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The Southern Group Launches its Activities with Participation in the Self-Determination Forum Held by the UN Human Rights Council

On Tuesday March 6th, 2018, the southern group launched its first participation in the UN Human Rights Council – Geneva, through participating in the Self-determination forum held by the council and attended by representatives of major international associations from all over the world. Nasr Al-Esaiy, a political activist and member …

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US Crude Oil Reaches a New Record

US Energy Information Department announced that US production of crude oil reached a new record with continuous production for 47 years last November, indicating that production slightly decreased in December. According to the department, US production of oil increased to 10.057 million barrels a day in last November while it …

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Al-Faleh: Oil Markets are Recovering with Clear Indicators

Saudi Minister of Energy, Khaled Al-Faleh, indicated that there are clear indicators the oil markets are recovering. Al-Faleh predicted that oil storage will decrease during the current year. At the beginning of his two-day official visit to India, Al-Faleh indicated that the current period is witnessing weak demands due to …

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Al-Houthis… A Terrorist Organization in Amman

Conference of “Al-Houthis … a terrorist group” called UN and all other international organizations working in Yemen and concerned with human rights to commit to neutralization and avoid working outside the international legitimacy and international laws and conventions. The conference asserted that the international society and peace-fostering countries should act …

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UK Appoints Michael Iron as a New Ambassador to Yemen

Michael Aron has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Yemen in succession to Simon Shercliff, who has been appointed Director of National Security at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Commenting on the appointment, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said: “The UK is working tirelessly to support the people of Yemen through …

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In a Sudden International Progress in the Southern File, An International Organization Recommends Sending International Deter Forces to Secure Borderlines of 1990

The International Organization of Less Developed Countries (IOLDCs) in Geneva delivered a written statement on Friday February 23rd, 2018, about the fragile conditions of human rights in Yemen because of the lack of basic rights including child rights, women rights, right for security and living, rule of law in addition …

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