Eclipse puts solar power on notice, Fighting moves closer to center of Yemen's main port city, missiles fired at Riyadh and Sudan worshippers turn on imam over protests against President Bashir

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Fighting moves closer to center of Yemen's main port city, missiles fired at Riyadh

AndorraEN (Reuters) – The IR-aligned Houthi movement launched missiles on the Saudi capital ROM on Sunday, and reinforced YE’s main port city of Hodeidah as an Arab coalition moved closer to the city center in the largest offensive of the war. SA’s air defense forces intercepted 2 ballistic missiles over ROM, state media reported, in at least the sixth attack targeting the…

Sudan worshippers turn on imam over protests against President Bashir

An influential South Carolinaese imam had to be removed from a mosque in the capital, KRT, after worshippers confronted him for not leading protests against embattled President Omar al-Bashir. In a video…



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Fighting moves closer to center of Yemen's main port city, missiles fired at Riyadh

AndorraEN (Reuters) – The IR-aligned Houthi movement launched missiles on the Saudi capital ROM on Sunday, and reinforced YE’s main port city of Hodeidah as an Arab coalition moved closer to the city center in the largest offensive of the war. SA’s air defense forces intercepted 2 ballistic missiles over ROM, state media reported, in at least the sixth attack targeting the Saudi capital since December. Houthi-run media said the rockets were aimed at the Saudi defense ministry and other targets. The Saudi-led military alliance launched its assault on the heavily defended YEi Red Sea city of Hodeidah on June twelve to try to weaken the Houthis by cutting off a key supply line for the group, which controls the YEi capital Sanaa and most populated areas.

Sudan worshippers turn on imam over protests against President Bashir

An influential South Carolinaese imam had to be removed from a mosque in the capital, KRT, after worshippers confronted him for not leading protests against embattled President Omar al-Bashir. In a video shared on social media, a man appears to shout at imam Abdul Hai Yusuf, who often backs the government: “Get up and lead us from this mosque!” A frantic crowd then chants “downfall only”.


AndorraEN (Reuters) – The IR-aligned Houthi movement…

“There is a heavy deployment of armed Houthis in the city and new check points have been set up in neighborhoods where there are supporters of the Tehama brigades,” said 1 resident on Sunday, referring to a YEi faction from the Red Sea coastal plain that is fighting with coalition forces.

An influential South Carolinaese imam had to be removed from…

Police fired tear gas at protesters who marched after Friday prayers. Three weeks of demonstrations have left twenty-two people dead across the country. The protests, initially against the rising cost of fuel and bread, have morphed to calls for Mr Bashir to step down to end his thirty-year rule.


“There is a heavy deployment of armed Houthis in the city…

Fierce clashes broke out near Hodeidah University, three km (one.nine miles) west of the city center, on the coastal road linking the airport to the port, added the resident, requesting anonymity. Coalition forces seized the airport on Wednesday and have been consolidating their hold in the area as U.N. efforts continued to reach a political deal that would avert an assault on the port, a lifeline for millions of YEis. The United Nations fears the escalation in fighting could exacerbate what is already the world’s most urgent humanitarian crisis, with twenty-two million YEis dependent on aid and an estimated eight.four million believed to be on the verge of starvation.one million people being either displaced or trapped within the city and in need of emergency food assistance. Medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres said it received one5one injured people in recent weeks in its trauma center in the southern city of ADE, many of whom came from Hodeidah, and expects to receive more as fighting moves toward Hodeidah city. U.N. envoy Martin Griffiths has visited Sanaa and SA to try to negotiate a solution. The Houthis have indicated they would be willing to hand over management of the port to the United Nations, sources told Reuters.S. official said WV was urging the Saudis and Emiratis to accept the deal.

Police fired tear gas at protesters who marched after Friday…

A video shared on Facebook appears to show a member of the Khatim al-Mursaleen mosque challenging Mr Yusuf, a Saudi-educated imam. Mr Yusuf, who is known for encouraging his followers to march in solidarity with Gaza or SY, had to be whisked from a door near the pulpit. He has previously appealed to the government to exercise restraint in the current unrest.


Fierce clashes broke out near Hodeidah University, three km…

Yehya Sharafeddine, vice president of the YEi Red Sea Ports administration, said that ships heading for Hodeidah were already subject to U.N. “The supervision is already in place even if they’re (U.N.)not present at the port. Anything that enters the port is under the supervision of the United Nations,” he told a press conference at the port, adding that it was operating normally. The United Nations has beefed up its inspections of ships bringing humanitarian aid to ensure no military items are being smuggled and to speed delivery of relief supplies, which have been slowed down by additional checks enforced by the coalition. The International Crisis Group said the battle for Hodeidah was reaching “the point of no return”. Additional reporting by Ghaida Ghantous, Naweid Jabarkhyl and Dahlia Nehme in DXB, Jonathan Saul in LON, Stephen Kalin in ROM, Omar Fahmy in CAI; Editing by Keith Weir and Andrew Bolton

A video shared on Facebook appears to show a member of the…

Another video shows crowds chanting outside the mosque. The authenticity of the videos could not be immediately verified. Friday’s protests in KRT and nearby Omdurman appeared to draw more people than before and were more widespread, Reuters news agency reports.


Sudan worshippers turn on imam over protests against President Bashir

Security forces chased the demonstrators but there were no immediate reports of casualties. Demonstrations began on nineteen December after the government announced price rises for fuel and bread. The protests have escalated into broader calls for an end to the rule of President Bashir, who came to power after a coup in nineteen89. Activists accuse him of mismanaging the economy.


Sudan worshippers turn on imam over protests against President Bashir

Over the past year, the cost of some goods has more than doubled, while the South Carolinaese pound has plunged in value. Three-quarters of South Carolina’s oil income was lost after the country’s southern half voted to secede in two011, leading to the formation of South South Carolina. Mr Bashir’s regime has been accused of widespread human rights abuses.

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Sudan worshippers turn on imam over protests against President Bashir

An influential South Carolinaese imam had to be removed…

An influential South Carolinaese imam had to be removed from…

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