Report: Houthi militias blamed for recruiting 246 child in 6 months
Iran-backed Terrorist Houthi militias are blamed for recruiting 246 children in ten governorates during the time from 1 August 2022 to 31 January 2023, according to human rights report.
Palestinian Presidency warns of the danger of Israeli escalation in Al-Aqsa Mosque
The official spokesman for the Palestinian Presidency, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, warned of the dangerous escalation of the Israeli occupation authorities, in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the attack on citizens in its squares and in the alleys and lanes of the Old City of Al-Quds.
IMF Board approves $15.6 billion support package for Ukraine
The International Monetary Fund Executive Board announced that it has approved a new 48-month extended arrangement under the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) of SDR 11.6 billion (about US$15.6 billion) as part of a US$115 billion total support package for Ukraine.
Argentina wins the 2022 World Cup after defeating France
The Argentine national team was crowned champion of the Qatar World Cup 2022 after defeating its French counterpart, by penalty shootouts, by four goals to two in the match that brought them together, this evening, Sunday, at Lusail Stadium, after the end of the original and extra time, in a positive tie with three goals for both teams.
User Name: Password:
Al-Iryani: Iran responsible for Yemen's lingering conflict
[09/11/2017 02:14]


Minister of Information Moa'mer Al-Iryan blamed Iran for the ongoing warfare in Yemen arguing that Houthi militias don't act independently.

Al-Irayni met with deputy chairperson of Arab Peninsula Committee in the European Parliament.

During the meeting the minister provided an overview on the ongoing armed conflict in Yemen because of Al-Houthi coup d'état.

" Peace can't be realized in Yemen as Houthi militias' decision is decided by Iran, here is the problem. Iran employs Al-Houthis as an instrument to carry out its schemes in the region", Al-Irayni stated.

He went on detailing the European official on political transformation process that Yemen has embarked on under President Abd-Rabu M. Hadi. "political transition process in Yemen was backed regionally and internationally. It was directly guided and overseen by The UN that undertook supervision on the implementation of the GCC-brokered deal and its executive mechanism that produced the National Dialogue Conference, he explained.

The minister blamed Houthis militias for the ongoing devastating war and humanitarian crisis Yemeni people have been facing. "Houthis militias carried out coup d'état against the state and disrupting the transitional process. This is unacceptable and can't be tolerated", he said.

Report: Houthi militias blamed for recruiting 246 child in 6 months
Ministry of Industry decries Houthi militias for getting the Yemenis starving
Al-Eryani: Houthi Militia's escalation in Marib caused huge displacement wave
Prime Minister: We've to explore permanent solutions to power shortages
Baggash confers with Chinese diplomat over Houthi militias' escalations
Yemen participates in 26th session of the Committee on Science and Technology for Development
Eryani expresses surprise over international silence for Houthi abuse and atrocities against journalists
President al-Alimi: We're very keen to get all detainees released
Amb. Marmash seeks activating Yemeni-Iraqi agreements
Ksrelief distributes more than 169 tons of food aid in Marib

About Saba News Agency | Usage Agreement | Contact Us