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Interview with Barbara Wally

Interview with  Barbara Wally, published online in Blog http://www.jill-24-7.de/2018/02/22/jemen-katastrophe/ “At the time being Yemen is the worldwide worst location for a child” very recently pronounced Geert Cappelaere, UNICEF-Regional director in Yemen. The media report violence, famine, cholera, epidemics …   Yemen is

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Newsletter 24

After more than 1.000 days of war the fragmentation of Yemen is rapidly progressing. In the course of a by now three-year war the winners start manifesting themselves, no longer corresponding to the parties in power before the beginning of

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Newsletter 23

Two dates are important for the most recent developments in Yemen:  the 21st September, when the third anniversary of the Houthis march-in into Sana´a was celebrated, and the days since 17th September, when the UN Plenary Meeting takes place in

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Newsletter 22

More than six years have passed since the outbreak of the revolution in Yemen, almost three years since the Houthis have been occupying Sana´a, and more than two years since the Saudi coalition has commenced destroying Yemen by continuously bombing

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Newsletter 21

The developments over the past weeks have been characterized by political fragmentation and growing isolationism and a shift in alliances. The war has entered into a simmering status quo with selective battles at the borders of the Houthi areas, while

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Newsletter 20

On 17th February 2017, the UN published the “Final Report of the Panel of Experts on Yemen”, for which a panel of experts had investigated and described the impact of UNSR resolutions 2140 and 2216 on 242 pages. The direct

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Newsletter 19

  The military situation has changed very little in the course of the past months in Yemen, but armed disputes have become less frequent with the exception of some unyielding front lines. The Saudi air forces, however,  continued attacking the

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Newsletter 18

On October 3rd 2016, Ismail Ould Sheikh Ahmed, the UN special delegate for Yemen, speaking at the UN Security Council, brought forward his opinion of the present situation. He had to admit the unsuccessfulness of his recent endeavours since the

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Newsletter 17

Statistical data of the bomb war A recently published, independent and unbiased investigation rendered horrific results in respect of victims and damage of the bomb war brought about by the Saudi alliance, not to be attributed to the military sector

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Newsletter 16

The negotiations having taken place with interruptions in Kuwait since April 10th to obtain a ceasefire in Yemen met with a new negative climax when a resolution drafted by OSEGY Ismael Ould Sheikh Ahmed at the UN Security Council was

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