Yemeni Officials: 25 Troops Killed in Houthi Missile Strike
A missile attack launched by Shiite rebels in Yemen hit an army camp Saturday, killing at least 25 troops, Yemeni officials said.
A Sultan Dies. Can His Singular Diplomacy Survive?
America and Iran, Iran and Israel, Saudis and Houthis, Sunnis and Shiites â€” the ruler of Oman shuttled between them all.
U.S. Unsuccessfully Tried Killing a Second Iranian Military Official
A failed airstrike in Yemen was aimed at Abdul Reza Shahlai, an official with Iranâ€™s Quds Force and an organizer of financing for regional militias supported by Iran.
This Has Been the Best Year Ever
For humanity over all, life just keeps getting better.
With U.S. Help No Longer Assured, Saudis Try a New Strategy: Talks
Worried that they can no longer count on American defense, the Saudis have begun talking to their enemies to cool conflicts in the region.
Has the Travel Ban Affected You and Your Family? Tell Us How
With the holidays here, we want to hear from those whose families have been affected by President Trumpâ€™s restrictions.
PaÃs por paÃs, IrÃ¡n destruye la libertad
Sin embargo, los movimientos sociales en IrÃ¡n, Irak y otras naciones siguen reclamando y manifestÃ¡ndose por sus derechos.
U.N. Asks for Record Funds for Aid Programs
Citing wars and the effects of climate change that have produced a flood of refugees, the agency is seeking nearly $30 billion for humanitarian relief in 2020.
Iran Is Crushing Freedom One Country at a Time
Grass-roots movements in Iran, Iraq and other nations continue to push for rights nonetheless.
This Knockout Spicy Sauce From Yemen Will Improve Almost Any Dish
Looking to punch up your eggs? Or add some zing to your salad? Just give it a little zhug.
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