, perhaps the collective result of displaced climate anxiety, and yet when it comes to contemplating real-world warming dangers, we suffer from an incredible failure of imagination. The reasons for that are many: the timid language of scientific probabilities, which the climatologist James Hansen once called “scientific reticence” in a paper chastising scientists for editing their own observations so conscientiously that they failed to communicate how dire the threat really was; the fact that the country is dominated by a group of technocrats who believe any problem can be solved and an opposing culture that doesn’t even see warming as a problem worth addressing; the way that climate denialism has made scientists even more cautious in offering speculative warnings; the simple speed of change and, also, its slowness, such that we are only seeing effects now of warming from decades past; our uncertainty about uncertainty, which the climate writer Naomi Oreskes in particular has suggested stops us from preparing as though anything worse than a median outcome were even possible; the way we assume climate change will hit hardest elsewhere, not everywhere; the smallness (two degrees) and largeness (1.8 trillion tons) and abstractness (400 parts per million) of the numbers; the discomfort of considering a problem that is very difficult, if not impossible, to solve; the altogether incomprehensible scale of that problem, which amounts to the prospect of our own annihilation; simple fear. But aversion arising from fear is a form of denial, too.

In between scientific reticence and science fiction is science itself. This article is the result of dozens of interviews and exchanges with climatologists and researchers in related fields and reflects hundreds of scientific papers on the subject of climate change. What follows is not a series of predictions of what will happen — that will be determined in large part by the much-less-certain science of human response. Instead, it is a portrait of our best understanding of where the planet is heading absent aggressive action. It is unlikely that all of these warming scenarios will be fully realized, largely because the devastation along the way will shake our complacency. But those scenarios, and not the present climate, are the baseline. In fact, they are our schedule.

The present tense of climate change — the destruction we’ve already baked into our future — is horrifying enough. Most people talk as if Miami and Bangladesh still have a chance of surviving; most of the scientists I spoke with assume we’ll lose them within the century, even if we stop burning fossil fuel in the next decade. Two degrees of warming used to be considered the threshold of catastrophe: tens of millions of climate refugees unleashed upon an unprepared world. Now two degrees is our goal, per the Paris climate accords, and experts give us only slim odds of hitting it. The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issues serial reports, often called the “gold standard” of climate research; the most recent one projects us to hit four degrees of warming by the beginning of the next century, should we stay the present course. But that’s just a median projection. The upper end of the probability curve runs as high as eight degrees — and the authors still haven’t figured out how to deal with that permafrost melt. The IPCC reports also don’t fully account for the albedo effect (less ice means less reflected and more absorbed sunlight, hence more warming); more cloud cover (which traps heat); or the dieback of forests and other flora (which extract carbon from the atmosphere). Each of these promises to accelerate warming, and the history of the planet shows that temperature can shift as much as five degrees Celsius within thirteen years. The last time the planet was even four degrees warmer, Peter Brannen points out in The Ends of the World, his new history of the planet’s major extinction events, the oceans were hundreds of feet higher.*

The Earth has experienced five mass extinctions before the one we are living through now, each so complete a slate-wiping of the evolutionary record it functioned as a resetting of the planetary clock, and many climate scientists will tell you they are the best analog for the ecological future we are diving headlong into. Unless you are a teenager, you probably read in your high-school textbooks that these extinctions were the result of asteroids. In fact, all but the one that killed the dinosaurs were caused by climate change produced by greenhouse gas. The most notorious was 252 million years ago; it began when carbon warmed the planet by five degrees, accelerated when that warming triggered the release of methane in the Arctic, and ended with 97 percent of all life on Earth dead. We are currently adding carbon to the atmosphere at a considerably faster rate; by most estimates, at least ten times faster. The rate is accelerating. This is what Stephen Hawking had in mind when he said, this spring, that the species needs to colonize other planets in the next century to survive, and what drove Elon Musk, last month, to unveil his plans to build a Mars habitat in 40 to 100 years. These are nonspecialists, of course, and probably as inclined to irrational panic as you or I. But the many sober-minded scientists I interviewed over the past several months — the most credentialed and tenured in the field, few of them inclined to alarmism and many advisers to the IPCC who nevertheless criticize its conservatism — have quietly reached an apocalyptic conclusion, too: No plausible program of emissions reductions alone can prevent climate disaster.

Over the past few decades, the term “Anthropocene” has climbed out of academic discourse and into the popular imagination — a name given to the geologic era we live in now, and a way to signal that it is a new era, defined on the wall chart of deep history by human intervention. One problem with the term is that it implies a conquest of nature (and even echoes the biblical “dominion”). And however sanguine you might be about the proposition that we have already ravaged the natural world, which we surely have, it is another thing entirely to consider the possibility that we have only provoked it, engineering first in ignorance and then in denial a climate system that will now go to war with us for many centuries, perhaps until it destroys us. That is what Wallace Smith Broecker, the avuncular oceanographer who coined the term “global warming,” means when he calls the planet an “angry beast.” You could also go with “war machine.” Each day we arm it more.

II. Heat Death
The bahraining of New York.

In the sugar­cane region of El Salvador, as much as one-fifth of the population has chronic kidney disease, the presumed result of dehydration from working the fields they were able to comfortably harvest as recently as two decades ago. Photo: Heartless Machine
Humans, like all mammals, are heat engines; surviving means having to continually cool off, like panting dogs. For that, the temperature needs to be low enough for the air to act as a kind of refrigerant, drawing heat off the skin so the engine can keep pumping. At seven degrees of warming, that would become impossible for large portions of the planet’s equatorial band, and especially the tropics, where humidity adds to the problem; in the jungles of Costa Rica, for instance, where humidity routinely tops 90 percent, simply moving around outside when it’s over 105 degrees Fahrenheit would be lethal. And the effect would be fast: Within a few hours, a human body would be cooked to death from both inside and out.

Climate-change skeptics point out that the planet has warmed and cooled many times before, but the climate window that has allowed for human life is very narrow, even by the standards of planetary history. At 11 or 12 degrees of warming, more than half the world’s population, as distributed today, would die of direct heat. Things almost certainly won’t get that hot this century, though models of unabated emissions do bring us that far eventually. This century, and especially in the tropics, the pain points will pinch much more quickly even than an increase of seven degrees. The key factor is something called wet-bulb temperature, which is a term of measurement as home-laboratory-kit as it sounds: the heat registered on a thermometer wrapped in a damp sock as it’s swung around in the air (since the moisture evaporates from a sock more quickly in dry air, this single number reflects both heat and humidity). At present, most regions reach a wet-bulb maximum of 26 or 27 degrees Celsius; the true red line for habitability is 35 degrees. What is called heat stress comes much sooner.

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Actually, we’re about there already. Since 1980, the planet has experienced a 50-fold increase in the number of places experiencing dangerous or extreme heat; a bigger increase is to come. The five warmest summers in Europe since 1500 have all occurred since 2002, and soon, the IPCC warns, simply being outdoors that time of year will be unhealthy for much of the globe. Even if we meet the Paris goals of two degrees warming, cities like Karachi and Kolkata will become close to uninhabitable, annually encountering deadly heat waves like those that crippled them in 2015. At four degrees, the deadly European heat wave of 2003, which killed as many as 2,000 people a day, will be a normal summer. At six, according to an assessment focused only on effects within the U.S. from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, summer labor of any kind would become impossible in the lower Mississippi Valley, and everybody in the country east of the Rockies would be under more heat stress than anyone, anywhere, in the world today. As Joseph Romm has put it in his authoritative primer Climate Change: What Everyone Needs to Know, heat stress in New York City would exceed that of present-day Bahrain, one of the planet’s hottest spots, and the temperature in Bahrain “would induce hyperthermia in even sleeping humans.” The high-end IPCC estimate, remember, is two degrees warmer still. By the end of the century, the World Bank has estimated, the coolest months in tropical South America, Africa, and the Pacific are likely to be warmer than the warmest months at the end of the 20th century. Air-conditioning can help but will ultimately only add to the carbon problem; plus, the climate-controlled malls of the Arab emirates aside, it is not remotely plausible to wholesale air-condition all the hottest parts of the world, many of them also the poorest. And indeed, the crisis will be most dramatic across the Middle East and Persian Gulf, where in 2015 the heat index registered temperatures as high as 163 degrees Fahrenheit. As soon as several decades from now, the hajj will become physically impossible for the 2 million Muslims who make the pilgrimage each year.

It is not just the hajj, and it is not just Mecca; heat is already killing us. In the sugarcane region of El Salvador, as much as one-fifth of the population has chronic kidney disease, including over a quarter of the men, the presumed result of dehydration from working the fields they were able to comfortably harvest as recently as two decades ago. With dialysis, which is expensive, those with kidney failure can expect to live five years; without it, life expectancy is in the weeks. Of course, heat stress promises to pummel us in places other than our kidneys, too. As I type that sentence, in the California desert in mid-June, it is 121 degrees outside my door. It is not a record high.

III. The End of Food
Praying for cornfields in the tundra.

Climates differ and plants vary, but the basic rule for staple cereal crops grown at optimal temperature is that for every degree of warming, yields decline by 10 percent. Some estimates run as high as 15 or even 17 percent. Which means that if the planet is five degrees warmer at the end of the century, we may have as many as 50 percent more people to feed and 50 percent less grain to give them. And proteins are worse: It takes 16 calories of grain to produce just a single calorie of hamburger meat, butchered from a cow that spent its life polluting the climate with methane farts.

Pollyannaish plant physiologists will point out that the cereal-crop math applies only to those regions already at peak growing temperature, and they are right — theoretically, a warmer climate will make it easier to grow corn in Greenland. But as the pathbreaking work by Rosamond Naylor and David Battisti has shown, the tropics are already too hot to efficiently grow grain, and those places where grain is produced today are already at optimal growing temperature — which means even a small warming will push them down the slope of declining productivity. And you can’t easily move croplands north a few hundred miles, because yields in places like remote Canada and Russia are limited by the quality of soil there; it takes many centuries for the planet to produce optimally fertile dirt.

Drought might be an even bigger problem than heat, with some of the world’s most arable land turning quickly to desert. Precipitation is notoriously hard to model, yet predictions for later this century are basically unanimous: unprecedented droughts nearly everywhere food is today produced. By 2080, without dramatic reductions in emissions, southern Europe will be in permanent extreme drought, much worse than the American dust bowl ever was. The same will be true in Iraq and Syria and much of the rest of the Middle East; some of the most densely populated parts of Australia, Africa, and South America; and the breadbasket regions of China. None of these places, which today supply much of the world’s food, will be reliable sources of any. As for the original dust bowl: The droughts in the American plains and Southwest would not just be worse than in the 1930s, a 2015 NASA study predicted, but worse than any droughts in a thousand years — and that includes those that struck between 1100 and 1300, which “dried up all the rivers East of the Sierra Nevada mountains” and may have been responsible for the death of the Anasazi civilization.

Remember, we do not live in a world without hunger as it is. Far from it: Most estimates put the number of undernourished at 800 million globally. In case you haven’t heard, this spring has already brought an unprecedented quadruple famine to Africa and the Middle East; the U.N. has warned that separate starvation events in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Yemen could kill 20 million this year alone.

IV. Climate Plagues
What happens when the bubonic ice melts?

Rock, in the right spot, is a record of planetary history, eras as long as millions of years flattened by the forces of geological time into strata with amplitudes of just inches, or just an inch, or even less. Ice works that way, too, as a climate ledger, but it is also frozen history, some of which can be reanimated when unfrozen. There are now, trapped in Arctic ice, diseases that have not circulated in the air for millions of years — in some cases, since before humans were around to encounter them. Which means our immune systems would have no idea how to fight back when those prehistoric plagues emerge from the ice.

The Arctic also stores terrifying bugs from more recent times. In Alaska, already, researchers have discovered remnants of the 1918 flu that infected as many as 500 million and killed as many as 100 million — about 5 percent of the world’s population and almost six times as many as had died in the world war for which the pandemic served as a kind of gruesome capstone. As the BBC reported in May, scientists suspect smallpox and the bubonic plague are trapped in Siberian ice, too — an abridged history of devastating human sickness, left out like egg salad in the Arctic sun.

Experts caution that many of these organisms won’t actually survive the thaw and point to the fastidious lab conditions under which they have already reanimated several of them — the 32,000-year-old “extremophile” bacteria revived in 2005, an 8 million-year-old bug brought back to life in 2007, the 3.5 million–year–old one a Russian scientist self-injected just out of curiosity — to suggest that those are necessary conditions for the return of such ancient plagues. But already last year, a boy was killed and 20 others infected by anthrax released when retreating permafrost exposed the frozen carcass of a reindeer killed by the bacteria at least 75 years earlier; 2,000 present-day reindeer were infected, too, carrying and spreading the disease beyond the tundra.

What concerns epidemiologists more than ancient diseases are existing scourges relocated, rewired, or even re-evolved by warming. The first effect is geographical. Before the early-modern period, when adventuring sailboats accelerated the mixing of peoples and their bugs, human provinciality was a guard against pandemic. Today, even with globalization and the enormous intermingling of human populations, our ecosystems are mostly stable, and this functions as another limit, but global warming will scramble those ecosystems and help disease trespass those limits as surely as Cortés did. You don’t worry much about dengue or malaria if you are living in Maine or France. But as the tropics creep northward and mosquitoes migrate with them, you will. You didn’t much worry about Zika a couple of years ago, either.

As it happens, Zika may also be a good model of the second worrying effect — disease mutation. One reason you hadn’t heard about Zika until recently is that it had been trapped in Uganda; another is that it did not, until recently, appear to cause birth defects. Scientists still don’t entirely understand what happened, or what they missed. But there are things we do know for sure about how climate affects some diseases: Malaria, for instance, thrives in hotter regions not just because the mosquitoes that carry it do, too, but because for every degree increase in temperature, the parasite reproduces ten times faster. Which is one reason that the World Bank estimates that by 2050, 5.2 billion people will be reckoning with it.

V. Unbreathable Air
A rolling death smog that suffocates millions.


By the end of the century, the coolest months in tropical South America, Africa, and the Pacific are likely to be warmer than the warmest months at the end of the 20th century. Photo: Heartless Machine
Our lungs need oxygen, but that is only a fraction of what we breathe. The fraction of carbon dioxide is growing: It just crossed 400 parts per million, and high-end estimates extrapolating from current trends suggest it will hit 1,000 ppm by 2100. At that concentration, compared to the air we breathe now, human cognitive ability declines by 21 percent.

Other stuff in the hotter air is even scarier, with small increases in pollution capable of shortening life spans by ten years. The warmer the planet gets, the more ozone forms, and by mid-century, Americans will likely suffer a 70 percent increase in unhealthy ozone smog, the National Center for Atmospheric Research has projected. By 2090, as many as 2 billion people globally will be breathing air above the WHO “safe” level; one paper last month showed that, among other effects, a pregnant mother’s exposure to ozone raises the child’s risk of autism (as much as tenfold, combined with other environmental factors). Which does make you think again about the autism epidemic in West Hollywood.

Already, more than 10,000 people die each day from the small particles emitted from fossil-fuel burning; each year, 339,000 people die from wildfire smoke, in part because climate change has extended forest-fire season (in the U.S., it’s increased by 78 days since 1970). By 2050, according to the U.S. Forest Service, wildfires will be twice as destructive as they are today; in some places, the area burned could grow fivefold. What worries people even more is the effect that would have on emissions, especially when the fires ravage forests arising out of peat. Peatland fires in Indonesia in 1997, for instance, added to the global CO2 release by up to 40 percent, and more burning only means more warming only means more burning. There is also the terrifying possibility that rain forests like the Amazon, which in 2010 suffered its second “hundred-year drought” in the space of five years, could dry out enough to become vulnerable to these kinds of devastating, rolling forest fires — which would not only expel enormous amounts of carbon into the atmosphere but also shrink the size of the forest. That is especially bad because the Amazon alone provides 20 percent of our oxygen.

Then there are the more familiar forms of pollution. In 2013, melting Arctic ice remodeled Asian weather patterns, depriving industrial China of the natural ventilation systems it had come to depend on, which blanketed much of the country’s north in an unbreathable smog. Literally unbreathable. A metric called the Air Quality Index categorizes the risks and tops out at the 301-to-500 range, warning of “serious aggravation of heart or lung disease and premature mortality in persons with cardiopulmonary disease and the elderly” and, for all others, “serious risk of respiratory effects”; at that level, “everyone should avoid all outdoor exertion.” The Chinese “airpocalypse” of 2013 peaked at what would have been an Air Quality Index of over 800. That year, smog was responsible for a third of all deaths in the country.

VI. Perpetual War
The violence baked into heat.

Climatologists are very careful when talking about Syria. They want you to know that while climate change did produce a drought that contributed to civil war, it is not exactly fair to saythat the conflict is the result of warming; next door, for instance, Lebanon suffered the same crop failures. But researchers like Marshall Burke and Solomon Hsiang have managed to quantify some of the non-obvious relationships between temperature and violence: For every half-degree of warming, they say, societies will see between a 10 and 20 percent increase in the likelihood of armed conflict. In climate science, nothing is simple, but the arithmetic is harrowing: A planet five degrees warmer would have at least half again as many wars as we do today. Overall, social conflict could more than double this century.

This is one reason that, as nearly every climate scientist I spoke to pointed out, the U.S. military is obsessed with climate change: The drowning of all American Navy bases by sea-level rise is trouble enough, but being the world’s policeman is quite a bit harder when the crime rate doubles. Of course, it’s not just Syria where climate has contributed to conflict. Some speculate that the elevated level of strife across the Middle East over the past generation reflects the pressures of global warming — a hypothesis all the more cruel considering that warming began accelerating when the industrialized world extracted and then burned the region’s oil.

What accounts for the relationship between climate and conflict? Some of it comes down to agriculture and economics; a lot has to do with forced migration, already at a record high, with at least 65 million displaced people wandering the planet right now. But there is also the simple fact of individual irritability. Heat increases municipal crime rates, and swearing on social media, and the likelihood that a major-league pitcher, coming to the mound after his teammate has been hit by a pitch, will hit an opposing batter in retaliation. And the arrival of air-conditioning in the developed world, in the middle of the past century, did little to solve the problem of the summer crime wave.

VII. Permanent Economic Collapse
Dismal capitalism in a half-poorer world.

The murmuring mantra of global neoliberalism, which prevailed between the end of the Cold War and the onset of the Great Recession, is that economic growth would save us from anything and everything.
But in the aftermath of the 2008 crash, a growing number of historians studying what they call “fossil capitalism” have begun to suggest that the entire history of swift economic growth, which began somewhat suddenly in the 18th century, is not the result of innovation or trade or the dynamics of global capitalism but simply our discovery of fossil fuels and all their raw power — a onetime injection of new “value” into a system that had previously been characterized by global subsistence living. Before fossil fuels, nobody lived better than their parents or grandparents or ancestors from 500 years before, except in the immediate aftermath of a great plague like the Black Death, which allowed the lucky survivors to gobble up the resources liberated by mass graves. After we’ve burned all the fossil fuels, these scholars suggest, perhaps we will return to a “steady state” global economy. Of course, that onetime injection has a devastating long-term cost: climate change.

The most exciting research on the economics of warming has also come from Hsiang and his colleagues, who are not historians of fossil capitalism but who offer some very bleak analysis of their own: Every degree Celsius of warming costs, on average, 1.2 percent of GDP (an enormous number, considering we count growth in the low single digits as “strong”). This is the sterling work in the field, and their median projection is for a 23 percent loss in per capita earning globally by the end of this century (resulting from changes in agriculture, crime, storms, energy, mortality, and labor).
Tracing the shape of the probability curve is even scarier: There is a 12 percent chance that climate change will reduce global output by more than 50 percent by 2100, they say, and a 51 percent chance that it lowers per capita GDP by 20 percent or more by then, unless emissions decline. By comparison, the Great Recession lowered global GDP by about 6 percent, in a onetime shock; Hsiang and his colleagues estimate a one-in-eight chance of an ongoing and irreversible effect by the end of the century that is eight times worse.

The scale of that economic devastation is hard to comprehend, but you can start by imagining what the world would look like today with an economy half as big, which would produce only half as much value, generating only half as much to offer the workers of the world. It makes the grounding of flights out of heat-stricken Phoenix last month seem like pathetically small economic potatoes. And, among other things, it makes the idea of postponing government action on reducing emissions and relying solely on growth and technology to solve the problem an absurd business calculation.
Every round-trip ticket on flights from New York to London, keep in mind, costs the Arctic three more square meters of ice.

VIII. Poisoned Oceans
Sulfide burps off the skeleton coast.

That the sea will become a killer is a given. Barring a radical reduction of emissions, we will see at least four feet of sea-level rise and possibly ten by the end of the century. A third of the world’s major cities are on the coast, not to mention its power plants, ports, navy bases, farmlands, fisheries, river deltas, marshlands, and rice-paddy empires, and even those above ten feet will flood much more easily, and much more regularly, if the water gets that high. At least 600 million people live within ten meters of sea level today.

But the drowning of those homelands is just the start. At present, more than a third of the world’s carbon is sucked up by the oceans — thank God, or else we’d have that much more warming already. But the result is what’s called “ocean acidification,” which, on its own, may add a half a degree to warming this century. It is also already burning through the planet’s water basins — you may remember these as the place where life arose in the first place. You have probably heard of “coral bleaching” — that is, coral dying — which is very bad news, because reefs support as much as a quarter of all marine life and supply food for half a billion people. Ocean acidification will fry fish populations directly, too, though scientists aren’t yet sure how to predict the effects on the stuff we haul out of the ocean to eat; they do know that in acid waters, oysters and mussels will struggle to grow their shells, and that when the pH of human blood drops as much as the oceans’ pH has over the past generation, it induces seizures, comas, and sudden death.

That isn’t all that ocean acidification can do. Carbon absorption can initiate a feedback loop in which underoxygenated waters breed different kinds of microbes that turn the water still more “anoxic,” first in deep ocean “dead zones,” then gradually up toward the surface. There, the small fish die out, unable to breathe, which means oxygen-eating bacteria thrive, and the feedback loop doubles back. This process, in which dead zones grow like cancers, choking off marine life and wiping out fisheries, is already quite advanced in parts of the Gulf of Mexico and just off Namibia, where hydrogen sulfide is bubbling out of the sea along a thousand-mile stretch of land known as the “Skeleton Coast.” The name originally referred to the detritus of the whaling industry, but today it’s more apt than ever. Hydrogen sulfide is so toxic that evolution has trained us to recognize the tiniest, safest traces of it, which is why our noses are so exquisitely skilled at registering flatulence. Hydrogen sulfide is also the thing that finally did us in that time 97 percent of all life on Earth died, once all the feedback loops had been triggered and the circulating jet streams of a warmed ocean ground to a halt — it’s the planet’s preferred gas for a natural holocaust. Gradually, the ocean’s dead zones spread, killing off marine species that had dominated the oceans for hundreds of millions of years, and the gas the inert waters gave off into the atmosphere poisoned everything on land. Plants, too. It was millions of years before the oceans recovered.

IX. The Great Filter
Our present eeriness cannot last.

So why can’t we see it? In his recent book-length essay The Great Derangement, the Indian novelist Amitav Ghosh wonders why global warming and natural disaster haven’t become major subjects of contemporary fiction — why we don’t seem able to imagine climate catastrophe, and why we haven’t yet had a spate of novels in the genre he basically imagines into half-existence and names “the environmental uncanny.” “Consider, for example, the stories that congeal around questions like, ‘Where were you when the Berlin Wall fell?’ or ‘Where were you on 9/11?’ ” he writes. “Will it ever be possible to ask, in the same vein, ‘Where were you at 400 ppm?’ or ‘Where were you when the Larsen B ice shelf broke up?’ ” His answer: Probably not, because the dilemmas and dramas of climate change are simply incompatible with the kinds of stories we tell ourselves about ourselves, especially in novels, which tend to emphasize the journey of an individual conscience rather than the poisonous miasma of social fate.

Surely this blindness will not last — the world we are about to inhabit will not permit it. In a six-degree-warmer world, the Earth’s ecosystem will boil with so many natural disasters that we will just start calling them “weather”: a constant swarm of out-of-control typhoons and tornadoes and floods and droughts, the planet assaulted regularly with climate events that not so long ago destroyed whole civilizations. The strongest hurricanes will come more often, and we’ll have to invent new categories with which to describe them; tornadoes will grow longer and wider and strike much more frequently, and hail rocks will quadruple in size. Humans used to watch the weather to prophesy the future; going forward, we will see in its wrath the vengeance of the past. Early naturalists talked often about “deep time” — the perception they had, contemplating the grandeur of this valley or that rock basin, of the profound slowness of nature. What lies in store for us is more like what the Victorian anthropologists identified as “dreamtime,” or “everywhen”: the semi-mythical experience, described by Aboriginal Australians, of encountering, in the present moment, an out-of-time past, when ancestors, heroes, and demigods crowded an epic stage. You can find it already watching footage of an iceberg collapsing into the sea — a feeling of history happening all at once.

It is. Many people perceive climate change as a sort of moral and economic debt, accumulated since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution and now come due after several centuries — a helpful perspective, in a way, since it is the carbon-burning processes that began in 18th-century England that lit the fuse of everything that followed. But more than half of the carbon humanity has exhaled into the atmosphere in its entire history has been emitted in just the past three decades; since the end of World War II, the figure is 85 percent. Which means that, in the length of a single generation, global warming has brought us to the brink of planetary catastrophe, and that the story of the industrial world’s kamikaze mission is also the story of a single lifetime. My father’s, for instance: born in 1938, among his first memories the news of Pearl Harbor and the mythic Air Force of the propaganda films that followed, films that doubled as advertisements for imperial-American industrial might; and among his last memories the coverage of the desperate signing of the Paris climate accords on cable news, ten weeks before he died of lung cancer last July. Or my mother’s: born in 1945, to German Jews fleeing the smokestacks through which their relatives were incinerated, now enjoying her 72nd year in an American commodity paradise, a paradise supported by the supply chains of an industrialized developing world. She has been smoking for 57 of those years, unfiltered.

Or the scientists’. Some of the men who first identified a changing climate (and given the generation, those who became famous were men) are still alive; a few are even still working. Wally Broecker is 84 years old and drives to work at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory across the Hudson every day from the Upper West Side. Like most of those who first raised the alarm, he believes that no amount of emissions reduction alone can meaningfully help avoid disaster. Instead, he puts his faith in carbon capture — untested technology to extract carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, which Broecker estimates will cost at least several trillion dollars — and various forms of “geoengineering,” the catchall name for a variety of moon-shot technologies far-fetched enough that many climate scientists prefer to regard them as dreams, or nightmares, from science fiction. He is especially focused on what’s called the aerosol approach — dispersing so much sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere that when it converts to sulfuric acid, it will cloud a fifth of the horizon and reflect back 2 percent of the sun’s rays, buying the planet at least a little wiggle room, heat-wise. “Of course, that would make our sunsets very red, would bleach the sky, would make more acid rain,” he says. “But you have to look at the magnitude of the problem. You got to watch that you don’t say the giant problem shouldn’t be solved because the solution causes some smaller problems.” He won’t be around to see that, he told me. “But in your lifetime …”

Jim Hansen is another member of this godfather generation. Born in 1941, he became a climatologist at the University of Iowa, developed the groundbreaking “Zero Model” for projecting climate change, and later became the head of climate research at NASA, only to leave under pressure when, while still a federal employee, he filed a lawsuit against the federal government charging inaction on warming (along the way he got arrested a few times for protesting, too). The lawsuit, which is brought by a collective called Our Children’s Trust and is often described as “kids versus climate change,” is built on an appeal to the equal-protection clause, namely, that in failing to take action on warming, the government is violating it by imposing massive costs on future generations; it is scheduled to be heard this winter in Oregon district court. Hansen has recently given up on solving the climate problem with a carbon tax alone, which had been his preferred approach, and has set about calculating the total cost of the additional measure of extracting carbon from the atmosphere.

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Hansen began his career studying Venus, which was once a very Earth-like planet with plenty of life-supporting water before runaway climate change rapidly transformed it into an arid and uninhabitable sphere enveloped in an unbreathable gas; he switched to studying our planet by 30, wondering why he should be squinting across the solar system to explore rapid environmental change when he could see it all around him on the planet he was standing on. “When we wrote our first paper on this, in 1981,” he told me, “I remember saying to one of my co-authors, ‘This is going to be very interesting. Sometime during our careers, we’re going to see these things beginning to happen.’ ”

Several of the scientists I spoke with proposed global warming as the solution to Fermi’s famous paradox, which asks, If the universe is so big, then why haven’t we encountered any other intelligent life in it? The answer, they suggested, is that the natural life span of a civilization may be only several thousand years, and the life span of an industrial civilization perhaps only several hundred. In a universe that is many billions of years old, with star systems separated as much by time as by space, civilizations might emerge and develop and burn themselves up simply too fast to ever find one another. Peter Ward, a charismatic paleontologist among those responsible for discovering that the planet’s mass extinctions were caused by greenhouse gas, calls this the “Great Filter”: “Civilizations rise, but there’s an environmental filter that causes them to die off again and disappear fairly quickly,” he told me. “If you look at planet Earth, the filtering we’ve had in the past has been in these mass extinctions.” The mass extinction we are now living through has only just begun; so much more dying is coming.

And yet, improbably, Ward is an optimist. So are Broecker and Hansen and many of the other scientists I spoke to. We have not developed much of a religion of meaning around climate change that might comfort us, or give us purpose, in the face of possible annihilation. But climate scientists have a strange kind of faith: We will find a way to forestall radical warming, they say, because we must.

It is not easy to know how much to be reassured by that bleak certainty, and how much to wonder whether it is another form of delusion; for global warming to work as parable, of course, someone needs to survive to tell the story. The scientists know that to even meet the Paris goals, by 2050, carbon emissions from energy and industry, which are still rising, will have to fall by half each decade; emissions from land use (deforestation, cow farts, etc.) will have to zero out; and we will need to have invented technologies to extract, annually, twice as much carbon from the atmosphere as the entire planet’s plants now do. Nevertheless, by and large, the scientists have an enormous confidence in the ingenuity of humans — a confidence perhaps bolstered by their appreciation for climate change, which is, after all, a human invention, too. They point to the Apollo project, the hole in the ozone we patched in the 1980s, the passing of the fear of mutually assured destruction. Now we’ve found a way to engineer our own doomsday, and surely we will find a way to engineer our way out of it, one way or another. The planet is not used to being provoked like this, and climate systems designed to give feedback over centuries or millennia prevent us — even those who may be watching closely — from fully imagining the damage done already to the planet. But when we do truly see the world we’ve made, they say, we will also find a way to make it livable. For them, the alternative is simply unimaginable.

*This article appears in the July 10, 2017, issue of New York Magazine.

*This article has been updated to provide context for the recent news reports about revisions to a satellite data set, to more accurately reflect the rate of warming during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum, to clarify a reference to Peter Brannen’s The Ends of the World, and to make clear that James Hansen still supports a carbon-tax based approach to emissions.


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Kendriya Vidyalaya looks for suitable applicants and employees who hold various positions of Professor, Counselor. Recently, Kendriya Vidyalaya has released a final announcement about Kendriya Vidyalaya Recruitment. To complete this recruitment process, eligible applicants may attend the walkin interview on August 10, 2018 at the designated location.


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Kendriya Vidyalaya Professional career:

  • Name of organization: Kendriya Vidyalaya
  • Name of the job: Professor, Consultant
  • Number of publications: several
  • Type of work: Government jobs in Madhya Pradesh
  • Apply mode: Walkin interview


Details of Kendriya Vidyalaya's vacancy:


1. Graduate Professor (Physics / Science / English / Political Science / Eco)

2. Trained Diplom-Lehrer (English / Mathematics / Science)

3. Work orientation and consultants

4. Primary teacher


Academic Information: Jobseekers should be 12. / J.B.T / B.T.I / D.Ed / Graduation Degree / Graduation Degree / B.Ed / M.A / M.Sc. (Psychology) / Postgraduate Diploma / Diploma B.Ed / PG with good academic records from a recognized institute / council.


Age limit:
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  •     The age criteria for applicants for reserved categories will be decided according to the organization's rules.

How much will I receive as a pay-as-you-go ticket? Applicants shortlisted after qualifying will receive Rs. 27,500 / - (Post 1), Rs. 26,250 / - (Post 2), Rs. 25,000 / - (Post 3), Rs. 21,250 / - (Post 4) according to the rules of the organization.


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    The selection of candidates best suited to the task and responsibility of the publication depends on their performance at the time of the written exam / written interview.

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Place of the walkin interview:


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KVS Recruitment 2018 – 5193 PGT, TGT, Head Master & Vice Principal Vacancy @ kvsangathan.Nic.In

KVS Recruitment 2018

Kendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan (KVS) invitations Application for the publish of 5193 PGT, TGT, Head Master & Vice Principal thru direct recruitment. Apply Online before 25 April 2018. Qualification/ eligibility situations, a way to apply & different guidelines are given beneath…

KVS Vacancy Details

Post Name                     Subject Name    No Of Vacancy
Vice-Principal                                         146
PGT                              Hindi                 218
                                 English                 226
                                 Physics                 257
                               Chemistry                 267
                             Mathematics                 218
                              Biology                         208
                              History                      76
                             Geography                  72
                             Economics                  189

TGT                            Hindi                          584
                              English                          594
                            Sanskrit                          347
                        Science/Biology                  487
                             Mathematics                  566
                           Social Science                   576
                            Head Master               163


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Post Name    Educational Qualifiation    Age Limit
Vice-Principal    Candidates ought to Have Post Graduation/ Master’s Degree with B.Ed. Or equal and 05 years Working Experience.    As in keeping with Rule.
PGT    Candidates should Have Post Graduation/ Master’s Degree with B.Ed. Or equivalent and TGTs having 03 years normal service as TGT in KVS.
TGT    Candidates have to Have Post Graduation/ Master’s Degree with B.Ed. Or equivalent and PRTs having 05 years of ordinary provider.
Heat Master    Candidates ought to Have PRT at least 05 Years normal carrier in KVS
Age Relexation As in line with Rule.

Application Fee
As Per Rule

How to Apply
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KVS Recruitment 2018

Kendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan (KVS) invites Application for the publish of 1017 Lower Division Clerk, Upper Division Clerk, Librarian & Various Vacancy thru direct recruitment. Apply Online before eleven January 2018. Qualification/ eligibility situations, the way to follow & different rules are given beneath…

Job Details :
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  •     No of Vacancy : 561 Posts
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  •     Post Name : Upper Division Clerk (UDC)
  •     No of Vacancy : 146 Posts
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  •     Post Name : Librarian
  •     No of Vacancy : 214 Posts
  •     Pay Scale : Rs. 44900-142400/-

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     Qualification :
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    For Upper Division Clerk : Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent from a recognized University and relevant Experience.
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    Nationality : Indian
    Age Limit : Maximum age restriction is 27 years for LDC, 30 years for UDC & 35 years for Librarian As on 31.01.2018
    Age Relaxation : For SC/ST 05 years, For OBC 03 years & For Women/PWD 10 years

Job Location : All India

Selection Process : Selection could be primarily based on Computer Based Test/Examination & Skilled Test/Interview.

Application Fee : Candidates must pay Rs.750/- thru Debit Card, Credit Card or Net Banking. No rate is needed to be paid by candidates belonging to SC / ST / PH classes and Women candidates.

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Important Dates :

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KVS Recruitment – Kendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan – 546 Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs), Trained Graduate Teachers (TGTs) Vacancy – Last Date 17 October 2017


KVS Recruitment 2017

Kendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan (KVS) invitations Application for the put up of 546 Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs), Trained Graduate Teachers (TGTs) & Primary Teacher through direct recruitment. Apply Online earlier than 17 October 2017. Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to practice & other regulations are given below…

Job Details :

  •     Post Name : Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs)
  •     No of Vacancy : 182 Posts
  •     Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-34800/-
  •     Grade Pay : Rs. 4800/-

  •     Post Name : Trained Graduate Teachers (TGTs)
  •     No of Vacancy : a hundred and forty four Posts
  •     Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-34800/-
  •     Grade Pay : Rs. 4600/-

  •     Post Name : Primary Teacher (PRT)
  •     No of Vacancy : 220 Posts
  •     Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-34800/-
  •     Grade Pay : Rs. 4200/-

Eligible Criteria for KVS Recruitment :

    Qualification :
  •     For Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs) : Two Year Integrated Post Graduate M.Sc. Course from Regional College of Education of NCERT within the involved challenge with as a minimum 50% marks in aggregate. OR Master’s Degree from a diagnosed university with at least 50% marks inside the worried subject and B.Ed. Or equal qualification from a diagnosed University for all the above PGT posts besides Information & Technology.
  •     For Trained Graduate Teachers (TGTs) : Four years integrated diploma route of Regional College of Education of NCERT with at the least 50% marks inside the concerned problem in addition to in the aggregate. OR A Bachelor’s Degree or equal from a diagnosed University with 50% marks or above in combination in addition to in the involved concern and B.Ed. Or equal from a diagnosed University and Should pass Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) carried out by way of CBSE
  •     For Primary Teacher (PRT) : Intermediate with 50% marks and exceeded in CTET OR  years Diploma in Education (D.Ed) or Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.EI.Ed).
    Nationality : Indian
    Age Limit : Maximum age limit For PGTs 40 years For TGT 35 years & For Primary Teacher (PRT)  30 years  As on 31.10.2017
    Age Relaxation : For SC/ST 05 years, For OBC 03 years & For Women/PWD 10 years

Job Location : All India

Selection Process : Candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of their overall performance in written examination and interview.

Application Fee : Candidates ought to pay Rs 1200/- for Principal and Rs.750/- for All Others Posts thru the prescribed hyperlink at online application or Challan. No rate is required to be paid by applicants belonging to SC / ST / PH classes and Women applicants.

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KVS -Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangthan  Has Released Recruitment Notification- 6205 for teacher, principal posts. All -incoming and interested potential candidates can apply- on or before 17-10-2016 -Online. More detailed- information on educational qualifications, age limit- selection, examination pattern, syllabus for KVS  Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangthan -Recruitment 2016-6205 teacher is mentioned main post below.

KVS (Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangthan ) Recruitment 2016 Detailed information on job vacancies --


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  1.  Principal -- 90
  2.  Postgraduate Teacher (group B) -- 690
  3.  Trained Graduate Teacher (group B) -- 926
  4.  Primary Teachers (PRT) (Group B) -- 4499


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          Yemen Cumhurbaşkanı Hadi'den iki yeni atama      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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ADEN (AA) - Yemen Cumhurbaşkanı Abdurabbu Mansur Hadi, cumhurbaşkanı danışmanlığına ve Sivil Hizmetler Bakanlığına yeni isimler atadı.Yemen resmi ajansı...

          Suudi Arabistan'a füzeli saldırı      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Yemen'deki Husiler, Suudi Arabistan'ın güneyinde yer alan Cazan bölgesine balistik füze saldırısı düzenledi.

          No Liberal Rallies Yet for the Children of Yemen by Paul Street + The U.S.-Backed War That Is Tormenting Yemen by David Moulton      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
by Paul Street Writer, Dandelion Salad The Official Website of Paul Street August 8, 2018 Hundreds of thousands of people showed up across the United States at more than 600 gatherings three weeks ago. They came out to protest Donald Trump‘s “zero tolerance” immigration policy in highly choreographed, Democratic Party-affiliated “Families Belong Together” rallies and […]
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Yemen'deki Husiler tarafından yapılan balistik füze saldırısı Suudi Arabistan tarafından imha edildi.
          Comment on Giving Trump Carte Blanche for War by F. G. Sanford      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In a recent interview, Mr. Kiriakou discussed signs that an attack on Iran might be imminent. He mentioned that aggregation of several aircraft carrier battle groups in the Eastern Mediterranean, Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, etc. would be a giveaway. Aircraft carriers have become the post-WWII "gunboat diplomacy" weapons of choice. Such vessels can stand off and pound targets inland with no risk to themselves. It has had great success against 3rd world countries with insignificant air and naval resources to resist. Countries like Libya and Yemen can be easily pulverized with this strategy. Countries like Iran - maybe not. The propaganda afoot and efforts to shut down discourse are symptomatic of what the "deep state" has realized, but the general public has not. The US economy is on life support. Aircraft carriers are no longer an invincible strategic weapon. The petrodollar is under assault by three of the largest countries in the world: Russia, China and India. European countries are apparently determined to continue purchasing Iranian gas and oil. So is Turkey. Germany sees advantages to friendly relations with Russia. The stock market is propped up by ZIRP financed buybacks. Popular narratives suggest that we "trust the plan", yet fail to notice that "the plan" bears a striking resemblance to the same old neocon pablum. It's just packaged in a different box. (Yes, I'm trying to say that "Q" is a neocon psyop.) Tyrannical governments in decline eventually attack their own populations. They have to have someone other than themselves to blame. The inevitable disenfranchisement and unrest leads to protest: the self-fulfilling prophesy yields "internal enemies" that must be squelched. Martyanov provides an understated synopsis of American strategic disadvantages. Let me put it starkly. There is no defense against ballistic missiles aimed at ships. There is no countermeasure. The survivability of an aircraft carrier attacked with ballistic missiles is zero. Even if the warheads fail to detonate, the kinetic energy alone could theoretically achieve a sinking. It's like that line from The Karate Kid: "There is no defense". Does this mean there will be no war? I have no idea. But if there is, it is already lost. I'm betting we're gonna start doing a lot of jaw-jaw. Wait and see.
          Anti-Refugee Backlash In South Korea Targets Yemenis Fleeing War And Seeking Asylum      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Fleeing war, more than 500 Yemenis arrived earlier this year in an unlikely place — a tiny South Korean resort island. They're hoping to be granted asylum so they can stay in South Korea, but as they wait on the island of Jeju, they've become the target of blistering backlash from South Koreans. "I love Korea, really," Ebrahim Qaid says. He is one of 561 Yemenis who arrived on Jeju earlier this year through the island's policy of allowing most foreign nationals to enter without getting a visa in advance. Qaid found work on a 29-ton boat in Hallim port, on Jeju's northwestern shore. He's taken to calling his Korean boss abogee , a term of endearment in Korean meaning "dad." "I was a student in Yemen," Qaid says. "But because [of] the war, I need to work, help my family in Yemen." His work is helping abogee weld floorboards and make fixes before the ship heads back out to sea in a month. He and other Yemenis are doing the kind of jobs most Koreans don't want. "In Yemen, [we] don't have
          The Saudi Council of Ministers: The security of Bab al-Mandab Strait is a common international inter      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[size=21]The Saudi Council of Ministers: The security of Bab al-Mandab Strait is a common international interest August 08 2018 12:14 AM[/size] [rtl][size=12][rtl]the king Salman[/rtl][/size] [/rtl]Follow-Up [right]The Saudi Council of Ministers stressed the importance of the efforts of the "Alliance for the Support of Legitimacy" in Yemen and taking all necessary measures in coordination with the international community to maintain the freedom of maritime navigation and trade ...
          Musical Group Blends International Grooves      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
… example, between Yemenite music and blues, African music and rock. He has … to Yemeni Jewish music. In his teen years, his musical tastes expanded … his biggest musical influences. Then he started listening to African music and …
          Suudi Arabistan'a füzeli saldırı      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Yemen'deki Husiler, Suudi Arabistan'ın güneyinde yer alan Cazan bölgesine balistik füze saldırısı düzenledi.


          Yemen'in doğusunda 3 bin silaha el konuldu      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Yemen güvenlik güçleri, ülkenin doğusundaki Şebve ilinde yaklaşık 3 bin silaha el koydu.


          Phòng không Arab Saudi khiến dân thường thiệt mạng khi bắn hạ tên lửa phiến quân      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tổ hợp Patriot của Arab Saudi khai hỏa hồi năm 2017. Ảnh: Raytheon. “Tên lửa đạn đạo được phóng từ tỉnh Amran, phía bắc Yemen và nhằm vào thành phố Jizan, miền nam Arab Saudi. Lực lượng phòng không đã bắn trúng mục tiêu, khiến nó phát nổ. Tuy nhiên, mảnh vỡ từ quả đạn […]
          The Debate: Saudi – Al Qaeda – USA Deal      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
PressTV Published on Aug 8, 2018 Strange alliances or perhaps not so strange afterall, Associated Press has uncovered the very close relationship between Saudi and Emirati forces and Al Qaeda in Yemen. It appears instead of fighting Al Qaeda, as Riyadh and its backers in Washington claim, the Saudis and the Emiratis have been handing out […]
          US-backed alliance in Yemen war bribes, recruits al-Qaeda warlords, report finds      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yemeni militias backed by Saudi Arabia, the United States and the United Arab Emirates are actively paying off al-Qaeda-allied factions to abstain from the fighting, and are recruiting al-Qaeda members to fight against Shiite rebels, according to a new investigative report.
          Hundreds of pregnant women risk death in Yemen, says UN - Haaretz - Haaretz      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Hundreds of pregnant women risk death in Yemen, says UN - Haaretz
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Hundreds of pregnant women in the Yemeni city of Hodeidah risk dying as the escalating confict puts medical care out of reach in a country with one of the ...

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          One Dead, 11 Wounded as Saudi Intercepts Yemen Rebel Missile      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saudi Arabia shot down a missile fired by Yemen's Huthi rebels, with debris killing a Yemeni man and wounding 11 others, a Riyadh-led coalition fighting the insurgents said.
          Missile "Zelzal" yemenita piomba sulla base militare di Al-Khobe nel bel mezzo di un'adunata!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Il canale Al-Masirah ha comunicato, riprendendo fonti dell'Esercito Yemenita, che i missilisti di Sanaa hanno colpito con un vettore "Zelzal" (raggio medio 150 Km) una base militare saudita nel distretto di Al-Khobe, nella provincia sudoccidentale di Jizan.

Il missile avrebbe centrato il bersaglio proprio nel momento in cui si teneva un'adunata di truppe e personale (quindi scout e ricognitori yemeniti dovevano aver ben sorvegliato l'obiettivo prima del lancio del missile); ciò avrebbe portato a un bilancio di vittime particolarmente pesante per i Sauditi.


In notizie correlate, almeno quattro militari sauditi sarebbero caduti vittime di tiratori scelti yemeniti tra  i distretti di Jabal al-Doud e di Al-Mash, sempre nella stessa provincia.

Come abbiamo segnalato in altre occasioni i tiratori scelti sono uno dei tanti campi in cui gli Yemeniti surclassano i loro nemici della coalizione attaccante.


          Offensiva nella regione di Al-Durahyimi distrugge 10 veicoli ed elimina 150 soldati invasori, mentre gli Yemeniti del Sud si ritirano o si arrendono!!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
La guerra in Yemen potrebbe essere a un punto di svolta.
Ansiosi di vendicare le dozzine di vittime del recente massacro compiuto a Hodeidah dai jet della coalizione saudi-emiratina i combattenti dell'Esercito di Sanaa e della milizia dei Comitati Popolari hanno scatenato un contrattacco nella regione di Al-Durahyimi proprio nel momento in cui centinaia se non migliaia di Yemeniti del Sud, fino a ieri burattini degli UAE, abbandonavano le loro posizioni obbedendo all' "ukase" lanciato dal loro leader separatista, Hassan Baoum.

Secondo il comunicato ufficiale emesso dall'Esercito Yemenita (letto dallo stesso portavoce che vedete effigiato in foto) almeno 10 veicoli degli invasori sarebbero stati distrutti e 150 loro militari e mercenari uccisi, feriti o catturati.

Inoltre 57 yemeniti che combattevano per gli invasori sarebbero stati prigionieri mentre diverse centinaia, tutti appartenenti al movimento separatista di Baoum, avrebbero gettato le armi consegnandosi ai loro (ex?) compatrioti.

Secondo voci non confermate il grande successo dell'attacco sarebbe dovuto a precise informazioni sui punti deboli dello schieramento avversario, rivelate agli Yemeniti da agenti infiltrati o da loro contatti tra i collaborazionisti degli invasori, decisi ormai a cessare la loro cooperazione con la coalizione occupante.


          Iran: We Told the Houthi in Yemen to Attack the Two Saudi Tankers and They Did      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(MEMRI) Gen. Naser Sha'bani of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) told the Iranian Fars news agency in an interview on Aug. 6: "We told the Yemenis to attack the two Saudi tankers, and they attacked [on July 25]. Hizbullah in Lebanon and Ansar Allah [the Houthi] in Yemen are our homeland depth."
          ‘World must act on Houthi piracy,’ warns OIC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Wed, 2018-08-08 22:44

JEDDAH: The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has called on the global community to counter Houthi piracy and offer protection to international shipping in the Red Sea. OIC Secretary-General Dr. Yousef Al-Othaimeen condemned recent Houthi attacks on two Saudi oil tankers in the Strait of Bab Al-Mandeb, which he said “caused harm to the interests of all countries.”
Al-Othaimeen was speaking at a meeting of the permanent representatives of the 57 member states, held at the OIC headquarters in Jeddah on Wednesday.
The meeting was called by Saudi Arabia to discuss the Houthi attacks on the Saudi oil tankers, and the militia’s “targeting of freedom of navigation and international trade.”
Oil shipments through the strait were temporarily suspended on July 25 after the failed terror attack on the tankers.
Much of Europe’s crude oil imports from the Middle East pass through the Red Sea, while essential refined products from Europe are sent to the Middle East and Asia through the strait.
Al-Othaimeen told the OIC meeting on Wednesday that the Houthis, “which did not hesitate to target Makkah, the holiest place on earth, also targeted two Saudi oil tankers in the Bab Al-Mandeb strait in a series of terrorist acts against the territory of Saudi Arabia and its interests and residents.”
He reaffirmed the OIC’s condemnation of the militias for targeting international shipping and promised “full solidarity” with Saudi Arabia in the face of terrorism.
The Kingdom’s measures to “preserve its security, stability and territorial integrity” had the full backing of the OIC, he said.
Al-Othaimeen reiterated the OIC’s support for UN efforts to reach a political solution in Yemen that would reinforce the legitimate state authorities and deliver more humanitarian and development assistance.
He also praised the support and aid provided by Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and called on member states to continue to provide political, security, economic and financial support to the Yemeni government to aid reconstruction.
In a final communique, the OIC meeting said: “These heinous attacks are perpetrated amid similar terrorist operations by Iran-backed putschist Houthi militias against international maritime traffic and international trade. The laying of hundreds of naval mines is intended to cause damage to the interests of the countries of the region and the entire world, in total disregard for the possible disastrous environmental and economic repercussions of oil spills.”
The OIC urged the international community to condemn the attacks and counter “terrorist acts by the Yemeni militias and all those supporting and financing them” to ensure protection for international shipping.
It also called on the UN Security Council to implement resolutions to prevent the escalation of Houthi attacks, which increased regional tensions and the dangers of regional confrontation.
The council should “hold the Houthi militias and their Iranian sponsors accountable for countless crimes against international law,” the OIC said.
The meeting noted a recent UN panel’s report on Yemen that identified Iran’s supplying of Houthi militias with ballistic missiles and weapons as “a flagrant violation of Security Council resolutions.”

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          Saudi Arabia intercepts Houthi missile targeting Jazan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Wed, 2018-08-08 22:11

JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia’s Aerial Defense Forces intercepted a ballistic missile fired by Houthi militias in Yemen towards Jazan, Al-Arabiya reported.

The attack is the latest attempt by the Iran-backed militia to target the Kingdom.

There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage.

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Saudi air defense forces intercept ballistic missile fired by Houthis on JazanSaudi Royal Air Force intercepts Houthi missile over Najran
          La información con comentario 9/8/2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

NOTICIAS – Titulares de hoy: según Lieberman, Irán destina 2.500 millones de dólares anuales a financiar el terrorismo en Siria, Líbano, Yemen, Irak y Gaza. Israel designa por primera vez a una mujer piloto como comandante de escuadrón ... Leer más

          India U-16 coach hails players      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NEW DELHI, Aug 8: India U-16 football team coach Bibiano Fernandes highlighted his players' self belief and ability to stage a comeback, after rounding off their campaign in the WAFF Championship in Amman, Jordan with a 3-0 rout of Yemen.
          Husilerin Suudi Arabistan a Yönelik Füze Saldırısı      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Suudi Arabistan yönetimindeki koalisyon güçleri, Yemen'deki Husilerin Suudi Arabistan'ın Cazan kentine attığı balistik füzenin imhası sırasında çevreye yayılan şarapnel parçalarının bir kişinin ölümüne, 11 kişinin yaralanmasına neden olduğunu açıkladı.
          Saudi-Canadian Dispute Doesn’t Extend to Oil      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saudi Arabia’s oil supplies to Canada will not be impacted by a dispute between the two countries, the kingdom’s energy minister said Thursday, reassuring customers after Riyadh froze new trade with Canada and ruled out mediation efforts. The world’s largest oil exporter has a “firm and long-standing policy” that petroleum supplies are not influenced by political considerations, Khalid al-Falih said in a statement. “The current diplomatic crisis between Saudi Arabia and Canada will not, in any way, impact Saudi Aramco’s relations with its customers in Canada.” Canada’s demand Saudi Arabia, infuriated by Canada’s demand last week that jailed rights activists in the kingdom be released immediately, expelled the Canadian ambassador Sunday, blocked imports of Canadian grain and ended state-backed educational and medical program in Canada. Bilateral trade between Canada and Saudi Arabia is worth nearly $4 billion a year. Canadian exports to Saudi Arabia were about $1.12 billion in 2017, or 0.2 percent of the total value of Canadian exports. Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir ruled out any mediation efforts and called on Ottawa Wednesday to “fix its big mistake,” saying the kingdom was considering implementing more measures against Canada for interfering in Saudi Arabia’s domestic affairs. Trudeau olive branch Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau later appeared to extend an olive branch, saying he would keep pressing Saudi Arabia on civil liberties but also saying the Gulf Arab state had made some progress on human rights. “Diplomatic talks continue ... we don’t want to have poor relations with Saudi Arabia. It is a country that has great significance in the world, that is making progress in the area of human rights,” Trudeau said. Saudi Arabia has in recent months detained several women’s rights activists, some of whom had previously campaigned for the right to drive and an end to the kingdom’s male guardianship system, the latest to be swept up in a government crackdown on activists, clerics and journalists. Since rising to power in 2015, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has courted Western allies to support his reform plans to modernize and open up the kingdom, offering billions of dollars in arms sales and promising to fight radicalism in the kingdom. Prince Mohammed has launched a campaign of social and economic change, but has not eased the absolute monarchy’s total ban on political activism. He has taken a more aggressive stance toward archrival Iran, began a three-year war in Yemen and led a boycott of fellow Gulf Arab state Qatar. In addition to the trade freeze, Riyadh has stopped sending patients to Canadian hospitals and suspended educational exchanges, moving Saudi scholars to other countries.
          La coalizione saudita finanzia Al-Qaeda per combattere gli sciiti in Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
È il risultato di un'inchiesta dell'Associated Press, secondo cui i paesi arabi sunniti avrebbero versato nelle casse dei jihadisti milioni di dollari. «La lotta all'Iran ora è più importante di quella ad Al-Qaeda»
          Kayısı tüketmek için 7 önemli neden       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Yaş ve kuru olarak tüketilen kayısının birçok hastalığa faydası vardır. Özellikle şişkinlik ve kabızlık gibi sağlık sorunlarına iyi gelen bu besinin az bilinen diğer faydalarını sizler için araştırdık. İşte kayısı yemenin faydaları...


          Saudi man's deportation from Canada delayed      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Saudi man seeking asylum was to be deported from Canada today, but will stay as the United Nations examines his case. The man - whose identity CBC News has changed for his safety - fled Saudi Arabia after he was accused of criticizing its actions in Yemen. {{embed|t=alOnC_1533789741}}
          Comment on No Liberal Rallies Yet for the Children of Yemen by Paul Street + The U.S.-Backed War That Is Tormenting Yemen by David Moulton by Zara Ali      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Thank you for sharing both the write-ups on Yemen. A very good read indeed! The Globalists are obviously above the law... law is for the rest of us - so even if the president-to-be made a campaign promise that essentially measured up to a war crime, and later committed the said act... why would someone care? Perhaps a good number of Americans will simply be happy he delivered on his campaign promise. 'Differences of geographical proximity and familiarity are part of the explanation' - no argument on that - however this plays a comparatively small role in the sinister silence exhibited by common Americans on the genocide in Yemen. The MSM has definitely only distorted the reasons of American participation in the War on Yemen, much in line with the U.S. officials, however that is what the MSM continually does even when it comes to something as obvious and explosive as the Palestine conflict... May be the truth is too stark for most... until and unless common American is affected first-hand, Americans shall by and large not speak against their own ruling elite. They have to be nudged hard to forgo their 'comfortably numb' cocoon existence. If only the educated societies of the developed Western world woke up and relinquished all intellectual argument in favor of the naked truth... not just in small pockets but en masse...!
          Yemen'de parti yetkilisine suikast girişimi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yemen'de parti yetkilisine suikast girişimiYemen'de parti yetkilisine suikast girişimi
Yemen'de aracına bomba yerleştirilen Islah Partisi üst düzey yöneticisi Arafat Hizam, suikast girişiminden yara almadan kurtuldu.

          Qatar quiere invertir en Cádiz      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Qatar ha echado el ojo a Cádiz como ciudad dónde invertir. Mohamed Jaham Al Kuwari, embajador de Qatar en España, se reunión este miércoles en el ayuntamiento de Cádiz con el alcalde, José María González, para trasladarle oficialmente el interés del gobierno Qatarí por estrechar lazos comerciales con la capital gaditana. Energías renovables, turismo, sector marítimo y educación son los cuatro sectores en los que el país árabe quiere establecer una cooperación económica y cultural bilateral que, según ha explicado a LA VOZ el diplomático, «ha sido bien acogido» por los responsables municipales. ¿Cuál ha sido el motivo de su visita a Cádiz? Estoy de visita en la región, en Cádiz y Algeciras. Pedí reunión con el alcalde para hablar sobre la posibilidad de cooperación entre Qatar y Cádiz en temas de energías renovables, turismo, industria marítima y educación. La Universidad de Cádiz tiene una especialidad de ciencias del mar y nos gustaría tener intercambio entre la universidad de Qatar y la universidad de Cádiz. El turismo para nosotros es importante. Tenemos una empresa que invierte en hoteles y tenemos varios en España (Madrid, Barcelona) y en otros países europeos. Habla de la universidad de Cádiz, ¿en qué sentido plantea esa cooperación? La educación para nosotros es muy importante. Nos gustaría en nuestra colaboración con Cádiz establecer un programa de intercambio de estudiantes dada la importancia de Andalucía como parte de la relación histórica entre España y el mundo árabe. Por ejemplo, podemos mandar estudiantes qataríes a estudiar a Cádiz y al resto de Andalucía. Qatar destina mucho presupuesto a Educación, casi el 12% del PIB. Estamos considerados en relación al tamaño de la población el primer país del mundo en inversión en educación. Y creemos que estrechar lazos con la universidad de Cádiz puede ser muy interesante. Energías renovables, turismo, industria marítima y educación son los ejes de interés del gobierno qatarí ¿Puede concretar algún proyecto? En principio aún no porque la reunión que he mantenido con el alcalde ha sido una primera toma de contacto institucional para trasladar nuestro interés. En septiembre queremos crear un equipo de trabajo entre el ayuntamiento y Qatar. ¿Quién formará parte de este grupo de trabajo? Será un equipo técnico para debatir y explicar aspectos de cooperación que Cádiz puede ofrecer a Qatar y viceversa; para descubrir las posibilidades, las oportunidades. ¿Qué le ha parecido al alcalde su propuesta de colaboración, su idea de invertir en la ciudad? La ha acogido bien. Me ha dicho que Cádiz quiere crear una estructura en el sector de las energías renovables y nosotros somos exportadores de gas natural, que es una energía limpia. Qatar suministra a España casi el 14% del gas natural que llega a España y tenemos una empresa especializada en energía solar y renovable. Todo coincide. ¿Con quién se reunirá en Algeciras? Con el alcalde y con empresas de la zona para ver la cooperación que podemos tener en sectores como el turismo y la industria marítima, sobre todo. ¿Se ha planteado invertir en alguna otra provincia de Andalucía? Sí, vamos a llevar a cabo un proyecto de seguridad alimentaria. Exportar verduras, frutas, carnes. Puede ser interesante levantar fábricas en Qatar para producir productos del sector alimentario. Además de esto también estamos interesados en hacer proyectos culturales. Queremos tener ferias del libro, invitar a Qatar a artistas y estudiantes, montar exposiciones, etc. No es solo algo económico, también queremos acercar los pueblos. Para Qatar es tan importante la diplomacia económica como la cultural. Un equipo técnico se reunirá en septiembre para comenzar a trabajar. No se descartan inversiones en la industria naval ¿Contempla inversiones en el sector naval en la bahía de Cádiz, en alguno de los Astilleros? Cádiz tiene una ubicación estratégica. En este momento no puedo saberlo pero sí le puedo decir que los técnicos especializados vendrán y verán. Después haremos un informe que enviaremos a Qatar para informar de las posibilidades que ofrece Cádiz en este sentido. Arabia Saudí ha encargado la fabricación de cinco corbetas a Navantia y se fabricarán en los astilleros gaditanos. Hay mucho debate en torno al asunto por cuestiones belicistas y de derechos humanos ¿Qué opina? Es un asunto entre España y Arabia Saudí. Es un asunto bilateral. España ha tomado una posición muy positiva tras el bloqueo a Qatar llamando al diálogo de los países de la zona del Golfo y está buscando una posición pacífica. ¿Entonces? Arabia Saudí está en situación de violación de derechos humanos. Muchos parlamentos de países europeos pidieron parar la venta de armas a Arabia Saudí. Eso es un asunto internacional contra Arabia Saudí.  Las relaciones comerciales entre España y Qatar son buenas a tenor del incremento de empresas españolas posicionadas en su país. Qatar es el primer país árabe en inversión en España. Tenemos una participación en Iberdrola, en Colonial, El Corte Inglés, en deporte, en turismo, en energía, etc. Y hay posibilidad de invertir más. De hecho, en la actualidad estoy preparando nuevos proyectos para invertir en España. Las empresas españolas en Qatar son más de cien y hay una comunidad de más de 5.000 españoles viviendo en Qatar y más de 15.000 si contamos a toda la población hispanohablante. ¿Cómo es la relación de la familia Al Thani con la Casa Real Española? Hay buena relación. El trato con la Moncloa y Zarzuela es excelente. Ha sido siempre así a través de la historia de nuestras relaciones bilaterales. ¿Se ha reunido con el nuevo Presidente, Pedro Sánchez? No lo conozco aún pero estamos esperando que ambos Jefes de Estado se reúnan pronto, de hecho, ahora estamos hablando con el gobierno español para organizar la visita oficial a España. Ya hace más de un año del bloqueo de Arabia Saudí, Emiratos, Barhein y Egipto a su país. ¿Cuál ha sido el coste económico y social para Qatar? Vivimos normal porque Qatar es un país respetado, tenemos aliados, amigos y acceso al mundo a través del mar. La vida sigue normal. Las necesidades alimentarias y de productos están cubiertas e incluso hay más. Vivir ahora es más barato. Antes los productos venían a través de Arabia Saudita y Emiratos como intermediarios y se quedaban con unas comisiones del 20-30%, y ahora llegan directamente. Esta situación pasa con los productos españoles, ya no hay intermediarios. Después del bloqueo las exportaciones aéreas han aumentado un 40%. ¿Cómo lo viven los qataríes? El problema que tenemos con el bloqueo es el asunto social. Es decir, las familias. Hay una separación de familias. Han echado a los qataríes de sus territorios: ciudadanos, estudiantes, empresarios e incluso pacientes de hospitales, especialmente en Emiratos árabes. Han hecho una violación de los derechos humanos y los hemos llevado a la corte internacional de justicia. «Qatar no apoya el terrorismo, tenemos una base militar de EEUU con 10.000 soldados, es ilógico» Los países del bloqueo le acusan de financiar el terrorismo y, sobre todo a los Hermanos Musulmanes ¿Qatar financia o apoya el terrorismo? EEUU tiene en Qatar una base militar con 10.000 soldados. Sería ilógico eso si apoyásemos el terrorismo. Incluso hace una semana hemos firmado un acuerdo para ampliar esta base militar. También hay instituciones americanas y nunca ha habido problema. Sin embargo, sí tenemos apruebas de que ellos, Arabia Saudí, apoyan el terrorismo. Los países que impulsaron el bloqueo quieren cambiar la política interna y externa de Qatar y cambiar el gobierno de Qatar. Ese es el objetivo del bloqueo. Qatar es un país independiente y ellos no quieren que tengamos este rol, quieren que culquier decisión de la zona parta de Arabia Saudí. Nosotros decimos que si hay problemas hay que solucionarlos a través del diálogo pero ellos hasta ahora rechazan diálogar. Un año después parece que el bloqueo a Qatar ha quedado oculto por otros asuntos como el acuerdo nuclear con Irán y la guerra de Yemen. Lo de Yemen es una violacion de derechos humanos contra un país hermano, solo por diferencias políticas. No creo que sean diferencias religiosas. Qatar ha abierto el país para el diálogo para organizar conferencias internacionales, para crear plataformas de libertad de expresión, alianzas del mundo árabe, etc. Arabia Saudí y los demás implicados en el bloqueo no quieren Hay miles de presos políticos en estos países, en nuestro país cero. Tienen presos a estudiantes, activistas, periodistas, empresarios. Nosotros no queremos seguir su línea de opresión, por eso continua el bloqueo. Su aliado es Irán, un hecho que no les gusta, sobre todo a Arabia Saudí. Después del bloqueo ningún país más cortó relaciones con Qatar. Ahora Arabia Saudí las ha cortado con Canadá por una cuestión de derechos humanos. Eso va a enseñar al mundo cómo es Arabia Saudí. Trump dijo hace varias semanas que pretendía convocar a los líderes del Consejo del Golfo para hablar de la situación. Nosotros aceptamos a reunirnos, estamos abiertos para dialogar. El problema es con ellos (los países del bloqueo). Los americanos saben que el problema es con los países impulsores del bloqueo, no con Qatar. La reunión aún no es oficial, no está conformada. Si se convoca, estaremos presentes. ¿Qué tendría que haber sobre la mesa para no acudir? Si hay asuntos que tocan nuestra soberanía no. No tienen qué decidir quienes son nuestros aliados. Además, no tenemos una relación privilegiada con Irán. Y doy datos. Antes del bloqueo la relación de intercambio comercial entre Qatar e Irán era de 250 millones de dólares mientras que con Emiratos era de 20.000 millones. ¿Quién tiene la relación privilegiada? Con Irán tenemos intercambio comercial de gas, y tenemos derecho a tenerlo porque somos vecinos. No buscamos la confrontación, creo que nuestra región ha tenido suficientes guerras y sangre. El problema es que todas las declaraciones políticas tienen que surgir de Arabia Saudí y a veces sucede que países pequeños juegan un rol más importante que los grandes para la paz. ¿Qué es lo que más le ha gustado de Cádiz? Me gusta la ciudad antigua, es pequeña, íntima y la gente muy amable. Me gusta mucho la gastronomía. Esta mañana he ido a correr y la he recorrido entera, 16 kilómetros antes de ir a la reunión en el ayuntamiento. Quiero volver a pasar por lo menos una semana. El máximo representante de Qatar en España confía en etender puentes con Cádiz. - S.C.G.
          UNHCR aids return of over 2,000 Somali refugees from Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Fuente: http://acnur.es Yesterday (Monday, 6 August), a boat carrying 116 Somali refugees arrived in the port of Berbera in Somalia after sailing from Aden in Yemen on Sunday. This is…

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          Bitter-sweet battle for Yemen's honey harvesters      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
One of Yemen's most famous commodities is honey but farmers, who continue to harvest the sweet golden liquid, are lamenting the losses and difficulties caused by three years of civil war. David Pollard reports.

          8/9/2018: NEWS: UAE’s $4bn in aid to Yemen makes it second-biggest humanitarian donor to a neighbour in great need      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The UAE is the largest donor of humanitarian assistance to Yemen after Saudi Arabia, according to an international report. The UN’s Financial Tracking Service said yesterday that the UAE was the second-biggest backer of Yemen’s Humanitarian Response...
          8/9/2018: OPINION: Coalition aid will help reconstruct Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
With the generous provision of Saudi aid to Yemen, the contrast between the coalition and the Houthis is even more evident. The rebels are clinging on to their stranglehold in Hodeidah and Sanaa, inflicting their reign of terror and mismanagement on...
          In One Year, MSNBC Covered Stormy Daniels 455 Times, War in Yemen 0      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

by Adam Johnson via Anti Media Why is the No. 1 outlet of alleged anti-Trump #resistance completely ignoring his most devastating war? (FAIR) As FAIR has noted before […]

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          Mỹ: Iran tập trận hải quân ở Eo biển Hormuz để phô trương năng lực      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

AP đưa tin, ngày 8/8, Tư lệnh Bộ Chỉ huy Trung tâm của Mỹ (CENTCOM), Đại tướng Joseph Votel cho rằng cuộc tập trận hải quân của Iran với sự tham gia của ít nhất 100 thuyền nhỏ xung quanh khu vực Eo biển Hormuz hồi tuần trước đã phát đi thông điệp tới Mỹ liên quan tới việc nước này tái áp đặt các lệnh trừng phạt kinh tế nhằm vào Tehran.

Phát biểu với báo giới tại Lầu Năm Góc, Đại tướng Votel nhận xét, Iran đang phô trương năng lực quân sự, trong bối cảnh Tổng thống Iran Hasan Rouhani đe dọa phong tỏa eo biển này.

Ông Votel nói: “Rõ ràng, họ đang cố gắng tận dụng cuộc tập trận này để phát đi thông điệp tới chúng tôi, rằng khi chúng tôi tiếp cận thời kỳ trừng phạt, thì họ cũng sở hữu một số năng lực.

Chúng tôi nhận thức rõ những gì đang diễn ra, và chúng tôi luôn sẵn sàng tự vệ.”

Ngoài ra, Đại tướng Votel còn chỉ trích Iran vì những âm mưu liên tiếp gây bất ổn các nước khác trong khu vực, trong đó có Syria, Iraq và Yemen.



Theo ông Votel, Iran có khả năng bố trí mìn và các thuyền chứa chất nổ tại tuyến đường biển này, cũng như sử dụng tên lửa và radar dọc bờ biển.

Tuy nhiên ông Votel cho biết Mỹ và các đồng minh thường xuyên được đào tạo ứng phó với tình huống này, và sẵn sàng đảm bảo tự do hàng hải và thương mại tiếp tục được tiến hành ở khu vực này.

Đại tướng Votel khẳng định Tướng Qassem Soleimani, người chỉ huy các hoạt động quân sự của lực lượng Iran ở Trung Đông (lực lượng tinh nhuệ Quds), chính là người thực hiện nhiều hoạt động của Iran ở eo biển này và trong khu vực, đồng thời gọi lực lượng Quds là mối đe dọa hàng đầu trong khu vực.

Trong những tuần gần đây, Tổng thống Rouhani đe dọa phong tỏa Eo biển Hormuz, một tuyến đường vận chuyển dầu quan trọng; đồng thời khẳng định nếu các lệnh trừng phạt đe dọa hoạt động xuất khẩu dầu thô của Iran, hoạt động xuất khẩu của các nước khác ở Trung Đông cũng sẽ bị đe dọa./.

          "Iran is bad and Saudis have a right to attack Yemen" - The US State Department      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saudi Arabia (very good friend of U.S government) -not Iran-is the biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world today and Wahhabism remains the source of most radical Islamic extremism. However, out of the 61 groups that are designated as terrorist organizations by the U.S. State Department, the overwhelming majority are Saudi-funded groups, with a focus on the West and Iran as their primary enemy. Nearly all of the jihadi groups receive significant support from either the Saudi government or Saudi citizens. So what the hell is this woman talking about? "War Diary" project | The US State department | August 7th 2018
          Somalia: East Africa Key Message Update, August 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source: Famine Early Warning System Network
Country: Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Yemen

Key Messages

Protracted conflict drives food insecurity; and flooding in the north affects livelihoods

  • Continued conflict and subsequent displacement have disrupted livelihoods and access to key sources of food and income in South Sudan, Yemen, and parts of Somalia, Sudan, and Ethiopia. Large populations are experiencing Crisis (IPC Phase 3) or Emergency (IPC Phase 4) outcomes across these areas, which are likely to persist through January 2019. South Sudan and Yemen remain the areas of greatest concern. In a worst-case scenario, if there is a sustained absence of humanitarian assistance in South Sudan, and in Yemen, if commercial imports decline significantly for an extended period of time and conflict restricts trade and humanitarian assistance, Famine (IPC Phase 5) is possible.

  • From June to early August, there has been above-average rainfall across parts of central and western regions of Ethiopia into Sudan and South Sudan, which has led to flooding, with the greatest intensity in Sudan. While the heavy rainfall has been beneficial for some crop development and pasture regeneration, it has also caused displacement, infrastructure, crop, and livestock losses, and disrupted household livelihoods in affected areas. Given the forecast, there is the likelihood for additional flash floods in these countries.

  • Crisis (IPC Phase 3) outcomes persist over parts of southeastern Ethiopia and southern and central Somalia, but food security continues to improve as livestock production and prices have increased substantially. Somalia Gu production in southern agropastoral areas is expected to be above average, while total Meher production in Ethiopia and marginal production in Kenya is likely to be near average. By January 2019, food security outcomes are expected to further improve to Stressed (IPC Phase 2) or Minimal (IPC Phase 1) across many areas of the Eastern Horn; however, Somalia’s Guban Pastoral Livelihood Zone is likely to remain in Emergency (IPC Phase 4).

  • According to UNCHR as of mid-July, a total of nearly 11.3 million people are internally displaced in Burundi, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, and Yemen, while there are 4.6 million refugees from these countries living in Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda, and Tanzania. The majority of these populations have limited capacities to access food and income and are dependent on humanitarian assistance amidst substantial funding gaps. Current food ration cuts of up to 30 percent for refugees and asylum seekers could lead to a deterioration in food security outcomes if they persist.


          Yemen: Regular Press Briefing by the Information Service, 7 August 2018 - Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source: UN Department of Public Information
Country: Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, World, Yemen

Yemen

Tarik Jasarevic of the World Health Organization, updating on what Dr. Salama said on oral cholera vaccination in three districts in Yemen last Friday, said very preliminarily, as they still expected full figures to come, in the first two days, more than 3,000 local health workers had reached more than 200,000 people wither oral cholera vaccine in the three districts. These three districts had been chosen because they were assessed to be the most vulnerable to an escalation of cholera. The figures for the third day of the campaign, yesterday, were now being collected. Oral cholera vaccination normally involved two doses, with the second dose being administered in about six weeks. Some 32 tonnes of vaccines came from the Global Oral Cholera Vaccine stockpile, funded by GAVI, had reached Sanaa in mid-July in response to Yemen facing the worse cholera outbreak with more than 1.1 million cases and more than 2,000 deaths. They wanted to pre-empt a possible new wave to cholera. In response to a question, Mr. Jasarevic said he did not have information on the military situation but the fact was that vaccination teams went into these three districts and administered the vaccinations.

Joel Millman of the International Organization for Migration said that yesterday, IOM and partners launched a regional migrant response plan for the Horn of Africa and Yemen, through which they are appealing to the international community for $ 45 million to support migrants on the move in the Horn of Africa and Yemen from 2018 to 2020. The response plan, developed in coordination with regional and country level non-governmental and intergovernmental partners, was a migrant-focused humanitarian and development strategy for vulnerable migrants from the Horn of Africa, specifically those from Somalia, Djibouti and Ethiopia, moving to and from Yemen. The plan targeted some 81,000 persons.

Irregular migration from the Horn of Africa to the Gulf countries had been steadily increasing over the past few years, with approximately 100,000 people entering Yemen, a major transit point on this route, in 2017. The plan estimated that, like in 2017, up to 100,000 new arrivals from the Horn of Africa would reach Yemen in 2018, while 200,000 migrants and refugees would return from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Yemen to the Horn of Africa countries in the same period. Of these, 150,000 and 50,000 would return to Ethiopia and Somalia, respectively. This issue involved displacement and the conflict in Yemen itself, but also parallel and somewhat related programmes of encouraging citizens of those two nations to come home from Saudi Arabia. Over the weekend, Mr. Millman said IOM assisted both Ethiopian and Somali refugees leaving Yemen to go home, 132 Ethiopian migrants left from Hodeidah and 116 Somalis left from Aden. There were more statistics in the notes.

William Spindler of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said there had been another movement of 160 Somali refugees who travelled by boat from Aden on Sunday and arrived yesterday in Somalia. This was the latest assisted spontaneous return facilitated by UNHCR, in cooperation with IOM and the authorities of both Yemen and Somalia. With this group, the number of refugees to have returned to Somalia since the programme started in 2017 had surpassed 2,000. So far this year, 1,321 Somalis, including the 116 who left on Sunday, had returned to their places of origin in Somalia. For the past two months, weather conditions had prevented the boats from sailing. Among the refugees were female heads of household looking forward to joining their extended families. Several students were hoping to resume their education. The assisted spontaneous return programme was initiated in 2017 in response to the demand from refugees for UNHCR help in returning home. Yemen currently hosted 270,000 refugees, the vast majority of whom were Somalis. The ongoing conflict in Yemen has affected not just Yemenis but also refugees living among them. There were more details in the briefing notes.


          World: WHO EMRO Weekly Epidemiological Monitor: Volume 11, Issue 31 (5 August 2018)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source: World Health Organization
Country: Bangladesh, Brazil, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, World, Yemen

Current major event

Emergency risk communication in outbreaks

To provide WHO Member States, partners and stakeholders involved in emergency preparedness and response with the most up-to-date best practices on Emergency Risk Communication, this year WHO published “Communicating risk in public health emergencies - A WHO guideline for emergency risk communication (ERC) policy and practice”.

Editorial note

During public health emergencies, ERC informs at-risk people on the health risks they face, and on the actions they can take to protect their health and lives. Proper ERC is a two-way street: it informs at-risk people, while at the same time allowing authorities and experts to listen to the same people and address their concerns and needs so that the experts’ advice remains relevant, trusted and acceptable. Risk communication sits at the center of the risk management cycle, connecting all the other parts. This circular view of risk management has replaced the older, more linear, vision, and emphasizes the central importance of risk communications in every step of the process—and even more so in emergency settings.

As the fields of marketing, communications and public health advanced, so did the practice of ERC. Thus, mobile technology and digital information platforms play an important role in modern-day ERC. Twitter and Facebook have been used with success to spread truthful information and to verify information to dispel rumours and misinformation during public health crises. Services like SMS, WhatsApp and others are increasingly being used to share health-related information, including to track and combat rumours and to communicate with people in quarantined areas, for example during the West African Ebola virus out-break in 2014-2016.

Distinct but related principles underpin WHO’s approaches to effective communications and effective risk communications. For the former, WHO aims to make all communications accessible, actionable, credible, relevant, timely, and understandable. These general principles also support risk communications, but for ERC there is an additional focus on measures that build trust: transparency, rapid announcements, and listening to the at-risk populations. This emphasis is explained by the fact that trust is a central factor in decision-making and a strong indicator for compliance rates among mes-sage recipients, because the more you trust someone, the more you are likely to follow their instructions.

In recent years, two complex issues have emerged determining ERC’s success and failure. First, different perceptions of the same risk by experts and the public mean that for ERC to be effective, the social, religious, cultural, political and economic aspects associated with the event and those at risk must be considered. Second, issues of the trustworthiness of the information and advice that is communicated mean that for practitioners of ERC, be they inter-national organizations, health authorities, or community workers, maintaining and nurturing their audiences’ trust is a key concern.

Because of improving technology and more sophisticated tools from the marketing communications field, monitoring and evaluation in ERC have also improved over the past years. Combining pre-digital tools like in-person surveys with digital analytics facilitates the gathering, analys-ing, and interpreting of emergency risk communication data and feedback, which can then feed into emergency risk communication planning, strategy development, execution and renewed evaluation.

Even so, the new Guidelines identify many areas of further research, including several looking at the effect of ERC, especially in low and middle income countries. A related gap is the lack of sustained funding for ERC modalities as standard part of health project design. Finally, the effects of digital media and the splintering of sources and fields of information, absence of longitudi-nal studies, and research measuring the effect of an intervention, rather than simply describing it, all deserve further investigation.


          World: Humanitarian Funding Update July 2018 - United Nations Coordinated Appeals      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Country: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Colombia, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Haiti, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, occupied Palestinian territory, Pakistan, Philippines, Senegal, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey, Ukraine, World, Yemen

Funding Required: $25.41B
Funding Received: $9.39B
Unmet Requirements: $16.02B
Coverage: 37.0%

People in need: 134.0M
People to receive aid: 95.8M
Countries affected: 41

As of the end of July 2018, 21 Humanitarian Response Plans (HRP) and the Syria Regional Response Plan (3RP) require US$25.41 billion to assist 95.8 billion people in urgent need of humanitarian support. The 21 HRPs and the Syria 3RP were funded at $9.52 billion: 37 per cent of financial requirements for 2018. Humanitarian organisations still require $16.02 billion to meet the needs covered by these plans.

Requirements are $2 billion higher than last year at the same time. Overall coverage is also slightly higher (three per cent), with $1.4 billion more received this year than last.

Pooled funds

Between 1 January and 31 July 2018, the Emergency Relief Coordinator approved $333 million through the Central Emergency Response Fund, including $233 million through the rapid response window and $100 million through the underfunded emergencies window. In July, $24 million was approved in rapid response grants to respond to displacement in Ethiopia, population movement from Venezuela into Colombia, worsening food insecurity in Niger, and a volcanic eruption in Guatemala. The largest allocation was $15 million to provide relief items, safe water, sanitation facilities, and health and nutrition treatment to 800,000 people displaced by inter-communal violence in Gedeo and West Guji in Ethiopia.

Between 1 January and 6 August 2018, 17 country-based pooled funds (CBPF) received $536 million in contributions from 30 donors (including $80 million in pledges). During this period, $369 million were allocated to a total of 663 humanitarian projects, implemented by 443 partners, with the funds in Yemen ($92 million), DRC ($36 million) and Iraq ($34 million) allocating the largest amounts. During July, the funds in Afghanistan, Jordan, Nigeria, South Sudan and Turkey were processing allocations. As for overall CBPF allocations, 58 per cent were disbursed to NGOs, including 19 per cent ($71 million) directly to national and local NGOs. Another 41 per cent ($150 million) was allocated to UN agencies and 1 per cent of funding was allocated to Red Cross/Red Crescent organizations.

Country updates

Yemen is the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. Some 22.2 million people – about 75 per cent of the population – require humanitarian assistance or protection. This includes 8.4 million people who do not know where their next meal is coming from. An unprecedented outbreak of cholera and acute watery diarrhoea has resulted in more than 1.1 million cases since April 2017. Escalating conflict in Hudaydah has displaced more than 350,000 people since 1 June. More than 90 per cent of these people have received emergency relief packages distributed by humanitarian partners. Sustained hostilities in Hudaydah city, interruptions to port operations or a siege would be catastrophic and must be avoided. Humanitarian programmes have expanded significantly across Yemen. In June, partners provided emergency food assistance to 7.5 million people – an increase of 200,000 people since January. Similar increases have occurred in other sectors. As of mid-year, about 60 per cent of people targeted with assistance had been reached. Generous and flexible funding has been key. Donors have provided more than 60 per cent of the HRP’s $3 billion requirements – including an early, unearmarked $930 million contribution from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Partners recently sequenced the HRP to show first-line, second-line and full response activities, and require full funding to deliver all programmes based on this plan.

Needs remain high in Ethiopia with 7.88 million people food insecure, as per the Humanitarian and Disaster Resilience Plan (HDRP) released in March. There has been a major surge in displacement since the beginning of June around Gedeo (SNNPR) and West Guji (Oromia) zones resulting in the release of a response plan which seeks $117.7m to assist the 818,250 recently displaced people. Some funding has already been mobilized by Government and partners, primarily through reallocating resources that were originally intended for important response elsewhere in the country under the HDRP.

Fighting in south-west Syria continued to impact hundreds of thousands of civilians, with 180,000 people remaining newly displaced as of the end of July. Aerial bombardment and artillery shelling resulted in civilian deaths and destruction of civilian infrastructure in many areas. Humanitarian workers and service providers were caught up in the violence, with many displaced alongside other civilians. Humanitarian response continued in Dar’a governorate, building on cross-border prepositioning and subsequently drawing on programming from inside Syria. However more than 100,000 newly displaced people remained largely cut off from sustained assistance in Quneitra governorate. Partners identified priority requirements of $85 million to cover the most urgent protection and assistance needs of 300,000 people across the south-west up until mid-October. Concerns also persist around the threat of further military escalation in the north-west of the country, where the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance in Aleppo and Idleb governorates had increased by close to 600,000 by mid-year, to a total of 4.2 million, of whom half were in acute need. Response across the north-west continues to depend on cross-border assistance delivered from Turkey.

At least 3.4 million people in Cameroon need humanitarian assistance and protection. Six out of ten regions are affected by humanitarian crises related to Boko Haram in the Far North, the conflict in the Central African Republic and the worsening situation in the Anglophone regions. Further, growing levels of food insecurity and malnutrition are affecting over 2.6 million people, including 1.5 million children, and there is an ongoing cholera outbreak in the Center and North regions. The 2018 HRP calls for $319.7 million but is only 23 per cent funded. Additional donor support is critical to ensure life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable populations, especially the newly displaced persons in the Far North and the South-West.

Although the number of IDPs in the Central African Republic (CAR) fell to 608,000 during June, a seven per cent decrease compared to May, this does not indicate an improvement of the situation. The tensions and armed violence that erupted in April continue, and are causing new displacements in areas with very limited access. More than half (354,017) of the IDPs are staying with host families, while some 249,522 are in IDP sites and settlements, and another 4,489 are scattered in the bush, in desperate need of assistance. Increasing insecurity is affecting the delivery of aid, as five humanitarian workers have been killed since the beginning of 2018, making CAR one of the most dangerous countries in the world for the delivery of humanitarian aid. Moreover, underfunding remains one of the biggest impediments to stepping up the humanitarian response. At mid-year, the 2018 HRP had only received 26 per cent of its $515.6 million requirement. Without additional funding, humanitarian actors will be unable to address the needs of 1.9 million people targeted in the Plan.

The Marawi Conflict Response and Resources Overview (Mindanao, Philippines) seeks $61 million to provide essential services, food security, protection, livelihood and early recovery support for 199,000 conflict-affected people in Mindanao, of whom 69,412 are still displaced, from July 2017 to December 2018. While an organized return is underway, the majority of those who were forced to flee during the conflict will continue to require humanitarian assistance until sustainable recovery activities are underway, especially for those from the most affected areas of the city. Some $11 million (18%) has been received to-date.

Afghanistan is in the midst of a drought, the scale of which has not been seen since 2011. It has already resulted in some 84,000 people being displaced to Hirat City in western Afghanistan, with up to 150,000 at risk of being displaced. In 2017, wheat production was at an all-time low (57 per cent under the five-year average) and the expected shortfall in production in 2018 is decreasing further -- from 4.2 million metric tonnes to 3.5 million metric tonnes. This decrease is impacting some two million already food insecure people across two thirds of Afghanistan. The ongoing drought led the Humanitarian Country Team to increase the Afghanistan 2018 Humanitarian Response Plan requirements by $117 million, for a total of $547 million. The HRP is currently only 29 per cent funded. Additional funding is required to provide food security, agriculture, water, sanitation, hygiene and nutritional support. The humanitarian community is currently conducting a multi-sectoral humanitarian-development assessment, led by OCHA and UNDP, to examine both humanitarian needs and the wider, long-term complexities underpinning the drought crisis, that would need structural support through development programming.

Four years of conflict have put a tremendous strain on the civilian population in eastern Ukraine. Disrupted access to critical facilities and diminished livelihoods mean that some 3.4 million people are without basic supplies and services and need assistance for protection and survival. Some 200,000 people live under constant fear of shelling every day. One and a half million Ukrainians have been displaced across the country and cannot return home due to hostilities or lost livelihoods. Over 1 million civilians cross the “contact line” every month through operational checkpoints, which lack required shade, cooling spaces and healthcare facilities. Under these conditions, coupled with prolonged waiting hours and summer heat, civilians—many of them elderly—suffer health-related complications. Funding for the Humanitarian Response Plan is urgently needed, as only 27 per cent of the required $187 million has been received so far to respond to the urgent needs of 2.3 million vulnerable Ukrainians with assistance and protection throughout 2018.

Haiti is well into the hurricane season and increased international support for emergency preparedness efforts is required. Haitians are still recovering from consecutive natural disasters, including a major earthquake, hurricanes, floods and drought, and need sustained support. This support is not only to obtain life’s basic necessities, but also to move beyond recurring disasters and build sustainable livelihoods and live in resilient communities that are prepared for future shocks. Humanitarian actors aim to provide humanitarian assistance and protection services to the 2.2 million most vulnerable Haitians, but they have received only 9 per cent of the required $252 million this year.


          Exclusive Mezuzah Case, 925 Sterling Silver, Filigree, Door Mezuzah, 5.5X 0.8, Judaica, Best Wedding Gift, Mezuza Cover, Holiday Gift ID540P by adiaart      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Fragments from a missile launched into Saudi Arabia from Yemen by Houthi forces killed one civilian and wounded 11, Saudi state media said on Thursday.

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Ejército yemení lanza misil balístico contra zona industrial saudí
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Ministerio: 39 niños muertos en ataque contra un autobús escolar en Yemen
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Decenas de personas resultaron muertas o heridas por un bombardeo contra un autobús que llevaba niños en la ciudad yemení de Saada (noroeste), informó la Cruz Roja yemení. Un hospital apoyado por la Cruz Roja recibió "docenas de muertos y ...

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          World Food Programme’s video from frontlines of war in Yemen shows growing hunger and desperation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ROME – A WFP communications team is on the ground in Yemen, visiting both government- and rebel-controlled parts of the war-torn country. We are there, shooting video and interviewing people on the front lines of the conflict which has caused what many regard as the worst humanitarian situation in the world today. 
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Ifølge lokale klanledere i Yemen har flyangreb på bus med børn kostet mindst 20 livet.
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          39 niños muertos en ataque contra un autobús escolar en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Al menos 39 niños murieron hoy en un bombardeo aéreo contra un autobús escolar en Yemen, informó el Ministerio de Salud controlado por los rebeldes hutíes. La Cruz Roja yemení habla de "docenas de muertos y heridos".

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Todo empezó con un tuit de Chrystia Freeland,ministra canadiense de Exteriores, pidiendo la libertad de Samar Badawi. Riad considera el tuit de Freeland un ataque a “su soberanía”, lo que es llamativo viniendo de un país que lleva tres años bombardeando Yemen, que financió a varios grupos insurgentes en la guerra siria, que mantuvo secuestrado durante varios días al primer ministro libanés para obligarle a expulsar a Hizbolá del Gobierno

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Several families from wartorn countries, including Syria and Yemen, have been flocking to the Shahama centre to rectify their residency status as amnesty permits one-year visa to them. At the Shahama amnesty centre in Abu Dhabi, Gulf News spoke with a...
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The UAE has been ranked as the world’s largest donor of emergency humanitarian assistance to Yemen for this year. According to the Financial Tracking Service, FTS, a centralised source of information on humanitarian funding flows, the UAE is also the...
          Yemen tribal leaders say airstrikes in Yemen’s north kill 20      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Yemeni tribal leaders: Airstrikes blamed on Saudi-led coalition hit market and bus, killing at least 20 people

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          Yemeni tribal leaders say airstrikes in northern Yemen blamed on the Saudi-led coalition have killed at least 20 people      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Yemeni tribal leaders say airstrikes in northern Yemen blamed on the Saudi-led coalition have killed at least 20 people

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          Yemen tribal leaders say airstrikes in Yemen’s north kill 20      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemeni tribal leaders say airstrikes in northern Yemen have targeted a busy market and a bus, killing at least 20 people, including children, and wounding as many as 35. The elders blame the Saudi-led coalition waging war against Yemen’s Shiite rebels for the attack, which took place on Thursday at a […]
          Yemeni tribal leaders say airstrikes in northern Yemen blamed on the Saudi-led coalition have killed at least 20 people      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemeni tribal leaders say airstrikes in northern Yemen blamed on the Saudi-led coalition have killed at least 20 people.
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RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia says fragments of a missile fired by Yemen’s Shiite rebels into kingdom’s south have killed one civilian and wounded 11. The official Saudi Press Agency carried a statement by the Saudi-led coalition waging war against the Houthi rebels in Yemen, saying the missile was intercepted and destroyed. It […]
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Yemeni tribal leaders say airstrikes in northern Yemen have targeted a busy market and a bus, killing at least 20 people, including children, and wounding as many as 35.
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Saudi Arabia says fragments of a missile fired by Yemen's Shiite rebels into kingdom's south have killed one civilian and wounded 11.
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DUBAI: Fragments from a missile launched into Saudi Arabia from Yemen by Houthi forces killed one civilian and wounded 11, Saudi state media said on Thursday. The Houthis, an Iran-allied group that controls much of Yemen including the capital Sanaa, said it fired a missile at the Jizan Industrial ...
          Decenas de muertos y heridos en ataque contra autobús que transportaba niños en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Decenas de personas murieron o resultaron heridas este jueves en un ataque contra un autobús que transportaba niños en el norte de Yemen, anunció la representación del Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR) en este país en guerra. “Después de un ataque esta mañana contra un autobús que transportaba niños en un mercado de […]
          Dozens killed, including children, in Yemen air strikes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Air strikes killed dozens of people, including children, in Yemen's Saada, Yemeni medical sources and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Thursday.

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Air strikes killed dozens of people, including children, in Yemen's Saada, Yemeni medical sources and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Thursday.

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Attaccato un bus con a bordo bambini in Yemen: decine di vittime
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Decine di persone sono rimaste uccise o ferite in un attacco contro un bus che trasportava bambini nel nord dello Yemen. Lo ha annunciato la rappresentanza del Comitato internazionale della Croce Rossa (Cicr) in questo Paese. “Dopo un attacco questa mattina contro un bus che trasportava bambini in un mercato di Dahyan, nel nord di Saada, un ospedale sostenuto dal Cicr ha ricevuto decine di morti e di feriti”, ha indicato l’organizzazione su Twitter, senza chiarire la natura dell’attacco.

          Attack on School Bus in Northern Yemen Leaves Dozens Dead, Wounded - ICRC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The attack on a bus carrying children in Yemen's northern Saada province killed and injured dozens on Thursday, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said, calling on the conflicting sides to protect civilians.
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Ballistic missile was fired from the northern Yemeni province of Amran towards the southern Saudi city of Jizan
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An airstrike blamed on the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels in Yemen hit a bus in a busy market on Thursday in the country's north, killing at least 20 people, including children, Yemeni tribal leaders said.
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Air strikes killed dozens of people, including children, in Yemen's Saada, Yemeni medical sources and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Thursday.

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Decenas de personas han muerto o resultado heridas como consecuencia de un ataque perpetrado este jueves por la mañana contra un autobús que transportaba niños en la ciudad yemení de Saada, en la zona norte del país, ha informado el Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR).
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International Committee of the Red Cross says strike hit bus at market in Dahyan, in Sa’ada governorate

Dozens of civilians – mostly children – have been killed, and many more wounded, in an airstrike by the US-backed, Saudi-led coalition in Yemen that hit a bus in the rebel-held north of the country.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), one of the few humanitarian institutions helping civilians on the ground in the war-torn country, said that a hospital supported by the organisation has received dozens of casualties following the attack at a market in Dahyan, in the Sa’ada governorate.

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The Red Cross says many people were killed or injured in an attack on a bus carrying children.
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Zeci de oameni au fost uciși, majoritatea copii, în urma unui atac asupra unui autobuz care transporta copii în nordul Yemenului, transmite reprezentanța Comitetului Internațional al Crucii Roșii.
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At least 20 people, including children, have died after air strikes in northern Yemen targeted a busy market and a bus, Yemeni tribal leaders said.
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Air strikes killed dozens of people, including children, in Yemen's Saada, Yemeni medical sources and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Thursday.

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Air strikes killed dozens of people, including children, in Yemen's Saada, Yemeni medical sources and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Thursday.

          Airstrike on Yemen school bus kills dozens of children      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tribal leaders in Yemen have blamed Saudi-led coalition airstrikes for attacks on a school bus and a market. The Red Cross has reported dozens of dead and wounded at one of its hospitals.
           Yemen, attacco contro scuolabus: 39 bambini morti       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Almeno 39 bambini sono morti e altre 50 persone sono rimaste ferite oggi nel nord dello Yemen in seguito a raid aerei che hanno colpito uno scuolabus e un affollato mercato nella provincia di Saada:...
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At least 20 people have been killed in an airstrike which hit a bus carrying children in northern Yemen.
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Nella provincia di Saada, almeno 50 feriti
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Un hospital apoyado por la Cruz Roja recibió "docenas de muertos y heridos" después del ataque contra el vehículo que trasladaba a los menores a su paso por el mercado de la ciudad de Dahian, en el norte de Saada, dijo el organismo internacional en un mensaje en su cuenta de Twitter.

El portavoz del Ministerio de Salud del Gobierno de los hutíes en Saná, Yusef al Hadari, indicó por su parte a Efe que 39 personas murieron y 43 resultaron heridas en el ataque, según "datos preliminares".

"El bombardeo tuvo como blanco a tres autobuses", según el portavoz hutí.

Al Hadari explicó que los niños estaban de camino a un centro educativo de verano dependiente del Ministerio de Asuntos Islámicos.

El ataque aéreo tuvo lugar en la ciudad de Dahian, en la provincia de Saada, fronteriza con Arabia Saudí y principal bastión de los rebeldes hutíes.

"En Dahian hay centros sanitarios básicos. La mayor parte de los heridos están siendo transferidos a Saada (capital de la provincia), sobre todo a los hospitales públicos", que "no serán suficientes para este gran´´umero de heridos", estimó Al Hadari.

El bombardeo se produjoe horas después de que un ataque con un misil balístico lanzado desde el Yemen contra la ciudad saudí de Yazán (suroeste).

En ese ataque, registrado anoche, murió un yemení residente en Arabia Saudí y otros once resultaron heridos, según informó la coalición árabe que interviene en la guerra yemení, liderada por Riad.

La coalición árabe apoya desde 2015 al Gobierno del presidente Abdo Rabu Mansur Hadi, que se enfrenta a los rebeldes hutíes, respaldados por Irán, que controlan la capital del país, Saná. 


          Houthi missile launched into Saudi Arabia kills one      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Fragments from a missile launched into Saudi Arabia from Yemen by Houthi forces killed one civilian and wounded 11, Saudi state media said on Thursday.

          Un muerto y 11 heridos en Arabia Saudí por un misil lanzado desde el Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

  Un civil yemení murió y al menos once personas más resultaron heridas en la ciudad saudí de Yazán (suroeste) por un misil balístico lanzado […]

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          Yemen, attacco contro scuolabus: almeno 39 bambini morti      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

ROMA – Almeno 39 bambini sono morti e altre 50 persone sono rimaste ferite oggi, giovedì 9 agosto, nel nord [...]

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          Saudi-led coalition air strikes on bus carrying children in Yemen leaves 'dozens' dead      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Reported by Telegraph.co.uk 6 minutes ago.
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ROMA, 9 AGO – Almeno 39 bambini sono morti e altre 50 persone sono rimaste ferite oggi nel nord dello Yemen in seguito a raid aerei che hanno colpito uno scuolabus e un affollato mercato nella provincia di Saada: lo riportano i media internazionali. L’attacco, secondo leader tribali locali, è stato sferrato dalla coalizione a […]
          Saudi jets attacks bus carrying children, leave 43 civilians dead      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Press TV – Dozens of civilians have lost their lives and dozens more sustained injuries as Saudi warplanes targeted a bus carrying children in Yemen’s northwestern province of Sa’ada. The...
          Yemen tribal leaders: Airstrikes in country's north kill 20      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Airstrikes blamed on a Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels in Yemen hit a busy market and a bus on Thursday in the country's north, killing at least 20 people, including children, Yemeni tribal leaders said on Thursday.
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Saudi-led coalition air strikes on Thursday killed dozens of people, including children traveling on a bus, in Yemen's Saada province, Yemeni medical sources and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

          Saudi-led coalition says Saada air strikes targeted missile launchers -SPA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthi group in Yemen said its air strikes in Saada on Thursday were aimed at missile launchers used to attack Jizan industrial city in southern Saudi Arabia, a statement carried by state news agency SPA said.

           UPDATE Yemen: Atac mpotriva unui autobuz care transporta copii, zeci de morți și răniți      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zeci de persoane au fost ucise joi în urma unui atac împotriva unui autobuz care transporta copii în nordul Yemenului, a anuntat reprezentanța Comitetului Internațional al Crucii Roșii (CICR) în această țară devastată de război, scrie AFP.
          CHINAS CHRISTIANS FACE TEST OF FAITH.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
JEWISH KING JESUS IS COMING AT THE RAPTURE FOR US IN THE CLOUDS-DON'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.THE BIBLE TAKEN LITERALLY- WHEN THE PLAIN SENSE MAKES GOOD SENSE-SEEK NO OTHER SENSE-LEST YOU END UP IN NONSENSE.GET SAVED NOW- CALL ON JESUS TODAY.THE ONLY SAVIOR OF THE WHOLE EARTH - NO OTHER. 1 COR 15:23-JESUS THE FIRST FRUITS-CHRISTIANS RAPTURED TO JESUS-FIRST FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT-23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.ROMANS 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.(THE PRE-TRIB RAPTURE)

LUKE 21:28-29
28 And when these things begin to come to pass,(ALL THE PROPHECY SIGNS FROM THE BIBLE) then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption (RAPTURE) draweth nigh.
29 And he spake to them a parable; Behold the fig tree,(ISRAEL) and all the trees;(ALL INDEPENDENT COUNTRIES)
30 When they now shoot forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand.(ISRAEL LITERALLY BECAME AND INDEPENDENT COUNTRY JUST BEFORE SUMMER IN MAY 14,1948.)

JOEL 2:3,30
3 A fire devoureth (ATOMIC BOMB) before them;(RUSSIAN-ARAB-MUSLIM ARMIES AGAINST ISRAEL) and behind them a flame burneth: the land is as the garden of Eden before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; yea, and nothing shall escape them.
30 And I will shew wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke.(ATOMIC BOMB AFFECT)

ZECHARIAH 14:12-13
12 And this shall be the plague wherewith the LORD will smite all the people that have fought against Jerusalem; Their flesh shall consume away while they stand upon their feet,(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB) and their eyes shall consume away in their holes,(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB) and their tongue shall consume away in their mouth.(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB)(BECAUSE NUKES HAVE BEEN USED ON ISRAELS ENEMIES)(GOD PROTECTS ISRAEL AND ALWAYS WILL)
13 And it shall come to pass in that day, that a great tumult from the LORD shall be among them; and they shall lay hold every one on the hand of his neighbour, and his hand shall rise up against the hand of his neighbour.(1/2-3 BILLION DIE IN WW3)(THIS IS AN ATOMIC BOMB EFFECT)

EZEKIEL 20:47
47 And say to the forest of the south, Hear the word of the LORD; Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I will kindle a fire in thee, and it shall devour every green tree in thee, and every dry tree: the flaming flame shall not be quenched, and all faces from the south to the north shall be burned therein.

ZEPHANIAH 1:18
18 Neither their silver nor their gold shall be able to deliver them in the day of the LORD'S wrath; but the whole land shall be devoured by the fire of his jealousy: for he shall make even a speedy riddance of all them that dwell in the land.

MALACHI 4:1
1 For, behold, the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven;(FROM ATOMIC BOMBS) and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble: and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the LORD of hosts, that it shall leave them neither root nor branch.

And here are the bounderies of the land that Israel will inherit either through war or peace or God in the future. God says its Israels land and only Israels land. They will have every inch God promised them of this land in the future.
Egypt east of the Nile River, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, The southern part of Turkey and the Western Half of Iraq west of the Euphrates. Gen 13:14-15, Psm 105:9,11, Gen 15:18, Exe 23:31, Num 34:1-12, Josh 1:4.ALL THIS LAND ISRAEL WILL DEFINATELY OWN IN THE FUTURE, ITS ISRAELS NOT ISHMAELS LAND.12 TRIBES INHERIT LAND IN THE FUTURE

Top Middle East intel official says Mossad behind killing of Syrian rocket chief-New York Times quotes senior figure from intelligence agency in the region; Israeli cabinet minister refuses to comment on report but says it's a 'good thing' Aziz Azbar is dead-By TOI staff and Agencies-AUG 8,18

A senior official from a Middle East intelligence agency has pointed the finger at Israel’s Mossad for the killing of  a top Syrian chemical weapons and rocket scientist over the weekend, The New York Times reported Tuesday, reinforcing accusations from Syria.Aziz Azbar was killed when his car exploded in the northern city of Masyaf late Saturday night. The unnamed official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the paper  that Israel was behind the attack and said his own intelligence agency had been informed of the Israeli operation.A senior Israeli government official declined to comment on the report Tuesday, but noted it was “a good thing” that Azbar was dead.A pro-government Syrian paper on Sunday had accused the Mossad of being behind the hit. Azbar’s driver was also killed in the blast.According to the report, Israel believed that Azbar was leading a classified weapons development program called Sector 4 at the Syrian Scientific Studies and Research Center, and was busy re-building an underground weapons factory to replace the one said destroyed by Israel last year.Azbar was working alongside Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani, the commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ elite al-Quds Force and enjoyed high-level access to both the Syrian and Iranian governments, the New York Times said.Azbar and his team were working to begin mass-producing precision-guided missiles by retrofitting SM600 Tishreen rockets. They were also working on a solid-fuel plant for missiles and rockets, a safer alternative to liquid fuel, the report said. The Tishreen is a Syrian version of the Iranian Fateh-110, a missile with a range of 200 kilomenters (125 miles.) On Sunday the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the Syria war through local contacts, also reported Azbar’s death. It said he specialized in developing rocket systems at the center’s Masyaf facility in Hama.Israel’s Hadashot TV news said Sunday night he was in charge of a project improving the range and accuracy of the regime’s Scud missiles. Reports have also indicated an Iranian missile operation at the site.The intelligence official also told The New York Times that Azbar had for years been active in the Assad regime’s chemical-weapons production program and was also involved in coordinating Iranian and Hezbollah activities in Syria.The Scientific Research and Studies Center in Masyaf, also known by its French acronym CERS, has long been associated with chemical weapons production, and was the target of a number of airstrikes attributed to Israel. An alleged Israeli strike on the site in April reportedly killed a number of Iranian soldiers.The official quoted in The New York Times Tuesday said that Israel had been tracking Azbar for years, and had wanted to assassinate him over his prominent role in Syria’s weapons program even before the outbreak of the Syrian civil war in 2011. He said it was the fourth time in three years the Mossad has assassinated an enemy weapons engineer in a foreign country.Israel has been blamed for the killing of several scientists in recent years, including two Hamas engineers in the last 18 months.A Hamas rocket scientist was shot dead by gunmen in Malaysia in April and a drone engineer was killed in Tunisia in December 2016. Hamas blamed the Mossad for both deaths.Israel does not usually comment on reports of its alleged military operations in Syria but has repeatedly warned it would work to keep advanced weapons out of Hezbollah terrorists’ hands and has vowed to stop Iran establishing a military presence in the country.On Tuesday, Gilad Erdan who heads the Public Security and Strategic Affairs ministries declined to comment on Israel’s involvement in Azbar’s killing, but said it was “a good thing” that he was dead.“We obviously do not comment on these kinds of reports — neither confirming nor denying them — but we can talk about the man himself, who was responsible for putting high quality weapons in the hands of some bad people, and so we can say that the fact he is no longer with us is a good thing,” he told Israel Radio when asked about the New York Times report.Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Sunday sought to downplay the possibility of Israeli involvement.“Every day in the Middle East there are hundreds of explosions and settling of scores. Every time they try to place the blame on us. So we won’t take this too seriously,” he told Hadashot News.An insurgent group calling itself the Abu Amara Brigades claimed responsibility for the operation. The group has previously claimed attacks targeting officials and militia commanders inside government territory.In April 2017, the Trump administration placed sanctions on hundreds of CERS employees following a chemical attack on the Syrian rebel-held city of Khan Sheikhoun that killed dozens of civilians, including children.Another CERS facility near Damascus was bombed by US, British and French forces in April after another chemical attack.The Syrian regime has been accused of dozens of gas attacks that have killed hundreds of civilians during the war, even after it said it was giving up its stockpile.

Israeli minister says ‘good chance’ Iran will renegotiate nuclear deal-Gilad Erdan slams 'morally bankrupt' EU for trying to salvage accord; Israeli intelligence community said optimistic that new sanctions will force major change in Tehran-By TOI staff-AUG 8,18

Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan on Tuesday praised the US for reimposing tough sanctions on Iran that brought back into effect the harsh penalties lifted under the Iran nuclear deal.“It would be better if the Iranian regime would disappear entirely from this world, but it would also be a blessing to see Obama’s bad nuclear agreement replaced with a better one,” he told Israel Radio. US President Donald Trump abandoned the deal in May.“In my opinion, there is a good chance of that,” said Erdan, who also heads the Strategic Affairs Ministry. “We can already see positive results from what Trump did.”Erdan criticized the European Union for trying to salvage the deal by ensuring that economic benefits guaranteed under the 2015 accord continue to flow to the country.“The EU is morally bankrupt, and we need to remember that next time they try to lecture us,” Erdan said. The EU, along with China, Russia, France, Germany and the UK, was also a signatory to the deal and has not withdrawn.In Israel, the reimposition of US sanctions was lauded as a historic turning point that could ultimately lead to the Islamic Republic’s downfall.On Tuesday, Israel Radio quoted an unnamed senior official who said the Israeli intelligence community was optimistic the sanctions would lead to major changes in Iran and force Tehran to renegotiate the deal.“We would like to see a change in policy, but there is no way of knowing how long that will take,” the official said.“The only hammer available right now is economic, and using that, there is a good change Iran will fall to its knees,” he said. “Right now Iran is weak and hysterical.”The new sanctions on Iran took effect just after midnight in Washington on Tuesday as part of Trump’s withdrawal from the international accord designed to limit Iran’s nuclear program.Trump signed an executive order restoring the penalties on Monday, which he said would put “maximum economic pressure” on the country. The sanctions affect financial transactions that involve US dollars, Iran’s automotive sector, the purchase of commercial planes and metals including gold.A second batch of US sanctions targeting Iran’s oil sector and central bank are to be reimposed in early November.Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Trump for ratcheting up pressure on the Islamic Republic, and called on European nations to follow his lead.“It symbolizes the determination to curb Iran’s regional aggression and its ongoing plans to arm itself with nuclear weapons,” Netanyahu said in a video released Monday.On Monday, the European Union’s diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini said the bloc, as well as Britain, France and Germany, deeply regretted Washington’s move.“We are determined to protect European economic operators engaged in legitimate business with Iran,” she said in a statement.Many large European firms are leaving Iran for fear of US penalties, and Trump warned of “severe consequences” against firms and individuals that continued to do business with Iran.The impact of the return of sanctions has ramped up tensions inside Iran, which has seen days of protests and strikes in multiple towns and cities over water shortages, high prices and wider anger at the political system.Severe reporting restrictions have made it impossible to verify the swirl of claims coming through social media.Agencies contributed to this report.

Fresh US sanctions on Iran kick in as clock hits midnight-Reimposition of economic restrictions as part of Trump's withdrawal from nuclear deal met with cheers in Jerusalem, jeers in Tehran and Europe-By TOI staff-AUG 8,18

New US sanctions on Iran took effect just after midnight in Washington on Tuesday as part of President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the international accord meant to limit the Iranian nuclear program.On Monday, Trump signed an executive order restoring sanctions on Iran, which he said would would put “maximum economic pressure” on the country. He also held out hope for new negotiations between Iran and the United States that would result in another, more wide-ranging, accord.The new sanctions target Iran’s automotive sector and trade in gold and precious metals. They come ahead of even more biting sanctions set to be introduced on November 5 against the country’s energy and banking sectors.While cheered by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other senior Israeli officials, the reimposition of US sanctions was bemoaned by the nuclear deal’s European signatories and the EU, who defended the accord and vowed to protect European firms from US economic penalties.In a White House statement announcing the sanctions, Trump repeated his criticisms of the deal, and argued that Iran’s behavior since the pact was implemented has vindicated his long-held position.“The JCPOA, a horrible, one-sided deal, failed to achieve the fundamental objective of blocking all paths to an Iranian nuclear bomb, and it threw a lifeline of cash to a murderous dictatorship that has continued to spread bloodshed, violence, and chaos,” Trump said.“Since the deal was reached, Iran’s aggression has only increased. The regime has used the windfall of newly accessible funds it received under the JCPOA to build nuclear-capable missiles, fund terrorism, and fuel conflict across the Middle East and beyond.”Following Trump’s announced US departure from the deal in May, the White House has, through 17 rounds, sanctioned 38 Iran-related targets.The objective, the administration has indicated, is to change Iranian behavior.“Reimposition of nuclear-related sanctions through today’s actions further intensifies pressure on Tehran to change its conduct,” Trump said Monday.In May, Trump withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal forged under the Obama administration and with five other world powers, a move that set in motion a renewal of sanctions against Iran that had been removed once the landmark accord was implemented in January 2016.In Israel, the reimposition of US sanctions was lauded as a historic turning point that could ultimately lead to the Islamic Republic’s downfall, with senior officials calling on other countries to follow suit.“It symbolizes the determination to curb Iran’s regional aggression and its ongoing plans to arm itself with nuclear weapons,” said Netanyahu in a video released Monday, moments after Trump signed new sanctions into law.Jerusalem’s warm embrace of the US sanctions in Iran stood in stark contrast to the European Union, which said it would move to protect countries that remain in Iran.“We deeply regret the re-imposition of sanctions by the US, due to the latter’s withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA),” the union’s foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, and the foreign ministers of the UK, France and Germany said in a joint statement, using the nuclear deal’s technical name.“The JCPOA is working and delivering on its goal, namely to ensure that the Iranian program remains exclusively peaceful,” the statement went on. “It is a key element of the global nuclear non-proliferation architecture, crucial for the security of Europe, the region, and the entire world.”The European Commission vowed to oppose the new US sanctions regime, updating its so-called Blocking Statute that is aimed at “sustaining trade and economic relations between the EU and Iran.”In Tehran, President Hassan Rouhani rejected Trump’s call for renewed negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program, saying it was a statement intended only for American audiences and to foment chaos in Iran.In a televised interview, he said “Negotiations with sanctions doesn’t make sense. They are imposing sanctions on Iranian children, patients and the nation.” He was referring to fears that essential supplies such as medicines would be affected when sanctions return.He said Iran had “always welcomed negotiations,” but that Washington would first have to demonstrate it can be trusted.“If you’re an enemy and you stab the other person with a knife and then you say you want negotiations, then the first thing you have to do is remove the knife.”“How do they show they are trustworthy? By returning to the JCPOA,” he said, using the technical name for the 2015 nuclear deal.Rouhani fell back on the rhetoric of many of his predecessors by referencing the 1953 CIA-backed coup that overthrew Iran’s elected prime minister and cemented the shah’s rule.“I have no pre-conditions” for negotiating with America “if the US government is ready to negotiate about paying compensation to the Iranian nation from 1953 until now,” Rouhani said. “The US owes the Iranian nation for its intervention in Iran.Two weeks ago, Trump indicated that he was willing to meet with Iran’s leaders at any time and without any preconditions.“I would certainly meet with Iran if they’re ready to meet,” Trump said during a White House press conference, adding that he was willing to do so with “no preconditions.”The week before, Trump tweeted at Rouhani that Iran would “suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before,” in a dramatic all-caps tweet.To Iranian President Rouhani: NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN OR YOU WILL SUFFER CONSEQUENCES THE LIKES OF WHICH FEW THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAVE EVER SUFFERED BEFORE. WE ARE NO LONGER A COUNTRY THAT WILL STAND FOR YOUR DEMENTED WORDS OF VIOLENCE & DEATH. BE CAUTIOUS!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 23, 2018-His tweet was ostensibly a response to a speech Rouhani gave the night before in which he threatened that the United States would experience the “mother of all wars” if it entered into an armed confrontation with Iran.Agencies contributed to this report.

2 officers dismissed from elite army unit after training accidents-After 2 Maglan soldiers injured in separate incidents, IDF says it is 'unacceptable and unprofessional to unnecessarily endanger' troops during training-By TOI staff-AUG 8,18

The Israel Defense Forces announced on Monday the dismissal of two officers from an elite commando unit following a pair of recent training accidents in which soldiers were injured.Additionally, the commander of the platoon in which the officers served was reprimanded, the IDF said in a statement summarizing the investigation into the incidents led by Brig. Gen. Yaron Finkelman, head of the 98th Paratroopers Division.In one of the instances, a soldier from the Maglan unit was seriously injured during a training exercise while jumping from a moving vehicle into a thorn bush, according to the army.The soldier’s commander, who the army named only as First Lieutenant Y., was removed as a result of the incident. Finkelman also ordered a halt to all training exercises in the Commando Brigade until the investigation’s recommendations are implemented and the unit’s training files are reviewed.“The division commander determined this action was improper, unprofessional, immoral, dangerous and unnecessary,” the IDF said.In the second incident a soldier was moderately wounded during Krav Maga exercises but did not receive medical treatment immediately after. The army said the injury occurred during a Krav Maga demonstration in which protective equipment was not used.The IDF said the soldier’s commander, First Lieutenant G., was removed for “acting erroneously during the [Krav Maga] training and acted negligently by not sending the soldier for treatment.”Krav Maga exercises have been put on hold in the Commando Brigade until commanders and instructors undergo a “refresher” of the training commands, the army said. New mechanisms for oversight and approval of Krav Maga training in the brigade will also be introduced, the IDF added.The army said the findings of the investigation would be given to the Military Advocate General to decide whether to open a Military Police investigation. It also said commanders were in touch with the families of the injured soldiers.“The IDF takes risks in the face of the enemy as required to fulfill its operational duties,” the army said. “It is unacceptable and unprofessional to unnecessarily endanger soldiers during training and routine activities.”Parents of soldiers in the unit claimed to the Ynet news site earlier this week that routine training for the soldiers regularly crossed the threshold into violence. They also complained of the secrecy surrounding the activities of the unit, and said they relied on the officers and commanders to keep their children safe.Maglan is a special elite unit that operates behind enemy lines. The unit’s 18 months of training is among the most strenuous in the IDF.

EARTH DESTROYED WITH THE EARTH IN NOAHS DAY(BECAUSE OF SIN,VIOLENCE AND GODLESS PEOPLE)

GENESIS 6:11-13
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

HOSEA 4:1-3
1 Hear the word of the LORD, ye children of Israel: for the LORD hath a controversy with the inhabitants of the land, because there is no truth, nor mercy, nor knowledge of God in the land.
2 By swearing, and lying, and killing, and stealing, and committing adultery, they break out, and blood toucheth blood.
3 Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.

DEUTORONOMY 28:22-24
22  The LORD shall smite thee with a consumption, and with a fever, and with an inflammation, and with an extreme burning, and with the sword, and with blasting, and with mildew; and they shall pursue thee until thou perish.
23  And thy heaven that is over thy head shall be brass, and the earth that is under thee shall be iron.
24  The LORD shall make the rain of thy land powder and dust: from heaven shall it come down upon thee, until thou be destroyed.

STORMS HURRICANES-TORNADOES

LUKE 21:25-26
25 And there shall be signs in the sun,(HEATING UP-SOLAR ECLIPSES) and in the moon,(MAN ON MOON-LUNAR ECLIPSES) and in the stars;(ASTEROIDS ETC) and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity;(MASS CONFUSION) the sea and the waves roaring;(FIERCE WINDS)
26 Men’s hearts failing them for fear,(TORNADOES,HURRICANES,STORMS) and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth:(DESTRUCTION) for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.(FROM QUAKES,NUKES ETC)

THE FIRST JUDGEMENT OF THE EARTH STARTED WITH WATER-IT ONLY MAKES SENSE THE LAST GENERATION WILL BE HAVING FLOODING
GENESIS 7:6-12
6 And Noah was six hundred years old when the flood of waters was upon the earth.
7 And Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife, and his sons’ wives with him, into the ark, because of the waters of the flood.
8 Of clean beasts, and of beasts that are not clean, and of fowls, and of every thing that creepeth upon the earth,
9 There went in two and two unto Noah into the ark, the male and the female, as God had commanded Noah.
10 And it came to pass after seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon the earth.
11 In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.
12 And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights.
GOD PROMISED BY A RAINBOW-THE EARTH WOULD NEVER BE DESTROYED TOTALLY WITH A FLOOD AGAIN.BUT FLOODIING IS A SIGN OF JUDGEMENT.

FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS

REVELATION 8:7
7 The first angel sounded, and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.

Firefighters battling 122 active forest fires across northern Ontario-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-August 8, 2018

TORONTO — There was little rest for firefighters in northern Ontario during the long weekend as they continued battling flames on numerous fire lines.The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources says there were 122 active fires as of Monday night, including 78 in the northwest region and 44 in the northeast.Eighteen fires in the northeast and seven in the northwest were classified as out of control.The largest fire in the northeast, "Parry Sound 33," covers about 113 square kilometres and remains out of control. Officials say "extremely dry fuel conditions remain" despite the area receiving about 10 millimetres of rain on Monday.An evacuation order for residents of several communities in the French River area remain in effect and numerous travel restrictions remain in force.Another large fire dubbed "North Bay 72" about 30 kilometres west of Temiskaming Shores remains out of control. That blaze began on July 8 and was being held at about 272 square kilometres.The ministry says there have been 918 forest fires so far this year compared to 354 in 2017.The Canadian Press.

Health care workers ask Tories to stop repeal of sex-ed curriculum-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-August 8, 2018

TORONTO — Nearly 1,800 health-care workers from across the province are asking the Tory government to stop plans to repeal and replace Ontario's modernized sex-ed curriculum.The group of doctors, nurses and social workers signed a petition that was delivered to the provincial legislature today by NDP Leader Andrea Horwath.Premier Doug Ford had long promised to scrap the sex-ed curriculum updated by his Liberal predecessors, and has said the government will engage in a province-wide consultation to create a new lesson plan.The government has said teachers will use a 1998 version of the curriculum this fall as those consultations are underway.The group of health-care workers who signed the petition says repealing the curriculum will put children's safety and mental health at risk by providing them with outdated information.In addition to individual workers, groups including the Registered Nurses of Ontario, the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Ontario Association of Social Workers have signed the petition.The Canadian Press.

Largest wildfire in California history to burn for rest of August-[Reuters]-YAHOONEWS-By Dan Whitcomb-August 8, 2018

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California's biggest wildfire on record was expected to burn for the rest of the month, fire officials said on Tuesday, as hot and windy conditions challenged thousands of fire crews battling eight major blazes burning out of control across the state.The Mendocino Complex grew to span 290,692 acres (117,639 hectares) by Tuesday morning, with barely a third of it contained since two wildfires merged at the southern tip of the Mendocino National Forest, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) said.It is the largest of eight major fires burning out of control across California, prompting U.S. President Donald Trump to declare a "major disaster" in the state.The size of the fire has surpassed that of last year's Thomas Fire, which burned 281,893 acres in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties and destroyed more than 1,000 structures.Nearly half of the ten largest California wildfires on record occurred in the last decade.The Mendocino Complex has burnt 75 homes and forced the evacuation of thousands of people. Fire officials had hoped to extinguish the fire by mid-August, but pushed that date to early September on Tuesday.Temperatures could reach 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43 Celsius) in Northern California over the next few days, with gusty winds fanning the flames of the complex, a National Weather Service meteorologist said.The 3,900 personnel battling the Mendocino Complex on Monday were focusing on keeping flames from breaking through fire lines on a ridge above the foothill communities of Nice, Lucerne, Glen Haven, and Clearlake Oaks, said Tricia Austin, a spokeswoman for Cal Fire.Elsewhere in California, evacuations were ordered for cabins in Cleveland National Forest's canyons in Orange County on Monday afternoon, after a blaze broke out to quickly engulf 700 acres (283 hectares).The Carr Fire, which has torched 167,000 acres in the scenic Shasta-Trinity region north of Sacramento since breaking out on July 23, was 47 percent contained.The Carr Fire has been blamed for seven deaths, including that of a 21-year-old Pacific Gas and Electric Company lineman Jay Ayeta. The company said on Sunday he was killed in a vehicle crash as he worked with crews in dangerous terrain."California wildfires are being magnified and made so much worse by the bad environmental laws which aren't allowing massive amount of readily available water to be properly utilized," Trump wrote on Twitter, without providing supporting evidence.A Cal Fire spokesman declined to comment on Trump's claims but said crews did not lack water to fight the flames.Environmental activists and some politicians say the intensity of the state's wildfire season could be linked in part to climate change.(Additional reporting by Brendan O'Brien in Milwaukee; Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky and Bernadette Baum)

WORLD POWERS IN THE LAST DAYS (END OF AGE OF GRACE NOT THE WORLD)

EUROPEAN UNION-KING OF WEST-DAN 9:26-27,DAN 7:23-24,DAN 11:40,REV 13:1-10
EGYPT-KING OF THE SOUTH-DAN 11:40
RUSSIA-KING OF THE NORTH-EZEK 38:1-2,EZEK 39:1-3
CHINA-KING OF THE EAST-DAN 11:44,REV 9:16,18
VATICAN-RELIGIOUS LEADER-REV 13:11-18,REV 17:4-5,9,18

WORLD TERRORISM

OH BY THE WAY WHEN THE MEDIA SAYS ALLU-AK-BAR MEANS GOD IS GREAT LIE. IN ISLAM ALLU-AK-BAR MEANS OUR GOD IS GREATER OR GREATEST. THIS IS HOW THE MEDIA SUCK HOLES UP TO ISLAMIC-QURANIC-MUSLIMS. BY WATERING DOWN THE REAL MEANING OF THE SEX FOR MURDER DEATH CULT ISLAM. TO MAKE IT SOUND LIKE A PEACEFUL RELIGION (CULT OF DEATH AND WORLD DOMINATION).

GENESIS 6:11-13
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

GENESIS 16:11-12
11 And the angel of the LORD said unto her,(HAGAR) Behold, thou art with child, and shalt bear a son, and shalt call his name Ishmael;(FATHER OF THE ARAB/MUSLIMS) because the LORD hath heard thy affliction.
12 And he (ISHMAEL-FATHER OF THE ARAB-MUSLIMS) will be a wild (DONKEY-JACKASS) man;(ISLAM IS A FAKE AND DANGEROUS SEX FOR MURDER CULT) his hand will be against every man,(ISLAM HATES EVERYONE) and every man's hand against him;(PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM BEING BEHEADED) and he (ISHMAEL ARAB/MUSLIM) shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.(LITERAL-THE ARABS LIVE WITH THEIR BRETHERN JEWS)

ISAIAH 14:12-14
12  How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer,(SATAN) son of the morning!(HEBREW-CRECENT MOON-ISLAM) how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
13  For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
14  I (SATAN HAS EYE TROUBLES) will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.(AND 1/3RD OF THE ANGELS OF HEAVEN FELL WITH SATAN AND BECAME DEMONS)

JOHN 16:2
2 They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time cometh, that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service.(ISLAM MURDERS IN THE NAME OF MOON GOD ALLAH OF ISLAM)

Amnesty International calls for united front against Saudi Arabia-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-August 8, 2018

MONTREAL — Amnesty International says the global community should form a united front with Canada and speak out to protect two recently arrested women, including the sister of jailed blogger Raif Badawi.Genevieve Paul, the director of Amnesty's francophone branch, points out that pressure is put on the Saudi government when news of such arrests becomes public."I don't think it will worsen the situation because very often when we make evident unjust imprisonments, like the case of Samar Badawi, that increases their protection and increases pressure on the government," she said in an interview Monday.Amnesty International has said Badawi's sister was recently detained along with Nassima al-Sada, another prominent female activist.Paul pointed to the case of Raif Badawi as an example of how putting international pressure on the Saudis can have an impact."He was sentenced to 1,000 lashes and 10 years in prison, he received 50 lashes in 2015 and he could receive others, but he hasn't," she said."We do believe that this is because of continuous pressure and visibility on Raif's case so we're really hoping that more states speak out on Samar Badawi and all other activists."Paul stressed the situation is worse when the government does what it wants in secret and is not singled out for alleged human rights violations. "Clearly the aggressive reaction of the Saudi government shows that it's been disturbed," she added.Saudi Arabia said Sunday it was ordering Canada's ambassador to leave the country and freezing all new trade and investment transactions with Canada in a spat over human rights.The Islamic Kingdom made the decision in retaliation to a Global Affairs Canada's tweet that expressed concerns about the arrests of civil society and women's rights activists in the country, such as Samar Badawi.Paul said the Saudi government knows there are serious human rights violations in the country."It shows the real colours of the regime, and the international community should toughen its tone against the Saudi government," she said.The Amnesty spokeswoman noted a ban on women drivers was lifted in June, but that a number of activists who campaigned for the right to drive were arrested and face up to 20 years in prison."That's proof there's double talk, it's proof that there is no real reform in the country," she said. "On the contrary, the repression has intensified." She reiterated that Ottawa should suspend the sale of armoured vehicles to the Saudis, claiming that Amnesty still has strong reasons to believe they are being used in Yemen to commit serious human rights violations."We've been saying that without a serious human rights evaluation, we should not be transferring any military aid, any arms to Saudi Arabia," Paul said.Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Monday the Canadian government will continue to raise its voice and defend human rights."We will always speak up for human rights, we will always speak up for women's rights around the world," she told reporters in Vancouver. "The most important thing for us is the life and the living conditions of activists."Ensaf Haidar, Raif Badawi's wife, who lives in Quebec with her three children, said Monday she was surprised when she heard about the two new arrests.Haidar and her children became Canadian citizens on Canada Day.Freeland also said Haidar and her family merit special attention from the government of Canada, adding, "a lot of Canadian civil society has been speaking up for her.""It's something that we do," Freeland said. "We stand up for Canadians and their families around the world."Peter Rakobowchuk , The Canadian Press.

For God or party? China's Christians face test of faith-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-August 8, 2018

NANYANG, China — The 62-year-old Chinese shopkeeper had waited nearly his entire adult life to see his dream of building a church come true — a brick house with a sunny courtyard and spacious hall with room for 200 believers.But in March, about a dozen police officers and local officials suddenly showed up at the church on his property and made the frightened congregants disperse. They ordered that the cross, a painting of the Last Supper and Bible verse calligraphy be taken down. And they demanded that all services stop until each person, along with the church itself, was registered with the government, said the shopkeeper, Guo.Without warning, Guo and his neighbours in China's Christian heartland province of Henan had found themselves on the front lines of an ambitious new effort by the officially atheist ruling Communist Party to dictate — and in some cases displace — the practice of faith in the country."I've always prayed for our country's leaders, for our country to get stronger," said Guo, who gave only his last name out of fear of government retribution. "They were never this severe before, not since I started going to church in the 80's. Why are they telling us to stop now?"Under President Xi Jinping, China's most powerful leader since Mao Zedong, believers are seeing their freedoms shrink dramatically even as the country undergoes a religious revival. Experts and activists say that as he consolidates his power, Xi is waging the most severe systematic suppression of Christianity in the country since religious freedom was written into the Chinese constitution in 1982.The crackdown on Christianity is part of a broader push by Xi to "Sinicize" all the nation's religions by infusing them with "Chinese characteristics" such as loyalty to the Communist Party. Islamic crescents and domes have been stripped from mosques, and a campaign launched to "re-educate" tens of thousands of Uighur Muslims. Tibetan children have been moved from Buddhist temples to schools and banned from religious activities during their summer holidays, state-run media report.This spring, a five-year plan to "Sinicize" Christianity in particular was introduced, along with new rules on religious affairs. Over the last several months, local governments across the country have shut down hundreds of private Christian "house churches." A statement last week from 47 in Beijing alone said they had faced "unprecedented" harassment since February.Authorities have also seized Bibles, while major e-commerce retailers JD.com and Taobao pulled them off their sites. Children and party members are banned from churches in some areas, and at least one township has encouraged Christians to replace posters of Jesus with portraits of Xi. Some Christians have resorted to holding services in secret.A dozen Chinese Protestants interviewed by the Associated Press described gatherings that were raided, interrogations and surveillance, and one pastor said hundreds of his congregants were questioned individually about their faith. Like Guo, the majority requested that their names be partly or fully withheld because they feared punishment from authorities. After reporters visited Henan in June, some interviewees said they were contacted by police or local officials who urged them not to discuss any new measures around Christianity.The party has long been wary of Christianity because of its affiliation with Western political values. Several Chinese human rights lawyers jailed for their work, including Jiang Tianyong and Li Heping, are outspoken Christians. So too are many Hong Kong pro-democracy activists, not least among them 2014 protest leader Joshua Wong."Chinese leaders have always been suspicious of the political challenge or threat that Christianity poses to the Communist regime," said Xi Lian, a scholar of Christianity in China at Duke University. "Under Xi, this fear of Western infiltration has intensified and gained a prominence that we haven't seen for a long time."___Guo, who keeps a small storefront selling ornate doors in a riverside district, once had eyesight so poor that he could not distinguish the sky from the earth. But after finding God at 27 years old, he made a seemingly miraculous recovery that he attributes to his faith.For decades, he, like many Christians in China, shuttled from one unregistered house church to another, where folding chairs served as pews and coffee tables as lecterns. Two years ago, he and 10 other Christians pooled their money to erect a permanent church on his property.They are part of what experts describe as a spiritual awakening in China.The number of Chinese believers of all faiths has doubled in two decades to an estimated 200 million, by official count, as the hold of the Communist party has weakened. Among them are an estimated 67 million Christians, including Catholics — a number that is expected to swell to become the world's largest Christian population in a matter of decades. This rapid growth has reinvigorated the party's longtime mission to domesticate a religion traditionally aligned with the West.Historians believe that Christianity was known to China as early as the seventh century, and was later propagated by Jesuit missionaries starting in the 1500s. In recent decades the religion has faced by turns heavy persecution and tacit acceptance.During the Cultural Revolution, when Mao sought to eradicate all religions, Christians were jailed, tortured and publicly humiliated. But they survived by operating covertly and grew steadily in number after Mao's death in 1976, when a populace disillusioned with the Communist Party began to seek moral guidance elsewhere.Chinese Christians say the Bible gives them a sense of right versus wrong and the strength to endure in a country where power often trumps justice. While China's rapid growth has brought prosperity to many, others despair at what they see as a deterioration of public morals. The deaths of children in scandals involving tainted infant formula and shoddily-built schools in recent years have led to the sense that modern China was in the midst of an ethical crisis."After the 'collapse' of communist ideology, no value system has been in place to fill the spiritual vacuum," said writer Zhang Lijia. "China has witnessed a religious revival in recent decades precisely because of this vacuum and relaxed control."Officials once largely tolerated the unregistered Protestant house churches that sprang up independent of the official Christian Council, clamping down on some while allowing others to grow. But this year they have taken a tougher approach that relies partly on "thought reform" — a phrase for political indoctrination. Last November, Christian residents of a rural township in southeast Jiangxi province were persuaded to replace posters of the cross and Jesus Christ inside their homes with portraits of Xi, a local official said."Through our thought reform, they've voluntarily done it," Qi Yan, a member of the township party committee, told the AP by phone. "The move is aimed at Christian families in poverty, and we educated them to believe in science and not in superstition, making them believe in the party."The poster campaign appears to symbolize what analysts see as the underlying force driving the change in the party's approach to religion: the ascendance of Xi."Xi is a closet Maoist — he is very anxious about thought control," said Willy Lam, a Chinese politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. "He definitely does not want people to be faithful members of the church, because then people would profess their allegiance to the church rather than to the party, or more exactly, to Xi himself."Various state and local officials declined repeated requests to comment. But in 2016, Xi explicitly warned against the perceived foreign threats tied to faith, telling a religion conference: "We must resolutely guard against overseas infiltrations via religious means." And in April, the religious affairs department published an article saying that churches must endorse the party's leadership as part of "Sinicization.""Only Sinicized churches can obtain God's love," the article stated.The government is even cracking down on Christians more aggressively through legal means. In March, a prominent Chinese house church leader with US permanent residency was sentenced to seven years in prison after he built Christian schools in Myanmar. And half a dozen Christians were sentenced last month to up to 13 years in jail for involvement in a "cult," according to U.S.-based Christian non-profit ChinaAid.The pressure has pushed several dozen pastors and their families to flee to the United States in recent years, ChinaAid says. The wife of one pastor under house arrest left for Midland, Texas about a year ago, after authorities warned that their children might have trouble getting an education in China. She said members of their church in China were barred from being baptized, and even a simple Christmas service was interrupted."The government says that we have religious freedom, but really there is no freedom at all," said the pastor's wife, who asked to remain anonymous for her husband's safety. "Many of our Christian brothers and sisters are upset and fearful."Those who resist pay the price.After Jin Mingri, a prominent pastor who leads Zion Church in Beijing, refused local authorities' request to install surveillance cameras inside his house church, police individually questioned hundreds of members of the 1,500-person congregation, he said. The congregants faced veiled threats, Jin said, and many were asked to sign a pledge promising to leave Zion, which the government agents called illegal, politically incorrect and a cult. Some people lost their jobs or were evicted from rented apartments because police intimidated their bosses and landlords.For 11 years, the church has been housed on one floor of an office building, but the property management informed Jin in May that they would have to move out at the end of the summer. Jin said the management admitted to being influenced by external "pressures.""A lot of our flock are terrified by the pressure that the government is putting on them," he said. "It's painful to think that in our own country's capital, we must pay so dearly just to practice our faith."__At the epicenter of the drive to control the Christian community in China is Henan, the cradle of Chinese civilization and the entry point for many of the earliest foreign missionaries. Today, the province is one of the most populous in the country and a key part of Xi's fight against poverty, as proclaimed by red banners across acres of peanut farms and oil fields.Around the time authorities ordered Guo's church to stop congregating in March, his district announced a crackdown on private Christian meeting spots. On a single Sunday morning, the announcement said, 700 religious banners were removed, 200 religious texts seized and 31 illegal Christian gathering places shut down. Officials went door-to-door stripping decorative scrolls bearing the cross from home entrances.In Zhengzhou, Henan's capital, all that is left of one house church is shattered glass, tangled wires and torn hymnbooks, strewn among the rubble of a knocked-down wall. Pegged to another wall is a single wooden cross, still intact.The church inside a commercial building had served about 100 believers for years. But in late January, nearly 60 officials from the local religion department and police station appeared without warning. Armed with electric saws, they demolished the church, confiscated Bibles and computers and held a handful of young worshippers — including a 14-year-old girl — at a police station for more than 10 hours, according to a church leader.The authorities called the church illegal. The church leader said they had brought documentation to the religion department three or four times in an attempt to formally register it, but never received a response. Now, they have ceased to congregate.The church leader prays that the government will change its mind."We support President Xi," he said. "All we ask for is a space for our faith."That space for Xu Shijuan, a 63-year-old Seventh-Day Adventist, was her living room, where she held house church gatherings for four years. She stopped in March, after a group of men led by a local official ordered her to disband the meeting of about two dozen elderly Christians."If you don't heed our orders, the next group to come will be law enforcement," he said, according to Xu. "They will use force to disband you."Xu readily complied. "The people have dispersed, but our faith has not," she told the AP at her home in Zhengzhou. "God's path cannot be blocked. The more you try to control it, the more it will grow."Even Protestant churches already registered with the state have not been spared greater restrictions. When reporters visited five such churches in Henan this June, all bore notices at their entrances stating that minors and party members were not allowed inside. A banner above one church door exhorted members to "implement the basic direction of the party's religious work." Another church erected a Chinese flag at the foot of its steps.Some congregations now sing the national anthem during services, according to a house church pastor named Liu. Another pastor said his government-approved church shut down its Sunday school and cancelled all activities for children after receiving orders in February.Across Henan, house churches that once hosted gatherings of hundreds have now sealed their doors and split into groups of no more than a handful. Services are announced last-minute and held in different locations each week, often under the cloak of darkness.For a time, Guo's church did the same. They avoided congregating on Sundays to escape authorities' notice.But the church members were scared, and the group dwindled to 30. Authorities appealed to Guo to help gather information on his fellow Christians. He was given a form, reviewed by the AP, which asked for churchgoers' names, educational background and addresses, as well as the length of time they had been faithful and whether they were baptized.The brick house was largely deserted this summer. Around the door frame, tattered red outlines remained of a scroll that once read "God's love is as deep as the sea."Inside, Guo has refused to remove the cross and other decorations, telling authorities they are within his private property.Among them, pinned to a wall in the nave, is a bright blue poster that quotes China's constitutional promise of religious freedom.__AP writer Brian Skoloff contributed to this report from Midland, Texas.__Follow Yanan Wang on Twitter at https://twitter.com/yananw.Yanan Wang, The Associated Press.

Russia warns of 'horrible' conflict if Georgia joins NATO-[Associated Press]-YAHOONEWS-VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV-August 8, 2018

MOSCOW (AP) — An attempt by NATO to incorporate the former Soviet republic of Georgia could trigger a new, "horrible" conflict, Russia's prime minister said Tuesday in a stern warning to the West marking 10 years since the Russia-Georgia war.Dmitry Medvedev said in an interview with the Kommersant daily broadcast by Russian state television that NATO's plans to eventually offer membership to Georgia are "absolutely irresponsible" and a "threat to peace."Medvedev was Russia's president during the August 2008 war, which erupted when Georgian troops tried unsuccessfully to regain control over the Moscow-backed breakaway province of South Ossetia and Russia sent troops that routed the Georgian military in five days of fighting.The Russian army was poised to advance on the Georgian capital, but Medvedev rolled it back, accepting a truce mediated by the European Union.After the war, Georgia entirely lost control of both South Ossetia and another separatist region, Abkhazia. Russia has strengthened its military presence in both regions and recognized them as independent states, but only a few countries have followed suit.The European Union on Tuesday reiterated its "firm support to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia within its internationally recognized borders" and lamented the Russian military presence in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.In a show of support for Georgia, foreign ministers of Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, and a Cabinet member from Ukraine, visited Tbilisi Tuesday, urging Russia to withdraw its troops from Abkhazia and South Ossetia. "Nowadays no country can change the borders of another country by force," said Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz.Russian-Georgian relations have improved since the war, but the issue of the breakaway regions remains, preventing the full normalization of ties.Medvedev warned that NATO's attempt to embrace Georgia could have catastrophic consequences."There is an unresolved territorial conflict ... and would they bring such a country into the military alliance?" he said. "Do they understand the possible implications? It could provoke a horrible conflict."Medvedev pointed to Moscow's recognition of independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and the Russian military bases there, saying that any attempt to change the status quo could lead to "extremely grave consequences." ''I hope that NATO's leadership will be smart enough not to take any steps in that direction," he said.The Russian prime minister described NATO's eastward expansion as a major security threat to Russia."Whatever our colleagues from the alliance may say, NATO countries see Russia as a potential enemy," he said. "We can't help getting worried when the circle around our country keeps narrowing as more and more countries join NATO. NATO's expansion clearly poses a threat to the Russian Federation."

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SANAA, Yemen (AP) — An airstrike blamed on the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels in Yemen hit a bus in a busy market on Thursday in the country’s north, killing at least 20 people, including children, Yemeni tribal leaders said. As many as 35 were also wounded in the attack, which took place in the ...

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SANAA, Yemen (AP) " An airstrike blamed on the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels in Yemen hit a bus in a busy market on Thursday in the country's north, killing at least 20 people, including children, Yemeni tribal leaders said.As many as 35 were also wounded in the attack, which took place in the Dahyan market in Saada province, a stronghold of the rebels known as Houthis, the elders said. The province lies along the border with Saudi Arabia.The airstrike hit a bus [...]
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EEUU ha levantado ampollas entre la comunidad internacional por su reciente apoyo a Arabia Saudita en su intervención en la guerra civil de Yemen. El Gobierno de Donald Trump secundó la acción saudita con armas e inteligencia y ya sido acusado de apuntar a civiles y bombardear escuelas y otros edificios públicos. A Heather Nauert, portavoz del Departamento de Estado de EEUU, le tocó defender la postura estadounidense.
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Dozens of people, many of them children, have been killed or wounded in a Saudi-led coalition air strike in rebel-held northern Yemen. The bus was travelling through Dahyan market in Saada province at the time. The health ministry run by the rebel ...
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Many of the dead and wounded are children under 10, ICRC says, after air strike on a bus in Saada province.

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Many of the dead and wounded are children under 10, ICRC says, after air strike on a bus in Saada province.
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Why were you on Twitter in the first place? You basically admit it's just a platform for sh*tposting. Chris Murphy is a good man, one of the few who is trying to end the crimes against Yemen. Put down your phone. Drink a beer with a friend.
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SANAA, Yemen – An airstrike blamed on the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels in Yemen hit a bus in a busy market on Thursday in the country’s north, killing at least 20 people, including children, Yemeni tribal leaders said. As many as 35 were also wounded in the attack, which took place in the Dahyan […]

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Preview The Saudi-led coalition has accused Houthi rebels in Yemen of using children as human shields following an attack on a bus on Thursday, saying their airstrikes in Saada constituted ‘legitimate action.’
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Preview A bus carrying children in northern Yemen was attacked on Thursday, killing dozens, many under the age of 10, the Red Cross has confirmed. Local tribal leaders say the airstrike was carried out by the Saudi-led coalition.
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Decenas de personas resultaron muertas o heridas por un bombardeo contra un autobús que llevaba niños en la provincia yemení de Saada al noroeste del país, según ha informado la Cruz Roja yemení. Un hospital apoyado por la Cruz Roja recibió «docenas de muertos y heridos» después del ataque contra el vehículo que trasladaba a los menores a su paso por el mercado de la ciudad de Dahian, en el norte de Saada, dijo el organismo internacional en un mensaje en su cuenta de Twitter. El portavoz del Ministerio de Salud del Gobierno de los hutíes en Saná, Yusef al Hadari, ha indicado por su parte a Efe que 39 personas murieron y 51 resultaron heridas en el ataque, según «datos preliminares». «El bombardeo tuvo como blanco a tres autobuses», según el portavoz hutí. Al Hadari ha explicado que los niños estaban de camino a un centro educativo de verano dependiente del Ministerio de Asuntos Islámicos. El ataque aéreo tuvo lugar en la ciudad de Dahian, en la provincia de Saada, fronteriza con Arabia Saudí y principal bastión de los rebeldes hutíes. «En Dahian hay centros sanitarios básicos. La mayor parte de los heridos están siendo transferidos a Saada (capital de la provincia), sobre todo a los hospitales públicos», que "«o serán suficientes para este gran número de heridos», ha estimado Al Hadari. El bombardeo se produjo horas después de que un ataque con un misil balístico lanzado desde Yemen contra la ciudad saudí de Yazán al suroeste del país. En ese ataque, registrado la noche del miércoles, murió un yemení residente en Arabia Saudí y otros once resultaron heridos, según informó la coalición árabe que interviene en la guerra yemení, liderada por Riad. La coalición árabe apoya desde 2015 al Gobierno del presidente Abdo Rabu Mansur Hadi, que se enfrenta a los rebeldes hutíes, respaldados por Irán, que controlan la capital del país, Saná.
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Λουτρό αίματος είχαμε στην βόρεια Υεμένη, μετά από επίθεση κατά λεωφορείου που μετέφερε παιδιά! «Μετά την επίθεση σήμερα το πρωί εναντίον λεωφορείου που μετέφερε παιδιά σε μια αγορά της Ντάχιαν στο βόρειο τμήμα της Σαάντα, ένα νοσοκομείο που υποστηρίζεται από τη ΔΕΕΣ δέχθηκε δεκάδες τραυματίες,  αλλά και νεκρούς που μεταφέρθηκαν εκεί», ανακοίνωσε η αντιπροσωπεία της […]

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          Dozens killed, including children on a bus, in Yemen air strikes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saudi-led coalition air strikes on Thursday killed dozens of people, including children traveling on a bus, in Yemen's Saada province, Yemeni medical sources and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

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The Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthi group in Yemen said its air strikes in Saada on Thursday were aimed at missile launchers used to attack Jizan industrial city in southern Saudi Arabia, a statement carried by state news agency SPA said.

          Decenas de muertos en Yemen por ataque contra autobús que transportaba niños      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
La guerra en Yemen ha causado más de 10 mil muertos desde la intervención de la coalición en marzo de 2015 y ha provocado "la peor crisis humanitaria" en el mundo, según la ONU.
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          Yemen, attacco a uno scuolabus: 39 morti / Al Jaazera: il bombardamento ha ucciso quasi solo bambini      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yemen, attacco a uno scuolabus: 39 morti. Al Jaazera racconta il bombardamento e come tra i morti ci siano quasi esclusivamente bambini. Nelle prossime ore ulteriori novità, moltii feriti.

(Pubblicato il Thu, 09 Aug 2018 13:38:00 GMT)

          SON KISIM BAYRAMA YETİŞTİRİLİYOR      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bu zamana kadar değişik sorunlarla bir türlü tamamlanamayan Akçakoca - Melenağzı yolunun son durumunu Akçakoca Belediye Başkanı Cümeyt Yemenici değerlendirdi. Yemenici, bayrama kadar yoldaki çalışmaların biteceğini söyledi.
          Saudi warplanes kill Yemeni children, market clients      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This 9 August 2018 video says about itself: AFP: Yemen: An attack on a bus carrying children in rebel-held northern Yemen on Thursday left dozens of people dead or wounded, the International Committee of the Red Cross said. “Following an … Continue reading
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          Air strikes killed children, others in Yemen – Red Cross      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

“Scores killed, even more injured, most under 10."

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Suudi Arabistan öncülüğündeki Arap Koalisyonu'nun Yemen’in kuzeyindeki Saada kentine düzenlediği hava saldırısında 39 kişi hayatını kaybetti, 51 kişi yaralandı.
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Suudi Arabistan'ın başını çektiği koalisyonun Saada şehrindeki bombardımanında hayatını kaybedenlerin çoğunun çocuk olduğu açıklandı.
          Hudeyde'de kadınlar için tehlike giderek büyüyor      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Birleşmiş Milletler Nüfus Fonu, Yemen'in Hudeyde şehrinde artan şiddetin yaklaşık 90 bin kadının hayatını tehdit ettiğini duyurdu.
          Dozens dead after school bus hit by airstrike      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dozens are dead and wounded after an airstrike hit a bus carrying children in northern Yemen, according to the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) and eyewitnesses.

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Dozens of children, most believed to be under the age of 10, have been killed after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a school bus in northern Yemen Thursday. The bus was hit as it was driving through a market in the rebel-held province of Saada, according to the Houthi-run Al-Masirah TV. The children were on their way to summer camps, Yahya Sha’em, head of the Houthi-held health office in Saada told CNN. The International Committee of the Red Cross said […]
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Τρόμος στη Υεμένη: Δεκάδες νεκροί από επίθεση σε λεωφορείο που επέβαιναν παιδιά

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          Green Man's Arms: vegetarian pub in Carlton, Melbourne      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I was so excited to hear that a new vegetarian pub called the Green Man's Arms was opening in Carlton and that it had kombucha on tap.  I mean hyperventilating excited!  Though I know Carlton well, the former pub Percy's at the corner of Lygon and Elgin Streets was not one I was familiar with.  But now I have been to the Green Man's Arms a few times I would love to be a regular there.

The first glimpse I had of the place was Cindy and Michael's review late last year soon after opening.  They enjoyed it but the dishes didn't look mind-blowing - with only one vegan main - and nor did the place.  Move forward 6 months, a new chef and the place seems to have hit its stride.  The majority of dishes are vegan with quite a few gf options, and lots of innovative dishes, as one would expect of a head chef who spent 6 years at Ottolenghi restaurants.  Looking back at Cindy and Michael's photos, some nice decorative touches have been added to the retro wallpaper such as the collection of Australiana plates high on one wall of the dining room.

I had to try it.  So I organised to go along for lunch with E and Sylvia one weekend only to find that it did not open til 4pm.  I go out for many more lunches than dinners so I was disappointed.  When I went there this week I was told they are now opening for lunches on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Such welcome news.  Though I am sad to say I went with work colleagues today and it was really quiet.  I hope it is just warming up as people get to know it is open for some lunches.

You will see in my photos that I mostly been there in the dark.  You might not see but I always order the kombucha on tap.  When you don't drink beer there is something very satisfying about seeing your drink being pour from a tap rather than being served it in a little bottle.  It isn't terribly sweet but is refreshing and full of flavour.

Finally I managed my first visit with my friend Heather on a Monday evening after a movie (I Tonya).  It was late and we were seated on a high table out in the modern bar area.  In subsequent visits, one with E and Sylvia, another with Heather, and one with work colleagues, we have sat in the  retro dining area at the tables and chairs.  Let me tell you that when you sit and watch meals come out of the kitchen, they look so good that you just want to eat everything on the menu.  Let me take you through what I have tried.

Heather and I shared the Mac and cheese with zucchini and fresh herbs ($17.50)  I liked it but I prefer my mac and cheese more creamy and more cheesy.  Perhaps the addition of zucchini made it less creamy.  If you like your mac and cheese quite light then I recommend this one.  I think this is the only dish I have tried that is not vegan.

We also ordered a couple of starters to eat with the mac and cheese.  I really loved the Whole charred eggplant with green tahini, pomegranate, crispy chickpeas and pistachios ($14).  The eggplant was cooked to melting perfection.  I was surprised at how much sauce was on it but enjoyed it.  It was really tasty with the chickpeas and pomegranates.  We had to ask for some bread to mop up all the sauce.

We also ordered the Yemeni Luhuh - pan baked bread served like a taco, filled with tempura sweet potato, lemongrass pumpkin puree, lettuce, pickles and chilli.  These have now been replaced on the menu with "Flabread Tacos".  While it lacks the poetry of "Yemeni Luhuh" it is easier to pronounce and understand.  It seems that the filling change from time to time as these sweet potato fillings are no longer available.  They were really good.  An innovative flavour combination and, as they come in twos, were easy to share.  (My colleague had one with tempura avocado today that she loved.)

My next visit was a school holidays evening out with Sylvia and E.  We were about to order the Butternut squash and tahini spread with date molasses and sesame served with sourdough ($12.50) when we were offered the dish with compliments of the chef.  I am not sure why they were doing this that night but I don't look a gift horse in the mouth.  The pumpkin dip was really delicious.  Pumpkin goes so well with tahini and a bit of sweetness.  The bread was lovely too and we didn't grudge paying for some extra bread to get through all the dip.

Sylvia ordered the Pommes Frites: smashed new potatoes, fried with garlic aioli and bravos sauce ($8.50).  This is about as adventurous as she gets but she went away with a new found love of aioli (so we now have it in our fridge).  It would be nice if there was a kids menu but it isn't a place that attracts lots of kids.  But I was pleased that the serving was quite generous enough for her to eat her fill and have plenty to share with us.  And they were so crispy and delicious that we wanted to share.

E had the mac and cheese which he enjoyed.  I ordered the Hand made vegan dumplings filled with desiree potato, dill, and caramelised onion with beetroot slaw and cashew sour cream ($24).  This has to be my favourite dish so far.  The pierogi was superb with the cashew sour cream, though I had to push all that dill aside!  (I guess that is the influence of the chef that worked at Borscht Vodka and Tears.)  It had so much slaw on the side that it felt really satisfying and healthy.

The pierogi does not seem to have the slaw on the side in the latest iteration of the menu which is a shame but maybe it will come back.  I had the pierogi today with the caramelised onion and silverbeet.  (Sadly the chickpea pancake had disappeared from the menu which had got great reviews.)  This serving had more pierogi with the vegies hidden underneath.  Again the dumplings were superb and wonderfully warming on a winter's day.

I visited again after seeing The Book Shop at the Cinema Nova with Heather.  Again we agreed to share dishes.  We had the Mezze Plate of falafel, hummus, a chunky tahini dip and a slightly spicy beetroot dip, cauliflower and beetroot pickles, carrot slices, cooked zucchini slices, olives and flat bread ($19.50)  It was really lovely.  The falafel was quite crunchy on the outside, just as I like it, and I would have welcomed more than three.  The dips were really good, though I was a bit uncertain about the spicy beetroot one.  I love the pickles and olives too. 

We also shared the Cauliflower steak with cauliflower puree, currant, lemon zest, herb and nut salsa with zatar ($24).  I liked this but it was not quite what I expected.  The cauliflower was just cooked rather than really crisp on the outside and soft on the inside.  (Yes I had hoped they would cook it as I wish I could do at home.).  The topping was really good and far fancier than anything I would do at home.  However I feel that this was not quite what I would expect for $24 as it seemed more side dish than a substantial main.

The up side of the cauliflower steaks being so light is that we had plenty of room for dessert.  I was very tempted by the halva ice cream and the chocolate tart but, it being a cold winter's evening, I decided I needed the warmth of the Vanilla rice pudding w rhubarb, tarragon and orange blossom ($10).  Only, when I took my first mouthful I found it was cold rice pudding.  And I do not like cold rice pudding.

I saw the chef walking past and asked him if it was served warm.  He said he could microwave it and I said yes please.  He took it into the kitchen and yelled, they hated it!  I assume he was joking.  I hope so because once it was warmed up I loved it.  The rhubarb was cooked to melting perfection and added great flavour.  It contrasted nicely with the crunchy texture of the toasted slivered almonds.

I intend to keep visiting the Green Man's Arms and am sure I will try many more dishes.  This is just for starters.  I highly recommend the place.  It is the only pub I know serving kombucha on tap and I love it just for that.  But the food is really delicious and interesting, the decor is stylish and thoughtful, and the staff are welcoming and accommodating.  It is one of those places to make vegetarians and vegans feel comfortable while having a menu that is appealing enough for omnivores who want good food.

Green Man's Arms
418 Lygon St, Carlton VIC 3053
+61 3 9347 7419
Hours: Mon-Thurs: 4pm til late, Fri-Sun: 12pm til late
greenmansarms.com.au

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          Dozens Killed, Including Many Children, In Yemen Air Strikes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dozens of people, many of them children, were killed in Saudi-led coalition air strikes on August 9 in Yemen's Saada province, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and local medical sources said.
          Airstrike hits bus carrying kids, killing at least 20 in Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yemen's rebel-run Al Masirah TV aired dramatic images of wounded children, their clothes and schoolbags covered with blood as they lay on hospital stretchers.
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Air strikes killed dozens of people, including children, in Yemen's Saada, Yemeni medical sources and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Thursday.The ICRC said one attack hit a bus driving children in Dahyan market, in norther
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Dozens of children, most believed to be under the age of 10, have been killed after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a school bus in northern Yemen Thursday.

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Rai YEMEN, RAID SCUOLABUS Almeno 39 bambini sono morti e altre 50 persone sono rimaste ferite nel nord dello Yemen in seguito a raid aerei che hanno colpito uno scuolabus e un affollato mercato nella provincia di Saada: lo riportano i media internazionali. L'attacco, secondo leader tribali locali, è stato sferrato dalla coalizione a guida saudita. In precedenza l'Arabia Saudita aveva reso noto che un civile è morto e 11 sono rimasti feriti da frammenti di un missile lanciato dai ribelli sciiti dello Yemen nel sud del regno
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          Autobuz care transporta copii, atacat în Yemen. Zeci de morți și răniți      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zeci de persoane au fost ucise sau rănite joi într-un atac împotriva unui autobuz ce transporta copii, în nordul Yemenului, a anunţat reprezentanţa Comitetului Internaţional al Crucii Roşii în această ţară pradă războiului, informează AFP şi dpa.
          Yemen'de Koalisyon Güçleri çocukları taşıyan aracı hedef aldı      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Suudi Arabistan'ın öncülüğündeki Arap Koalisyonu, Yemen'de çocukları taşıyan otobüsü hedef aldı. Saldırıda onlarca çocuk yaşamını yitirdi.
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          Guerra commerciale, non solo USA-Cina: ecco quella Canada – Arabia Saudita      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Anche se il mondo sembra essere preoccupato dall’escalation di tensioni tra Stati Uniti e Cina, c’è almeno un’altra relazione pronta a scoppiare: quella tra Canada e Arabia Saudita. L'Arabia Saudita ha infatti sospeso i legami diplomatici e i nuovi rapporti commerciali con il Canada in risposta alla richiesta del Canada di liberare alcuni attivisti per i diritti delle donne. Come reazione, l'Arabia Saudita ha richiamato l'ambasciatore a Ottawa e ha ordinato che l'inviato canadese a Riyadh partisse entro 24 ore, stando a quanto afferma una dichiarazione del ministero degli Esteri. Il Canada sta “cercando di ottenere maggiore chiarezza” sulla questione, ha detto una portavoce del ministro degli esteri Chrystia Freeland. In particolare, il ministero degli Esteri saudita ha citato alcune osservazioni compiute la scorsa settimana da Freeland e dall'ambasciata canadese a Riyadh, che criticavano gli arresti di alcuni attivisti per i diritti delle donne, tra cui Samar Badawi, una cittadina canadese il cui fratello Raif Badawi, un blogger che criticava il governo, era già in prigione. Le dichiarazioni del Canada – si legge nelle dichiarazioni del ministero - sono “un affronto al regno che richiede una risposta acuta per impedire a qualsiasi parte di tentare di interferire con la sovranità saudita”. Sotto il principe Mohammed, figlio di Re Salman, l'Arabia Saudita ha già reagito in modo più aggressivo del solito contro quei Paesi che percepisce come troppo interessati ai prpori affari interni. In poco più di un anno, il regno ha infatti guidato una coalizione di quattro Paesi che ha reciso i legami con il vicino Qatar, ha richiamato l'ambasciatore in Germania e ha ridotto i rapporti commerciali con alcune aziende tedesche. Il Paese è anche stato largamente accusato di costringere il primo ministro libanese Saad al-Hariri a dimettersi (un'accusa comunque sempre negata). “La rottura delle relazioni diplomatiche saudite con il Canada sottolinea come la nuova Arabia Saudita che Mohammed bin Salman sta mettendo insieme non sia assolutamente in grado di tollerare alcuna forma di critica nei confronti della gestione dei suoi affari interni” – ha dichiarato Kristian Ulrichsen, del Baker Institute for Public Policy della Rice University in Texas. La politica estera saudita ha iniziato a cambiare quando Re Salman è succeduto al suo defunto fratello Abdullah nel 2015, posizionando suo figlio come il principe più potente del regno. Come ministro della difesa, il principe Mohammed è anche responsabile del coinvolgimento militare del regno nello Yemen contro i ribelli sostenuti dall'Iran. Sotto i precedenti leader, il regno aveva in buona parte scelto la strada diplomatica, basandosi principalmente sulla sua forza finanziaria per ottenere influenza nella macro area. Ora le cose sembrano essere cambiate. Sebbene due mesi fa le donne saudite abbiano iniziato a esercitare il diritto di guidare un'auto, alcuni dei più importanti attivisti per i diritti delle donne del Paese - compresi alcuni che hanno combattuto per anni proprio per poter far esercitare il diritto alla guida - sono stati arrestati all'inizio del 2018 per motivi di “sicurezza nazionale”. “Siamo seriamente preoccupati da questi resoconti dei media e chiediamo maggiore chiarezza sulla recente dichiarazione del Regno dell'Arabia Saudita”, ha detto in una email Marie-Pier Baril, portavoce di Freeland. “Il Canada difenderà sempre la protezione dei diritti umani, compresi i diritti delle donne e la libertà di espressione in tutto il mondo. Il nostro governo non esiterà mai a promuovere questi valori e crede che questo dialogo sia fondamentale per la diplomazia internazionale”. Per quanto concerne le relazioni commerciali, dall’inizio dell’anno il Canada ha esportato in Arabia Saudita già 1,4 miliardi di dollari di beni e ha importato 2 miliardi di dollari di prodotti, con conseguente deficit di circa 600 milioni di dollari, secondo i dati di Statistics Canada.
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Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
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          World: Humanitarian Access Overview (August 2018)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source: Assessment Capacities Project
Country: Afghanistan, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Libya, Mali, Myanmar, Nigeria, occupied Palestinian territory, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey, Ukraine, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), World, Yemen

OVERVIEW

This report compares current humanitarian crises based on their level of humanitarian access. Affected populations in more than 40 countries are not getting proper humanitarian assistance due to access constraints. Out of 44 countries included in the report, nearly half of them are currently facing critical humanitarian access constraints, with four countries (Eritrea, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen) being considered as inaccessible. Moderate humanitarian access constraints are an issue in eight countries, and 15 face low humanitarian access constraints.

METHODOLOGY

Our methodology groups 9 variables under 3 dimensions:

  1. Access of humanitarian actors to affected population comprised of 4 variables:

• Impediments to entry
• Restriction of movement
• Interference with activities
• Violence against personnel

  1. Access of people in need to humanitarian aid comprised of 2 variables:

• Denial of needs
• Restriction of population’s access to aid

  1. Security and physical constraints comprised of 3 variables:

• Active hostilities
• UXO and mines
• Physical constraints Each indicator is given a score from 0 to 3, and marked with an X when there is an information gap identified.

The overall access score by country is ranked according to the following scale: 0 - No constraints 1 - Accessible with low constraints 2 - Accessible with moderate constraints 3 - Accessible with high constraints 4 - Nearly inaccessible 5 - Inaccessible We are providing analytical narratives for countries scored between level 3 to 5.


          One dead, 11 wounded as Saudi intercepts Yemen rebel missile      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Riyadh (AFP) Aug 9, 2018
Saudi Arabia shot down a missile fired by Yemen's Huthi rebels on Wednesday, with debris killing a Yemeni man and wounding 11 others, a Riyadh-led coalition fighting the insurgents said. The ballistic missile was fired from the northern Yemeni province of Amran towards the southern Saudi city of Jizan, said a coalition statement published by the official Saudi Press Agency. "Shrapnel fro
          الجيش اليمني يستهدف تجمعات لقوات النظام السعودي في مأرب والساحل الغربي      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
استهدفت القوة الصاروخية للجيش واللجان الشعبية اليمنية الليلة الماضية بصاروخ باليستي معسكرا مستحدثا لقوات النظام السعودي في مأرب شرق اليمن. ونقل موقع المسيرة نت عن مصدر عسكري قوله: إن “القوة الصاروخية استهدفت أيضا تجمعات لقوات النظام السعودي والمرتزقة في الساحل الغربي بصاروخ باليستي ما أدى إلى وقوع إصابات في صفوفهم”. ويعد هذا الصاروخ الباليستي الثاني […]
          Iran's Medical Sciences Academy Lambasts UN Silence on Saudi Bombing of Yemeni Hospital      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TEHRAN (FNA)- President of Iran's Academy of Medical Sciences Seyed Alireza Marandi in a letter to the UN Chief lambasted the world body for inaction against the Saudi-led coalition's crimes, specially the recent pounding of a hospital.
          The Latest: Death toll from airstrike in Yemen rises to 43      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Latest on developments in Yemen (all times local): 4:05 p.m. Yemen's Shiite rebels say the death toll from Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on a busy market and bus carrying civilians … Click to Continue »
          Decenas de muertos en un ataque contra un autobús con niños en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
La coalición liderada por Arabia Saudí ha justificado el bombardeo como una "acción militar legítima"
          Yemen tribal leaders: Airstrikes in country's north kill 20      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Airstrikes blamed on a Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels in Yemen hit a busy market and a bus on Thursday in the country's north, killing at least 20 people, including children, Yemeni tribal leaders said on Thursday.
          The Latest: Death toll from airstrike in Yemen rises to 43      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SANAA, Yemen — The Latest on developments in Yemen (all times local): 4:05 p.m. Yemen’s Shiite rebels say the death toll from Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on a busy market and bus carrying civilians in the country’s north has risen to 43. The rebel-controlled health ministry in the capital Sanaa said Thursday’s attack also wounded 63. […]
          8/9/2018: WORLD: Keep up pressure on Saudis      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Re Saudi Arabia expels Canadian ambassador, August 6 Saudi Arabia is a corrupt, misogynistic, homophobic, medieval dictatorship that is probably the largest sponsor of both Islamist terrorism and the war on innocent civilians in Yemen. With friends...
          America for sale      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Let's review some news from the first half of the week.

Monday: The trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort revealed jaw-dropping crimes, and continues to do so. His key lieutenant in his former lobbying business, Rick Gates, testified that they committed multiple instances of bank and tax fraud together.

Also on Monday, The Associated Press reported that as part of a quasi-genocidal, U.S.-supported war in Yemen, Saudi Arabia is providing quiet assistance to al Qaeda, including funding, arming, and straight-up recruiting jihadis into their coalition. What's more, America was in on it: "Key participants in the pacts said the U.S. was aware of the arrangements and held off on any drone strikes."

Tuesday: Former business partners of Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross (who has been overtly profiting from his office) filed suit alleging he stole $123 million from the business he used to run. Later, ProPublica published an astounding report detailing how the Department of Veterans Affairs is being run by a cabal of Mar-a-Lago members, bizarrely including Marvel Entertainment CEO Ike Perlmutter, none of whom are public officials of any kind or even veterans.

Wednesday: Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.) was arrested by the FBI for insider trading — which was allegedly so blatant reporters overheard him boasting about it in the Capitol itself. Meanwhile it turns out New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is turning his regulatory powers seemingly only on local news outlets that ask him tough questions.

This is modern American politics, folks: rotten to its very marrow. Corruption is eating the United States alive. As the Numidian King Jugurtha supposedly said of the Roman Republic: "Yonder lies a city put up for sale, and its days are numbered if it finds a buyer."

Let's walk through a few of the major sellers.

The foreign policy "Blob"

In Ben Rhodes' famous phrase, the "Blob" refers to the D.C. foreign policy establishment and its mystifying habit of constantly arguing for the use of military force, usually in the Middle East, and often before the charred pile of corpses from their last failed war of aggression have even stopped smoldering.

The Saudi example, which might seem like an outlier on the above list, is actually quite instructive in how money fuels the Blob. As John R. MacArthur wrote back in 2007, America had long tolerated the brutal and repressive Saudi monarchy — and sold it enormous quantities of weapons — in return for its toleration of American military hegemony and, more importantly, its oil sales. Cheap gas was regarded as necessary for the American way of life, and therefore we could look past just about anything.

Yet from about the 1980s onward, the Saudi alliance has made less and less sense. For one, oil-based energy has become a large and increasing liability for any possible conception of the American national interest. Climate change is a clear and present danger to American security — a fact broadly recognized even within the U.S. military. And with the rise of fracking technology starting around 2010, Saudi oil imports have become less and less necessary to maintain current supplies in any case. And now the Saudis are supporting literally al Qaeda. What gives?

The truth is that today, American foreign policy is to a great degree dictated by who can offer the largest bribes.

The Saudis have spent billions of dollars of their vast cash hoard hiring various well-connected lobbying firms with ties to both parties. This effort was dramatically scaled up last year, in concert with the rise of the new Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman. He ruthlessly consolidated his power in a sort of thinly-disguised palace coup in late 2017, eliminating most contenders for power while claiming to be simply rooting out corruption (somehow his $500 million personal yacht escaped notice). He then undertook some token liberal reforms, allowing women to drive, opening some movie theaters, and holding a couple of concerts. In the background, of course, violent repression of human rights activists continued or even accelerated.

Then bin Salman went on a grand tour of the United States, trying to sell his liberal reformer shtick.

The awesome rottenness of the American elite was well demonstrated by their response to this transparent fraud. A veritable parade of politicians, bigshot media figures, and various businessmen swallowed bin Salman's story hook, line, and sinker. It wasn't just President Trump and various other Republicans — though the president has been a loyal Saudi stooge ever since they put his face up on a fancy hotel — but also many centrists and liberals. Bin Salman got cordial meetings with Bill and Hillary Clinton, Mike Bloomberg, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and sundry other Big Tech CEOs. David Ignatius in The Washington Post, Thomas Friedman in The New York Times, and Jeffrey Goldberg in The Atlantic all gave him extensive and credulous coverage.

Of course, that is only one of many examples of the Blob's corruption. Qatar, Israel, Morocco, the U.A.E., Kazakhstan, and many other countries have purchased American influence or toleration by spreading money around Washington, D.C. Corrupt Investor-State Dispute Settlement trade deals have led the U.S. to sign away a huge chunk of its economic sovereignty to international corporations. Defense contractors create an enormous bias in favor of imperial aggression overseas, benefiting themselves while costing the nation as a whole trillions in war spending. And so on.

The Republican Party

The Trump administration is so saturated with corruption that it would take several books to describe it all in detail. Aside from Ross, there's Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, former Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, and former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt wildly abusing their powers of office for personal gain, including millions of dollars in government-funded flights. And Trump himself is directly using the presidency to enrich his vast business empire.

Then there is the recent Republican tax bill, which not only stuffed hundreds of billions of dollars directly into the Sarlacc maw of the top 1 percent as a direct payoff for campaign donations, but also personally benefited most members of Congress who voted for it. Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) seemingly got a personal kickback in the form of tax benefits for real estate (one of his major assets) for his vote.

But there is also Russiagate, the unfolding drama over the extent of the Trump campaign's admitted collaboration with Russian electoral espionage in 2016 (which is a crime) — and the possibility that Vladimir Putin has compromising information on the president.

Russia is the proximate main actor here. But at bottom, this is a story about American corruption. The Russians learned it's trivially easy to buy or suborn the American political establishment, particularly on the right, and perhaps even turn the vast power of the American state to their own devices. In a democracy, authority should be derived from the consent of the governed, but it turns out the Republican Party — in between purple-faced shrieks about defending the Constitution from liberal tyranny — will absolutely forsake the most elementary American political principles in a heartbeat for partisan advantage.

Russiagate is a story about a criminal-riddled presidential campaign that was positively eager to trade foreign policy favors for hacked oppo research from a foreign power; a story of a political party leadership that laughed over the idea behind closed doors and successfully intimidated the incumbent government from discussing the story fully; and a story of a party electorate that has fed on bilious hatred for liberals and nutball conspiracy theories for so long they have completely lost sight of basic democratic values.

The Democratic Party

Before Democrats get too self-righteous about Trump and his cronies, let's consider the Great Recession and the ensuing weak recovery, which has left the United States something like $3 trillion below the 1945-2007 growth trend (and fueled the rise of right-wing extremism around the globe). As Frank Rich writes, we are still living today with the devastating consequence of this crisis — an economic anchor chain that has inaugurated an age of anxiety, hopelessness, and despair.

Now, Republicans refusing any kind of stimulus or investment package after they took the House in 2010 — indeed, actually demanding economy-crushing austerity — is one major culprit here.

But there were three gigantic and totally avoidable policy disasters committed by Democrats and the Obama administration when they had big congressional majorities in 2009-10, which helped lock in our current economy of weak growth, stagnant wages, and enormous corporate profits. The first was lowballing the Recovery Act stimulus package, and making it about one-third tax cuts in a moronic attempt to get Republican votes. To be fair, that was mainly an error of political judgment.

But the second two disasters were more or less straight-up corruption.

First was failing to use the tremendous leverage granted by the bank bailout to help the American citizenry. Remember, at this time the government owned multiple important financial institutions, like the world's largest insurer AIG. For years, the rest of the financial system was utterly dependent on government assistance (especially a hodgepodge of Federal Reserve programs that jammed trillions in credit into the financial system). But instead of using that leverage to, say, force the largest banks to break themselves up, or accept an aggressive financial reform package (instead of the milquetoast one they actually passed), or some other reform, the Obama administration just sold those companies back into the private market as soon as they possibly could. They didn't even prevent AIG employees from paying themselves outrageous bonuses after their epic management failure required a $184 billion bailout.

The third disaster was even worse: the foreclosure crisis. A big part of the bank bailout granted sweeping powers to help struggling homeowners caught in the financial storm. But the Obama administration used its homeowner assistance program to help the banks even more, by simply slowing the rate of foreclosures — to "foam the runway" for the banks, in then-Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner's infamous phrase. From 2010-11, it probably enabled foreclosures on net rather than stopping them.

And then, when it came to light that these foreclosures had been conducted mostly with forged papers, and the banks had whole floors of entry-level employees committing document fraud hundreds of times per day, Obama did not seize the opportunity to force them to help homeowners, as suggested by then-FDIC chief Sheila Bair. Instead this administration pushed through a wrist-slap fine whose headline figure was heavily inflated by including mortgage relief that would have been illegal to collect anyway. In the midst of perhaps the worst corporate crime spree in a century, the rate of white-collar prosecutions fell steadily to less than two-thirds of what it had been in the early Bush II years:

(Courtesy Trac Reports)

The foreclosure machine grinds on to this day, forgeries and all.

The banks were restored to health (and enormous profitability), while homeowners were left to drown. The result was that between 2007 and 2016, the average wealth of the bottom 99 percent decreased by $4,500, while the average wealth of the top 1 percent increased by $4.9 million.

This undoubtedly sharply worsened the Democrats' political carnage in the 2010 midterms. So why on Earth did they bend over backward to help the people who had caused the worst economic crisis in 80 years?

By far the most convincing answer can be found in the post-administration careers of key Obama officials. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke (a Republican, but reappointed by Obama) is working for a hedge fund. Geithner is working for the absolutely odious private equity firm Warburg Pincus which makes its money by, among other things, tricking poor people into taking hugely high-interest loans.

Former chief of the Department of Justice's Criminal Division Lanny Breuer (who was instrumental in quashing proposed bank prosecutions) is back at law firm Covington & Burling, which specializes in corporate defense. So is former Attorney General Eric Holder (who testified before a congressional committee that banks had become too big to prosecute) — and they even held his office open for him while he was in public service, how nice. Other former Obama staffers are cashing out shilling for defense contractors, Uber, or Amazon. And Obama himself is giving buckraking speeches to financial firms for $400,000 a pop.

Now, Democratic Party corruption is not so blatant or egregious as the Republican variety. It tends to be more about cultural and social capture (and the associated head-spinning doublethink) than it is about sacks of cash being exchanged in a cynical quid pro quo. But at bottom, it is simply impossible to avoid drawing a straight line between Democrats failing to rein in a Black Death-level plague of corporate crime and later falling into the warm and lucrative embrace of that same corporate elite.

One way to summarize the various severe problems afflicting American society is that the government is barely even pretending to function on behalf of the voting public anymore. Part of that is ideological. But another large and growing part is corruption. Today's American elite by and large line their own pockets, or those of their ruling class cohort, instead of attempting to serve virtuously as representatives of the citizenry and the nation. It's an age of moral bankruptcy.

A country simply can't survive this level of corruption forever. The results in terms of citizen welfare speak for themselves. As the Ottoman Empire or Ancien Régime France discovered long ago, a nation which cannot clean up a thoroughly corrupt self-dealing elite will eventually fail. America needs fresh, virtuous leaders, and a great many people need to go to jail.


          Dozens Of Children Killed, Wounded In School Bus Attack      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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ICRC says attack on a bus in Dahyan city on Thursday left dozens of people dead or wounded. An attack on a bus carrying children in Yemen killed and wounded dozens of people, the International Committee of the Red Cross said. “Following an attack this morning on a bus driving children in Dahyan Market, northern […]

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          Yemen, missile su un autobus: 39 morti, «quasi tutti bambini»      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Yemen, missile su un autobus: 39 morti, «quasi tutti bambini»

La Croce rossa internazionale dà notizia di aver ricevuto in ospedale decine di persone morte e ferite in un raid aereo. Gli Houthi accusano la coalizione a guida saudita


          Comment on No Liberal Rallies Yet for the Children of Yemen by Paul Street + The U.S.-Backed War That Is Tormenting Yemen by David Moulton by dandelionsalad      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Great points, Zara.
          Airstrike by US ally on bus carrying Yemeni children kills and wounds scores - Washington Post      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Washington Post

Airstrike by US ally on bus carrying Yemeni children kills and wounds scores
Washington Post
CAIRO — Scores of civilians, mostly children, were killed and injured in an airstrike on Thursday by U.S. allies on a bus in a crowded market in northern Yemen, according to health officials and international aid agencies. In a tweet, the ...

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          Yemen, attacco contro scuolabus: almeno 39 bambini morti      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

ROMA – Almeno 39 bambini sono morti e altre 50 persone sono rimaste ferite oggi, giovedì 9 agosto, nel nord [...]

L'articolo Yemen, attacco contro scuolabus: almeno 39 bambini morti sembra essere il primo su Blitz quotidiano.


          Плеядеянец: На что отзывается минеральное царство.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
126678517_1397665283_yemen17620x465 (500x422, 43Kb)
Минеральное царство отзывается на тип энергии, представляющий собой наинизший аспект огня тех внутренних топок, которые воздействуют на элементы минерального мира и превращают эти минеральные жизни в последовательный ряд всё более высоких типов минеральной энергии.
Например, тип энергии, воздействующий на железную руду или создающий олово, эманирует из иного центра тела Сущности, наполняющей минеральное царство, чем тот, что превращает элементы в чудесные драгоценности: алмазы, сапфиры, изумруды или рубины.
И это селезеночный центр планеты Земля
а) Человеческое.................... Сердечный центр
б) Животное.......................... Горловой центр
в) Растительное.................... Солнечное сплетение
Селезеночный центр передает солнечные огни и чистую прану
Селекционер растений , создающий новые виды, на самом деле занят действием сексуальной энергии во втором царстве природы; для него было бы желательно рассматривать всякую растительную жизнь в виде энергетических точек, отзывающихся на другие, бóльшие энергетические центры. Когда электричество и разноцветное освещение станут шире применяться на экспериментальных станциях, в этом направлении будет открыто много нового.
Секс в минеральном царстве, или химическое сродство, есть отображение в этом царстве второго типа магнетической силы; в растительном царстве то же явление может изучаться на семенах и процессах опыления растений.
Нептун связан с нашей планетой и сексуальными энергиями растительного царства
           South Koreans are Going Crazy Over a Handful of Refugees      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
South Korea Is Going Crazy Over a Handful of Refugees
Feminists, the young, and Islamophobes have allied against desperate Yemenis.
BY S. NATHAN PARK | AUGUST 6, 2018, 11:55 AM



Yet the South Korean public reacted to these handful of refugees with hysteria


It is easy to be disappointed at this response coming from a liberal administration


One might expect, for example, that South Korean feminists newly energized from a highly successful #MeToo campaign would express solidarity with the vulnerable refugees. Instead, many feminists reinforce myths that Muslim refugees are potential rapists, drawing from a mixture of real and fake news from Europe.


済州島に逃れてきた一握りのイエメン難民にヒステリーを起こす韓国人
South Korea Is Going Crazy Over a Handful of Refugees

2018年8月7日(火)16時30分
ネーサン・パク(ジョージタウン大学非常勤教授)


韓国ではリベラルもフェミもナショナリストなんだけど、それが理解できていないのではないか?


          La Cruz Roja informa de decenas de víctimas en Yemen tras ataque a un autobús con niños      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MOSCÚ (Sputnik) — Decenas de personas murieron o resultaron heridas a causa de un ataque perpetrado contra un autobús que transportaba niños en el norte de Yemen, comunicó el Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR).
          പീഡനത്തിന് ശിക്ഷ കടുത്തത് തന്നെ : പത്തുവയസുകാരനെ ക്രൂരമായി പീഡിപ്പിച്ച് കൊലപ്പെടുത്തിയ മൂന്നുപേരെ യെമനിൽ കൊന്ന് പരസ്യമായി കെട്ടിത്തൂക്കി……….      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

പത്തുവയസുകാരനെ ക്രൂരമായി പീഡിപ്പിച്ച് കൊലപ്പെടുത്തിയ മൂന്നുപേരെ യെമനിൽ പൊതുനിരത്തിൽ വച്ച് വെടിവച്ചു കൊന്ന് പരസ്യമായി കെട്ടിത്തൂക്കി. ജനകൂട്ടത്തിന് നടുവിൽ പ്രതികളെ മുട്ടുകാലില്‍ ഇരുത്തി അധികൃതർ വെടിവച്ച് കൊല്ലുകയായിരുന്നു. പിന്നീട് പ്രതികളുടെ മൃതദേഹങ്ങൾ സനയിലെ ആള്‍ത്തിരക്കുളള സ്ക്വയറില്‍ ക്രെയിനില്‍ കെട്ടിത്തൂക്കി. ഇതിന്റെ ചിത്രങ്ങളും

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          Saudi-led coalition admits Yemen attack after children victims on bus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Saudi-led coalition battling in Yemen said it carried out an attack in the rebel-held north on Thursday that the Red Cross said hit a bus carrying children, leaving dozens of people dead or wounded.
          Saudi-led coalition claims deadly Yemen attack      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Saudi-led coalition battling in Yemen said it carried out a deadly attack in the rebel-held north on Thursday, which the Red Cross said hit a bus carrying children.
          Dozens dead, wounded in attack on Yemen bus carrying children: Red Cross      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
An attack on a bus carrying children in rebel-held northern Yemen on Thursday left dozens of people dead or wounded, the International Committee of the Red Cross said.
          Dozens dead after school bus carrying children hit by airstrike      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dozens are dead and wounded after an airstrike hit a bus carrying children in northern Yemen Thursday, according to the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) and eyewitnesses.
          Σχόλιο στο Ο ΥΕΘΑ @PanosKammenos συναντήθηκε σήμερα με τον αναπληρωτή Πρωθυπουργό και Υπουργό Άμυνας του Κατάρ Dr. Khalid bin Mohamed Al Attiyah στο ΥΠΕΘΑ @MOD_Qatar #Qatar #Greece #MoD #Defence από Μπουμ Μπουμ τα παιδακια      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Η Σ.Αραβία βομβάρδισε σχολικό λεωφορείο με ανήλικα παιδιά στην Υεμένη 09/08/2018 Γεμάτο παιδιά που δεν είχαν κλείσει τα δέκα τους χρόνια ήταν το λεωφορείο που βομβάρδισε η Σαουδική Αραβία στην Υεμένη, στο πλαίσιο των επιχειρήσεων που πραγματοποιεί με την στήριξη και καθοδήγηση του αμερικανικού Πενταγώνου. Το λεωφορείο κινούνταν στα βόρεια της χώρας, σε περιοχή που ελέγχεται από αντάρτες. Σύμφωνα με εκπροσώπους του Ερυθρού Σταυρού, που εργάζονται στην περιοχή, τα νοσοκομεία δέχθηκαν δεκάδες θύματα ενώ τοπικοί αξιωματούχοι κάνουν λόγο για τουλάχιστον 43 νεκρούς και περισσότερους από 60 τραυματίες – σε μεγάλο ποσοστό ανήλικα παιδιά. Οι βομβαρδισμοί που πραγματοποιεί η Σαουδική Αραβία στην Υεμένη από το 2015 έχουν οδηγήσει στο θάνατο τουλάχιστον πέντε χιλιάδες παιδιά και ευθύνονται για μια από τις μεγαλύτερες επιδημίες χολέρας που έχει γνωρίσει η ανθρωπότητα τις τελευταίες δεκαετίες. Σύμφωνα με την ανθρωπιστική οργάνωση Save the Children κάθε ημέρα πεθαίνουν 130 παιδιά στην Υεμένη Παρόλα αυτά χάρη σε μια επικοινωνιακή εκστρατεία που ξεκίνησε το Ριάντ τους τελευταίους μήνες, το μέγεθος της καταστροφής δεν φτάνει συχνά στα διεθνή μέσα ενημέρωσης. Οι βομβαρδισμοί της Σαουδικής Αραβίας πραγματοποιούνται με οπλισμό από τις ΗΠΑ, οι οποίες προσφέρουν και άλλους είδους επιμελητειακής και επιχειρησιακής υποστήριξης. Αρκετές ακόμη χώρες συνεχίζουν να προσφέρουν οπλισμό στη Σαουδική Αραβία ενώ ανάλογη προσπάθεια έκανε πριν από μήνες και η ελληνική κυβέρνηση. Απαντώντας σε σχετικές καταγγελίες ο διευθυντής της Κοινοβουλευτικής Ομάδας του ΣΥΡΙΖΑ, δήλωσε ότι αν η κυβέρνηση δεν πουλούσε όπλα στο Ριάντ θα έπρεπε να τα θάψει. “θεωρώ προτιμότερο να πάρουμε ένα όφελος πουλώντας κάποια όπλα, από το να υπάρξει ρήξη σε ένα πεδίο βολής και να τα διαλύσουμε ή να τα θάψουμε κάπου” δήλωσε ο Ζαχαριάδης μιλώντας στο ΘΕΜΑ 104,6. Τα κόμματα της αντιπολίτευσης, πλην του ΚΚΕ, δεν είχαν καταδικάσει την προσπάθεια πώλησης όπλων που θα μπορούσαν να χρησιμοποιηθούν σε επιθέσεις της Σαουδικής Αραβίας στην Υεμένη και σχολίαζαν μόνο τη διαδικασία που ακολουθήθηκε από το υπουργείο Άμυνας. Α.Χ https://info-war.gr/i-s-aravia-vomvardise-scholiko-leoforeio-me-anilika-paidia-stin-yemeni/
          Yemen: Ba kẻ cưỡng hiếp và sát hại bé trai 10 tuổi bị xử tử nơi công cộng      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Vào hôm qua (ngày 8/8), đám đông người dân đã tụ hợp lại ở quảng trường Tahrir thuộc thủ đô Sana'a của Yemen để chứng kiến cảnh hành hình 3 tên tù đọng này.

Đây là hình phạt dành cho ba kẻ đã cưỡng dâm và giết chết cậu bé Mosad Saleh al-Mothana, 10 tuổi cách đây không lâu. Đầu tiên, các cảnh sát của Yemen bắt ba người đàn ông trong trang phục xanh dương nằm úp mặt xuống một tấm thảm rồi lần lượt xử bắn. Sau đó, xác những tù này được treo lên cần cẩu ở trên cao để thị chúng, nơi mà hết thảy mọi người đều thấy được.

Yemen: Ba kẻ cưỡng hiếp và sát hại bé trai 10 tuổi bị xử tử nơi công cộng - Ảnh 1.

Tên tù nhân quay sang nhìn vị cảnh sát sắp hành quyết mình lần cuối.

Trước đó, tên tù hãm Hussein al-Saket, 22 tuổi, cũng bị hành quyết theo cách rưa rứa tại quảng trường Tahrir, nơi phiến quân Shiite Huthi nắm quyền kiểm soát từ năm 2014. Saket bị tử hình tội bắt cóc, hãm hiếp và giết chết bé gái 4 tuổi vào tháng 11/2015.

Ông Ali Ayedh, chú ruột của nạn nhân, cho biết Saket đã cùng dự vào cuộc tầm bé gái trước khi bị lộ tẩy, và việc hành quyết công khai tên này là một giải pháp cho việc ngăn chặn số lượng tội nhân đang gia tăng tại đất thi bang a2 nước này.

Theo The Sun


          Yemen’de çocukları taşıyan otobüse saldırı      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Yemen’de çocukları taşıyan bir otobüse düzenlenen saldırıda 43 kişi yaşamını yitirdi. Hayatını kaybedenlerin çoğunun çocuk olduğu belirtiliyor. Saldırıyı Suudi Arabistan öncülüğündeki koalisyonun düzenlediği iddia edildi. Ölen çocukların çoğu 10 yaşın altında.   Uluslararası Kızılhaç Komitesi (ICRC), Yemen’in kuzeyindeki Sada ilinde çocukları taşıyan bir otobüse düzenlenen saldırıda onlarca ölü ve yaralı olduğunu açıkladı. ICRC’nin sosyal paylaşım […]

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Yemeni custom workers at al-Mahra border crossing between Yemen and Oman carry out a strike protesting new tariffs.
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Many children under 10 dead and wounded after air raid on a bus in Saada province, the Red Cross says.
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---Quote--- The Saudi-led coalition has accused Houthi rebels in Yemen of using children as human shields following an attack on a bus on Thursday, saying their airstrikes in Saada...
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          Row over jailed activists won't affect oil shipments to Canada, Saudi minister says. Asset sale overblown. Trudeau stands up to trump and Saudi.       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Under 'longstanding policy,' kingdom's petroleum supplies aren't influenced by political considerations A row over human rights in Saudi Arabia will not have any impact on Saudi oil supplies to Canada, its energy minister said on Thursday, reassuring customers after Riyadh froze new trade with Canada and ruled out mediation efforts. Saudi Arabia, infuriated by Canada's demand last week that jailed activists in the kingdom be released immediately, expelled the Canadian ambassador on Sunday, blocked imports of Canadian grain, and ended state-backed educational and medical programs in Canada. The dispute has threatened to undermine Riyadh's foreign investment drive, a campaign already unsettled by a series of assertive political and diplomatic initiatives by the top oil exporter. Saudi Arabia has a "firm and long-standing policy" that petroleum supplies are not influenced by political considerations, Khalid al-Falih said in a statement. "The current diplomatic crisis between Saudi Arabia and Canada will not, in any way, impact Saudi Aramco's relations with its customers in Canada." The Financial Times reported on Wednesday that the Saudi central bank and state pension funds had instructed their overseas asset managers to sell their Canadian equities, bonds and cash holdings. The Saudi government's Center for International Communication (CIC) posted a tweet late on Wednesday saying "neither the government nor the Central Bank or the state pension fund has issued any instructions regarding the sale of Canadian assets." But it promptly deleted the post without providing an explanation. CIC did not respond to a request for comment. Foreign Affairs Minister Adel al-Jubeir on Wednesday ruled out any mediation efforts and called on Ottawa to "fix its big mistake," saying the kingdom was considering implementing more measures against Canada for interfering in Saudi Arabia's domestic affairs, without elaborating. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau later appeared to extend an olive branch, saying he would keep pressing Saudi Arabia on civil liberties, but also that the Gulf Arab state had made some progress on human rights. "Diplomatic talks continue ... we don't want to have poor relations with Saudi Arabia. It is a country that has great significance in the world, that is making progress in the area of human rights," Trudeau said. Saudi Arabia has in recent months detained several women's rights activists, some of whom had previously campaigned for the right to drive and an end to the kingdom's male guardianship system, the latest to be swept up in a government crackdown on activists, clerics and journalists. 'Impulsive policy-making' Since rising to power in 2015, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has courted Western allies to support his reform plans to modernize and open up the kingdom, offering billions of dollars in arms sales and promising to fight radicalism in the kingdom. The 32-year-old de facto ruler has launched a campaign of social and economic change, but has not eased the absolute monarchy's total ban on political activism. He has taken a more aggressive stance toward arch-rival Iran, began a three-year war in Yemen and led a boycott of fellow Gulf Arab state Qatar. The latest dispute with Canada is a sign that the prince is willing to risk riling international investors in order to remain in control of the process of change, RBC Capital Markets' Helima Croft wrote in a research note. "Western governments expressing concerns about human rights issues in the kingdom is nothing new and Saudi authorities have long pushed back against what they characterize as inappropriate interference in their internal affairs," she said. But Prince Mohammed is more willing than predecessors to throw caution to the wind, she said, and may be extra sensitive to outside criticism in light of recent challenges implementing his ambitious economic reform agenda. The row with Canada strengthens an impression of impulsive policy-making. "We have seen this before. They overreact and then cannot find a way to back down without losing face," a diplomat in the Gulf region said. In addition to the trade freeze, Riyadh has stopped sending patients to Canadian hospitals and suspended educational exchanges, moving Saudi scholars to other countries. Bilateral trade between Canada and Saudi Arabia is worth more than $3.9 billion a year. Canadian exports to Saudi Arabia were about $1.46 billion in 2017, or 0.2 per cent of the total value of Canadian exports.
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Many of the victims were children under the age of 10, Red Cross says Reported by FT.com 21 minutes ago.
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At least 39 people have been killed, most of them children, in a strike by the Saudi-led coalition that hit a school bus in northern Yemen, a rebel-affiliated health official told dpa. Most of those killed were under 15 years old, said Youssef al-Hadri, a spokesman for the health ministry, which is controlled by the […]

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          BATEX CI-SA : Les travailleurs victimes d’escroquerie et d’injustice      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Les  travailleurs de l’usine de production Batex-ci (Bakary textile commerce et Industrie) ne savent plus à quel saint se vouer. Au-delà du grand retard dans le payement des salaires dû à une négligence coupable du promoteur, sans foi ni loi, ils sont victimes d’une escroquerie  orchestrée à travers laquelle les...

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           Yemen airstrike: Dozens of children 'under ten' killed when missile by Saudi coalition hit schoolbus       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES. At least 43 people died, and as many as 63 people were wounded in the strike in Saada province, which lies along the border with Saudi Arabia.
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Yemeni custom workers at al-Mahra border crossing between Yemen and Oman carry out a strike protesting new tariffs.
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ADEN: Saudi-led coalition air strikes on Thursday (Aug 9) killed dozens of people, including children travelling on a bus, in Yemen's Saada province, Yemeni medical sources and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said. The Western-backed alliance fighting the Iranian-aligned Houthi ...
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“Scores killed, even more injured, most under the age of 10," said an aid agency official.
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Many of the victims were children under the age of 10, Red Cross says
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An attack on a bus carrying children in rebel-held northern Yemen on Thursday left dozens of people dead or wounded, the International Committee of the Red Cross said.The global network of Agence France Presse covers 151 countriesIf you have news to share
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Dozens are dead and wounded after an airstrike hit a bus carrying children in northern Yemen Thursday, according to the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) and eyewitnesses.

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Yemen war: Children killed in Saudi-led air strike on bus
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Dozens of people, many of them school children, have been killed or wounded in a Saudi-led coalition air strike in rebel-held northern Yemen, medics say. The bus was travelling through Dahyan market in Saada province at the time. The health ministry ...
Dozens dead after school bus carrying children hit by airstrike in YemenCNN
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          Comment on Dozens of children slaughtered and injured in coalition airstrike on bus in northern Yemen by galen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Same thing happening to Palestinians. Is there anything lower than killing a child? Why aren't there 7 billion fists in the air? Too much pain. Hard to take. :( :( :( Johnny: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eHc6t1KDM8 .
          Comment on Dozens of children slaughtered and injured in coalition airstrike on bus in northern Yemen by Katie      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Things like this are extremely sad and troubling, I wish I could fix it.
          Yemen'de çocukları taşıyan otobüse saldırı      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Husiler, Yemen'in kuzeyindeki Sada ilinde çocukları taşıyan bir otobüse düzenlenen saldırıda ilk belirlemelere göre çoğu çocuk 39 kişinin öldüğünü, 51 kişinin yaralandığını açıkladı.
          The Latest: Death toll from airstrike in Yemen rises to 43      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — The Latest on developments in Yemen (all times local): 4:05 p.m. Yemen’s Shiite rebels say the death toll from Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on a busy market and bus carrying civilians in the country’s north has risen to 43. The rebel-controlled health ministry...
          Yemen: attaccato bus, 39 bambini morti      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nella provincia di Saada, almeno 50 feriti
          Headlines for August 9, 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Yemen war: Children killed in Saudi-led air strike on bus  BBC News Dozens dead after school bus carrying children hit by

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          Saudi-led coalition airstrike kills at least 43 in Yemen, rebels say       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Saudi-led coalition, who are fighting Shiite rebels, said the attack in Saada targeted the rebels who had fired a missile the previous day at the kingdom’s south, killing one person and wounding 11 others.
          التحالف: استهداف حوثيين بصعدة أطلقوا صاروخا على جازان - سكاي نيوز عربية      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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التحالف: استهداف حوثيين بصعدة أطلقوا صاروخا على جازان
سكاي نيوز عربية
أبوظبي - سكاي نيوز عربية أكد المتحدث باسم قوات التحالف العربي، العقيد تركي المالكي، الخميس، أن التحالف استهداف العناصر الحوثية الإرهابية المسؤولة عن إطلاق الصاروخ البالستي على جازان، ليلة أمس الأربعاء. وقال المالكي، في بيان، إن "الاستهداف الذي تم اليوم (الخميس) في محافظة صعدة عمل عسكري مشروع لاستهداف العناصر التي خططت ونفذت استهداف المدنيين ليلة البارحة في مدينة جازان، وقتلت وأصابت المدنيين.. وتم تنفيذه بما يتوافق مع القانون الدولي الإنساني وقواعده العرفية، وسيتخذ التحالف كافة الإجراءات ضد الأعمال ...
التحالف يكشف سبب استهداف صعدة: عمل مشروعسي ان ان العربية
التحالف: استهداف مطلقي الصاروخ الباليستي على جازانالعربية نت
التحالف السعودي الإماراتي: غارات صعدة عمل مشروعالجزيرة
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          У Ємені педофілів, які зґвалтували та вбили 10-річного хлопчика нанизали на стрілу підйомного крана (ФОТО)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Правоохоронці у Ємені на очах у натовпу стратили трьох педофілів,

які зґвалтували та вбили 10-річного хлопчика, після чого підвісили їх тіла на підйомному крані, передає УНН з посиланням на The Sun Сообщает https://bbcccnn.co/



На фото видно натовп, що зібрався на публічній площі в Сані, столиці Ємену, щоб подивитись на публічну страту трьох головорізів, засуджених за зґвалтування та вбивство десятирічного Мосада Салеха аль-Мотхани.

Єменські офіцери змусили чоловіків, одягнених в сині комбінезони, по черзі лягти обличчям вниз на килим.

Після чого поліцейський здійснив постріл кожному зі злочинців через спину чергою з п’яти куль, спрямованих в серце.

Їх криваві трупи були нанизані на підйомний кран та вивішені перед натовпом

          Saudi coalition airstrike hits school bus killing dozens of children in Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Strike was a 'legitimate military operation carried out in accordance with humanitarian law', Riyadh operations centre says
          At least 43 killed, including children, in attack on Yemen market      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The children killed were reportedly under the age of 15.
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Saudi-led coalition air strikes on Thursday killed dozens of people, including children traveling on a bus through a market, in Yemen's Saada province, a Yemeni health official and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

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Saudi-led coalition admits Yemen attack after children victims on busA Saudi-led coalition battling in Yemen said it carried out an attack in the rebel-held north on Thursday that the Red Cross said hit a bus carrying children, leaving dozens of people dead or wounded. The coalition called the strike a "legitimate military action" that targeted Iran-backed Huthi rebels responsible for a deadly missile attack on the Saudi city of Jizan on Wednesday. "Following an attack this morning on a bus driving children in Dahyan Market, northern Saada, (an ICRC-supported) hospital has received dozens of dead and wounded," the organisation said on Twitter without giving more details.



          Yemen’de okul otobüsü bombalandı: 43 ölü      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yemen’de Sa’ada kentindeki bir pazar yerine düzenlenen saldırıda ölü sayısı 43’e yükseldi.
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Küçük Çocuğu istismar eden 3 sapık Şehrin Ortasında Böyle Sallandırıldı..!Küçük Çocuğu istismar eden 3 sapık Şehrin Ortasında Böyle Sallandırıldı..!
Yemen'in başkentinde, 3 adam 11 yaşındaki erkek çocuğuna cinsel istismarda bulunduktan sonra, çocuğu katlettiler. Vatandaşlar 3 sapığın idam edilişini anbean kameralarına kayıt ettiler...

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Uno scuolabus è stato colpito da un bombardamento aereo probabilmente compiuto dalla coalizione guidata dall'Arabia Saudita: ci sono decine di morti

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Yemen war: Saudi-led air strike on bus kills 29 children
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At least 29 children have been killed and 30 wounded in a Saudi-led coalition air strike in Yemen, the International Committee of the Red Cross says. The children were travelling on a bus that was hit at a market in Dahyan, in the northern province of ...
Airstrike Hits School Bus in Yemen, Killing DozensNew York Times
Yemen: Dozens of civilians killed in school bus attackAljazeera.com
Children among dozens killed in Saudi-led air strike in YemenFinancial Times
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          Bőrbetétes kabát - Jelenlegi ára: 3 000 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Amíg nincs rajta licit fix árban is megtudunk egyezni.
A beleírt méret 10-11év, de barátnőm xs -s es ruhákat hord , kényelmesen jó volt rá.
Ajánlott levélként postán maradóra tudom küldeni.
Személyesen a III. kerületben tudom átadni a munkahelyemen.
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Jelenlegi ára: 3 000 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-09 17:47
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Szelektálom régi ruháimat, ezek rég óta a szekrényben álltak így egy mosás rájuk fér : ) 
Kérésre mérek.  
Ajánlott levélként , csak postán maradóra tudom küldeni.
Személyesen a III. kerületben tudom átadni a munkahelyemen.
Fishbone ruha m-es
Jelenlegi ára: 1 490 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-09 17:46
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Coalition-backed fighters advance on Yemen’s Red Sea port town of Mocha in this Jan. 11 2017, photo.

Die von Saudi-Arabien angeführte und von den Vereinigten Staaten unterstütze Militärkoalition im Bürgerkriegsland Jemen hat offenbar Geld an Kämpfer der terroristischen Organisation al-Kaida gezahlt, damit diese bestimmten Territorien verlassen. Das geht aus einer Recherche der Nachrichtenagentur Associated Press (AP) hervor.

Demnach haben sich Vertreter der Militärkoalition mit den al-Kaida-Kämpfern getroffen, um geheime Abkommen auszuhandeln. Einige der Terroristen wurden dafür bezahlt, Städte und Gebiete zu verlassen, Waffen und Ausrüstung durften sie dabei behalten. Andere Kämpfer wurden angeworben und kämpfen nun selbst für die Militärkoalition unter Führung der Saudis, berichtet die AP.

Vereinigte Staaten unterstützen und bekämpfen al-Kaida im Jemen

Das Vorgehen ist aus militärtaktischen Gründen durchaus widersprüchlich. In dem Konflikt im Jemen arbeiten die USA mit ihren arabischen Verbündeten — insbesondere den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten (VAE) — mit dem Ziel zusammen, al-Kaida auf der Arabischen Halbinsel auszuschalten. Aber die vorrangige Mission ist es, den Bürgerkrieg in dem Land gegen die Huthi-Rebellen — eine schiitische Miliz, die vom Iran unterstützt wird – zu gewinnen. In Kampf gegen die Huthis steht al-Kaida wiederum auf derselben Seite wie die Militärkoalition und somit wie die Vereinigten Staaten.

„Teile des US-Militärs sind sich längst darüber im Klaren, dass vieles, was die USA im Jemen tun, al-Kaida hilft“, sagte Michael Horton, ein Mitarbeiter der Jamestown Foundation, einer US-amerikanischen Analysegruppe, die den Terrorismus auf der Arabischen Halbinsel beobachtet, der AP. „Die Unterstützung der VAE und des Königreichs Saudi-Arabien gegenüber dem, was die USA als iranische Expansion ansehen, hat jedoch Vorrang vor dem Kampf gegen al-Kaida und sogar der Stabilisierung des Jemen“, sagte Horton.

Die Berichte der AP basieren auf Recherchen im Jemen und Interviews mit zwei Dutzend Beamten, darunter jemenitische Sicherheitsbeamte, Miliz-Kommandeure, Mediatoren, die zwischen den Kriegsparteien vermitteln sollen, und vier Mitglieder der al-Kaida. Die meisten dieser Quellen sprachen aus Angst vor Repressalien anonym.

Abdel-Sattar al-Shamiri, ein früherer Berater des Gouverneurs von Taiz im Südwesten Jemens, sagte, dass er die Präsenz von al-Kaida von Anfang an erkannt und den Kommandeuren gesagt habe, keine Mitglieder zu rekrutieren. „Ihre Antwort war: 'Wir werden im Angesicht der Huthis einen Pakt mit dem Teufel schließen'“, so al-Shamiri. 

40 Menschen bei Luftangriff von Militärkoalition getötet

Ein jemenitischer Kommandeur, der letztes Jahr in die Liste der US-Terroristen für seine Beziehungen zu al-Kaida aufgenommen wurde, erhält laut weiterhin Geld von den VAE, um seine Miliz zu leiten, teilte sein eigener Berater der AP mit. Ein anderer Kommandeur, dem der jemenitische Präsident vor kurzem zwölf Millionen Dollar für seine Streitkräfte zur Verfügung gestellt hatte, hat eine bekannte al-Kaida-Figur als seine engste Beraterin. In einem Fall gab ein Mediator, der einen Deal zwischen den Emiratis und al-Kaida ausgehandelt hatte, den Extremisten sogar ein Abschiedsessen.

Horton sagte der AP, vieles seitens der Militärkoalition im dem Krieg gegen al-Kaida seit eine „Farce“. „Es ist jetzt fast unmöglich zu entwirren, wer al-Kaida ist und wer nicht, da so viele Deals gemacht und Allianzen geschlossen wurden.“

Indes starben am Donnerstag bei einem Luftangriff auf einen Schulbus in der Region Saada im Norden des Landes fast 40 Menschen, darunter vor allem Kinder. Ausgeführt wurde der Angriff von der von Saudi-Arabien angeführten Militärkoalition. In einer Stellungnahme sprach diese von einem „legitimen Militäreinsatz“ als Vergeltung für einen Raketenangriff auf die saudische Stadt Dschisan am Vortag. Die Zivilbevölkerung gerät bei den Kämpfen im Jemen immer wieder zwischen die Fronten. Die Versorgungslage in dem Land ist verheerend; Organisation wie Ärzte ohne Grenzen sprechen von einer humanitären Katastrophe beispiellosen Ausmaßes.

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Saudi-led coalition air strikes on Thursday killed dozens of people, including children travelling on a bus through a market, in Yemen's Saada province, a Yemeni health official and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

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Un bombardeo en Yemen que alcanzó a un autobús dejó al menos 43 muertos, incluidos varios niños, y 63 heridos, según autoridades locales.
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Dozens of children, many believed to be under the age of 10 and on their way to summer camps, have been killed after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a school bus in northern Yemen on Thursday.
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The International Committee of the Red Cross said on Twitter that its team at an ICRC supported hospital in Saada received the bodies of 29 children, all under 15 years old. It also received 48 wounded people, including 30 children, it said.
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Dozens are dead and wounded after an airstrike hit a bus carrying children in northern Yemen, according to the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) and eyewitnesses.

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El portavoz de la Cruz Roja en el Yemen, Adnan Hazam, informo de que 29 menores murieron en un bombardeo contra autobuses en un mercado de la ciudad de Dahian, en el norte de la provincia septentrional de Saada, feudo de los rebeldes hutíes chiíes.
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Al menos 29 niños murieron en un ataque contra un autobús en una provincia del norte de Yemen, en la cual la coalición liderada por Arabia Saudita anunció haber efectuado una "operación militar legítima"

Un hospital con apoyo del Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR) "recibió los cuerpos de 29 niños de menos de 15 años y 48 heridos, entre ellos 30 niños", anunció la organización en Twitter. 

En Saná, la capital de Yemen controlada por los rebeldes hutíes, un portavoz del CICR explicó que el balance de víctimas no es definitivo porque algunos fueron a otros hospital. 

Según la coalición dirigida por Arabia Saudita, que interviene en Yemen para apoyar las fuerzas del presidente Abd Rabbo Mansur Hadi, el ataque fue "legítimo" aunque no especificó cual era el objetivo.

"El ataque que se registró en la provincia de Saada es una operación militar legítima contra elementos que (...) dispararon un misil hacia la ciudad (saudita) de Jizan, causando un muerto y heridos entre los civiles", señaló en un comunicado.

Mientras que el CICR dijo que "según el derecho humanitario internacional, hay que proteger a los civiles durante los conflictos".

"De nuevo, numerosos niños habrían muerto o resultado heridos cuando un autobús escolar fue atacado en el norte de Yemen. Todos estos niños tendrían menos de 15 años ¿El mundo realmente necesita ver más niños inocentes muertos para poner fin a la guerra cruel en Yemen?", se preguntó el director del Fondo de Naciones Unidas para la Infancia (Unicef) para Oriente Medio, Geert Cappelaere.

La coalición anunció que la defensa antiaérea saudita había interceptado en el sur del país un misil lanzado por los rebeldes hutíes, cuyo restos mataron a un yemení e hirieron a otras once personas.

Hace una semana la misma coalición negó rotundamente haber lanzado ataques que, según el CICR, dejaron 55 muertos y 170 heridos en Hodeida, en el oeste de Yemen.

La ciudad de Hodeida está bajo control de los hutíes, que también acusan a la coalición de ser responsable de estos ataques. Pero la coalición, que ya sido acusada de otros ataques indiscriminados, los desmiente y acusa a su vez a los rebeldes.

Los responsables de la coalición admitieron su responsabilidad en algunos ataques en los que murieron civiles pero acusan a los hutíes de mezclarse con los civiles o utilizarlos como escudos humanos.

La coalición volvió a repetir este argumento tras haber afirmado en un primer momento que el objetivo eran responsables de disparos de misiles a Arabia Saudita.

Sus responsables afirman que "esta operación fue llevada a cabo respetando el derecho humanitario internacional" y acusa a lo hutíes de reclutar a niños.

Los rebeldes hutíes, que forman parte de la minoría zaidita (una rama del chiismo), se consideran marginados en un país mayoritariamente sunita y tienen el apoyo de Irán, que niega sin embargo darles apoyo militar.

La guerra de Yemen dejó más de 10 mil muertos desde la intervención de la coalición en marzo de 2015 y provocó "la peor crisis humanitaria" en el mundo, según la ONU.


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A Yemeni boy lies in the hospital after he was injured by an airstrike in Saada

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People around the nation are obsessed with Joanna Gaines for a plethora of reasons: her charming personality, her perfect design aesthetic, her sweet relationship with husband Chip, and, of course, her new bundle of joy, Crew Gaines!

One of the things that fans love most about Joanna Gaines, however, is her willingness to step out and try new things! She is always using her creative ideas and attaching momentum to them! Now, she has made an exciting announcement!

On Wednesday night, Joanna revealed that her design book is almost complete! She posted about the huge milestone on social media and shared some powerful words about the meaning of home.

She wrote, “My design book is finally on its way to the printer and we are officially DONE! I couldn’t have done it without this team. We’ve been working on this project for quite some time and now it’s hard to describe what I’m feeling tonight…Thankful. Relieved. Vulnerable. Giddy. Hopeful.”

She continued,  “I believe Home is the most important place on earth. And at the end of the day, it’s not really all  about decorating or even a specific style…it’s about your story.”

“My hope is that this book isn’t just pages filled with pretty pictures but that it is a guide that helps you create a home and space that you truly love,” she concluded. “Homebody will be available later this fall and you can preorder at the link in my profile. #HomebodyDesignBook.”

After Joanna shared the news, fans were ecstatic! Below are some of the comments:

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This announcement comes a year after Chip Gaines released his book: “Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff.”

Congrats to the happy couple on their continued success! While their achievements have been huge, it is still their character and faith that draw people to them!

Do you love Chip and Jo and will you read this new design book? Let us know! In other breaking news, please be praying for the dozens of children who were killed on a school bus after being hit by an airstrike.


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This week, a famous retailer in the U.S. announced that they will be shutting down all remaining manufacturing facilities. Crocs, a popular shoe company, made the announcement after a few years of struggling to make it financially in the era of online shopping.

In the spring of 2017, the company revealed that they would be shutting down hundreds of stores due to the decline of in-person sales. Crocs president Andrew Rees said that they were wanting to “focus on removing unnecessary complexity from our business, we conducted a comprehensive review of our cost structure.”

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Now, a year later, Crocs has revealed two important announcements. They will be closing all of their remaining manufacturing facilities, and one of their most important executives, their executive vice president and chief financial officer, will be resigning.

The company said that the reason for shutting down the manufacturing facilities was to "simplify the business and improve profitability." The company is based out of Niwot, Colorado. However, their manufacturing facilities are located in Mexico and Italy. Both bases will shut down.

According to CBS News, Carrie Teffner, the company’s executive vice president and chief financial officer, will be leaving the company as of April 1, 2019. According to the company, former Zappos’ employee Anne Mehlman will be taking over Teffner’s duties.

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The news of the manufacturing facilities shutting down does not necessarily mean that the company is going out of business, but it does mean that they have been unable to survive with the same popularity that they once had and it could point to a bleak future. 

The company launched in 2002 and took the world by storm. Their shoes became particularly popular among hospital workers because of their extreme comfort. However, among the fashionistas of the world, Crocs were simply the punch line of many jokes.

Last quarter, the company revealed they had closed an additional 28 stores. That, combined with the hundreds they had closed last year, leaves around 400 locations left worldwide.

After the news was made about the increased number of stores shutting down and now the manufacturing facilities, the Internet began freaking out. Some were rejoicing about the potential end of Crocs, while others are upset! Below are some of the hilarious comments: 

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https://twitter.com/FaeWilly/status/1027557541088243713

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https://twitter.com/mckenzie_steele/status/1027557244915863557

https://twitter.com/Kkandbabyjfanpg/status/1027555278630395907

https://twitter.com/AlinaCiesla/status/1027554549609975809

https://twitter.com/allieeewoodward/status/1027391926918631425

At this point, the president remains hopeful for the company's future. What do you think about this announcement? Let us know! Do you wear the shoes?! In other recent news, please be praying for the dozens of children on their way to camp who were killed in a bus from an airstrike. 


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On Wednesday, August 8th, sports star Lance Armstrong was hospitalized following a horrible bike accident. He was riding the Tom Blake Trail in Aspen, Colorado when he wrecked and “bashed up his face,” according to TMZ.

The former Tour De France champion shared details about the accident on social media admitting he took “quite the blow” to his head. After a visit to the emergency room, it appears that Armstrong did not suffer any serious injuries.

“Well, sometimes you’re the hammer and sometimes you’re the nail! The Tom Blake trail (one of my faves) came up and tried to KO my a-- today,” the professional cyclist stated. “Took quite the blow to the noggin’ so swung by the Aspen Valley Hospital (great facility!) to get my head checked. For the 46 years prior to today I completely would have blown off getting checked. Not now."

Armstrong also shared an uplifting aspect to this story. A random man who took a photo (below) of him and his friends a few weeks ago ended up being his doctor at the ER.

“Small world story - a few weeks back I posted a picture of @ghincapie, @mikekloser, and myself. Credit photo to ‘some dude at top of buttermilk’. Well, that ‘dude’ turned out to be @ajaxrider - the ER doc on duty today! Charlie, thanks for looking after me.”

See the post-accident selfie of Armstrong below:

Fans chimed in with their prayers and well wishes. “Hope you heal fast! Take care of yourself,” wrote one Instagram user. “Lance, get well soon. you are the greatest!” added another fan.

Please pray for Armstrong as he recovers from his accident! If more details are released, this article will be updated accordingly. 

In other breaking news, dozens of children were tragically killed in a school bus after being hit by an airstrike.


          Frontier Airlines Under Major Fire for How They Treated Unaccompanied Young Children      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Bizarre airline fiascos continue to dominate global headlines since the United Airlines controversy where a doctor was dragged off the flight by employees in 2017. In recent months, one person died on a Southwest Airlines flight after almost getting sucked out of a window and another family was kicked off a plane when their child was believed to have lice.

The most recent airline disaster to grab global attention involves two unaccompanied minors flying with Frontier. The young children — a 9-year-old boy and his 7-year-old sister — were allegedly mistreated by Frontier staff while flying without their parents.

https://twitter.com/LaurenPozenWSB/status/1027495228595478528

The siblings were traveling to Orlando Florida, but a severe storm forced the plane to circle the airport for one hour before taking another route to land in Atlanta, Georgia after midnight. Several hours later, the kids were taken to a hotel by Frontier staff members.

However, they were separated into different rooms for lodging. Later, the father discovered that his son slept in the same room with a boy who was five years older than him — a scenario he was clearly uncomfortable with.

During this entire catastrophe, the parents were never contacted by the airline; they were only up-to-speed by staying in contact with their children via texting.  

Frontier released a statement in response claiming they followed all necessary protocols: “Our records show that the children were in contact with their mother before being transported to the hotel and with their father the following morning...in keeping with Frontier’s policy, the children were attended to at all times by a Frontier supervisor, placed in a hotel room overnight, and provided with food.”

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The father said his kids were only provided with rice crispy treats and water to eat and drink.

“We understand how an unexpected delay caused by weather can be stressful for a parent and our goal is to help passengers get to their destinations as quickly and safely as possible,” the statement continued.

Unfortunately, there are no legal obligations or regulations regarding the requirements of unaccompanied children on airline flights. The treatment of children is entirely up to the airline.  

Watch the TODAY video below for more information:

https://twitter.com/TODAYshow/status/1027521600260919297

Where do you stand on this controversial issue? Share your thoughts in our Facebook comments. In breaking news, dozens of children were tragically killed in a school bus after being hit by an airstrike.


          Dozens of Kids On Way to Summer Camps Killed in School Bus After Being Hit by Airstrike      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Horrible news was reported on Thursday morning that dozens of children have been killed in a school bus. The tragedy took place in northern Yemen when the bus was hit by an airstrike. The news of the tragedy is now sending a wave of grief across the world.

https://twitter.com/Peace2Palestine/status/1027529640049631232

According to CNN, dozens were killed and injured, most of which who were under the age of ten. The International Committee for the Red Cross said that the bus was hit by an airstrike as they were driving through a market in Saada.

https://twitter.com/toriyoung22/status/1027530474778841094

Johannes Bruwer, the head of the ICRC in Yemen wrote, “Scores killed, even more injured, most under the age of ten. @ICRC_ye sending additional supplies to hospitals to cope with the influx.”

The area that the bus was driving through is reportedly a rebel-held province. Reportedly, a Saudi-led Coalition has been attempting a  military campaign to remove the rebels from the area. 

https://twitter.com/KREM2/status/1027529989116362752

Witnesses revealed that the horrific attack could be heard even in neighboring districts. The head of the Houthi health office in Saada confirmed to CNN that the young children were headed to summer camps when the accident took place.

https://twitter.com/ToryFibs/status/1027530626096943104

Reports are claiming different numbers of young children that were killed in this attack. Some sources claim at least 20 deaths, while others give a range up to 43. At this point, the exact number is unclear. 

https://twitter.com/NewsSyndicate/status/1027502905828548608

As soon as this tragic news was revealed, many people took to social media to talk about the continual tragedies that take place in the country and the potential action plans that could benefit the safety of the civilians. 

At this point, all we can do is pray for peace for the families of the children who lost their lives and for recovery for those still fighting. Please share your prayers here! In other news to be praying for, a famous golfer just passed away at 36 from cancer. Pray for his family as well.


          Atac aerian asupra unui autobuz plin cu copii, în Yemen. Cel puțin 43 de morți, majoritatea cu vârste sub 10 ani      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cel puțin 43 de oameni au murit și alți 61 au fost răniți, joi dimineață, într-un atac aerian care a lovit și un microbuz plin cu copii care mergeau la școală, într-o provincie din nordul Yemenului, anunță reprezentanţa Comitetului Internaţional al Crucii Roşii, citată de presa internațională.
          Dozens killed, including children on a bus, in Yemen air strikes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Saudi-led coalition air strikes on Thursday killed dozens of people, including children travelling on a bus through a market, in Yemen's Saada province, a Yemeni health official and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said. The Western-backed alliance fighting the Iranian-aligned Houthi group in Yemen said in a statement that the air strikes targeted missile launchers used to attack the southern Saudi city of Jizan on Wednesday, killing a Yemeni civilian there. It accused the Houthis of using children as human shields and said the strikes were carried out in accordance with international humanitarian law. Houthi spokesman Mohammed Abdul-Salam said the coalition showed "clear disregard for civilian life" as the attack had targeted a crowded public place in the city. The ICRC said a strike hit the bus driving children in Dahyan market, in northern Saada. "Our shops were open and shoppers were walking around as usual. All of those who died were residents, children and shop owners," witness Moussa Abdullah, who was being treated in hospital for wounds, told Reuters. The ICRC said on its Twitter account that its medical team at the ICRC-supported hospital in Saada had...
          «Освободительная» война в Афганистане и Йемене: как США способствуют развитию международного терроризма       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


Федеральное агентство новостей предлагает ознакомиться с переводом статьи Пола Пиллара «Counterproductive Counterterrorism in Afghanistan and Yemen» («Освободительная» война в Афганистане и Йемене: СШ...

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          Yémen: au moins 29 enfants tués dans une attaque contre un bus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Au moins 29 enfants ont ete tues dans une attaque qui a vise jeudi un bus dans le nord du Yemen sous controle rebelle, a annonce le Comite...
          Yémen: plus de trois ans de guerre depuis l'intervention de la coalition arabe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rappel du conflit au Yemen depuis l'intervention d'une coalition arabe sous commandement saoudien en mars 2015 pour soutenir les forces...
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A Yemeni boy lies in the hospital after he was injured by an airstrike in Saada

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          Υεμένη: Τουλάχιστον 29 παιδιά σκοτώθηκαν σε επίθεση εναντίον λεωφορείου       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Τουλάχιστον 29 παιδιά ηλικίας κάτω των 15 ετών σκοτώθηκαν στην επίθεση εναντίον ενός λεωφορείου, σήμερα, στη βόρεια Υεμένη, γνωστοποίησε η Διεθνής Επιτροπή Ερυθρού Σταυρού.


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Dozens are dead and wounded after an airstrike hit a bus carrying children in northern Yemen, according to the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) and eyewitnesses.
          Des dizaines d’enfants tués après des frappes aériennes dans le nord du Yémen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Des frappes aériennes ont tué des dizaines de personnes, dont des enfants, dans la province de Saada, dans le nord du Yémen, ont annoncé jeudi les services médicaux yéménites et le Comité international de la Croix-Rouge.

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          Yémen: plus de trois ans de guerre depuis l’intervention de la coalition arabe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Rappel du conflit au Yémen depuis l'intervention d'une coalition arabe sous commandement saoudien en mars 2015 pour soutenir les forces progouvernementales et repousser l'avancée des rebelles Houthis.La guerre a fait depuis plus de 10.000 morts, ...

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          New Air Force colonel to preside in Guantánamo’s stalled USS Cole case      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Decenas de niños mueren en un bombardeo en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
***Decenas de niños que iban en un autobús escolar murieron en un bombardeo aéreo liderado por la coalición saudí, el 9 de agosto de 2018. Los niños iban en un bus hacia un campamento de verano cuando fueron impactados por el bombardeo Arabia Saudita dice que el ataque fue legítimo y fue una represalia por […]
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(CNN) Dozens of children, many under the age of 10, have been killed in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike that hit a school bus in northern Yemen on Thursday. The children were on a summer school field trip when their bus was struck at a market, the ...
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          Dozens killed, including children on a bus, in Yemen air strikes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Western-backed alliance fighting the Iranian-aligned Houthi group said the strike was in retaliation for one in Saudi Arabia the day before.
          Saudi Arabia’s human rights nightmare continues with bombing of school bus in Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Children treated for injuries after a Saudi-led coalition hit a school bus.The air strike "conformed to international and humanitarian laws," Saudi spokesman Col Turki al-Malki said in a statement during a week where Saudi Arabia has made a lot of claims about its human rights.
          Market - The U.S.-Backed Saudi Coalition Just Targeted a Bus Full of Children, Killing 43      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saudi-led coalition air strikes today killed dozens of people, including children travelling on a bus, in Yemen's Saada province, Yemeni medical sources and the International...
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Watch Video Dozens of children, many believed to be under the age of 10 and on their way to summer camps, have been killed after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a school...
           At least 29 children killed in strike on Yemen bus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A strike on a bus in rebel-held northern Yemen killed at least 29 children on Thursday, the Red Cross said, as the Saudi-led coalition faced a growin
          Al menos 29 niños que viajaban en un autobús escolar mueren en Yemen tras un ataque aéreo de Arabia Saudita - BBC Mundo      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Al menos 29 niños que viajaban en un autobús escolar mueren en Yemen tras un ataque aéreo de Arabia Saudita
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El autobús escolar regresaba este jueves de una excursión cuando el chofer se detuvo por una bebida en el mercado de Dahyan, en la norteña provincia yemenita de Saada, controlada por la oposición. Fue entonces cuando ocurrió el ataque: un avión de ...

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          Yemen de, 10 Yaşındaki Çocuğa İşkence Eden Üç Sapık, ...      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yemen'de, 10 yaşındaki erkek çocuğuna tecavüz ettikten sonra işkence ederek öldüren üç pedofili erkek, şehir meydanında vurulduktan sonra vince asıldı.
          Yemen’deki Hava Saldırısının Kurbanı Çocuklar Oldu      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Suudi Arabistan liderliğindeki koalisyonun düzenlediği hava saldırılarında onlarca kişi öldü, ölenler arasında otobüsle seyahat eden çocuklar da var. Koalisyon, Husiler’i çocukları canlı kalkan olarak kullanmakla da suçladı
          Yemen’de okul otobüsü bombalandı: 43 ölü      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yemen’de Sa’ada kentindeki bir pazar yerine düzenlenen saldırıda ölü sayısı 43’e yükseldi.Suudi Arabistan önderliğindeki koalisyon güçleri sivillerin bulunduğu pazar yerine saldırdı. Saldırı sırasında pazar yerinde bulunan okul otobüsü...
          29 Children Killed, 30 Injured In Yemen After Airstrikes Hit School Bus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

At least 29 children have been killed and 40 wounded in a Saudi-led coalition air strike in Yemen, the International Committee of the Red Cross has said.

The post 29 Children Killed, 30 Injured In Yemen After Airstrikes Hit School Bus appeared first on Concise News.


          Yemen’de okul otobüsü bombalandı: 43 ölü      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yemen’de Sa’ada kentindeki bir pazar yerine düzenlenen saldırıda ölü sayısı 43’e yükseldi.Suudi Arabistan önderliğindeki koalisyon güçleri sivillerin bulunduğu pazar yerine saldırdı. Saldırı sırasında pazar yerinde bulunan okul otobüsü...
          Airstrike by U.S. ally on bus carrying Yemeni children kills and wounds scores      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Dozens of civilians, mostly children, were killed or injured in an airstrike on Thursday by U.S. allies on a bus in a crowded market in northern Yemen, according to health officials and international aid agencies.

In a tweet, the International Committee for the Red Cross said the attack targeted...


          MORTI ALMENO 29 BIMBI      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rai YEMEN, RAID SCUOLABUS Almeno 29 bambini, tutti sotto i 15 anni, sono morti e altre 48 persone, tra cui 30 bimbi, sono rimaste ferite nel nord dello Yemen in seguito a raid aerei che hanno colpito uno scuolabus e un affollato mercato nella provincia di Saada: lo riportano i media internazionali. L'attacco è stato sferrato dalla coalizione a guida saudita che parla di "raid legittimo", in risposta a quello subito la notte scorsa contro una città saudita. In precedenza L'Arabia Saudita aveva reso noto che un civile è morto e 11 sono rimasti feriti da frammenti di un missile lanciato dai ribelli sciiti dello Yemen nel sud del regno.
          Yemen'de Suudi hava saldırısı: 39 ölü      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Yemen’in kuzeyindeki Saada kentine düzenlenen Suudi hava saldırısında 39 kişi hayatını kaybetti, 51 kişi yaralandı.

Suudi Arabistan öncülüğündeki koalisyonun Yemen’in kuzeyindeki Saada kentine düzenlediği hava saldırısında 39 kişi hayatını kaybetti, 51 kişi yaralandı. 

Uluslararası Kızılhaç Komitesi (ICRC) sosyal hesabında yaptığı açıklamada, Saada'nın Dahyan ilçesinde bir otobüse yapılan hava saldırısında çoğu çocuk 39 kişinin hayatını kaybettiğini, 51 kişinin de yaralandığını duyurdu.

Olay yerine giden sağlık ekiplerinin yaralıları hastaneye kaldırdığı kaydedildi. 

Suudi Arabistan'ın 2015'ten beri devam eden Yemen müdahalesi 10 binin üzerinde sivilin yaşamını yitirmesine, milyonlarca sivilin kıtlık ve salgın hastalık yaşamasına yol açtı.


          Saudi-led strike kills dozens of children on school field trip in Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dozens of children, many under the age of 10, have been killed in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike that hit a school bus in northern Yemen on Thursday. The children were on a summer school field trip when their bus was struck at a market, the first stop of the day, killing 50 and injuring 77. Most of the children were inside the bus when the airstrike hit, according to a medic, Yahya al-Hadi. The International Committee for the Red Cross […]
          السعودية تعاقب كندا على انتقادها اعتقال حقوقيين      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

الأمير محمد بن سلمان آل سعود، ولي عهد المملكة العربية السعودية، يحضر اجتماعا ثنائيا مع الأمين العام للأمم المتحدة، أنطونيو غوتيريس، في الجناح التنفيذي بمقر الأمم المتحدة في نيويورك.

©2018 ألبن لوهر-جونز/باسيفك بريس/لايت روكت عبر "غيتي إيمجز"

تهاجم السعودية كندا دبلوماسيا، محذّرة دول العالم: مَن ينتقد سجلنا في حقوق الإنسان سيدفع الثمن.

أثارت تغريدة لوزارة الخارجية الكندية تطالب فيها بالإفراج الفوري عن نشطاء حقوق الإنسان المعتقلين غيظ المملكة العربية السعودية التي فتحت باب أزمة دبلوماسية على مصراعيه. أعلنت وزارة الخارجية السعودية في بيان في 5 أغسطس/آب أنها ستطرد السفير الكندي وتجمد جميع المعاملات التجارية والاستثمارات الجديدة بسبب "التدخل الكندي في الشؤون الداخلية للمملكة". بعد بضعة أيام، أعلنت السعودية تعليقها رحلات الخطوط الجوية السعودية إلى كندا واستدعاء جميع الطلاب السعوديين من الجامعات الكندية.

على حلفاء السعودية وجميع الدول التي تحترم حقوق الإنسان أن تتنبه إلى هذه الأزمة الدبلوماسية المتفاقمة. لا تكتفي السعودية برئاسة ولي العهد الأمير محمد بن سلمان بإسكات حقوقييها بوحشية، بل تحاول أيضا قمع انتقادات الدول الأخرى لأفعالها. بذلك، يشير ولي العهد إلى أن انتقاد السعودية لسجلها الملطخ في مجال حقوق الإنسان يعرّض الدولة المنتقدة لخطر انقطاع كامل للعلاقات التجارية والدبلوماسية مع المملكة.

هذه ليست المرة الأولى التي تهدد فيها السعودية بانتقام دبلوماسي واقتصادي من منتقديها. في العام الماضي في مجلس حقوق الإنسان التابع للأمم المتحدة، حذرت المملكة من عواقب سياسية واقتصادية سلبية على الدول التي تصوت لصالح قرار بإنشاء لجنة دولية للتحقيق في انتهاكات التحالف الذي تقوده السعودية في اليمن. في عام 2016، اعترف الأمين العام السابق للأمم المتحدة بان كي مون بأن السعودية مارست عليه ضغوطا "غير مشروعة" لشطبها عن "القائمة السوداء" السنوية، والتي أُدرجت عليها بسبب انتهاكاتها ضد الأطفال في اليمن، وفي نهاية المطاف، رضخت الأمم المتحدة.

يُحتسب للحكومة الكندية أنها أيّدت إنشاء آلية للتحقيق في الانتهاكات في اليمن، ولم تتراجع في مواجهة أحدث أساليب التخويف السعودية. قالت وزيرة الخارجية كريستيا فريلاند الثلاثاء إن "كندا ستدافع دائما عن حقوق الإنسان، بما في ذلك حقوق المرأة وحرية التعبير حول العالم".

لم تستهدف رسالة السعودية كندا فقط، ولكن كلّ مَن يتحدى سجل حقوق الإنسان في المملكة ويشدّد على فراغ "أجندة الإصلاح" في المملكة من مضمون فعلي.


          Más de 30 niños mueren en ataque a un autobús en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Unos 39 muertos y más de 50 heridos fue el saldo que dejó este jueves un ataque de la aviación saudita contra un autobús en el que viajaban estudiantes yemeníes en la noroccidental provincia de Saada. El movimiento Ansar Allah (hutí), de ese país, mantiene desde fines de 2014 una guerra contra el Gobierno del presidente Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.
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Saudi-led coalition air strikes on Thursday killed dozens of people, including children travelling on a bus through a market, in Yemen's Saada province, a Yemeni health official and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

          O Ülkede Şok Saldırı: 6 Öğretmen Öldürüldü!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Suudi Arabistan'ın Yemen sınırında bulunan Jazan kentinde bir öğretmen, altı meslektaşını vurarak öldürdü. Olayda iki kişi de yaralandı.
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Strike on Yemen bus kills many children. Myanmar says UN has already been allowed to go Northern Rakhine to do survey.
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El hospital de Haydan, en la gobernación de Saada, trata de ofrecer cobertura médica a miles de yemeníes curtidos en la violencia que asuela una región montañosa donde el transporte es especialmente difícil.

etiquetas: yemen, arabia saudita, guerra, bombardeos, civiles

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          Ataque aéreo a autobús escolar deja 43 muertos en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Un hospital apoyado por la Cruz Roja ha recibido a “docenas de muertos y heridos” después del bombardeo contra el autobús escolar en el mercado Dahyan, en el norte de la ciudad de Saada, indicó el CICR en su cuenta de Twitter. YEMEN.- Al menos 43 personas murieron y otras 61 resultaron heridas hoy durante un […]
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Dozens of children, most believed to be under the age of 10, have been killed after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a school bus in northern Yemen Thursday.
          Raid de la coalition saoudienne au Yémen : 29 enfants trouvent la mort      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ce jeudi matin, un bus a été touché par un raid de la coalition emmenée par l'Arabie saoudite au Yémen. Une trentaine d'enfants âgés de moins de 15 ans ont trouvé la mort.

L’article Raid de la coalition saoudienne au Yémen : 29 enfants trouvent la mort est apparu en premier sur LeMuslimPost.


          In a Week of Deadly Airstrikes and Civilian Deaths, Saudi Arabia Adds School Bus and 50 Yemeni Children to the List      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The bombing of the school bus, the Saleh bedouin camp, as well as a family farm were among the dozens of massive Saudi attacks targeting Yemeni civilians this week.

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          Mueren 29 niños en un ataque contra un autobús en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
La defensa antiaérea saudita había interceptado un misil lanzado por los rebeldes hutíes.
          La Cruz Roja reportó la muerte de al menos 29 niños en un bombardeo en Yemen de la coalición que lidera Arabia Saudita      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
El ataque ocurrió en Saada, bastión de los rebeldes hutíes, y una bomba cayó sobre un autobús que llevaba a los menores a un mercado. Riad aseguró que el bombardeo era "legítimo" como respuesta a un misil lanzado por las milicias proiraníes
          حمله هوایی به یک اتوبوس مدرسه در یمن ده‌ها کودک را کشت و مجروح کرد      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
بار دیگر حملات سنگین هوایی به یمن جان چندین نفر را گرفت. این بار به یک اتوبوس مدرسه در منطقه تحت کنترل شورشیان حوثی حمله شد و دست‌کم ۳۹ نفر کشته بر جای گذاشت. وزارت بهداشت حوثی‌ها اعلام کرد که این حملات در شمال صنعا صورت گرفت و بیشتر کشته‌شدگان و بیش از ۴۰ مجروح این حادثه را کودکان تشکیل می‌دهند. ساکنان محل گفته‌اند اتوبوسی که مورد حمله قرار گرفته کودکان را به یک مدرسه تابستانی می‌برد. کمیته صلیب سرخ جهانی از کشته و زخمی شدن ده‌ها نفر خبر داده و گفته است که مجروحان در بیمارستان تحت درمان قرار گرفتند. حملات هوایی به یمن توسط ائتلاف عربی به ‌رهبری عربستان سعودی انجام می‌شود. این ائتلاف در بیانیه‌ای گفته است این حمله «اقدامی قانونی» در تلافی حمله موشکی چهارشنبه شیعیان حوثی‌ به شهر جازان (جیزان) انجام شد. در این حمله که روز چهارشنبه صورت گرفت یک نفر کشته و ۱۱ نفر زخمی شدند. ائتلاف عربی از مارس ۲۰۱۵ میلادی (فروردین ۱۳۹۴) به دفاع از دولت عبد ربه منصور هادی، رئیس‌جمهوری یمن مداخله نظامی خود در این کشور را آغاز کرد. از آن زمان تاکنون مدافعان حقوق بشر بارها حملات ائتلاف عربی به یمن را که منجر به کشته شدن هزاران غیرنظامی شده مورد انتقاد قرار داده‌اند.

          Dozens of Children Killed and Injured in Saudi Airstrike on Bus in Yemen (2:44) / RT Channel on YouTube      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Raid saudita uccide 29 bimbi: “Nostra azione rispetta la legge”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Non si sa ancora quante siano le vittime dell’ultimo raid dell’Arabia Saudita in Yemen. Quel che si sa – e che si può vedere dalle foto diffuse dalle agenzie – è che si è trattato di un vero e proprio massacro. L’ultimo di una lunga serie di questa guerra.  La notizia è stata diffusa dal […]

L'articolo Raid saudita uccide 29 bimbi:
“Nostra azione rispetta la legge”
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          Xe buýt chở học sinh Yemen bị không kích, 43 người thiệt mạng      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Một đứa trẻ được điều trị tại bệnh viện ở Saada, Yemen sau vụ không kích hôm nay. Ảnh: AFP. Vụ tấn công xảy ra hôm nay tại tỉnh Saada, khiến hàng chục người thiệt mạng và bị thương, trong đó có nhiều trẻ em, Reuters dẫn thông tin từ Ủy ban Chữ thập Đỏ quốc tế (ICRC) […]
          Dozens killed, including children on a bus, in Yemen air strikes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A Western-backed alliance fighting the Iranian-aligned Houthi group said the strike was in retaliation for one in Saudi Arabia the day before.
          Yemen rebels say Saudi coalition airstrike in north kills 50       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yemen rebels say Saudi coalition airstrike in north kills 50
          Atac aerian în Yemen, asupra unui autobuz plin cu copii: Cel puțin 39 de persoane au murit      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Dozens Of Children Killed In Saudi Led Airstrike On Bus In Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a bus carrying children in northern Yemen on Thursday The Red Cross confirmed that the attack killed and injured dozens, many of whom were children under the age of 10. [...]

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          Al menos 29 niños que viajaban en un autobús escolar mueren en Yemen tras un ataque aéreo de Arabia Saudita - BBC Mundo      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Al menos 29 niños que viajaban en un autobús escolar mueren en Yemen tras un ataque aéreo de Arabia Saudita
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El autobús escolar regresaba este jueves de una excursión cuando el chofer se detuvo por una bebida en el mercado de Dahyan, en la norteña provincia yemenita de Saada, controlada por la oposición. Fue entonces cuando ocurrió el ataque: un avión de ...

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          Yemen rebels say Saudi coalition airstrike in north kills 50      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — An airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels hit a bus driving in a busy market in northern Yemen on Thursday, killing least 50 people including children and wounding 77, Yemen's rebel-run Al Masirah TV said citing rebel Health Ministry figures.
          Yemen rebels say Saudi coalition airstrike in north kills 50      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — An airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels hit a bus driving in a busy market in northern Yemen on Thursday, killing least 50 people including children and wounding 77, Yemen's rebel-run Al Masirah TV said citing rebel Health Ministry figures.
          Yémen : au moins 29 enfants tués dans une attaque contre un bus (images choquantes)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Selon la représentation du Comité international de la Croix-Rouge, des dizaines de personnes ont été tuées, dont au moins 29 enfants, et plusieurs blessées dans une attaque contre un bus transportant des enfants sur le marché de Dahyan, dans le nord de Saada, au Yémen. Les Houthis ont accusé la coalition internationale menée par l’Arabie […]

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          Comment on Dozens of children slaughtered and injured in coalition airstrike on bus in northern Yemen by Charles Walker      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/08/09/570676/Iran-Yemen-Saudi-War watch this one min video of one child
          Comment on Dozens of children slaughtered and injured in coalition airstrike on bus in northern Yemen by # 1 NWO Hatr      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
“Today’s attack in Saada was a legitimate military operation… it conformed to international and humanitarian laws,” WHAT THE HELL ELSE WOULD YOU EXPECT FROM A STINKING CRYPTO-jEW????? MURDERING SCUM!!!!! :mad:
          Yemen, raid saudita colpisce uno scuolabus: 43 morti, quasi tutti bambini. Riad: "Azione legittima"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Il portavoce della coalizione militare araba a guida saudita che combatte in Yemen, il colonnello Turki Al-Maliki, ha definito "legittimo" il raid condotto oggi contro la provincia nord occidentale yemenita di Saada, che ha colpito un autobus pieno di bambini


          Mueren 29 niños en ataque a autobús en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saná. Al menos 29 niños menores de 15 años murieron y 30 resultaron heridos a causa de un ataque perpetrado esta mañana contra un autobús que transportaba niños en el norte de Yemen, comunicó el Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR). Más temprano el CICR informó sobre decenas de víctimas en Yemen tras ataque […]
          Decenas de niños que iban en un autobús escolar mueren por un bombardeo en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
La coalición liderada por Arabia Saudita dijo que el ataque fue legítimo y que fue una represalia por un ataque en su contra enviado desde Yemen la noche anterior. En este murió una persona.
          La imagen del horror en Yemen: un grupo de niños es víctima de un bombardeo contra un autobús      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Decenas de personas han resultado heridas por un bombardeo contra un autobús en el que viajaban niños en la provincia de Saada, en Yemen. Según los datos preliminares, han fallecido 39 personas y 43 han resultado heridas, para los que se han habilitado centros sanitarios apoyados por la Cruz Roja.
          Video: 8-year-old Yemeni boy transported to UAE for treatment      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Sanbani had a bullet lodged near his heart.
          Saudi Airstrike on Yemen Kills at Least 50 on a Bus, Mostly Children      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
An airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels hit a bus in a market in northern Yemen on Thursday, killing at least 20 people, including children, and wounding as many as 35, Yemeni tribal leaders said.
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          Cruz Roja confirma la muerte de decenas de niños por un bombardeo en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
La mayoría de las víctimas son menores de 10 años, viajaban en un autobús que fue impactado mientras atravesaba un mercado en la provincia de Saada, que está controlada por los rebeldes.
          Over A Dozen Dead, Wounded In New Attack on Yemen Bus Conveying children – Red Cross Says      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

An attack was made on a bus conveying children in rebel-held part in northern Yemen on Thursday left dozens of people dead or wounded, the International Committee of the Red Cross said.   “Following an attack this morning on a bus driving children in Dahyan Market, northern Saada, (an ICRC-supported) hospital has received dozens of […]

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          43 killed in Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Al menos 29 niños muertos en un bombardeo de Arabia Saudí en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Al menos 29 niños han muerto y otros 30 han resultado heridos durante un bombardeo contra un autobús en el norte de Yemen, según afirmó el Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR), que agregó que los cuerpos de las víctimas fueron enviados a un hospital en la provincia de Saada, agregó en su cuenta de Twitter la organización humanitaria. El ataque aéreo fue perpetrado por la coalición árabe comandada por Arabia  Saudí. El bus que trasladaba a los menores, todos ellos de entre 10 y 15 años, circulaba a través del mercado de la ciudad de Dahian.

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          Yemen Unveils New 80-Story Drone Zapper      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

SANA’A, YEMEN—In an effort to address what has become a persistent nuisance to citizens, Yemeni officials unveiled Thursday their new 80-story drone zapper. “Hanging this state-of-the-art Drone Zapper above the nation means Yemenis will be able to enjoy themselves outside again and sleep soundly at night without the…

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          Yemen rebels say Saudi coalition airstrike in north kills 50      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
An airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels hit a bus driving in a busy market in northern Yemen on Thursday, killing least 50 people including children and wounding 77, Yemen's ...
          Al menos 29 niños que viajaban en un autobús escolar mueren en Yemen tras un ataque aéreo de Arabia Saudita      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
El bombardeo de la coalición que apoya Estados Unidos dejó, además, 48 heridos, entre ellos otros 30 menores, según informó la Cruz Roja.
          Yemen: Pedófilos fueron ejecutados públicamente por violar y matar a un niño de 10 años      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Los sentenciados a muerte fueron impactados por un arma de fuego disparada por un agente de policía y luego colgados por el cuello de una grúa en la plaza Al Tahrir.
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Al menos 29 niños que viajaban en un autobús escolar mueren en Yemen tras un ataque aéreo de Arabia Saudita
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El autobús escolar regresaba este jueves de una excursión cuando el chofer se detuvo por una bebida en el mercado de Dahyan, en la norteña provincia yemenita de Saada, controlada por la oposición. Fue entonces cuando ocurrió el ataque: un avión de ...

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          Saudi Coalition Airstrike In Yemen Kills 50, Rebels Say      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Al Masirah TV aired dramatic images of wounded children. Their clothes and schoolbags covered with blood as they lay on hospital stretchers. 
          Archaeologists fear biblical artifacts, monuments won't survive Yemen war      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Years of internal conflict and ISIS insurgency across Iraq and Syria has destroyed much of what was left of the Middle East’s pre-Islamic history, with experts now fearing that the protracted civil war in neighboring Yemen too will quietly erase its rich biblical roots.
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Al menos 29 niños que viajaban en un autobús escolar mueren en Yemen tras un ataque aéreo de Arabia Saudita
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El autobús escolar regresaba este jueves de una excursión cuando el chofer se detuvo por una bebida en el mercado de Dahyan, en la norteña provincia yemenita de Saada, controlada por la oposición. Fue entonces cuando ocurrió el ataque: un avión de ...

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          Yemen: more than three years of war      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Saudi-led coalition launched military operations in Yemen in 2015, helping the government to push back against rebels who had taken control of the capital and seized several provinces.
          Saudi Arabia’s Bin Salman Savagely Lashes Out, From Yemen to Qatar to Canada      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The yacht-loving Renaissance art collector who tried to pull the wool over the eyes of the American elite is a serial diplomatic disaster.
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          Saudi-led airstrikes kill dozens in Saada province, Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Saudi-led airstrikes kill dozens in Saada province, YemenSaudi-led coalition airstrikes on Thursday killed dozens of people, including children traveling on a bus through a market, in Yemen's Saada province, a Yemeni health official and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.



          Mueren 29 niños en ataque a autobús en Yemen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saná. Al menos 29 niños menores de 15 años murieron y 30 resultaron heridos a causa de un ataque perpetrado esta mañana contra un autobús que transportaba niños en el norte de Yemen, comunicó el Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR). Más temprano el CICR informó sobre decenas de víctimas en Yemen tras ataque […]
          At least 29 children killed in strike on Yemen bus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A strike on a bus in rebel-held northern Yemen killed at least 29 children Thursday, the Red Cross said, as the Saudi-led coalition faced a growing outcry over the attack.The global network of Agence France Presse covers 151 countriesIf you have news to s
          Dozens killed, including children on a bus, in Yemen air strikes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saudi-led coalition air strikes on Thursday killed dozens of people, including children traveling on a bus through a market, in Yemen's Saada province, a Yemeni health official and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

          Saudi Airstrike on Yemen School Bus Kill at Least 50, Mostly Children      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Saudi Airstrike on Yemen School Bus Kill at Least 50, Mostly Children | Saudis insist killings were 'legitimate military action'

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          08/09 Links Pt1: Over 150 rockets launched into Israel, woman seriously injured; PA has paid $294,332 to the Sbarro bombers; Leading US Jewish Groups: Kushner’s Push to Reform UNRWA ‘Long Overdue’      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
From Ian:

IDF Blog: Israel Under Attack
Hamas began shooting projectiles at Israeli civilians starting at 7:37PM on Wednesday evening and launched them consistently until early Thursday morning.

In response, IDF fighter jets struck 12 terror targets in Gaza, including a factory used to manufacture parts for terror tunnels and concrete, a maritime terror tunnel shaft along the coast, and several terror sites in military compounds, among them rocket manufacturing facilities and a central logistical military complex.

The factory used to manufacture parts for terror tunnels was intended to be used as a hotel, but was overtaken by the Hamas terror organization in 2012. The factory manufactures parts for terror tunnels under the guise of civilian infrastructure.

In 2012, during Operation Pillar of Defense, senior Hamas members used the building as shelter, believing the IDF would not target a civilian hotel construction site. In this building, Hamas terrorists continued to plan fighting and command rocket launching units. Months later, in 2013, Hamas took over the site entirely, blocked the entrance, and began establishing a concrete factory under the guise of a civilian construction site. The factory manufactured concrete parts designed exclusively for terror tunnels, including reinforcements, flooring, and concrete arches, which have no civilian use.

Over 150 rockets launched into Israel, woman seriously injured
A woman was seriously injured in Israel early Thursday morning when a rocket launched from the Gaza Strip hit a home in the Eshkol regional council near the Palestinian enclave.

The woman was a 30-year-old foreign worker from Thailand. She suffered injuries to her abdomen and limbs. Another person was lightly injured, and several were treated for shock.

Thursday morning’s injuries brought the total of wounded on the Israeli side to five in the current cycle of violence.

Rocket barrages by the Hamas terror group continued throughout the night. The military said over 150 rockets and mortar shells were launched at Israeli communities since Wednesday evening.

Most of the rockets hit open areas. The Iron Dome defense system — which targets only missiles projected to strike communities — destroyed 25 of the rockets.
PA has paid $294,332 to the Sbarro bombers
17 years ago today a suicide bomber entered the Sbarro pizza shop in downtown Jerusalem, detonated his suicide vest and murdered 15 people. The murdered in the August 9, 2001 bombing included 7 children as well as a couple and three of their children, an American citizen and a Brazilian citizen. (See their names and pictures below.) 130 people were injured.

The suicide bomber was Izz al-Din Al-Masri. His family has received $50,124 as a reward for his suicide bombing.

The terrorist who planned the attack and brought the bomber to Sbarro was Ahlam Tamimi. Tamimi was arrested in September 2001 and received 16 life sentences. In 2011, Tamimi was released as part of the deal to free Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit from his Hamas captors. For her time in prison she has been rewarded by the PA with salary payments of at least $52,681.

The suicide belt was built by Hamas bomb- builder Abdallah Barghouti. Barghouti was arrested in May 2003, and received 67 life sentences - 15 of them for building the bomb used to murder the people in Sbarro. He has received salary payments from the PA of at least $191,526.

By September 2018, the PA will have cumulatively rewarded Barghouti, Tamimi, and the family of Al-Masri with at least $294,332.




Seth J. Frantzman: To the brink of war: How Hamas and Israel got here
The larger regional picture is that Egypt has been trying hard to restrain Hamas and also find a path to a ceasefire. But Egypt is not alone. The Palestinian Authority has sought to isolate Gaza by reducing remittances and payments there. That led to rare protests in June by Palestinians in Ramallah against the PA. Hamas therefore is not only trying to deal with a ceasefire with Israel but also trying to sort out a reconciliation agreement with the PA. That’s why the assassination attempt on Hamdallah in March is important and sets the scene for the conflict that began in late March.

Hamas says it wants Israel to end the 10-year blockade of Gaza and to ease up restrictions on goods flowing to the strip. But the US administration under Donald Trump is having none of the Hamas stories about who is responsible for the Strip’s problems. Jason Greenblatt said in May that Hamas had taken the area back to the Stone Age. He made similar statements in opeds and discussions in March and June. Then, in July, Jared Kushner, Greenblatt and US Ambassador David Friedman authored a piece at The Washington Post again pressuring Hamas. Hamas sees the US officials as “spokesmen for the Israeli occupation,” as it called them in July. But it’s clear that the US sees sorting out Gaza as a key to its proposed “deal of the century.”

A last piece of the puzzle is Qatar, which has also sought a role in dealing with Gaza. A major investor in reconstruction and also a previous backer of Hamas, it wants to be relevant. Towards that end, it has sought to play up the chances for discussions with Israel and positioned itself as playing a positive role.

This is part of a larger struggle between Qatar and Egypt and Qatar and Saudi Arabia. In this sense Gaza is a sort of “prize” between Washington, Qatar, Egypt, Israel, the UN and the PA. Hamas’s desire to terrorize Israel and seem relevant, and the fact that Iran is also funding Hamas and wants it to be a thorn in Israel’s side, is thus just a part of a much larger struggle going on in which each side wants something else out of Israel and Hamas and Gaza.

Adding up all those agendas, including the rising crescendo of war that has built since March, led to August 8.
After Beersheba hit by rocket, IDF conducts new strikes in northern Gaza
The Israeli Air Force launched a renewed offensive against targets in the northern Gaza Strip, Palestinian media reported on Thursday evening, hours after a rocket fired from the Palestinian enclave struck just outside the southern city of Beersheba.

Minutes after the Israeli strike began, incoming rocket sirens blared in the Eshkol region of southern Israel.

There were no immediate reports of Israeli injuries or damage.

The Israeli military would not immediately confirm the renewed bombing raids in Gaza, apparently in accordance with army protocol to wait until the planes involved have all returned to base.

According to the Hamas-affiliated Shehab news outlet, the target of the strike was a building west of Gaza City. Palestinian media reported that nearly the entire structure was destroyed as the Israeli aircraft fired multiple missiles at it.
Liberman: ‘We will do whatever is necessary’ to stop Gaza rocket barrages
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman spoke with the leaders of rocket-battered southern communities Thursday and told them the military would do whatever it takes to end missile attacks from the Gaza Strip, after a series of barrages injured seven people.

The Israeli military said over 180 rockets and mortar shells were fired at southern Israel from the Gaza Strip since Wednesday night. Residents said it was the worst night of attacks since 2014’s Operation Protective Edge.

The rocket attacks and reprisal airstrikes by Israel continued throughout Thursday morning.

Liberman talked with Alon Davidi, mayor of Sderot, and the leaders of other regional councils bordering on Gaza, the Defense Ministry said in a statement.

The minister praised the mayors and the residents of their communities for their “stamina and the backing they are giving the IDF and the security forces,” saying “we will do whatever is necessary” to restore calm to the south.

Meanwhile, opposition leader Tzipi Livni of the Zionist Union faction criticized the government for “losing control” of the situation after months of violent border clashes and exchanges of fire between the IDF and Hamas-led terror groups in Gaza that have escalated into several rounds of Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel and Israeli airstrikes on Hamas targets.
Israeli official: Hamas dealt a ‘severe blow’ in Gaza airstrikes
Israel has dealt the Hamas terrorist group a “severe blow” with its airstrikes on the Gaza Strip, a diplomatic official said Thursday, shortly after a rocket fired from the Palestinian enclave reached the furthest into Israeli territory since the 2014 war.

“Hamas has suffered a severe blow,” the official said. “Israel will continue to act with force.”

The remarks came shortly after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman finished meeting with top Israel Defense Forces brass at military headquarters in Tel Aviv. The security cabinet convened there at 6:00 p.m. to discuss the situation in the south.

“The prime minister and defense minister ordered the IDF to prepare for every possibility,” the official said.

Though the frequency of rocket attacks declined by Thursday afternoon, a projectile launched from Gaza landed north of the southern city of Beersheba, some 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the Strip.

This was the first attack directed against Beersheba since the 2014 war, known in Israel as Operation Protective Edge.








These Israelis have 15 seconds to take cover from Hamas rockets


Hamas rocket hits Israeli city of Sderot


This is a Palestinian war crime


UN envoy concerned by rocket attacks
Nickolay Mladenov, the UN envoy to the Middle East, on Wednesday expressed concern over the latest escalation in Gaza.

“I am deeply alarmed by the recent escalation of violence between Gaza and Israel, and particularly by today’s multiple rockets fired towards communities in southern Israel,” he said in a statement.

“For months I have been warning that the humanitarian, security and political crisis in Gaza risks a devastating conflict that nobody wants. The UN has engaged with Egypt and all concerned parties in an unprecedented effort to avoid such a development,” continued Mladenov.

While “collective efforts have prevented the situation from exploding until now,” he said, “if the current escalation however is not contained immediately, the situation can rapidly deteriorate with devastating consequences for all people.”
Hamas Blackmail, Media Silence
Hamas's strategy is to remain in power forever; to achieve that goal, it is prepared to do anything. Hamas has always acted out of its own narrow interests while holding the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip hostage to its extremist ideology and repressive regime.

"Those who claim to be confronting Israel are nothing but corrupt, extortionist bribe-takers. Today, every politician in the Gaza Strip is well aware of the fact that the corruption at the border crossings has become the norm of the official establishment, and not actions by individuals or a certain apparatus." — Hassan Asfour, former Palestinian Authority minister, human rights activist and political columnist.

Here one always needs to ask: where is the role of the international media in exposing Hamas's corruption and exploitation of its own people? Why is it that the mainstream media in the West does not want to pay any attention to what Asfour and other Palestinians are saying? The answer is always simple: As far as foreign journalists are concerned, if Israel is not the one asking for bribes or blackmailing the Palestinians, there is no story there.
Gaza official: ‘Current round of fighting is over, calm depends on Israel’
A Palestinian official in the Gaza Strip declared that the latest round of violence had ended early Thursday afternoon and that armed groups in the enclave would maintain the calm if Israel did the same.

The announcement, made to a number of news outlets in Gaza, was quickly followed by a fresh attack on southern Israel from the Strip, which triggered sirens in the area but appeared to have hit in an open field, causing neither injury nor damage.

“The current round in Gaza has ended. The resistance responded to the enemy’s crimes in Gaza. The continuation of calm in Gaza depends on (Israel’s) behavior,” said the official from a joint command center for a number of Palestinian terrorist groups, notably the Gaza-ruling Hamas.

A source in the Hamas terrorist group confirmed the cessation to AFP.

On Tuesday, Hamas vowed to avenge the deaths of two of its members killed by IDF tank fire after the army mistakenly thought a Hamas military exercise had been a cross-border attack. On Wednesday afternoon, the military warned that it was anticipating a revenge attack by Hamas.


Honest Reporting: HR Visits the Gaza Border
Since last night, terror groups fired nearly 200 rockets and mortar shells at southern Israeli communities. The IDF responded against Hamas military infrastructure.

Just the day before, we brought a group of 30 HonestReporting supporters to Israeli communities near the Gaza border, to see the situation in person. We were followed by a crew from i24 News and a segment will be coming out shortly on that channel.

The residents we visited in Kibbutz Nahal Oz, Kibbutz Alumim and Asaf Siboni live under real threat. Yet they also live in a beautiful natural area, with homes and communities to which they are genuinely dedicated. And you may be surprised at the empathy and complexity with which they view their neighbours in Gaza.

It’s hard to appreciate the depth of this reality until you meet the people and see their lives, in person. So that’s exactly what we did.
Foreign Ministry slams BBC 'misleading' reporting on Gaza rockets
The Foreign Ministry formally complained to the BBC about its reporting on the violence in the South on Thursday.

A BBC headline stated “Gaza air strikes ‘kill woman and child’ after rockets hit Israel,” quoting the Hamas-run Gaza Health Ministry. The article’s subheadline said “Militants... fired dozens of rockets,” when the count had gone up to over 150. Its tweet leading to the article reads: “Israeli air strikes ‘kill woman and toddler.’”

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon responded on Twitter: “Your title is deliberately misleading!!! Israel reacted following the launching of over 100 rockets at Southern Israel, targeting and injuring civilians. Change it immediately!!!”

An hour later, with the article unchanged, Nahshon tweeted that he is filing a formal complaint.

“This title is a deliberate misrepresentation of reality (that’s the polite equivalent of ‘this is a LIE’, if you don’t get it),” Nahshon wrote. “Israelis were targeted by Hamas and IDF acts to protect them. Change it IMMEDIATELY!!!”
Israel demanded - and BBC changed its headline
In a headline, BBC claimed that "Israeli air strikes 'kill pregnant woman and baby.'"

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon tweeted, "@BBCWorld this is a formal complaint by @IsraelMFA ."

"This title is a deliberate misrepresentation of reality ( that’s the polite equivalent of ' this is a LIE', if you don’t get it). Israelis were targeted by Hamas and IDF acts to protect them.Change it IMMEDIATELY!!! @IsraelMFA."

At the same time, a formal complaint was sent to BBC, demanding they change the misleading title.

After some time, BBC changed its title to "Gaza air strikes ‘kill woman and child’ after rockets hit Israel."

Honest Reporting: A Night of Rockets and Headline Fails
Residents of southern Israel spent the night in bomb shelters as Palestinians fired a heavy barrage of rockets and mortars (nearly 200, according to the most recent numbers I saw). The IDF retaliated with air strikes on more than 100 Hamas terror sites.

As we expected, we came across a few headline fails. Headlines matter because many people don’t read articles, just skimming their newspaper, web site or social media feed. Headlines also matter because studies show that they frame the way people read and remember a story. So if a headline omits key information or context, it ultimately misinforms readers. (For a fuller treatment on this, see Why Headlines Matter).

A lot of social media outrage was directed at BBC News and Israeli officials said they will lodge a formal complaint. This headline was subsequently changed.

The Sydney Morning Herald and its sister paper, The Age, republished a New York Times dispatch. The Times’ original headline was perfectly reasonable but headline writers for Fairfax Media, the parent company of both Australian papers, clearly missed the plot.

New York Times Shills for “Largely Peaceful” Gazan Rioters and Arsonists
A shill is the surreptitious partner of a huckster salesman, revving up an audience to believe a sales pitch and buy a product.

Looking back at months of rioting and arson along the Gaza border with Israel, and the distorted rendition of reality by the New York Times of those events it’s undeniable the publication has promoted Hamas propaganda, relaying to its millions of readers what the terrorist group wanted them to believe and omitting what Hamas preferred concealed. The product sold? Israel as aggressor, Palestinians as victims.

As of this writing, there’s been, for instance, no human interest story devoted to what Israelis are suffering as they witness thousands of acres of farms and nature preserves, and extensive wildlife, destroyed in nearly continuous fires set by flaming kites and airborne fire bombs from Gaza.

When Times Bureau Chief David Halbfinger covered the arson story on July 10, he termed the Hamas campaign “ingenious” and the impact for Israel “exasperating.” (In fact, for Israelis the impact of the destruction can be frightening and devastating.) But the focus was overwhelmingly on criticism of Israel’s countermeasures against Gaza.

As throughout the coverage, the tilt was the same; Hamas violence was discounted and Israel’s defensive action to stop the aggression was heavily faulted.
David Singer: Trump and Israel Dabble in Hamas and PLO Quicksand
Hamas is not going to suddenly disappear or allow free and fair elections in Gaza to determine who shall govern Gaza’s population. Any reconciliation by Hamas with the PLO seems most unlikely to occur.

Israel appears to be going along with this Gaza trial balloon being floated by Trump.

Realistically however – ceasefire negotiations between Israel and Hamas will be fatuous unless the following provision in the 1988 Hamas Covenant is shredded:

“The Islamic Resistance Movement believes that the land of Palestine is an Islamic Waqf consecrated for future Moslem generations until Judgement Day. It, or any part of it, should not be squandered: it, or any part of it, should not be given up. … "

Trump needs to persuade previously-supportive but now wavering Arab states to back his peace plan being released without delay.

For Trump to contemplate being dragged into the Hamas and PLO quicksand that has claimed so many sincerely-intentioned do-gooders preceding him is incomprehensible.
Hamas-Israel Truce Deal Hinges on Palestinians Accepting Conditions They Reject
Former Israeli defense officials have expressed skepticism that a long-term truce between Hamas and Israel is feasible.

Col. (res.) Dr. Shaul Shay, former deputy head of Israel's National Security Council, noted that a long-term arrangement for Gaza would be possible only if two components are put into place. The first is a reconciliation agreement between Fatah and Hamas, and the second "is a period of calm between Hamas and the State of Israel."

"In order to obtain a long-term period of calm, there needs to be major investment in the Gazan economy and infrastructure. That means bringing the Palestinian Authority (PA) to Gaza. Because this is a condition, it is very problematic....There have been countless attempts, led by Egypt, to reach Palestinian national reconciliation." None of them have succeeded. "Abbas is dragging his feet because he has no interest in promoting this procedure, which would give Hamas gains, but not the PA."

Dr. Col. (res.) Moshe Elad, one of the designers of the security coordination between the IDF and the PA, said any attempt to reach a full agreement was very likely to end in failure. Israel will want "full quiet" as part of a large package deal. But "Hamas has never agreed to full quiet. I don't remember it ever agreeing to this."

At best, if Hamas finds its back to the wall, it might agree to freeze the activities of its military wing, said Elad. "But they will never disband the military wing" as the PA has demanded. Doing so would symbolize "cancelling the resistance" from Hamas' perspective, which would be unthinkable for them.
Leading US Jewish Groups: Kushner’s Push to Reform UNRWA ‘Long Overdue’
US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and top adviser Jared Kushner’s push to reform the UN Palestinian refugee agency (UNRWA) is a welcome development, a number of officials with leading American Jewish groups told The Algemeiner this week.

Kushner’s efforts were first reported in Foreign Policy magazine, which said that in a series of internal emails, the adviser stated, “It is important to have an honest and sincere effort to disrupt UNRWA. … This [agency] perpetuates a status quo, is corrupt, inefficient and doesn’t help peace.”

Furthermore, Kushner reportedly asked Jordan during a June visit to the Hashemite kingdom to remove two million of its Palestinian citizens from the refugee rolls, effectively making UNRWA’s activities in the country irrelevant.

UNRWA was originally set up to serve refugees displaced in Israel’s 1948 War of Independence. At first designed to be a temporary body, it is now seven decades old and is embedded deeply in Palestinian society, serving, for example, as the single largest employer in the Gaza Strip. Critics accuse it of perpetuating the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by counting descendants of the 1948 refugees as refugees themselves, as well as engaging in anti-Israel activities and cooperating with terrorist organizations.
PA leader Abbas talks US peace plan with Jordan's Abdullah
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas met with Jordan's King Abdullah in Amman on Wednesday to discuss the regional situation ahead of the expected unveiling of the U.S. administration's Middle East peace plan.

After their meeting, Abbas said both leaders agreed to reject the plan, which U.S. President Donald Trump has described as the "deal of the century."

Abbas declared that he would not cooperate with Trump's peace mediation efforts after the U.S. last December officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and then moved its embassy to the city. The Palestinians envision parts of Jerusalem as the future capital of a Palestinian state.

Abbas has argued that these moves prove Trump's pro-Israel bias and preclude him from being an objective mediator in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.

A White House official told reporters last month that Trump's envoys were working on the most detailed set of proposals to date for the long-awaited peace proposal, which would include what the administration is calling a robust economic plan, though so far there is no release date.

The Palestinian president is expected to visit Qatar in the next few days.
JPost Editorial: Moscow on the Golan
Russia has deployed Military Police to eight observation points on the Golan. For the first time, Israeli and Russian forces are directly across from each other at a border. This has the makings of a new strategic alignment in Syria, potentially reducing Iran’s presence and bringing stability, or the opposite – increasing tensions with Moscow and its rising power in the region.

Over the last five years as Russia deepened its involvement in support of its ally in Damascus, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has navigated a complex conflict through high-level bilateral discussions in Moscow. This involves a relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin that is based on many visits and discussions – and respect between the two countries and their interests.

Although Israel and Russia do not always see eye to eye on Syria, and although Russia has tensions with Jerusalem’s closest ally in Washington, a beneficial relationship has nevertheless been created.

During the conflict, this was built on de-confliction and understandings about southern Syria. Potential conflict was reduced and Moscow emphasized that it understood Israel’s concerns about Iran. But Iran is an ally of Bashar Assad and therefore a partner of Moscow in the Syrian war. It is also part of the Astana talks that have sought to advance some kind of an agreement in Syria between Russia, Turkey and Iran.
Despite past criticism, Israel mum on new UN human rights chief
Jerusalem on Thursday remained silent on the appointment of former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet as the new United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, despite her past statements critical of Israel.

Responding to news of Bachelet’s nomination, Israel’s Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon merely took a parting shot at the UN’s outgoing human rights chief, Prince Zeid Raad al-Hussein of Jordan, but did not comment on his appointed successor.

“We welcome the news that the current commissioner of the Human Rights Council’s tenure is at an end,” Danon said.

Zeid “never missed a chance to invent falsehoods and lies when it comes to Israel,” the Israeli envoy went on. “From many of his statements, you would be forgiven for thinking he considered Hamas a welfare, not a terrorist, organization. During his tenure, the [UN Human Rights Council] became a theater of the absurd, with hypocrisy and double standards rampant among its proceedings and reports.”

Danon’s spokesperson did not reply to a Times of Israel query about Bachelet’s appointment.
New Colombia Government to Review Decision to Recognize Palestinian State
Colombia’s new government said it would review former President Juan Manuel Santos’ recognition of Palestine after the previously unreleased decision was made public on Wednesday.

President Ivan Duque took office on Tuesday and was informed a few days ago of Santos’ decision, which was detailed in an Aug. 3 letter to the Palestinian representative in Colombia, the Foreign Ministry said.

“Given possible omissions that could come to light about the way in which this decision was taken by the outgoing president, the government will cautiously examine its implications and will act according to international law,” new Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes said in a statement.

Santos decided to recognize Palestine as a “free, independent and sovereign state,” according to the letter, which was circulated to reporters by the Foreign Ministry.

“Just as the Palestinian people have a right to constitute an independent state, Israel has a right to live in peace alongside its neighbors,” the letter said.

The Israeli Embassy in Bogota said it was surprised and disappointed.
Houthi Missile Launched Into Saudi Arabia Kills One
Fragments from a missile launched into Saudi Arabia from Yemen by Houthi forces killed one civilian and wounded 11, Saudi state media said on Thursday.

The Houthis, an Iran-allied group that controls much of Yemen including the capital Sanaa, said it fired a missile at the Jizan Industrial City in southern Saudi Arabia, according to the Houthi-run al-Masirah TV.

The kingdom’s air defense forces intercepted the missile, Saudi state news channel al-Ekhbariya said late on Wednesday. State news agency SPA later said one Yemeni resident in Jizan was killed.

“The interception resulted in projection of fragments throughout some residential areas, which caused the martyrdom of a Yemeni resident, and injuries among 11 civilians,” the Saudi-led coalition battling the Houthis in Yemen’s civil war said in a statement reported by SPA on Thursday.

The Houthis have fired dozens of missiles into the kingdom in recent months, part of a three-year-old conflict widely seen as a proxy battle between regional rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran. Most have been intercepted by the Saudi military.
Human Rights Voices - Saudi Arabia Crucifies Man Just After Country Criticized Canada's Human Rights Record
Saudi Arabia has executed and crucified a man in the holy city of Mecca amid an escalating human rights fracas between Riyadh and Canada.

Bloomberg reported that Elias Abulkalaam Jamaleddeen, who was from Myanmar, was accused of breaking into a woman's home, firing a weapon and then stabbing her to death.

Citing the official Saudi Press Agency, Bloomberg said the ruling was endorsed by the king and sanctioned by the country's Supreme Court.

Crucifixions entail beheading and hanging a body in public after an execution but are relatively rare in the kingdom, although it does liberally enact the death penalty. The kingdom executed more than 2,000 people between 1985 and 2016, according to Amnesty International.

The execution and crucifixion came as a diplomatic spat between Saudi Arabia and Canada grew more bitter after Ottawa criticized the arrests of Saudi activists.

The kingdom took exception to criticism by the Canadian Foreign Ministry over the July arrests of women's rights activists Samar Badawi and Nassima al-Sadah, among others.



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Dozens are dead after a Saudi-led airstrike hit a school bus in Yemen on Thursday, and most of those killed are believed to be children.

The bus was struck while driving through Houthi rebel-held northern Syria on its way to a summer camp, The Telegraph reports. At least 43 people are confirmed dead and 61 injured, a Yemeni official told Reuters, many of them children under the age of 10, the head of Yemen's International Committee of the Red Cross estimated in a tweet.

Yemen is currently fighting the Houthi rebels who hold the area. Saudi Arabia and the United States have backed Yemen's government, while Iran backs the Houthis. A Saudi-led Arab coalition has intervened in Yemen since 2015. It recently captured Yemen's airport in a rebel-held area, and destroyed a water supply that surely exacerbated the area's cholera epidemic.

Thursday's strike was a "legitimate military action" that "conformed to international and humanitarian laws," the Saudi coalition said in a press release. It came in response to Wednesday's Houthi missile strike on a Saudi city, which killed three, per The Guardian. "Under international humanitarian law, civilians must be protected during conflict," the Red Cross in Yemen said in a tweet.


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Un despiado ataque ha llevado la trajedia a esta plaza de Yemen. Niños desorientados y...
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El portavoz de la Cruz Roja en el Yemen, Adnan Hazam, informó que 29 menores murieron este jueves en un bombardeo contra autobuses en un mercado de la ciudad de Dahian, en el norte de la provincia septentrional de Saada, feudo de los rebeldes hutíes chiíes.
En declaraciones a Efe, Hazam dijo que el hospital de [...]

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Sada ilinde çocukları taşıyan bir otobüse düzenlenen saldırıda 29 çocuk öldü, 30'u çocuk 48 kişi yaralandı

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Saudi-led coalition air strikes on Thursday killed dozens of people, including children travelling on a bus through a market, in Yemen's Saada province, a Yemeni health official and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

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At least 29 children killed in strike on Yemen busAn attack on a bus at a market in rebel-held northern Yemen killed at least 29 children Thursday, the Red Cross said, as the Saudi-led coalition faced a growing outcry over the strike. The coalition said it had carried out a "legitimate military action", targeting a bus in response for a deadly missile attack on Saudi Arabia on Wednesday by Huthi rebels. Coalition spokesman Turki al-Maliki told AFP that claims by aid organisations that children were inside the bus were "misleading", adding that the bus carried "Huthi combatants".



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          Yemen’de okul otobüsü bombalandı: 43 ölü      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Yemen’de Sa’ada kentindeki bir pazar yerine düzenlenen saldırıda ölü sayısı 43’e yükseldi..
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43 vittime, la maggior parte sotto i dieci anni. Unicef: «orrore»
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Suudi Arabistan önderliğindeki koalisyon güçleri sivillerin bulunduğu pazar yerine saldırdı. Saldırı sırasında pazar yerinde bulunan okul otobüsü de hedef alınınca çoğu çocuk 46 kişi hayatını kaybederken, 61 kişi yaralandı. Yemen Sağlık Bakanlığı tarafından yapılan açıklamada, ölü sayısının artabileceği belirtildi. Uluslararası Kızılhaç Örgütü(ICRC), Sa’ada şehrinin Zahyan bölgesine yapılan saldırıda sivillerin hayatını kaybettiğini doğruladı. Uluslararası Kızılhaç Örgütü(ICRC) []
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The U.S. State Department called on Thursday for the Saudi-led coalition to investigate reported air strikes in Yemen that killed dozens of people, including children.

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Emboldened by their silence on the aggression on Yemen, why they shouldn't expect for them to remain silent?
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Already well known story for politicians, terrorism is a handy tool in US toolbox to justificate US interventions and now getting part of it.
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An airstrike launched by the U.S.-backed and Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen hit a school bus in the rebel-held north of the country Thursday, killing and injuring dozens of people, many of them children, according to local and international medical officials.

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Más de 40 personas han muerto y varias decenas han resultado heridas como consecuencia de una serie de ataques aéreos perpetrados por la coalición saudí en el norte de Yemen y en los que también hanperdido la vida numerosos niños.
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The U.S. State Department called on Thursday for the Saudi-led coalition to investigate reported air strikes in Yemen that killed dozens of people, including children.

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The Head of the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has strongly condemned the airstrike against a school bus in northern Yemen on Thursday, which according to news reports has killed more than two dozen children.
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