MILITARY SITUATION IN YEMEN ON JANUARY 18, 2022

The Liaison and Coordination Officers’ Operations Room (loyal to Ansar Allah) reported 114 ceasefire violations in al-Hudaydah in the past 24 hours;On January 17, warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition conducted 7 airstrikes on the Wadi province;On January 17, warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition conducted 4 airstrikes on the Ain province;On January 17, warplanes of the … Continue reading MILITARY SITUATION IN YEMEN ON JANUARY 18, 2022

Afghan Aircraft Abroad Not Expected to Be Returned: Pentagon

The United States Pentagon said that no final decision has been made about the Afghan aircraft parked in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, but it is likely that these aircraft will not be returned to Afghanistan. Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby on Tuesday at a press briefing, in response to a question on the fate of the aircraft, … Continue reading Afghan Aircraft Abroad Not Expected to Be Returned: Pentagon

Nearly 150 activists killed in Colombia in 2021: Rights ombudsman

Activists lie covered with sheets to represent corpses in Medellin, Colombia in June 2019. [File: Luis Benavides/The Associated Press] At least 145 community leaders and rights activists were killed in 2021 in Colombia, the country’s human rights ombudsman has said. The 2021 death toll, which came amid a year defined by protests and government crackdowns, … Continue reading Nearly 150 activists killed in Colombia in 2021: Rights ombudsman

MILITARY SITUATION IN SYRIA ON JANUARY 18, 2022

On January 18, Russia reported that Idlib militants violated the ceasefire regime in Greater Idlib 3 times: 1 – in Aleppo province, 1 – in Idlib province, 1 – in Latakia province;On January 18, SAA artillery shelled positions of Turkish-backed forces in Kafr Nuran village;On January 17, Russian warplanes struck positions of Turkish-backed forces in … Continue reading MILITARY SITUATION IN SYRIA ON JANUARY 18, 2022