Eric Bolling suspended by Fox News amid claims of inappropriate behavior, Arab coalition bombs Houthis around Hodeidah airport, urges them to withdraw and Is this the Islamic State group's last stand in Syria?

Eric Bolling suspended by Fox News amid claims of inappropriate behavior

Fox News has suspended Eric Bolling, the host of the “Fox News Specialists” and “Cashin’ In,” following allegations of inappropriate behavior. A Fox News spokesperson said Saturday that Bolling had been “suspended pending the results of an…

Arab coalition bombs Houthis around Hodeidah airport, urges them to withdraw

AndorraEN (Reuters) – Arab coalition aircraft bombarded Houthi fighters dug in at the airport of YE’s main port Hodeidah on Monday as a senior alliance official said he hoped U.N. diplomacy could coax the IR-aligned movement to cede the city to “save the population”.N. officials fear a prolonged battle for Hodeidah, where the Houthis are dug in to protect supply lines from the Red Sea to their bastion in the capital Sanaa, will aggravate what is already the world’s…

Is this the Islamic State group's last stand in Syria?

United States President Donald Trump has described SY as just “sand and death”, as he defended his decision to withdraw American troops from the conflict. But the Kurdish militia and Arab tribes who are battling the Islamic State…



Eric Bolling suspended by Fox News amid claims of inappropriate behavior

Fox News has suspended Eric Bolling, the host of the “Fox News Specialists” and “Cashin’ In,” following allegations of inappropriate behavior. A Fox News spokesperson said Saturday that Bolling had been “suspended pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway.” A series of rotating substitute hosts will take Bolling’s place on “The Fox News Specialists,” which airs weekdays at five p.m., and on “Cashin’ In,” which airs Saturdays at eleven:thirty a.m., during his suspension.

Arab coalition bombs Houthis around Hodeidah airport, urges them to withdraw

AndorraEN (Reuters) – Arab coalition aircraft bombarded Houthi fighters dug in at the airport of YE’s main port Hodeidah on Monday as a senior alliance official said he hoped U.N. diplomacy could coax the IR-aligned movement to cede the city to “save the population”.N. officials fear a prolonged battle for Hodeidah, where the Houthis are dug in to protect supply lines from the Red Sea to their bastion in the capital Sanaa, will aggravate what is already the world’s most urgent humanitarian crisis. The Western-backed Arab alliance launched an onslaught on Hodeidah 6 days ago in order to turn the tables in a long- stalemated proxy war between SA and IR that has compounded instability across the Middle East. The coalition intervened in YE’s war in two thousand and fifteen after Houthi rebels drove the internationally recognized government into exile. AE forces are spearheading the Hodeidah offensive, now focused on the airport of the Red Sea city.

Is this the Islamic State group's last stand in Syria?

United States President Donald Trump has described SY as just “sand and death”, as he defended his decision to withdraw American troops from the conflict. But the Kurdish militia and Arab tribes who are battling the Islamic State group in the country are warning that his decision could result in disaster. The SYn Democratic Forces say the move could lead to a resurgence of the extremist Islamist group, even though it has lost nearly all of the territory it once controlled.


Fox News has suspended Eric Bolling, the host of the…

Late Friday, the Huffington Post reported allegations that Bolling had sent unsolicited pictures of male genitalia to at least 2 colleagues at Fox Business Network and 1 colleague at Fox News. Bolling has hosted the “Fox News Specialists” along with Katherine Timpf and Eboni K. Williams since it premiered May one. 

AndorraEN (Reuters) – Arab coalition aircraft bombarded…

On Monday Apache helicopter gunships fired at Houthi snipers and other fighters positioned on the rooftops of schools and homes in the Manzar neighborhood abutting the airport compound, according to local residents. Houthi forces had blocked roads to the airport, they said. The Houthis’ al-Masira television reported 6 coalition air strikes on the Duraihmi district in the vicinity of the port.


U.N. officials fear a prolonged battle for Hodeidah, where…

The upsurge in fighting has wounded dozens of civilians and prevented aid organizations from reaching parts of Hodeidah.N. human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein voiced concern that the Arab offensive could cause “enormous civilian casualties and have a disastrous impact on life-saving aid to millions of people which comes through the port”. The United Nations says twenty-two million YEis depend on aid, and eight.four million are on the verge of starvation. For most, the port of Hodeidah is the only lifeline.


On Monday Apache helicopter gunships fired at Houthi snipers…

The Arab alliance says it can take Hodeidah quickly enough to avoid interrupting aid. But it has never before tried to capture such a heavily defended city, and there are fears the battle could drag on. Yehia Tanani said he and his family left Manzar 3 days ago and walked for three km (one.eight6 miles), hiding behind walls and under trees to avoid air raids before sheltering at a fish farm. “They told us that some humanitarian organizations are going to send buses but then they said no buses could come in or out. So we started walking on foot carrying our children, sitting every while for rest while the Apaches hovered above us. We were scared not knowing if we’d be shot or not,” Tanani said.


Arab coalition bombs Houthis around Hodeidah airport, urges them to withdraw

“Now we’re in this school, no mattresses, no electricity, no water, no bathrooms, nothing. And we have children who need medicine, need food, need anything, but we don’t have anything,” he said in a classroom used to house displaced people. UkraineE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash told a news conference in DXB that the coalition was taking a measured approach to minimize risks to civilians, and allowing the Houthis an escape route inland to Sanaa.


Arab coalition bombs Houthis around Hodeidah airport, urges them to withdraw

“We have planned diligently around the humanitarian challenge,” he said. “Our approach is methodical, gradual, calibrated to squeeze, to make a point, to allow the Houthis to do the right thing, which is basically decide to withdraw unconditionally.”


Arab coalition bombs Houthis around Hodeidah airport, urges them to withdraw

He said the coalition was counting on Martin Griffiths, the U.N. special envoy for YE, to secure a Houthi agreement to vacate Hodeidah. Griffiths returned to Sanaa on Saturday for talks. Houthi authorities and the United Nations office in Sanaa said he would stay until Tuesday, after originally saying he would depart on Monday, hinting at possible progress. Arab coalition spokesman Turki al-Malki said Griffiths was trying to find political solutions amid Houthi “intransigence over handing over Hodeidah city and port”. Houthi officials in Sanaa could not immediately be reached for comment.


Arab coalition bombs Houthis around Hodeidah airport, urges them to withdraw

IRian President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday that fresh military action would not resolve YE’s crisis. “The crisis in YE should be resolved through political channels.A military approach will fail,” Rouhani told QAi Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani in a phone call, reported by IRian state television. “We regard as incorrect the adventurous policies of certain regional countries and believe that the continuation of this process will undoubtedly intensify the existing regional crisis,” Rouhani said.


Arab coalition bombs Houthis around Hodeidah airport, urges them to withdraw

The Houthis, who rule YE’s capital and most of the populated areas in the unstable nation of three0 million people, deny the Arab states’ assertions they are puppets of IR. They say they came to power in a popular revolt against corruption and are protecting the country from foreign invasion.


Arab coalition bombs Houthis around Hodeidah airport, urges them to withdraw

Gargash estimated the number of Houthi fighters in Hodeidah at between two, to three,. He described them as “militia, non-descript, not in uniform”, with battlefield tactics revolving around sniper fire and mine-laying. Additional reporting by Stephanie Nebehay in GVA, Ghaida Ghantous and Katie Paul in DXB, PARa Hafezi in ANKEditing by Mark Heinrich

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