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John Nichols Dec 13
Five House Democrats — Jim Costa-CA, Al Lawson-FL, Collin Peterson-MN, Dutch Ruppersberger-MD, David Scott-GA — gave Paul Ryan the votes he needed to block action on behalf of the starving children of . These Democrats share Ryan’s shame.
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محمدالحجيلي 13h
Besides tragedies we are living inside , also Yemenis suffering in the exile. A Yemeni mother prevented from traveling to the US to see her a dying-2-yr-old for the last time due to travel ban. is on of 5 Muslim nations travel ban by administration
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Karam Dec 15
May Allah call us one day.
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Yoosha Abul Hassan Gokal 10h
One child dies every 10 minutes in , that is around 130 children die every day of hunger alone. This itself is enough for raising our voice.
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Kent Page 15m
To save children’s lives, the Hudaydah ceasefire starting today must hold in . Thousands of innocent children could die from severe malnutrition if conditions do not improve very soon. v/
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Jane Ferguson Dec 17
Just got back from . Last night didn't feel like a 'truce' when I was shaken awake several times by the air strikes and gunfire. Here's hoping tonight's ceasefire happen, but having heard the fighting over the weekend I'm not too optimistic.
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Yemen Journal Dec 17
Ceasefire in is now in effect
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Peter Salisbury 17h
After clashes during first hour or so ceasefire in Hodeidah governorate seems to have come into place and held. Let’s see how long that lasts.
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FreedomWorks Dec 16
"Voting to end support of Saudi war in is being called the biggest rebuke of Trump to date. Yet for ’s entire career he's tried to force votes to reign in presidential foreign policy overreach, has usually been denied."
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Save the Children US Dec 17
Families in war-torn are forced to choose between food and other necessities, like water & medicine. 13MM people face starvation – many of them children. Help us reach them with life-saving aid:
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UKstyle Dec 17
is a great step forward towards a peaceful
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Judy Woodruff 7h
unimaginable but real: images of young children suffering - and dying - from , spreading because of the ongoing war in : special correspondent reports tonight
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Hisham Al-Omeisy Dec 17
Clashes broke out inside and on outskirts of Hodeidah. Middlemen trying to salvage ceasefire but parties more interested in blaming each other for violating it. Will inevitably de escalate, but this sucks, moment/spirit gone. Good night.
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Halim Shebaya (حليم شبيعة) 18m
“The way I see it, the longer the war, the more powerful the ideological groups become and the more complicated the situation becomes in “ by ⁦
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Ahmed Jahaf احمد جحاف 17h
1364 days of Saudi-led coalition war on & People, buildings, heritage, existence.. Looks like war wont ever stop! 🤕
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Tarab Naqvi 11h
📸 " ,Worst Humanitarian Crisis In The World. Years Of against Killing, , Bombing, Diseases and Suffering."
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Baraa Shiban براء شيبان Dec 17
The Yemeni President orders forces to ceasefire in city & ports starting from 18/12/2018 midnight
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Global Research 13h
Why the US Senate Vote to End Yemen War Is So Important
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“🕊Give Peace a Chance” #SJRes54 Dec 16
Call your Senators again. Tweet the below tweet to them. Keep them informed on . Keep the pressure on. Trump & Pompeo said this refueling wld stop. We know they lie but hold them accountable b4 we let them take all ground back.
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Independent Diplomat Dec 17
Any agreement that does not “satisfy the aspirations of the southern people” will not lead to peace - on why there will be no peace for without addressing southern demands
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