sexta-feira, 22 de junho de 2018

ALJAZEERA-Yemen war: Hudaida residents escape south to Sanaa

YEMEN

Yemen war: Hudaida residents escape south to Sanaa

People from Hudaida have started heading south to the capital Sanaa in an attempt to escape the fighting in the port city.
INSIDE STORY

Can international community act on torture claims in Yemen?

Investigation reveals prisoners are beaten, tortured and sexually abused in secret centres run by the UAE.
EUROPE

Political tensions loom over critical OPEC meeting

Will Iran agree to Saudi and Russia’s call to lift oil production?
Political tensions loom over critical OPEC meeting
SYRIA'S WAR

Syrian offensive displaces thousands in rebel-held Deraa

More than 12,000 civilians displaced since Tuesday after regime forces intensified their shelling and air raids.
Syrian offensive displaces thousands in rebel-held Deraa
ISRAEL

Syrians in Golan Heights to boycott municipal election by Israel

Syrian residents of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights will boycott the first municipal elections by Israel in the area.
Syrians in Golan Heights to boycott municipal election by Israel
POLITICS

US faces more retaliatory tariffs from allies

Turkey and India become the latest Washington allies to impose millions of dollars in levies on American goods.
Allies line up to impose retaliatory trade tariffs on US
MIDDLE EAST

Iran's Zarif: Trump's behaviour 'erratic, dangerous'

Iran's top diplomat says Tehran cannot negotiate and entrust security of the Middle East to an 'impulsive' US leader.
Iran's Zarif: Donald Trump's behaviour 'erratic, dangerous'
LIBYA

Haftar forces 'retake' key oil terminals in Libya

Rebel groups, who attacked the terminals last week, say they still control the Ras Lanuf and Sidra oil terminals.
Haftar forces claim to have retaken key oil terminals in Libya
OPINION

Turkey's June 24 elections are about checks and balances

The early call of the elections in Turkey had some unintended consequences, including uniting the opposition.
Fuat Keyman
MIDDLE EAST

Israeli PM Netanyahu's wife Sara charged with fraud

Sara Netanyahu is accused of misuse of state funds worth about $100,000 for catering services at PM's residence.
OPINION

Turkey's June 24 elections are about stability

The transformation of Turkey's political system will usher in a period of stability for civilian rule.
Kadir Ustun

Algeria, Iraq block internet to prevent exam cheating

The government takes the decision in an effort to prevent a repeat of the 2016 leaks in high school exams.
Algeria and Iraq shut down internet to prevent exam cheating
MIDDLE EAST

Turkey's economic woes weigh heavy on voters' minds

With the current account deficit widening, inflation soaring and the lira sliding, people's pockets are hurting.
MIDDLE EAST

Iraq's top court endorses manual recount of votes

The court backs parliament decision for recount of May parliamentary elections after allegations of electoral fraud.
Iraq's Supreme Court endorses manual recount of votes
MIDDLE EAST

Internally displaced Libyans suffer amid political instability

The United Nations Refugee Agency is setting up aid projects nationwide aimed at alleviating the suffering of displaced people.
SAUDI ARABIA

MBS' one year in office: Reforms amid curb on dissent

Saudi crown prince wrapped up eventful first year in his position by combining social reforms with crackdown on dissent.
MIDDLE EAST

Yemen war: People of Hudaida caught in the middle of the fighting

Residents struggle as they face dwindling supplies while troops backed by Saudi-led coalition stormed an airport in Hudaida - part of a crucial battle for Yemen's main port city.
YEMEN

Yemen rebels vow to fight on after Hudaida airport defeat

Rebel leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi called for reinforcements to repel the advance of Saudi-Emirati coalition forces.
Yemen rebels vow to fight on after Hudaida airport defeat
OPINION

In southern Syria, the US faces a Russia-Israel challenge

The US is being pushed to take action on Syria's southern front.
Joe Macaron
SYRIA'S WAR

UN: Syrian forces committed war crimes in Eastern Ghouta

Besieged civilians were indiscriminately attacked, and systematically denied food and medicine, UN investigators say.
UN: Syrian forces committed war crimes in Eastern Ghouta
WORLD CUP 2018

Updates: Suarez leads Uruguay to win over Saudi Arabia

Live updates from the World Cup 2018 match between Uruguay and Saudi Arabia.
Updates: Suarez leads Uruguay to win over Saudi Arabia
OPINION

Will Russia let Iran down to win the US over?

Russia sees itself as a superpower, not as Iran's equal. This is what dictates its policies towards Iran.
Maysam Behravesh
TURKEY ELECTIONS 2018

United against Erdogan: Turkey opposition's alliance of necessity

Four politically distinct parties form bloc to challenge Turkish president and his party in key polls.
United against Erdogan: Turkey opposition's alliance of necessity
LIBYA

Clashes cut Libya's oil output by nearly half

'Production has seen a reduction by 450,000 barrels per day, plus 70 million cubic feet of natural gas.'
Libya clashes at oil ports cut output by nearly half
WORLD CUP 2018

Updates: Portugal v Morocco - Ronaldo on target

Live updates from the World Cup 2018 match between Portugal and Morocco.
Updates: Portugal v Morocco - Ronaldo on target
MIDDLE EAST

Saudi, UAE coalition forces claim control of Hudaida airport

Yemeni army is blocking the road between Hudaida province and the capital, cutting Houthi supply lines and stopping reinforcements from getting through.
MIDDLE EAST

Turkey's Syrian refugees hot-topic issue in upcoming election

As the Turkish economy slows down and people are getting ready to elect new leadership, the presence of millions of Syrian refugees living in the country returns to the fore.
YEMEN

Yemeni prisoners say UAE officers sexually torture them: AP

United Arab Emirates officers tortured detainees in 18 secret prisons in Yemen, an AP news agency investigation finds.
OPINION

Israel has three options in Gaza

Israel might either reoccupy Gaza, launch another massive military assault or lift the siege.
Adnan Abu Amer
ISRAELI–PALESTINIAN CONFLICT

Israeli jets carry out strikes in Gaza

Exchange of Israeli air raids and Palestinian rockets over Gaza border has been one of most intense in recent weeks.
Israeli jets carry out strikes in Gaza
YEMEN

Saudi, UAE coalition enters Hudaida airport compound

Losing Hudaida would weaken Houthi rebels by severing supply lines from Red Sea port city to their stronghold in Sanaa.
YEMEN

Battle for Hudaida: All you need to know

The fierce clashes risk escalating dire humanitarian crisis in the country, where eight million are at starvation risk.
All you need to know about Yemen's Hudaida offensive
AL JAZEERA WORLD

Lebanon: Single By Choice

Why are so many Lebanese women single? Five women share their stories of love, life and marriage in Lebanon.
SYRIA'S WAR

No breakthrough in Turkey-Iran-Russia talks on Syria constitution

Tripartite meeting in Geneva ends with 'some common ground was beginning to emerge', UN envoy says.
No breakthrough in Turkey-Iran-Russia talks on Syria constitution
ISRAELI–PALESTINIAN CONFLICT

UN chief warns Gaza 'on brink of war'

In report sent to UN Security Council before Tuesday meeting, UN condemns Israeli use of force against Palestinians.
UN chief Antonio Guterres: Gaza 'on brink of war'

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