sexta-feira, 22 de maio de 2015

Yemen: Saudi Arabia refuses Iran alongside the "huthis" Geneva negotiations

The Summit announced by the UN Secretary-General will try to find the path to a solution to the conflict between the military forces loyal to Yemeni President Abd Rabbo Mansur Hadi Shiite rebels "huthis" pro-Iran, which, in September, attacked the capital Sanaa, after advancing to the port city of Aden and forcing the head of State into exile in Saudi territory.

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The Sanaa, meanwhile, arrived in two planes carrying about 350 Yemenis who were stranded in Egypt and India. The capital is under control of the "huthis", yet there are some bombings by Allied forces to the President, under the leadership of Saudi Arabia, but the airport has been a target since the start of the ceasefire which officially ended on Sunday.

This group of returnees would be retained in the countries where they traveled. Some will have been even in difficult situations. Have been the case of a woman from the group returned from Egypt, which happened two months: "we were all scared in a room without oxygen. We used to cry every day. Three or four were sick. There were children among those who suffered from heart problems, cancer or other diseases ... "

The ceasefire agreed in Yemen ended on Sunday. But the World Food Program asked for an extension of the truce on humanitarian grounds. It didn't work out. In the North of the country, a shelter was hit by bombs, five Ethiopian refugees died and ten were injured.

#Unsg Ban regrets that despite repeated calls by UN, the 5-day humanitarian pause in <a href="">#Yemen</a> was not extended when it expired yesterday.<p>â€" UN Political Affairs (UN_DPA) 18 maio 2015

On #Yemen: #WFP reached 400, 000 men, women and kids during pause. More pauses are needed

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