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China & Drones, Ford, Yemen, US Storms, Trump: 5 things to know today

. 1 President Trump Meanwhile, former White House attorney Don McGahn will not appear before the House Judiciary Committee today as the White House states that former high-ranking advisers are exempted from appearing in Congress. US Representative Jerry Nadler, the chairman of the committee, promised McGahn to pay a high price for resisting the panel's summons and threatened to scorn …

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Houthi rebels withdraw from the ports of Yemen | Yemen News

The Houthi rebels in Yemen have begun a prolonged withdrawal of their forces from Hodeidah's main ports, the group said in a United Nations-sponsored peace agreement with the aim of ending the country's four-year civil war. Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, chief of the Houthis Supreme Revolutionary Committee, said the retreat from the Hodeidah and the ports Saleef and Ras Issa began …

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Trump Vetos to put an end to US involvement in the Yemen war

Critics, however, said that Mr. Trump's veto was a "green light" for the continuing atrocities in Yemen, where human rights groups said 10 million people were already at the famine limit and up to 100 victims per week "This veto by President Trump is morally wrong and strategically wrong," said David Miliband, president of the International Rescue Committee. "It restores …

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Yemen War: Trump wants veto to end US support for coalition led by Saudi Arabia

Copyright EPA Caption Most civilians The deaths in Yemen were attributed to air strikes by the coalition led by Saudi Arabia US President Donald Trump has vetoed a Congress-approved bill to end support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen. Mr. Trump described the resolution as an "unnecessary" and "dangerous" attempt to weaken its constitutional powers. It is only the second …

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Trump veto's resolution ending US involvement in the Yemen civil war

In this photo taken on April 11, 2019, President Trump speaks to reporters in the Oval Office of the White House. [Nicholas Kamm / AFP / Getty Images] Felicia Sonmez National Reporter on the Political Newsgroup of the Washington Post on April 16 at 20:02 President Trump vetoed one on Tuesday The resolution he wanted to have ended US support …

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Trump veto of Yemen resolution was certain, but now he may call to end US was role

President Trump is considering signing legislation that would end the U.S. Trump's choice pits his aversion to Mideast wars against concern about the consequences of not routing Iran-allied Yemeni rebels who took over population centers in 2014. Most GOP Lawmakers and Trump's in-house advisers opposed the bill, but it has been trumped by some of Trump's closest allies, including Reps. …

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House joins the Senate to end US involvement in Yemen and establish a Trump veto

On Thursday, Parliament voted to end US involvement in Yemen's civil war and condemned a Saudi Arabia-led bomb campaign blamed for exacerbating a grim humanitarian crisis and President Trump's decision expected veto. The vote was 247 to 175, with one member voting "present" and largely in line with the parties. This reflects how the Democrats and Republicans disagree about how …

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Yemen Hospital Strike: Seven killed in Kitaf facility

Image copyright AFP / Getty Images Caption Save the Children has condemned attacks on hospitals during the war (photo photo) An air raid near a hospital in northwestern Yemen, killing at least seven people, including four children, was condemned by Save the Children. The NGO that finances the hospital said two more adults After a missile had hit a gas …

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Court: Germany must press the US against drone strikes in Yemen

FILE -In this file from June 27, 2015, an aircraft lands at the US Air Force Base in Ramstein, Germany. A court in Germany has ruled that the government must obtain from the United States the assurance that drone strikes controlled from German territory comply with international law. (Ronald Wittek / dpa on AP) BERLIN – A court in Germany …

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