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Fighting, airstrikes throughout Yemen as dialogue remains distant ADEN: Yemeni fighters loyal to the Saudi-backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi clashed with Iranian-allied Houthi fighters on Sunday in downtown Aden, the absent leader's last major foothold in the country.Hadi loyalists in the southern port city reported a gun battle in the central Crater district in which three people were killed, and said they recaptured the airport, which has changed hands several times in the last five days of fighting.The Health Ministry, loyal to the Houthi fighters who control the capital, said Saudi-led air strikes had killed 35 people and wounded 88 overnight. The figures could not be independently confirmed.The Houthi fighters, representing a Shia minority that makes up around a third of Yemen's population, emerged as the most powerful force in the Arab world's poorest country last year when they captured the capital Sanaa.Saudi Arabia has rallied Sunni Muslim Arab countries in an air campaign to support Hadi, who ...

Arab air strikes cripple Yemen's main airport SANAA: Arab coalition warplanes bombed the runway at Yemen's main international airport and struck a renegade troop base in the capital in a fourth night of Saudi-led raids against Iranian-backed rebels.The strikes on the country's main air gateway came just hours after UN workers were evacuated following deadly fighting that has sent tensions between Tehran and other Middle East powers soaring.Yemen's President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi has urged his Arab allies to keep up the bombing ...
Arab leaders agree joint military force: Egypt's Sisi SHARM EL SHEIKH: Arab leaders have agreed to form a joint military force, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced on Sunday on the second day of a summit."The Arab leaders had decided to agree on the principle of a joint Arab military force," Sisi said in a speech at the summit held in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh.The head of the Arab League would follow up on the decision by organising the voluntary ...
Live Updates; World Cup Final Aus Vs NZ (Second Innings) SECOND INNINGS:'Kangaroos' make it again to the World Cup title. This is the fifth time they have made it to the title. Finally Aussies are the winners of World Cup 2015. Over 34: And it's a winning Four by Smith. (186-3)Over 33: Tim Southee is on the bowling side, Watson at the striking end. one single on third ball. Smith is on the strike now! go for one more single. Just two runs to win. ...
Live Updates; World Cup Final Aus Vs NZ Second Inning; Live UpdatesNew Zealand set an easy target of 184 runs for Australia. Australia seems like taking another World Cup home. Over 45: TWO WICKETS!! Johnson thrashed Henry and Trent Boult in the same over. And it's the end of the New Zealand innings. (183)Over 44: Three runs in this over. (181-8)Over 43: It's a Six by Southee. Johnson on attacking end. (178-8)Over 42: Tim Southee is a new batsman, it's a four by ...
Dar reviews options regarding working of SME bank ISLAMABAD: Minister for Finance Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar chaired a meeting on Saturday to review various options regarding the future working of SME bank including its merger.The meeting was attended by senior officials from SME bank, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), Finance Division and National Bank of Pakistan said a press release.President SME bank Ihsan ul Haq Khan gave a presentation on the current position of SME bank and also dilated on its future prospects ...

 



 
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