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In Rebuke to Trump, the Senate re-votes to end aid to the Saudi Arabian war in Yemen

WASHINGTON – The Senate re-elected President Trump on Wednesday for his continued defense of Saudi Arabia following the assassination of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who voted for the second time to end American military aid to the Kingdom of Yemen's war and the Presidents restrict war powers. The 54 to 46 voices that condemned an almost four-year conflict in Yemen …

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Elizabeth Warren calls for answers following the CNN report on US weapons in Yemen

On Thursday, the US Senator and Democratic presidential candidate published a letter with 13 questions about the suspicion of retransferring arms from US allies to third-party actors in the war. Addressed to incumbent Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the letter cited evidence of violations of arms trafficking uncovered by a CNN investigation. "Ensuring that foreign …

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House voices to stop helping Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen

Some senators, frustrated by the government's reaction, refused to support the resolution, arguing that the call for resolution by the warring powers was to be judged independently of their dissatisfaction with the White House. "I think that's different – it has to be From a point of pragmatism – from Mr. Khashoggi and his murder," said Rubio, who will not …

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Pope Francis makes "historic" golf tour in the midst of the Yemen crisis and Christian repression

"The cry of these children and their parents rises to God," he added. "I urge all parties involved and the international community to urge adherence to the agreements made, to ensure the distribution of food and to work for the benefit of the people." Church representatives and analysts suggest This Francis who proved himself to be an experienced diplomat on …

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In the Hodeidah of Yemen, there is a tense calm as the truce holds news

Yemen's western city of Hodeidah had a fragile calm, just hours after a UN-negotiated cease-fire agreement between Houthi fighters and pro-government forces came into force. Residents of the city told Al Jazeera that fighting had taken place on Tuesday at 12:00 GMT, although sporadic rifle fire was heard in parts of the city. "The situation is calm, but you have …

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