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Shura Council hails national delegation efforts, consultations results
[15 December 2018]
Shura discusses repercussions of aggression, siege on national economy
[15 December 2018]
Information Minister praises National delegation's constructive position toward Sweden's peace talks
[15 December 2018]
WB announces new $ 140 mln grant for Yemen cash transfers project
[15 December 2018]
PM congratulates Yemeni leadership, people on Sweden's consultations' success
[15 December 2018]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
4 saudi-led airstrikes hit Saada
[15 December 2018]
saudi-led mercenaries bombard border areas in Saada
[15 December 2018]
Civilian injured in saudi-led coalition shelling on Saada
[15 December 2018]
3 Saudi-led airstrikes hit Saada
[15 December 2018]
Woman killed in 3 Saudi-led airstrikes on Raymah
[15 December 2018]
 
  Reports
Report: Saudi aggression targets citizen's properties in air, ground attacks
[15 December 2018]
Army foils over last hours mercenaries' infiltration in Jizan , Jawf, kills dozens
[15 December 2018]
14 Saudi-led airstrikes led injuring six civilians over past 24 hours : Report
[13 December 2018]
Coalitions’ attacks kill woman, injure other woman, child in Hodeidah, Marib, Taiz : Report
[12 December 2018]
Saudi-led aggression coalition continues attacks on civilians in several provinces: Report
[11 December 2018]
 
  International
Parliament appreciates US Senate decision to halt support for Saudi-led coalition
[15 December 2018]
Cease-fire an encouraging positive step in the western coast: UNICEF
[15 December 2018]
Presidency office head meets Ambassador of Kuwait, Special Representative of Sweden in Sanaa
[14 December 2018]
State-senior officials receive national delegation at Sanaa Int'l airport
[14 December 2018]
May seeks assurances from the EU to save Brexit deal
[13 December 2018]
  International
Death toll in US missile strikes in Pakistan rises to 15
[10/March/2010]

ISLAMABAD, March 10 (Saba) -- The death toll in US missile strikes increased to 15 as unmanned aircraft fired four more missiles, while a large number of people had gathered to rescue the victims, said officials, according to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).

A total of seven missiles were fired at a suspected militant compound, a vehicle and a gathering of tribal people in Dattakhel district of North Waziristan tribal agency.

Security officials told KUNA that predator drones fired four more missiles when a large number of people had gathered to rescue the victims. They said the death toll has increased to 15 while a large number of people were wounded.

However, tribal sources claimed the death toll to be more than 15 and said that a dozen others were critically wounded. Security officials said that in the first series of aerial strikes, at least three foreigners of Arab origin were among the killed and wounded.

The latest strikes coincided with a two-day visit to Islamabad by Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

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