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2002: Into Djibouti

Daily American 28 Apr 2021
- Marine Corps strength. 177,868 (0.06% of U.S. population)In 2002, Marines were sent to the Horn of Africa for the first time since leaving Somalia in the mid-90s to strike Al Qaeda cells in Yemen. Marines were stationed in friendly ... .
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Chinese envoy calls for efforts to advance political process in Yemen

Xinhua 16 Apr 2021
Geng Shuang, China's deputy permanent representative to the United Nations, on April 15, 2021 calls for efforts to advance peace in Yemen ... "China welcomes Saudi Arabia's new initiative and appreciates the measures taken by Saudi Arabia to ease the situation in Yemen ... Resolution of the Yemen issue must rely on political and diplomatic means, he said.
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Red Sea on the brink of environmental catastrophe

The Jerusalem Post 05 Apr 2021
And only 10 to 15% of the [260,000 barrels of] marine oil was recovered after the Exxon Valdez oil spill,” Wahab added ... Abdulqader Mohammed al-Kharraz is an environmental assessment professor at the College of Marine Sciences and Environment at Hodeidah University and a former chairman of Yemen’s Environmental Protection Authority.
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First fuel ship this year docks in Hodeidah as Saudi-led coalition relaxes blockade

CNN 26 Mar 2021
The Saudi-led coalition has enforced a sea and air blockade around the north of Yemen for years, where roughly 80% of the population lives ... Amar Aladrai, the executive general manager of the Houthi-controlled Yemen National Oil Company, told CNN Thursday Thuruya had docked, while marine tracking apps showed the tanker at the port.
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Analysis: How the US can combat the soldiering of children

Sandhills Express 18 Mar 2021
The United Nations reports that in Yemen, seventy percent of the child soldiers in Yemen exploited between 2015 and 2016 were a result of Saudi Arabia paying Sudan and Libya for “soldiering services.” Many of those from Sudan and Libya were under the age of 18 ... Marine.
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Air NZ receive report after revelations of work for Saudi Arabian military

TVNZ 17 Mar 2021
In February, 1 NEWS revealed Air NZ had been secretly helping the Saudi Arabian military despite it fuelling a humanitarian crisis in Yemen. The 1 NEWS investigation revealed that Air New Zealand's business unit, Gas Turbines, which specialises in servicing military marine engines and turbines, has been supporting the Saudi Navy.
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Iran continues to supply Houthis with weapons: Yemen minister

Arab News 14 Mar 2021
Tehran has not stopped providing the Houthis with military support as the militia continues to be equipped with Iran-made marine mines, a Yemen senior official said ... The Iran-backed militia has escalated military operations in Yemen’s Marib region as well as ballistic missile and drone attacks against Saudi Arabia.
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National MP Chris Luxon, ex-Air NZ boss, has ‘no recollection’ of controversial Saudi contract

TVNZ 09 Feb 2021
That’s despite the Saudi navy blocking food and medicine getting into Yemen, fuelling a humanitarian crisis and putting millions of people at risk of starvation ... An Air NZ team has been repairing engines on Saudi navy vessels, despite the military fuelling a humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
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Air NZ CEO recognises 'poor judgement' in helping Saudi military, but says work will continue

TVNZ 08 Feb 2021
Air New Zealand chief executive Greg Foran says “poor judgment” was involved when the national carrier signed off to help the Saudi Arabian military by working on its marine engines ... An Air NZ team has been repairing engines on Saudi navy vessels, despite the military fuelling a humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
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Exclusive: Air NZ has been secretly helping Saudi Arabian military despite its role in Yemen ...

TVNZ 08 Feb 2021
Air New Zealand has been secretly helping the Saudi Arabian military despite it fuelling a humanitarian crisis in Yemen. Yemen child, Air New Zealand logo ... A 1 NEWS investigation has revealed that Air New Zealand's business unit, Gas Turbines, which specialises in servicing military marine engines and turbines, has been supporting the Saudi Navy.
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US return to the world stage presents huge opportunity for Britain

The Observer 07 Feb 2021
The UK is the penholder on Yemen at the UN and the UN special envoy for Yemen, Marin Griffiths, is British, but simply to blame UK lethargy or Saudi intransigence solely for the failure to make progress on Yemen is to underestimate the difficulties diplomats have faced in ...
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UN fears Houthis could block critical inspection mission to decaying tanker off Yemen’s coast

Arab News 03 Feb 2021
The UN on Wednesday expressed fears that the Iran-backed Houthis could be about to break a promise to allow an international inspection team to board the decaying FSO Safer oil tanker moored off Yemen’s Red Sea coast ... The EU delegation to Yemen has demanded the Houthis give an immediate green light to the UN team.
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Iran’s strategy of state piracy menaces Middle East oil lanes

Arab News 07 Jan 2021
The Iran-backed Houthi militia in Yemen has also launched repeated attacks on ports and ships in recent years, routinely planting marine mines in the southern Red Sea and in the Bab Al-Mandab Strait in the path of commercial shipping.
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Xinhua Middle East news summary at 2200 GMT, Jan. 4

China.dot.org 04 Jan 2021
"The tanker, departing from the Saudi port of Al-Jubail, was seized when sailing in the Gulf by the Zulfiqar fleet in the first Naval District of the IRGC for repeated violations of marine environmental laws," the IRGC said in a statement ... (Yemen-Houthi-Missiles) Enditem .
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Scientists Warn Red Sea Could Suffer Disaster Worse Than the Exxon Valdez

The Washington Informer 01 Jan 2021
Scientists anticipate a massive leak of over one million barrels of oil — four times greater than the Exxon Valdez tanker spill in 1989 — in the Red Sea off the coast of Yemen ... A massive oil spill is anticipated off the coast of Yemen as the Safer floating storage and offloading unit begins to leak.
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