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Riyadh’s Offer to the Houthis

The war in Yemen has devastated millions of lives, leaving 80 percent of the population dependent on humanitarian assistance. But finding a way out of the fighting remains as elusive as ever, even with Saudi Arabia’s newly proposed ceasefire plan. Houthis have rejected it outright saying it only offers up the same, unacceptable conditions that were on the table a year ago. And Riyadh says that response proves the Houthis aren't actually interested in peace. Guests: Najeeb Ghanem Former Yemeni Health Minister Hussain Albukhaiti Pro-Houthi Journalist Giorgio Cafiero Founder and CEO of Gulf State Analytics

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Yemen's Frontline City: Once thriving city of Taiz now lies in ruins

United Nations says child marriages are increasing in Yemen

United Nations says child marriages are increasing in Yemen

The War In Yemen: UN says 12 to 14M people are starving

The War In Yemen: UN says 12 to 14M people are starving

The War In Yemen: Saudi-led coalition rejects Houthi ceasefire

The War In Yemen: Saudi-led coalition rejects Houthi ceasefire

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Omicron Variant: How Worried Should the World Be?

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Channel Tragedy: Asylum Seekers Risking It All to Reach the UK

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What Will It Take to Defeat Somalia's Al Shabab?

Can Turkey-UAE Relationship Revitalise the Region?

Can Turkey-UAE Relationship Revitalise the Region?

Is the US Justice System Unjust?

Is the US Justice System Unjust?

The Bloc v Belarus

The Bloc v Belarus

Migrant Crisis: Is the EU Violating Its Allegiance to Uphold Human Rights?

Migrant Crisis: Is the EU Violating Its Allegiance to Uphold Human Rights?

Sudan: Violence Escalates as Security Forces Shoot Down Anti-Coup Protesters

Sudan: Violence Escalates as Security Forces Shoot Down Anti-Coup Protesters

Secretary Blinken in Africa to Re-engage US in the Continent

Secretary Blinken in Africa to Re-engage US in the Continent

Racism in Sport: Will Azeem Rafiq's Testimony Lead to Change?

Racism in Sport: Will Azeem Rafiq's Testimony Lead to Change?

Migrants Struggle to Survive as EU, Belarus Play Political Blame Game

Migrants Struggle to Survive as EU, Belarus Play Political Blame Game

‘Be Afraid’: Climate Activist Slams Failure of World Leaders at COP26

‘Be Afraid’: Climate Activist Slams Failure of World Leaders at COP26

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