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The Ministry of Oil and Minerals has attributed the fuel shortage facing the nation in part to tribal roadblocks and the increasing confiscation of oil tankers‭. ‬
The Ministry of Oil and Minerals has attributed the fuel shortage facing the nation in part to tribal roadblocks and the increasing confiscation of oil tankers‭. ‬

Tribal mediation committee and security detachment recover oil tankers confiscated in Marib

SANA'A, April 23—A joint military and police detachment accompanied by a tribal mediation committee on Tuesday succeeded in releasing seven out of 12 oil tankers confiscated by gunmen in the Al-Wadi district of Marib on April 18. The remaining five oil tankers are still being held by the armed tribesmen.

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Fifty-three people were reportedly killed on Sunday‭.‬
Fifty-three people were reportedly killed on Sunday‭.‬

Dozens reported dead in two days of air strikes

SANA’A, April 21—Dozens were killed in a series of air raids on Sunday and Monday in Abyan, Shabwa and Marib governorates, according to the Ministry of Defense.

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Cars queue for fuel at a Sana'a gas station‭. ‬
Cars queue for fuel at a Sana'a gas station‭. ‬

Hodeida farmers protest diesel shortage

SANA’A, April 21—Hundreds of farmers in Hodeida demonstrated outside the local council office in Al-Dhahi district, Hodeida on Sunday to protest diesel shortages.

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African migrants whose boat capsized in Yemeni waters before approaching the coast‭.‬
African migrants whose boat capsized in Yemeni waters before approaching the coast‭.‬

115 African migrants arrested while attempting to cross into Yemen

SANA’A, April 20—Coastguard and military units on Saturday arrested 115 migrants and refugees traveling in two boats. The detained are from Somalia and Ethiopia.

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