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Yemen government forces enter Hodeida airport

Yemen government forces enter Hodeida airport

A resident said the forces stormed the airport after fierce battles broke out early in the morning between coalition forces and Iran-aligned Houthi fighters who hold the main port city of Hodeidah. At least 156 Huthis and 28 soldiers were killed in the fight for the airport, according to Hodeida hospital sources . Hodeidah port remained open on Tuesday with the UN World Food Programme racing to unload three ships containing enough food for six million people for one month, WFP spokeswoman ...


Suspect arrested in fatal shooting of XXXTentacion

Suspect arrested in fatal shooting of XXXTentacion

Wednesday after a traffic stop, the Broward Sheriff's Office said in a statement Thursday. Authorities said XXXTentacion was ambushed by two suspects. He was previously charged with aggravated assault with a firearm and domestic battery in 2014 after he allegedly pointed a gun at his girlfriend's head.


South Korea seeks India's support in achieving lasting peace in peninsula

South Korea seeks India's support in achieving lasting peace in peninsula

Mr Trump's plan to stop "war games" with South Korea is stirring up heated debate, with supporters calling it a goodwill gesture to facilitate the North's denuclearisation and nay-sayers as a blow to the bilateral alliance. "We are still coordinating additional actions". "Following close cooperation, South Korea and the USA made a decision to suspend all planning activities for the [Ulchi Freedom Guardian], the defensive exercise slated for August", the ministry said in a text message, ...



Melania Trump’s Jacket: "I Really Don’t Care, Do U?"

The jacket , with its message in white letters similiar to graffiti, received heavy coverage on social media Thursday. Mrs Trump changed into a pale yellow jacket before the plane landed in McAllen, Texas , for a visit to the Upbring New Hope Children's Centre, which houses 55 migrant children.


New TIME cover shows President Trump staring down at crying toddler

New TIME cover shows President Trump staring down at crying toddler

Moore has been covering the plight of immigrants on the US-Mexico border for years since the end of the George W Bush administration. According to Washington Post , Moore once spoke about how single people who crossed the river during the day and then ran or hid from the Border Patrol.