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More than 100,000 killed in Yemen's civil war since 2015

A report by the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project (ACLED) says that over 100,000 people have been killed in Yemen since 2015. #Yemen #War #SaudiArabia

US drone strikes in Yemen continue to kill civilians

US drone strikes in Yemen continue to kill civilians

The War in Yemen: Saudi led invasion of Yemen enters fourth year

The War in Yemen: Saudi led invasion of Yemen enters fourth year

Shortages threaten Sanaa oxygen plant and patients’ lives

Shortages threaten Sanaa oxygen plant and patients’ lives

Latest fighting displaces more people in eastern Yemen

Latest fighting displaces more people in eastern Yemen

'Sarajevo Safari’ reveals 'manhunting' tourism in Bosnian War

'Sarajevo Safari’ reveals 'manhunting' tourism in Bosnian War

Amnesty says Facebook owes Rohingya reparations for Myanmar violence

Amnesty says Facebook owes Rohingya reparations for Myanmar violence

11.3 million people in Cuba have no electricity after Hurricane Ian

11.3 million people in Cuba have no electricity after Hurricane Ian

Is this to aircraft what Tesla is to cars?

Is this to aircraft what Tesla is to cars?

A “journalist” or just a PKK terrorist?

A “journalist” or just a PKK terrorist?

Nord Stream pipeline leaks raise concerns of 'sabotage'

Nord Stream pipeline leaks raise concerns of 'sabotage'

Protests in Iran over the death of Mahsa Amini continue for 11 nights

Protests in Iran over the death of Mahsa Amini continue for 11 nights

The right is celebrating Italy's election results

The right is celebrating Italy's election results

Why Japan is split over Shinzo Abe’s state funeral?

Why Japan is split over Shinzo Abe’s state funeral?

Edward Snowden is now a Russian citizen

Edward Snowden is now a Russian citizen

‘The place for terrorists isn’t the streets, but the prisons’ – Erdogan

‘The place for terrorists isn’t the streets, but the prisons’ – Erdogan

Is Greece being honest about its peace rhetoric?

Is Greece being honest about its peace rhetoric?

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