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  1. Yemen: Cholera death rates soar in rebel-held areasRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 26 | Al Jazeera

    Ninety percent of Yemen's cholera deaths occur in Houthi areas hit by Saudi-led coalition air strikes and a blockade. Health centres have been unable to receive medical supplies because of a blockade by Saudi-led coalition [Khaled Abdullah/Reuters] The vast majority of Yemen's cholera deaths have occurred in areas controlled by Houthi rebels, largely the result of a blockade and air strikes by the Saudi Arabia-led coalition they are fighting, an Al Jazeera investigation reveals.

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  2. Days after 9/11: The ordeal Osama bin Laden's wives, children facedRead the original story

    May 7, 2017 | Newkerala.com

    London [U.K.], May 8 : The world's once most wanted man Osama bin Laden, who changed the face of terrorism by orchestrating the September 11 attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in which around 3,000 people were killed, tried to ensure that his family and children stayed safe in the aftermath of the attacks. But his jihadist ideology rendered their lives with uncertainties.

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  3. Saudi king's new order loosens guardianship rules on womenRead the original story

    May 5, 2017 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    After all, the oil-rich Arab country is a place where women, in this day and age, are still banned from activities like driving or traveling without a male blood relative or husband and are forced to cover completely from head-to-toe in public. The Taoiseach has said that while he did not specifically discuss women's rights with Saudi authorities in 2014, the subject is "obviously included" in the more general topic of human rights.

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  4. Escalation in Yemen risks famine, collapse, Iranian entrapmentRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2017 | The Hill

    The Yemen civil war - fought by the legitimate Yemeni government with the backing of a Saudi-led coalition against a Houthi-led alliance with Iranian support - enters its third year next month. For much of the war, the Obama administration counseled its close partner Saudi Arabia against being drawn deeper into a war of attrition being fueled in part by the Iranians at very low cost.

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