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Yemen War

United Nations-mediated peace talks on Yemen appeared to be in jeopardy on Thursday with no sign in Geneva of the delegation from the Houthi movement on the first day. Martin Griffiths, the U.N. Special Envoy for Yemen conceded there were “challenges” in bringing the parties together in the Swiss city, but still wanted to see the delegation from the Houthi-held capital of Sanaa arrive.Here's the full story.

Bashar al-Assad and Vladimir Putin - Russia News - Syria War

Early in the conflict, fighting splintered Syria into a complex patchwork of areas held by rival groups, but fighting in recent years has simplified the frontlines and the country is now split into only a few zones of control. At its weakest point in 2015, the President Bashar al-Assad’s government held less than a fifth of Syria. But since Russia entered the war on its side, it has reclaimed huge swathes of Syria.Here's the full story.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman - Saudi Arabia News Headline

Questions have been raised as to whether Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is really a reformer or if he is using all these changes as a way to impose complete control in Saudi Arabia which could easily be overlooked while people are interested to hear about these new reformations.

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