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  • Saudi Arabia denounces U.S. Senate resolutions on Khashoggi, Yemen

  • Saudi Arabia on Monday denounced U.S. Senate resolutions calling for an end to U.S. military support for the war in Yemen and blaming Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying they were based on unsubstantiated claims.
  • Clashes in Yemen city despite ceasefire

  • Just three days after a ceasefire agreement was reached, clashes continued Sunday in Yemen's strategic port city of Hodeidah between Houthi rebels and pro-government forces backed by the Saudi-led coalition.
  • Fighting around Yemen's Hodeida leaves 12 dead, 25 wounded

  • Fighting has erupted between Shiite rebels and forces loyal to Yemen's internationally recognized government near the strategic Red Sea port of Hodeida, leaving at least 12 people dead and 25 others wounded from both sides, officials said on Sunday, just two days ahead of the implementation of a cease-fire agreed in talks in Sweden earlier this week.
  • Is Yemen finally on the road to peace?

  • Weeks of U.N. shuttle diplomacy and Western pressure delivered a breakthrough in Yemen peace efforts when the warring parties last week agreed to cease fighting in a contested Red Sea port city and withdraw forces.
  • How Yemen became the'world's worst crisis

  • After more than three years of war, millions of Yemenis are suffering severe food shortages, while an estimated 85,000 people may have already died of starvation.
  • Outnumbered - Friday, December 14

  • On Friday, Chris Wilson is Outnumbered with the Senate passing two resolutions to condemn the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi as well as the removal of military backing in the Yemen-Saudi war, and the President is piling on the pressure on Democrats over wall funding.

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