Today’s suicide bombings demonstrate the Islamic State’s residual threat to the North African country.
Houthis continue to target Saudi facilities with cruise missiles and suicide drones. These strikes come during increased tensions between the United States and Iran.
Several foreign jihadist groups have joined rebel opposition units to help combat regime advances in the northern Hama countryside.
Much like other theaters in Syria, the pro-regime Palestinian militia appears to be playing an integral role in northern Hama.
Both photos and videos clearly show Yemeni people donating money to support Hezbollah, despite the current hardships plaguing Yemen.
The fundraising campaign comes on the heels of increased US sanctions against Lebanese Hezbollah.
The second-in-command of the IRGC-controlled, Iraqi Harakat al Nujaba has threatened to attack US targets in the Middle East if the US strikes “Iraqi groups.”
The confirmed use of armed drones to target major oil pipelines deep within Saudi Arabia represents a major increase in the Houthis capabilities.