Yemen Support Operation: Houthi militia deny 19 vessels access to Al-Hudayda port

File Photo showing a vessel docked at Al-Hudaydah Port west of Yemen. (Reuters)
Updated 21 April 2018
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Yemen Support Operation: Houthi militia deny 19 vessels access to Al-Hudayda port

LONDON: Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to Yemen has announced that Houthi backed Militia in Yemen have blocked 19 vessels close to Al-Hudayda port denying
them access to the port to empty their cargo.
Ambassador Mohammed Al-Jaber said in a tweet that the Yemen Center for Humanitarian operations is deeply worried that Houthi militia are not allowing the 19 ships into the port. Al-Jaber added that access to Al-Hudayda port was denied for the vessels carrying various type of petroleum products despite the fact that the port is empty and there are no ships moored there currently.
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US-led 2017 blitz on Syria’s Raqqa killed 1,600 civilians

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US-led 2017 blitz on Syria’s Raqqa killed 1,600 civilians

  • The unprecedented investigation was led by Amnesty International and the Airwars monitoring group
  • It urged top coalition members to show more transparency and accountability

BEIRUT: Intensive US-led coalition bombardment on the Syrian city of Raqqa killed more than 1,600 civilians over four months in 2017, according to a report released on Thursday.
The unprecedented investigation, led by Amnesty International and the Airwars monitoring group, urged top coalition members to show more transparency and accountability.
“Many of the air bombardments were inaccurate and tens of thousands of artillery strikes were indiscriminate,” said Donatella Rovera, crisis response adviser at Amnesty.