Prayer Requested After Attack on Yemen Care Home

Christians in the Arabian Peninsula, along with Middle East Concern, are asking for prayer following an attack in Yemen on 4th March. The attack was on a care home operated by the Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity, the Catholic

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Yemen, Five Years After Its Uprising.

It has been five years this week since thousands of protesters took to the streets of Yemen’s capital Sanaa to demand a change of regime, and to call for  President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down. Inspired by the Arab

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Facing Starvation in Yemen

According to the World Food Programme (WFP), around 14 million people in Yemen – more than half the country’s population – have become food insecure, and of those, around seven million are classified as severely food insecure. A report released

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Yemen Christians Ask for Prayer

Church leaders in the Arabian Peninsula, along with Middle East Concern, have requested prayer for the country of Yemen, including its Christian communities, following the destruction of a Catholic church building in Aden amid the current warfare. The Church of

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Pray for the Hope of Peace in Yemen.

The war in Yemen has all but vanished from the media headlines over recent weeks, but for the 23 million people living in this country, it is still all too real. The UN estimates nearly 4,900 people, including 2,355 civilians,

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Pray for Yemen’s War Orphans – Day 2

In Aden’s al-Kraytar residential neighbourhood, 11-year-old Yihab al-Tayeb stood motionless in front of his house, which now lies in a pile of rubble. “There were four of us,” he explained before scampering away. “My two-year-old brother died with my father and mother.” Residents

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Life for Yemen’s War Orphans – Part 1.

At an art therapy workshop in the Hadda neighbourhood in Sanaa, Yemen, 12 children are making papier-mache masks. The artwork displayed along the veranda is an interesting mix of happy flowers and sunshine combined with bullets and limbs, symbolic of

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Children Hit Hard by Conflict in Yemen

According to a new report by the UN children’s agency UNICEF, the conflict in Yemen has killed nearly 400 children since the end of March, and a similar number of children have been recruited by armed groups as child soldiers.

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Yemen Ceasefire Already Broken

A five day truce, called for by the pro-government Arab-led coalition in Yemen, has already been broken by shelling and clashes between Houthi Rebel fighters and pro-government troops. According to the Saudi press agency, the ceasefire came at the request

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