ML--Yemen Headlines

  • The Destruction of Yemen

    We can't yet know the full extent of the disaster that has engulfed Yemen, but the people are going to be living with the consequences of this nightmare for decades to come.

    The American Conservative
  • What next for Yemen's Hodeida?

    How did Hodeida become the main frontline in Yemen's devastating war? Who is winning, and what's next for the crucial port city?After nearly four years of...

    Mail Online
  • How Washington Destroyed Yemen

    Daniel R. DePetris Security, Middle East Years of damage done to Sana'a under the policies of the Obama administration have forced the Trump team to focus on damage-control duties. Last week more than two dozen Obama administration alumni released a letter through the non-profit National Security Action organization calling on the Trump administration to pull all U.S. support to the Saudi-led coalition. The letter was published days after the Defense Department announced the severance of...

    The National Interest
  • Stop the Destruction of Yemen

    One of the serious failings in our foreign policy debates, including and especially the debate over the war on Yemen, is our obliviousness to the views of the people harmed by our policies.

    The American Conservative
  • The Midterms and the War on Yemen

    The change in control of the House may have the greatest impact on U.S. support for the war on Yemen.

    The American Conservative
  • Our Responsibility for the Destruction of Yemen

    There are now up to 14 million people who are at risk of starvation by year's end, and our government's policy of unconditional support for the Saudis has helped bring that about.

    The American Conservative
  • The Economic War on Yemen

    To prevent one of the largest modern famines from claiming the lives of millions of people, the governments responsible for sabotaging Yemen's economy will have to reverse the destructive policies that have brought the country to its current state.

    The American Conservative
  • The Foreseeable Disaster in Yemen

    The truly shameful thing is that the disaster engulfing Yemen right is now is a foreseeable and preventable disaster that our government and the Saudi coalition are allowing to unfold.

    The American Conservative
  • Yemen crisis: The battle for Hudaydah

    Yemen's civil war is approaching a pivotal moment, but the UN warns that the humanitarian crisis could be about to get much worse.
  • Is this the turning point for the war in Yemen?

    Washington is souring on the war, but it's not clear if concrete policy action is coming.
  • Who is fighting in Yemen's disastrous war?

    Nov 12, (Reuters) - The parties to Yemen's messy civil war each have their own agenda, making the conflict hard to resolve. Here are some of these groups...

    Mail Online
  • How the Saudis and Hadi Destroyed Yemen

    The Saudi coalition and the "legitimate" government were unable to achieve the goals of their misbegotten war, and instead chose to ruin the country and drive the people into such penury that they starve.

    The American Conservative
  • End Yemen’s Agony

    Stop the bombing and start a large-scale relief effort.
  • US calls for Yemen ceasefire

    The United States called Tuesday for a ceasefire and peace talks in Yemen, as the Saudi-led military coalition sent more than 10,000 new troops toward a...

    Mail Online
  • What's New in Core ML 2?

    Last year, Apple launched Core ML—a segue into the world of machine learning for Apple developers. Before that, we were already using machine learning with technologies like AutoCorrect, Siri, and a predictive keyboard, but Core ML brought a new level of power and flexibility into the hands of developers. During WWDC 18, Apple announced Core ML 2, and in this article you'll be learning about what's new. At a Glance Before we dive into the changes that Core ML 2 brings, let's briefly discuss what...

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  • The True Cost of the War on Yemen

    The war has already claimed hundreds of thousands of lives, and if things continue as they are it is likely to claim millions more as a result of the largest famine in decades.

    The American Conservative
  • Yemen Faces Massive Famine

    After years of violence, half the population of Yemen is on the brink of starvation. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Sukaina Sharafuddin of Save the Children, who lives and works in Yemen.
  • Yemen in danger of big famine

    Mark Lowcock said the famine would be `much bigger than anything any professional in this field has seen during their working lives´.

    Mail Online
  • Counting the Real Costs of the War on Yemen

    The governments responsible for destroying Yemen predictably have no interest in an accurate accounting of the true costs of the war, and our government is no exception.

    The American Conservative
  • Factbox: Who is fighting in Yemen's disastrous war?

    The parties to Yemen's messy civil war each have their own agenda, making the conflict hard to resolve. Here are some of these groups and what they want:

  • Factbox: Who is fighting in Yemen's disastrous war?

    The parties to Yemen's messy civil war each have their own agenda, making the conflict hard to resolve. Here are some of these groups and what they want:

  • UN to double food aid to Yemen

    The UN's World Food Programme (WFP) said Thursday it will nearly double food aid to Yemen to reach 14 million people a month -- almost half the war-ravaged...

    Mail Online
  • UN Yemen War Resolution Blocked

    Security Council members want warring sides brought to negotiating table
  • Jamal's Khashoggi's legacy should be peace in Yemen

    The suffering in Yemen has gone unacknowledged for far too long -- and has emboldened those willing to act with impunity. Jamal Khashoggi's legacy should be accountability not just for the suffering of one, but of millions, writes David Miliband.