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The Iranian-backed Houthi rebels are fiercely anti-American, but Trump's own party says the US shouldn't be involved.
The rhetoric from the Sudanese visit is decidedly anti-western, whereas Saudi Arabia is still in the western camp.
A spokesman for the Houthis had said that the rebels were ready to fight Israel alongside Hezbollah.
Notwithstanding differences, overriding mutual interest in countering Iran is likely to keep Cairo and Riyadh on the same page.
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
The editorial did not go as far as claiming that Iran was behind last week's attack.
By TZVI JOFFRE
Drones are relatively simple to manufacture and use, and for countries like Saudi Arabia, which apparently has a long way to go in fine-tuning its radar, they are relatively difficult to detect.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN/THE MEDIA LINE
The Sanaa strikes targeted nine military sites in and around the city, residents told Reuters. The Houthi-run Masirah TV channel reported six air strikes.
But a minister in the Yemeni government backed by Saudi Arabia dismissed the Iran-aligned Houthis' pullout as a "show" meant to "misinform the international community."
Amnesty said the 10 men have been held since the summer of 2015 and that they were formally charged in December 2018 with a series of offense.
Saudi Arabia and its allies, including the Yemen government, UAE and others have been fighting Iranian-backed Houthis since 2015.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Hadi's Riyadh-backed government, which is still recognized internationally, has been based in the southern port city of Aden since 2015 and Hadi has not set foot there since a visit last August.
Apparently, the international community is not aware of this serious war against Yemen humanitarian identity and against coexistence, equality, and civic values.
By THE MEDIA LINE,MOAMMAR AL-ERYANI
The ceasefire in Hodeidah has largely held but violence escalated elsewhere.
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