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Mohamed Ali calls on Egyptians to demonstrate on rooftops

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11.10.2019 01:41
Thomas Suárez, Middle East Monitor
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Mohamed calls Egyptians demonstrate rooftops

The actor and businessman Mohamed Ali has called on the Egyptian people to demonstrate peacefully on rooftops on Thursday at 6 or 7 pm to demand the departure of the coup president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. In a new video released on Wednesday evening that he called for a different tactic to avoid security strikes or arrests. Mohamed Ali called on Egyptians to close their doors, take their family members, climb the rooftops of houses, and then chant slogans calling for the departure of El-Sisi and his regime. He added: “All the houses in Egypt are adjacent to each other, so we will climb the rooftops, close the buildings’ main doors, and chant slogans for El Sisi’s departure. You can send […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough

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U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough (Bloomberg) -- The United Arab Emirates pulled some of its troops from Yemen after a breakthrough in peace talks between the internationally recognized government and southern separatist fighters, according to a Yemeni official.Recent battles between pro-government forces and the separatists threatened to fracture the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that includes both. It’s been fighting Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have controlled the capital for more than four years.Emirati soldiers and Sudanese troops under U.A.E. command withdrew from the southern port city of Aden and the Al-Anad military air base in Lahj province, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. A spokesman for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said he wasn’t aware of any withdrawal.The draw-down follows progress at Saudi-sponsored indirect talks in Jeddah between the administration of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who’s supported by Saudi Arabia, and the separatist Southern Transitional Council that’s backed by the U.A.E.The two sides have agreed that Hadi, Yemen’s parliament and government will return to Aden. That would be followed by the formation of a new administration to include STC members as well as the integration of separatist fighters into the Yemeni security forces, the official said, adding that talks are in the final stage.Allies SplitCalls and emails to the U.A.E. Foreign Ministry weren’t returned. An STC spokesman didn’t respond to a request for comment.Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. launched their military campaign in 2015 after the Houthis took control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a and ousted Hadi. But in August, deadly clashes between their local allies saw the separatists win control of Aden, as well as part of Abyan and Lahj.To seal a truce, Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, flew to Abu Dhabi to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Separately, Sudanese officials, including Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the country’s transitional council, as well as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, visited the U.A.E. on Tuesday and met with the crown prince.Trump’s Big Bet on Saudis Goes Bad as Ragtag Yemen Rebels ResistAnwar Gargash, the U.A.E. minister of state for foreign affairs, on Oct. 6 said on Twitter that his country “appreciates and fully supports” the Jeddah talks and Saudi efforts to unite Yemenis against the Houthis.Giorgio Cafiero, chief executive officer of Gulf State Analytics, a Washington-based consultancy, said any deal would face significant obstacles.It would require “some sort of acceptance of the role of Al Islah on the part of the separatists as well as assurances from Saudi Arabia to convince the STC to share power with the group,” he said. Al Islah, a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate that the U.A.E. classifies as a terrorist organization, is in a loose alliance with Hadi.The U.A.E. had earlier signaled it intended to withdraw most of its forces from Yemen by the end of the year as the conflict there threatened to pitch the region into a wider war with Iran.Devastating attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure last month highlighted the danger the conflict posed to regional stability. The strikes were claimed by the Houthis but many observers saw the hand of Iran, which is pushing back against a U.S.-led economic offensive to weaken the Islamic Republic.The U.S. has begun efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the war in Yemen, which triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.(Updates Sudan spokesman comment in third paragraph, adds analyst comment from 10th.)--With assistance from Mohammed Alamin and Zainab Fattah.To contact the reporter on this story: Mohammed Hatem in Dubai at mhatem1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net, Mark Williams, Michael GunnFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough

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U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough (Bloomberg) -- The United Arab Emirates pulled some of its troops from Yemen after a breakthrough in peace talks between the internationally recognized government and southern separatist fighters, according to a Yemeni official.Recent battles between pro-government forces and the separatists threatened to fracture the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that includes both. It’s been fighting Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have controlled the capital for more than four years.Emirati soldiers and Sudanese troops under U.A.E. command withdrew from the southern port city of Aden and the Al-Anad military air base in Lahj province, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. A spokesman for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said he wasn’t aware of any withdrawal.The draw-down follows progress at Saudi-sponsored indirect talks in Jeddah between the administration of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who’s supported by Saudi Arabia, and the separatist Southern Transitional Council that’s backed by the U.A.E.The two sides have agreed that Hadi, Yemen’s parliament and government will return to Aden. That would be followed by the formation of a new administration to include STC members as well as the integration of separatist fighters into the Yemeni security forces, the official said, adding that talks are in the final stage.Allies SplitCalls and emails to the U.A.E. Foreign Ministry weren’t returned. An STC spokesman didn’t respond to a request for comment.Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. launched their military campaign in 2015 after the Houthis took control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a and ousted Hadi. But in August, deadly clashes between their local allies saw the separatists win control of Aden, as well as part of Abyan and Lahj.To seal a truce, Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, flew to Abu Dhabi to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Separately, Sudanese officials, including Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the country’s transitional council, as well as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, visited the U.A.E. on Tuesday and met with the crown prince.Trump’s Big Bet on Saudis Goes Bad as Ragtag Yemen Rebels ResistAnwar Gargash, the U.A.E. minister of state for foreign affairs, on Oct. 6 said on Twitter that his country “appreciates and fully supports” the Jeddah talks and Saudi efforts to unite Yemenis against the Houthis.Giorgio Cafiero, chief executive officer of Gulf State Analytics, a Washington-based consultancy, said any deal would face significant obstacles.It would require “some sort of acceptance of the role of Al Islah on the part of the separatists as well as assurances from Saudi Arabia to convince the STC to share power with the group,” he said. Al Islah, a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate that the U.A.E. classifies as a terrorist organization, is in a loose alliance with Hadi.The U.A.E. had earlier signaled it intended to withdraw most of its forces from Yemen by the end of the year as the conflict there threatened to pitch the region into a wider war with Iran.Devastating attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure last month highlighted the danger the conflict posed to regional stability. The strikes were claimed by the Houthis but many observers saw the hand of Iran, which is pushing back against a U.S.-led economic offensive to weaken the Islamic Republic.The U.S. has begun efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the war in Yemen, which triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.(Updates Sudan spokesman comment in third paragraph, adds analyst comment from 10th.)--With assistance from Mohammed Alamin and Zainab Fattah.To contact the reporter on this story: Mohammed Hatem in Dubai at mhatem1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net, Mark Williams, Michael GunnFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough

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U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough (Bloomberg) -- The United Arab Emirates pulled some of its troops from Yemen after a breakthrough in peace talks between the internationally recognized government and southern separatist fighters, according to a Yemeni official.Recent battles between pro-government forces and the separatists threatened to fracture the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that includes both. It’s been fighting Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have controlled the capital for more than four years.Emirati soldiers and Sudanese troops under U.A.E. command withdrew from the southern port city of Aden and the Al-Anad military air base in Lahj province, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. A spokesman for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said he wasn’t aware of any withdrawal.The draw-down follows progress at Saudi-sponsored indirect talks in Jeddah between the administration of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who’s supported by Saudi Arabia, and the separatist Southern Transitional Council that’s backed by the U.A.E.The two sides have agreed that Hadi, Yemen’s parliament and government will return to Aden. That would be followed by the formation of a new administration to include STC members as well as the integration of separatist fighters into the Yemeni security forces, the official said, adding that talks are in the final stage.Allies SplitCalls and emails to the U.A.E. Foreign Ministry weren’t returned. An STC spokesman didn’t respond to a request for comment.Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. launched their military campaign in 2015 after the Houthis took control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a and ousted Hadi. But in August, deadly clashes between their local allies saw the separatists win control of Aden, as well as part of Abyan and Lahj.To seal a truce, Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, flew to Abu Dhabi to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Separately, Sudanese officials, including Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the country’s transitional council, as well as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, visited the U.A.E. on Tuesday and met with the crown prince.Trump’s Big Bet on Saudis Goes Bad as Ragtag Yemen Rebels ResistAnwar Gargash, the U.A.E. minister of state for foreign affairs, on Oct. 6 said on Twitter that his country “appreciates and fully supports” the Jeddah talks and Saudi efforts to unite Yemenis against the Houthis.Giorgio Cafiero, chief executive officer of Gulf State Analytics, a Washington-based consultancy, said any deal would face significant obstacles.It would require “some sort of acceptance of the role of Al Islah on the part of the separatists as well as assurances from Saudi Arabia to convince the STC to share power with the group,” he said. Al Islah, a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate that the U.A.E. classifies as a terrorist organization, is in a loose alliance with Hadi.The U.A.E. had earlier signaled it intended to withdraw most of its forces from Yemen by the end of the year as the conflict there threatened to pitch the region into a wider war with Iran.Devastating attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure last month highlighted the danger the conflict posed to regional stability. The strikes were claimed by the Houthis but many observers saw the hand of Iran, which is pushing back against a U.S.-led economic offensive to weaken the Islamic Republic.The U.S. has begun efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the war in Yemen, which triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.(Updates Sudan spokesman comment in third paragraph, adds analyst comment from 10th.)--With assistance from Mohammed Alamin and Zainab Fattah.To contact the reporter on this story: Mohammed Hatem in Dubai at mhatem1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net, Mark Williams, Michael GunnFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough

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U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough (Bloomberg) -- The United Arab Emirates pulled some of its troops from Yemen after a breakthrough in peace talks between the internationally recognized government and southern separatist fighters, according to a Yemeni official.Recent battles between pro-government forces and the separatists threatened to fracture the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that includes both. It’s been fighting Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have controlled the capital for more than four years.Emirati soldiers and Sudanese troops under U.A.E. command withdrew from the southern port city of Aden and the Al-Anad military air base in Lahj province, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. A spokesman for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said he wasn’t aware of any withdrawal.The draw-down follows progress at Saudi-sponsored indirect talks in Jeddah between the administration of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who’s supported by Saudi Arabia, and the separatist Southern Transitional Council that’s backed by the U.A.E.The two sides have agreed that Hadi, Yemen’s parliament and government will return to Aden. That would be followed by the formation of a new administration to include STC members as well as the integration of separatist fighters into the Yemeni security forces, the official said, adding that talks are in the final stage.Allies SplitCalls and emails to the U.A.E. Foreign Ministry weren’t returned. An STC spokesman didn’t respond to a request for comment.Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. launched their military campaign in 2015 after the Houthis took control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a and ousted Hadi. But in August, deadly clashes between their local allies saw the separatists win control of Aden, as well as part of Abyan and Lahj.To seal a truce, Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, flew to Abu Dhabi to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Separately, Sudanese officials, including Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the country’s transitional council, as well as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, visited the U.A.E. on Tuesday and met with the crown prince.Trump’s Big Bet on Saudis Goes Bad as Ragtag Yemen Rebels ResistAnwar Gargash, the U.A.E. minister of state for foreign affairs, on Oct. 6 said on Twitter that his country “appreciates and fully supports” the Jeddah talks and Saudi efforts to unite Yemenis against the Houthis.Giorgio Cafiero, chief executive officer of Gulf State Analytics, a Washington-based consultancy, said any deal would face significant obstacles.It would require “some sort of acceptance of the role of Al Islah on the part of the separatists as well as assurances from Saudi Arabia to convince the STC to share power with the group,” he said. Al Islah, a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate that the U.A.E. classifies as a terrorist organization, is in a loose alliance with Hadi.The U.A.E. had earlier signaled it intended to withdraw most of its forces from Yemen by the end of the year as the conflict there threatened to pitch the region into a wider war with Iran.Devastating attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure last month highlighted the danger the conflict posed to regional stability. The strikes were claimed by the Houthis but many observers saw the hand of Iran, which is pushing back against a U.S.-led economic offensive to weaken the Islamic Republic.The U.S. has begun efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the war in Yemen, which triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.(Updates Sudan spokesman comment in third paragraph, adds analyst comment from 10th.)--With assistance from Mohammed Alamin and Zainab Fattah.To contact the reporter on this story: Mohammed Hatem in Dubai at mhatem1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net, Mark Williams, Michael GunnFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough

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U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough (Bloomberg) -- The United Arab Emirates pulled some of its troops from Yemen after a breakthrough in peace talks between the internationally recognized government and southern separatist fighters, according to a Yemeni official.Recent battles between pro-government forces and the separatists threatened to fracture the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that includes both. It’s been fighting Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have controlled the capital for more than four years.Emirati soldiers and Sudanese troops under U.A.E. command withdrew from the southern port city of Aden and the Al-Anad military air base in Lahj province, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. A spokesman for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said he wasn’t aware of any withdrawal.The draw-down follows progress at Saudi-sponsored indirect talks in Jeddah between the administration of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who’s supported by Saudi Arabia, and the separatist Southern Transitional Council that’s backed by the U.A.E.The two sides have agreed that Hadi, Yemen’s parliament and government will return to Aden. That would be followed by the formation of a new administration to include STC members as well as the integration of separatist fighters into the Yemeni security forces, the official said, adding that talks are in the final stage.Allies SplitCalls and emails to the U.A.E. Foreign Ministry weren’t returned. An STC spokesman didn’t respond to a request for comment.Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. launched their military campaign in 2015 after the Houthis took control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a and ousted Hadi. But in August, deadly clashes between their local allies saw the separatists win control of Aden, as well as part of Abyan and Lahj.To seal a truce, Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, flew to Abu Dhabi to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Separately, Sudanese officials, including Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the country’s transitional council, as well as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, visited the U.A.E. on Tuesday and met with the crown prince.Trump’s Big Bet on Saudis Goes Bad as Ragtag Yemen Rebels ResistAnwar Gargash, the U.A.E. minister of state for foreign affairs, on Oct. 6 said on Twitter that his country “appreciates and fully supports” the Jeddah talks and Saudi efforts to unite Yemenis against the Houthis.Giorgio Cafiero, chief executive officer of Gulf State Analytics, a Washington-based consultancy, said any deal would face significant obstacles.It would require “some sort of acceptance of the role of Al Islah on the part of the separatists as well as assurances from Saudi Arabia to convince the STC to share power with the group,” he said. Al Islah, a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate that the U.A.E. classifies as a terrorist organization, is in a loose alliance with Hadi.The U.A.E. had earlier signaled it intended to withdraw most of its forces from Yemen by the end of the year as the conflict there threatened to pitch the region into a wider war with Iran.Devastating attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure last month highlighted the danger the conflict posed to regional stability. The strikes were claimed by the Houthis but many observers saw the hand of Iran, which is pushing back against a U.S.-led economic offensive to weaken the Islamic Republic.The U.S. has begun efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the war in Yemen, which triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.(Updates Sudan spokesman comment in third paragraph, adds analyst comment from 10th.)--With assistance from Mohammed Alamin and Zainab Fattah.To contact the reporter on this story: Mohammed Hatem in Dubai at mhatem1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net, Mark Williams, Michael GunnFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough

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U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough (Bloomberg) -- The United Arab Emirates pulled some of its troops from Yemen after a breakthrough in peace talks between the internationally recognized government and southern separatist fighters, according to a Yemeni official.Recent battles between pro-government forces and the separatists threatened to fracture the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that includes both. It’s been fighting Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have controlled the capital for more than four years.Emirati soldiers and Sudanese troops under U.A.E. command withdrew from the southern port city of Aden and the Al-Anad military air base in Lahj province, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. A spokesman for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said he wasn’t aware of any withdrawal.The draw-down follows progress at Saudi-sponsored indirect talks in Jeddah between the administration of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who’s supported by Saudi Arabia, and the separatist Southern Transitional Council that’s backed by the U.A.E.The two sides have agreed that Hadi, Yemen’s parliament and government will return to Aden. That would be followed by the formation of a new administration to include STC members as well as the integration of separatist fighters into the Yemeni security forces, the official said, adding that talks are in the final stage.Allies SplitCalls and emails to the U.A.E. Foreign Ministry weren’t returned. An STC spokesman didn’t respond to a request for comment.Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. launched their military campaign in 2015 after the Houthis took control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a and ousted Hadi. But in August, deadly clashes between their local allies saw the separatists win control of Aden, as well as part of Abyan and Lahj.To seal a truce, Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, flew to Abu Dhabi to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Separately, Sudanese officials, including Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the country’s transitional council, as well as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, visited the U.A.E. on Tuesday and met with the crown prince.Trump’s Big Bet on Saudis Goes Bad as Ragtag Yemen Rebels ResistAnwar Gargash, the U.A.E. minister of state for foreign affairs, on Oct. 6 said on Twitter that his country “appreciates and fully supports” the Jeddah talks and Saudi efforts to unite Yemenis against the Houthis.Giorgio Cafiero, chief executive officer of Gulf State Analytics, a Washington-based consultancy, said any deal would face significant obstacles.It would require “some sort of acceptance of the role of Al Islah on the part of the separatists as well as assurances from Saudi Arabia to convince the STC to share power with the group,” he said. Al Islah, a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate that the U.A.E. classifies as a terrorist organization, is in a loose alliance with Hadi.The U.A.E. had earlier signaled it intended to withdraw most of its forces from Yemen by the end of the year as the conflict there threatened to pitch the region into a wider war with Iran.Devastating attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure last month highlighted the danger the conflict posed to regional stability. The strikes were claimed by the Houthis but many observers saw the hand of Iran, which is pushing back against a U.S.-led economic offensive to weaken the Islamic Republic.The U.S. has begun efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the war in Yemen, which triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.(Updates Sudan spokesman comment in third paragraph, adds analyst comment from 10th.)--With assistance from Mohammed Alamin and Zainab Fattah.To contact the reporter on this story: Mohammed Hatem in Dubai at mhatem1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net, Mark Williams, Michael GunnFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough

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U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough (Bloomberg) -- The United Arab Emirates pulled some of its troops from Yemen after a breakthrough in peace talks between the internationally recognized government and southern separatist fighters, according to a Yemeni official.Recent battles between pro-government forces and the separatists threatened to fracture the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that includes both. It’s been fighting Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have controlled the capital for more than four years.Emirati soldiers and Sudanese troops under U.A.E. command withdrew from the southern port city of Aden and the Al-Anad military air base in Lahj province, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. A spokesman for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said he wasn’t aware of any withdrawal.The draw-down follows progress at Saudi-sponsored indirect talks in Jeddah between the administration of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who’s supported by Saudi Arabia, and the separatist Southern Transitional Council that’s backed by the U.A.E.The two sides have agreed that Hadi, Yemen’s parliament and government will return to Aden. That would be followed by the formation of a new administration to include STC members as well as the integration of separatist fighters into the Yemeni security forces, the official said, adding that talks are in the final stage.Allies SplitCalls and emails to the U.A.E. Foreign Ministry weren’t returned. An STC spokesman didn’t respond to a request for comment.Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. launched their military campaign in 2015 after the Houthis took control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a and ousted Hadi. But in August, deadly clashes between their local allies saw the separatists win control of Aden, as well as part of Abyan and Lahj.To seal a truce, Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, flew to Abu Dhabi to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Separately, Sudanese officials, including Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the country’s transitional council, as well as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, visited the U.A.E. on Tuesday and met with the crown prince.Trump’s Big Bet on Saudis Goes Bad as Ragtag Yemen Rebels ResistAnwar Gargash, the U.A.E. minister of state for foreign affairs, on Oct. 6 said on Twitter that his country “appreciates and fully supports” the Jeddah talks and Saudi efforts to unite Yemenis against the Houthis.Giorgio Cafiero, chief executive officer of Gulf State Analytics, a Washington-based consultancy, said any deal would face significant obstacles.It would require “some sort of acceptance of the role of Al Islah on the part of the separatists as well as assurances from Saudi Arabia to convince the STC to share power with the group,” he said. Al Islah, a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate that the U.A.E. classifies as a terrorist organization, is in a loose alliance with Hadi.The U.A.E. had earlier signaled it intended to withdraw most of its forces from Yemen by the end of the year as the conflict there threatened to pitch the region into a wider war with Iran.Devastating attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure last month highlighted the danger the conflict posed to regional stability. The strikes were claimed by the Houthis but many observers saw the hand of Iran, which is pushing back against a U.S.-led economic offensive to weaken the Islamic Republic.The U.S. has begun efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the war in Yemen, which triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.(Updates Sudan spokesman comment in third paragraph, adds analyst comment from 10th.)--With assistance from Mohammed Alamin and Zainab Fattah.To contact the reporter on this story: Mohammed Hatem in Dubai at mhatem1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net, Mark Williams, Michael GunnFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough

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U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough (Bloomberg) -- The United Arab Emirates pulled some of its troops from Yemen after a breakthrough in peace talks between the internationally recognized government and southern separatist fighters, according to a Yemeni official.Recent battles between pro-government forces and the separatists threatened to fracture the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that includes both. It’s been fighting Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have controlled the capital for more than four years.Emirati soldiers and Sudanese troops under U.A.E. command withdrew from the southern port city of Aden and the Al-Anad military air base in Lahj province, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. A spokesman for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said he wasn’t aware of any withdrawal.The draw-down follows progress at Saudi-sponsored indirect talks in Jeddah between the administration of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who’s supported by Saudi Arabia, and the separatist Southern Transitional Council that’s backed by the U.A.E.The two sides have agreed that Hadi, Yemen’s parliament and government will return to Aden. That would be followed by the formation of a new administration to include STC members as well as the integration of separatist fighters into the Yemeni security forces, the official said, adding that talks are in the final stage.Allies SplitCalls and emails to the U.A.E. Foreign Ministry weren’t returned. An STC spokesman didn’t respond to a request for comment.Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. launched their military campaign in 2015 after the Houthis took control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a and ousted Hadi. But in August, deadly clashes between their local allies saw the separatists win control of Aden, as well as part of Abyan and Lahj.To seal a truce, Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, flew to Abu Dhabi to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Separately, Sudanese officials, including Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the country’s transitional council, as well as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, visited the U.A.E. on Tuesday and met with the crown prince.Trump’s Big Bet on Saudis Goes Bad as Ragtag Yemen Rebels ResistAnwar Gargash, the U.A.E. minister of state for foreign affairs, on Oct. 6 said on Twitter that his country “appreciates and fully supports” the Jeddah talks and Saudi efforts to unite Yemenis against the Houthis.Giorgio Cafiero, chief executive officer of Gulf State Analytics, a Washington-based consultancy, said any deal would face significant obstacles.It would require “some sort of acceptance of the role of Al Islah on the part of the separatists as well as assurances from Saudi Arabia to convince the STC to share power with the group,” he said. Al Islah, a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate that the U.A.E. classifies as a terrorist organization, is in a loose alliance with Hadi.The U.A.E. had earlier signaled it intended to withdraw most of its forces from Yemen by the end of the year as the conflict there threatened to pitch the region into a wider war with Iran.Devastating attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure last month highlighted the danger the conflict posed to regional stability. The strikes were claimed by the Houthis but many observers saw the hand of Iran, which is pushing back against a U.S.-led economic offensive to weaken the Islamic Republic.The U.S. has begun efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the war in Yemen, which triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.(Updates Sudan spokesman comment in third paragraph, adds analyst comment from 10th.)--With assistance from Mohammed Alamin and Zainab Fattah.To contact the reporter on this story: Mohammed Hatem in Dubai at mhatem1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net, Mark Williams, Michael GunnFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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U.A.E. Pulls Out Some Aden Troops After Yemen Talks Breakthrough (Bloomberg) -- The United Arab Emirates pulled some of its troops from Yemen after a breakthrough in peace talks between the internationally recognized government and southern separatist fighters, according to a Yemeni official.Recent battles between pro-government forces and the separatists threatened to fracture the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that includes both. It’s been fighting Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have controlled the capital for more than four years.Emirati soldiers and Sudanese troops under U.A.E. command withdrew from the southern port city of Aden and the Al-Anad military air base in Lahj province, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. A spokesman for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said he wasn’t aware of any withdrawal.The draw-down follows progress at Saudi-sponsored indirect talks in Jeddah between the administration of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who’s supported by Saudi Arabia, and the separatist Southern Transitional Council that’s backed by the U.A.E.The two sides have agreed that Hadi, Yemen’s parliament and government will return to Aden. That would be followed by the formation of a new administration to include STC members as well as the integration of separatist fighters into the Yemeni security forces, the official said, adding that talks are in the final stage.Allies SplitCalls and emails to the U.A.E. Foreign Ministry weren’t returned. An STC spokesman didn’t respond to a request for comment.Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. launched their military campaign in 2015 after the Houthis took control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a and ousted Hadi. But in August, deadly clashes between their local allies saw the separatists win control of Aden, as well as part of Abyan and Lahj.To seal a truce, Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, flew to Abu Dhabi to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Separately, Sudanese officials, including Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the country’s transitional council, as well as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, visited the U.A.E. on Tuesday and met with the crown prince.Trump’s Big Bet on Saudis Goes Bad as Ragtag Yemen Rebels ResistAnwar Gargash, the U.A.E. minister of state for foreign affairs, on Oct. 6 said on Twitter that his country “appreciates and fully supports” the Jeddah talks and Saudi efforts to unite Yemenis against the Houthis.Giorgio Cafiero, chief executive officer of Gulf State Analytics, a Washington-based consultancy, said any deal would face significant obstacles.It would require “some sort of acceptance of the role of Al Islah on the part of the separatists as well as assurances from Saudi Arabia to convince the STC to share power with the group,” he said. Al Islah, a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate that the U.A.E. classifies as a terrorist organization, is in a loose alliance with Hadi.The U.A.E. had earlier signaled it intended to withdraw most of its forces from Yemen by the end of the year as the conflict there threatened to pitch the region into a wider war with Iran.Devastating attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure last month highlighted the danger the conflict posed to regional stability. The strikes were claimed by the Houthis but many observers saw the hand of Iran, which is pushing back against a U.S.-led economic offensive to weaken the Islamic Republic.The U.S. has begun efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the war in Yemen, which triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.(Updates Sudan spokesman comment in third paragraph, adds analyst comment from 10th.)--With assistance from Mohammed Alamin and Zainab Fattah.To contact the reporter on this story: Mohammed Hatem in Dubai at mhatem1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net, Mark Williams, Michael GunnFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Facebook cenzuruje vzpomínky na ty, kteří zahynuli na Donbasu

Autor neuveden 14.10.2019, 01:10

Sociální síť Facebook dospěl se svojí rusofobní politikou do absurdní roviny. Nyní uživatele blokuje dokonce za jejich lásku a vzpomínku, které jsou věnované „špatným lidem“. Po smrti známého doněckého snipera Andreje Kuckého (přezdívka „Houslista“), za příspěvek o něm, odstranili definitivně administrátoři Facebooku profily jeho blízkých a přátel bez jakéhokoliv práva na obnovení. Nejdříve byl odstraněn profil válečné korespondentky Jekatěriny Katiny, Andrejovy manželky. Potom Facebook odstranil také profil básnířky a bývalé manželky „Houslisty“, Anny Dolgarevové, za báseň o zemřelém sniperovi, bez objasnění příčin a práva na odvolání.
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