Overshadowed by the conflict in Ukraine, war-torn Yemen – already suffering the world's worst humanitarian crisis, according to the UN – is on the verge of total collapse.
Moby Group, the media company that owns TOLO TV, said the detentions of its employees were the result of the station reporting “the banning of foreign drama series."
Acute funding shortages are threatening the flow of humanitarian aid to war-torn Yemenis.
The warning from UN High Commissioner for Refugees comes hours after Russia launched a full-scale attack on Ukraine, killing dozens and forcing hundreds to flee for their lives in the pro-Western neighbour.
One person was killed in Takhar province in the far north, and seven in neighbouring Kunduz province, the United Nations said.
UN agency says it will roughly pay $100 per month for two months to around 194,000 primary and secondary school teachers in Afghanistan.
The Taliban have cracked down on dissent by forcefully dispersing women's rallies, detaining critics and beating local journalists covering protests.
A new report by Greenpeace has cautioned that a possible oil spill from an abandoned vessel would prevent access to crucial ports and affect food aid supply to 8.4 million people.
The halt in aid comes after the coalition said it had carried out "a limited number of precision strikes on legitimate military targets in Sanaa international airport".
Fjiri, which is performed at festivals throughout the country, is viewed as a means of expressing the connection between the Bahraini people and the sea.
Thousands of recognised refugees of Greece will no longer receive shelter or cash support from an EU-funded scheme. No road map has been offered either.
Security forces were seen surrounding the area, where cars are inspected en route to the airport and where politicians regularly gather at the hotel.
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