UN warns of 'dire' conditions in Hodeida
The US and Saudi Arabia said they agreed to end US refueling of Saudi aircraft bombing Yemen as Riyadh-backed forces pushed a renewed offensive to capture the strategic port city of Hodeida despite warnings of a humanitarian catastrophe.
US ends refueling support in Yemen war as pressure builds on Saudi Arabia
French President Emmanuel Macron used an address to world leaders gathered in Paris for Armistice commemorations on Sunday to send a stern message about the dangers of nationalism, calling it a betrayal of moral values.
With Trump sitting nearby, Macron calls nationalism a betrayal
South Korea and the United States on Monday resumed small-scale military training that was indefinitely suspended following a summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
South Korea, US resume suspended joint marine drills
British charity Oxfam said some of its aid projects in Yemen have been repeatedly hit by Saudi-led airstrikes, accusing Britain of an “irresponsible and incoherent” policy in the country by continuing to sell arms to the Saudis.
UK-backed bombing raids destroy UK aid in Yemen: Oxfam
At least 150 people have been killed in 24 hours of clashes in Yemen's Hodeida, medics and military sources said Monday, as international pressure mounted for a ceasefire in the vital port city.
150 killed in battle for Yemen's Hodeida as global alarm grows
US President Donald Trump and France’s Emmanuel Macron agreed on Saturday on the need for more European defense spending, papering over an earlier Trump tweet that had described Macron’s call for a European army as “very insulting”.
Trump, Macron agree on defense after 'insulting' European army spat
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Europe to become more united
Amnesty International stripped Aung San Suu Kyi, the Myanmar leader, of its top award over indifference to atrocities committed against Rohingya Muslims, doubling down on support for the civilian leader in the face of global ire.
Amnesty International strips Myanmar's Suu Kyi of award
At least 17 Afghan security forces were killed in two separate attacks by the Taliban in east and south of the country.
At least 17 Afghan policemen, soldiers killed in two Taliban attacks
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