Lebanon ... the big camp ... about 2 million Syrian and Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, of whom 80,000 live on 2 square kilometers.
health sector is facing the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, the economic crisis, and the emigration of doctors.
“The land of heartbreak”. Lebanon.. "Death boats" on the shores of Tripoli
The Lebanese state is mulling eliminating subsidies on basic commodities, according to a government official speaking to Youm7. According to the Ministry of Economy, the subsidy will not be cancelled, but will be changed from commodity into cash to avoid manipulation by traders and to limit smuggling of goods. Medicines are to be excluded.
Several days in the aftermath of the Beirut Port explosion, the suffering of everyday people in “the pearl of the east” is undeniably clear in almost every aspect of life. Thousands of families are homeless and the state has yet to be held to account.
Introducing “The Land of Heartbreak” series on Lebanon, 30 days in a country nicknamed “The pearl of the east” capturing the suffering of the Lebanese people.
After publishing her story in El Youm El Sabee, Alaa, the Yemeni Child is able to walk again
46 parties and political organization have been announced in Yemen after the union of 1990 and the number dropped to 22 in 2015.
The Houthi war cast a shadow over life in Yemen, and the economic sphere, largely dependent on the port of Aden, has been affected.
The coming period will witness wide political motion.
Founder of the Association of Hope for the Disabled talks about torture in Houthi prisons.
“I paid 11,000 Riyals to see my son behind the bars … the price of a phone all is different,” said the mother of two children kidnapped by the militia.
Without the support of Arab countries, 70 percent of Yemenies would have been starving,” says Yemeni Min. of Local Administration.
The coalition will continue its military operations until Yemen is safe, said the ambassadors.
Nihm is the first, most important and largest directorate of Sana'a governorate. It is the eastern gateway to the capital and its nearest front.
“The militias are digging the archaeological sites in some areas and they are using Hodeidah port and Sana’a airport to smuggle monuments for sale,” Yemeni Minister of Culture.
“They told us we will give you weapons and stay with us, and took us to the frontline.”
“Many women have been sexually assaulted in the camps and prefer secrecy for fear of the conservative society,” reveals the chief executive of the displacement camps.
“I graduated from the Faculty of Medicine and participated in rescuing the heroes of the resistance. The Houthi militia chased me while I was treating an injured person. They hit me with a bullet and I lost my left eye,” says Dalia.
Yemen's cultural capital fights to catch up with liberated cities; while its people believe that they will be able to eliminate Houthis despite the siege, mines and lack of resources.