Renewed Clashes Erupt in Yemen's Hudaydah Despite Ceasefire

Fresh clashes have erupted between Yemeni Houthi Ansarullah fighters and militants loyal to the country’s Saudi-backed former regime in Hudaydah despite a UN-brokered truce in the vital Red Sea port city.

An AFP correspondent reported artillery and machine-gun exchanges in Hudaydah's south early on Saturday, adding that they abated later in the day.

The renewed fighting came amid a Hudaydah ceasefire, which was reached between Yemen’s warring parties in Sweden in December.

After Apartheid Wall, Israel Unveils ‘Apartheid Road’ in West Bank

After constructing the controversial "apartheid wall" to separate al-Quds from the rest of the West Bank, Israel has now opened the “apartheid road” in the area, separating Palestinian and Israeli drivers with a wall.

The roughly 3.5km stretch, which was inaugurated on Wednesday, features an eight-meter high wall that puts Palestinian drivers, who are banned from entering the city, on the western side and Israeli settlers on the eastern side.

Ankara Orders Arrest of 100 Soldiers and Military Students over Alleged Gulen Ties

Turkey ordered the arrest of more than 100 soldiers and former military students over suspected links to the network of the US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen, prosecutors said on Friday, according to RT.

Gulen, who is accused of orchestrating a 2016 attempted coup, denies any involvement.

The Istanbul chief prosecutor’s office said it ordered the arrest of 50 "suspects" - six of them officers and the rest military academy students expelled after the putsch - in an investigation into people linked to Gulen in the military.

Washington Plans to Maintain Its Presence in al-Tanf Base to Protect Terrorists in Syria: Military Expert

TEHRAN- A Lebanese military expert played down US President Donald Trump's statements about a pullout from Syria, saying that the US Army will keep some of its troops in its al-Tanf base along Syria's Eastern borders in a bid to protect the terrorists in that region.

Brigadier-General Amin Hatit told the Arabic-language service of Russian Sputnik news agency that one of the main reasons for reinstating some of the US troops in al-Tanf military base is to help the US-backed militants in the region, according to Fars News Agency.

Saudi War on Yemen Killed Over 15,000 Civilians, Caused Humanitarian Suffering to More than 22 million Yemenis

TEHRAN –  Spokesman of Yemen's National Salvation Government, Minister of Information Dhaifallah al-Shami has stated that over 15,000 civilians have been martyred in Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen since it began in March 2015.

“Since the start of the Saudi-Emirati-American-led war on Yemen in 2015, 15,359 civilians have been martyred,” al-Shami said in a press conference on Monday, Yemen's al-Masirah television network reported, according to Tasnim news Agency.