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Yemen (Republic)--History--Civil War, 2015-

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    • Yemen (Republic) Geographic Component
    • Civil War, 2015- Temporal Component
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    • found: Work cat.: 2017007035: Della Porta, D. Social movements and civil war, 2017:ECIP introduction ("...this chapter examines Yemen's popular uprising [2011] and scrutinizes the mechanisms of violence radicalization that were put in motion as what began as civil resistance turned into civil war [2015]")
    • found: Key facts about the war in Yemen, August 1, 2016. Al-Jazeera www homepage, viewed August 22, 2017(For more than a year, Yemen, the Arab world's poorest country, has been wracked by a bloody war between the Houthi rebels and supporters of Yemen's internationally recognised government...In September 2014, the Houthis took control of Yemen's capital, Sanaa, and proceeded to push southwards towards the country's second-biggest city, Aden. In response to the Houthis' advances, a coalition of Arab states launched a military campaign in 2015 to defeat the Houthis and restore Yemen's government)
    • found: Yemen : the forgotten war. Amnesty International www homepage, viewed August 21, 2017(On 25 March 2015, an international coalition led by Saudi Arabia launched air strikes against the Huthi armed group in Yemen sparking a full-blown armed conflict. Over the following two years, the conflict has spread and fighting has engulfed the entire country. Horrific human rights abuses, as well as war crimes, are being committed throughout the country causing unbearable suffering for civilians. As well as relentless bombardment by coalition forces from the air, there is a battle being fought on the ground between rival factions. On one side are the Huthis, an armed group whose members belong to a branch of Shi'a Islam known as Zayidism. The Huthis are allied with supporters of Yemen's former President Ali Abdullah Saleh. On the other side are anti-Huthi forces that are allied with the current President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi and the Saudi Arabian-led coalition. Civilians are trapped in the middle -- more than 12,000 of them have been killed and injured, and a humanitarian crisis has spiraled)
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    • 2017-08-22: new
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