13 Yemeni Fishermen Killed in Saudi Airstrike off Hudaydah Coast

More than a dozen Yemeni fishermen have lost their lives and several others sustained injuries when Saudi fighter jets targeted their fishing boats off the coast of the western province of Hudayadah as the Riyadh regime continues its atrocious military campaign against its crisis-hit southern neighbor.

Yemeni military sources, speaking on condition of anonymity on Sunday, told Yemen’s al-Masirah television network that Saudi warplanes struck two fishing boats in waters off the Seven Brothers Islands, also known as the Sawabi Islands or Seba Islands, in the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, killing 13 people and injuring four others, according to Press TV.

National Unity, Coherence Key to Solving Iran's Problems, Says Jahangiri

Iranian First Vice President Es'haq Jahangiri says the country is facing sensitive economic conditions at the current juncture, but all problems can be successfully solved through "national unity and coherence."

"No issue is more vital for the country than national unity, coherence and understanding," Jahangiri told IRNA on Saturday.

He added that the only way to boost national unity is to solve issues through dialogue.

Putin Meets Merkel, Calls for Helping Syrian Refugees Return Home

BERLIN- Three-hour talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel ended in the Meseberg castle near Berlin on Saturday evening.

Before the talks began, the leaders told the media that they were set to discuss the Syrian issue, the Ukrainian conflict settlement, the situation around the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Iran’s nuclear program, and bilateral issues, including the Nord Stream-2 pipeline project, Itar Tass reported.

The talks were also attended by Russian Presidential Aide Yuri Ushakov and Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who is also deputy head of the presidential administration.

Funerals Held for Two Palestinians Killed by Zionist Forces in Gaza

Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip have held a funeral ceremony for two men killed by Zionist forces along the fence between the coastal enclave and the occupied territories.

On Saturday, mourners attended the funeral procession for 26-year-old Sadi Moamer and Kareem Fatayar, who were shot in the head by Israeli forces during “Great March of Return” protests on Friday.

Fatayar was shot near the central Gaza Strip town of Bureij while Moamer was killed near Rafah in the south.

Some 20,000 Gazans participated in Friday's protests, which took place a few hundred meters from the Israeli fence. Medics said Israeli gunfire also wounded at least 270 other Palestinians, 50 of them with live bullets.

Bomb that Killed Yemeni Kids Supplied by US

Munitions experts have confirmed that a bomb used by Saudi Arabia in last week's attack on a school bus in Yemen that killed dozens of children had been supplied by the US.

The experts told CNN on Friday that the bomb was a 227-kilogram laser-guided Mark 82 bomb, according to Press TV.

They also noted that the numbers on the weapon identified major US military contractor Lockheed Martin as its maker.

The Saudi air raid on Sa’ada hit a school bus on August 9 as it drove through a market in the town of Dhahyan, sparking outrage from international human rights groups and UN officials.