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Separation conspiracy targeting Yemen to serves foreign goals and ambitions

Military resolution is no longer a goal. Partition and chaos are scenarios for a war without a horizon in Yemen DW-YEMEN. For more than four years, Yemen has been engaged in a fierce war between the internationally recognized “Shareeya” government, backed by a Saudi-led Arab military alliance, and the   Houthis (Ansar Allah), which controls the capital Sanaa and most of the densely populated northern country. Difficult humanitarian conditions have made most of the population of this impoverished country in need of urgent assistance, in a humanitarian crisis that the United Nations considers “the world’s worst. In this confrontation in Yemen, the Houthis are no longer a tactic in which the cards are mixed and the partition plan passed. Confronting Iran’s plans to dominate and dominate the region through control of parts of Yemen is no longer important, despite its close association with regional security . Yemen faces a division scenario due to the collision of the objectives of the regional and international actors and contradicts the objectives of the storm of firmness with the strategic …

The high cost of living war returns Yemen to the Stone Age

Yemenis struggle with fuel shortages, skyrocketing prices DW- Yemen .The four-year conflict in Yemen which has pushed huge swathes of the population close to famine has also left the country with a severe fuel crisis.  The people’s and local communities’ need for fuel has caused unprecedented demand on fuel firewood and coal, amid the huge fuel crisis caused by the current war. Sana’a and the governorates under  controlled  by Ansar Allah are experiencing a scarcity of cooking gas  cylinders at the official rate of 3200 riyals (4.3 dollars) for the cylinder.   Every month, one cylinder per household is released, and this is not enough for people’s needs,  with some residents, owners of restaurants and gas-powered cars moving to buy from the black market, where the price of a single cylinder is about 10,000 riyals (13.7 dollars) at least . “The Saudi-Emirati aggression has besieged Yemen and deprived  people  of the most basic necessities, the increase in demand for gas has tripled, and in return they have reduced gas supply. The gas is a local resource …

Education in Yemen is the strangest in the world. War destroys 2,600 schools

DW YEMEN– A small unfinished house in the north of Sanaa International Airport at the area of ​​Beit Al-Halley and with some personal efforts, the abandoned house was transferred to “Bir al-Ghusain” school, where 320 students study. Children in the elementary school are studying in a very difficult circumstances and their suffering exceed expectations. A large number of students are studying in a house with only the outer structure, in a deserted house where there are no windows, no doors and no toilets! Stories of those students are beyond heartbreaking. For example, a little girl after finishing with the classroom, she go to search in the trash to find something to eat, she keeps studying when she is starving, another child wears his shoes in the morning until he finishes then he finds his brother in the way back and give him his shoes so that he could go to school another girl who studies in the morning, exchange her bag in the way back with her sister who study in the afternoon of the …

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Yemeni woman suffers to save lives

Yemen food crisis and water crisis DW-YEMEN. Four years since the beginning of the war on Yemen led by Saudi Arabia, since then people have been suffering from poverty, hunger, the spread of diseases, the absence of gas and oil derivatives. Airstrikes targets civilians every day, land and sea blockade, also food and medicine are not allowed into Yemen. “UN loses war against famine in Yemen “United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Mark Lowcock said. Yemen Humanitarian Coordinator Liz Grande said, Yemen is facing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, and about 80 percent of the total population, or 24.1 million people needs humanitarian assistance and protection, and 10 million people are one step away from famine and dyeing from hunger, And seven million people suffer from malnutrition. Yemeni women have become more affected by this situation in the capital Sana’a and in a number of other governorates and the execution of domestic gas has been forcing women to return to the use of wood fuel. More than three months, people wait to get …