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U.N.-sponsored talks in Geneva on a ceasefire between Yemen's warring parties ended on Friday without a deal as Saudi-led warplanes staged further strikes on the dominant Houthi armed faction and allies including elite Republican Guards.
More than 2,800 people have been killed since an Arab alliance began air raids on March 26 to try to roll back the Iranian-backed Houthis' advances across much of Yemen and reinstate exiled President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.
Hadi's government has demanded that the Houthis, who are allied with Yemeni military units loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, pull out of cities captured since last September as a precondition for a ceasefire.
Hamza Al-Houthi, head of the Houthi delegation to the talks said. "We do not say that the Geneva conference failed, but rather that it was a first step, and there were acts of obstruction that were clear and systematic aimed at ensuring that no clear results come out of this conference," Al-Houthi told a news conference on Friday night.
In Washington, U. S. State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters that the Geneva talks were a useful start. "We have to expect that it could be a lengthy process," he said.
The heavily armed Houthis, from the Zaydi branch of Shi'ite Islam, swiftly pushed into central and south Yemen including the major port of Aden, driving Hadi's government into exile in Saudi Arabia.
The group denies drawing military support from Shi'ite Iran and says it is fighting against corruption and Sunni Muslim al Qaeda militants who grabbed power in parts of the south during a 2011 uprising that spread anarchy and ousted Saleh.
Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, intervened militarily out of concern for what it sees as a growing Iranian sway in the Arabian Peninsula, but air strikes have yet to significantly reverse Houthi territorial gains.
The delegation of officials allied to Hadi will now head back to Saudi capital Riyadh, from where they have been operating a government in exile since fleeing escalating violence in Yemen in March, days before a Saudi-led coalition began a bombing campaign over the country.
Foreign Minister Abdullah blamed the Houthi delegation for scuttling the talks and blocking a final agreement. The UN had extended the stalled talks, led by UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, on Wednesday, as both the Houthis and the pro-Hadi delegation accused each other of attempting to sabotage the negotiations.
In the wake of the announcement Ahmed promised that he would "make more efforts to end the crisis" in Yemen, stressing that negotiations will continue. Ahmed said the negotiations had reached a "positive" stage between all parties, but said that a date for the second round of talks would not be set yet. "We cannot get results in one meeting."
The high-pressure negotiations saw chaotic scenes on Thursday as a Yemeni activist threw a shoe at a Houthi leader, sparking scuffles during a press conference. Bottles and books were thrown in the conference room after a female activist threw her slipper at Hamza al-Houthi, head of the Houthi delegation, accusing him of “spreading death and disease in South Yemen”. The World Health Organisation confirmed on Friday that more than 3, 000 cases of dengue fever, a potentially lethal disease previously rarely encountered in Yemen, have now been registered since March. The Geneva talks were aimed at securing a badly-needed humanitarian ceasefire in a country where fighting has blocked all but a few aid drops, and people have taken to cooking on stoves powered by sawdust due to a biting fuel crisis. The UN on Friday launched a new $1.6 billion aid appeal for Yemen, warning of a "looming catastrophe" in the war-torn country. According to UN figures, 80 percent of the population of Yemen, the poorest country in the Arab world, is now in need of some form of humanitarian intervention. Saudi Arabia pledged in March to contribute $274 million to the aid efforts, although Foreign Policy reported on Thursday that the money has yet to arrive. A previous five-day humanitarian ceasefire in May was welcomed by many on the ground.

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Well,I thank for the great effort of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Yemen envoy, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed.At first it is important that the United Nations would express its thought to want to save the lives of Yemeni people.
If the heavily armed Houthis does not withdraw from the major cities, Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi insists that he cannot compromise.If the heavily armed Houthis withdraws from the major cities, can Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi guarantee every life of people of the Yemeni leader Shia Houthi Ansarullah and Houthi section?
Ummm.It is the difficult problem.
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Nobunaga Oda
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Dosan Saito
I want to suggest one idea by referring to a Japanese historical fact. For the age of civil strife(the Sengoku period), after having deployed the armed forces in Mino, Nobunaga Oda met Dosan Saito who was the Mino's lord of a castle .If Nobunaga Oda of the lord of a castle of Owari was stupid, Dousan Saitou intended to kill Nobunaga Oda and invited Nobunaga Oda to Mino . The daughter of Dousan Saitou is the wife of Nobunaga Oda . So Dousan Saitou was a father-in-law for Nobunaga Oda.Nobunaga Oda was accompanied by the armed forces which were composed by many soldiers holding very long spears which Nobunaga Oda originated in order to meet Dousan Saitou.When he saw wisdom of Nobunaga Oda who invented the long spear and the armed forces trained very much, Dousan Saitou gave up the assassination of Nobunaga Oda.
Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi already knows enough that the Yemeni leader Shia Houthi Ansarullah is very wise and the heavily armed Houthis is very strong.
1.If present situation will become the condition that the heavily armed Houthis surrounded "major cities Ta'izz San'a, and Aden", but if soldiers of Houthis don't stay within "major cities Ta'izz San'a, and Aden",Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi should accept it will be withdrawal of army of Houthis.
100% of withdrawal is impossible. However, we must stop the Yemeni massacre.Nobody of the world was going to help Okinawa citizens in the Okinawa war of World War II. Even former Japanese Government in those days had abandoned Okinawa citizens. I want to send my voice to want to stop the Yemeni massacre as to both Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi and the Yemeni leader Shia Houthi Ansarullah.The United Nations is going to help Yemeni citizens. The world wants to help Yemeni citizens. It is very luckier than prewar Okinawa.
2.If present situation will become the condition that the heavily armed Houthis surrounded "major cities Ta'izz San'a, and Aden", but if soldiers of Houthis don't stay within "major cities Ta'izz San'a, and Aden",the Saudi Arabian Allied Forces should stop an aerial bombardment.
I am convinced that Yemeni babies and the small children begin to starve to death from this June. Food shortage is serious.The politics that is kind to the weak is right politics. About a concept of the withdrawal, I would like to hope that both sides compromise.
3.If President Putin would hand over Snowden to Japan , I would like to hope that President Obama give the permission to Japan so that Japan can lift economic sanctions for Russia.
If the Obama Administration can arrest Snowden, the power of Dick Cheney is weakened by all means, and I think Saudi Arabia will accept a peace negotiation with Iran in order to make ISIL be destroyed immediately.Because it is Dick Cheney to have made ISIL, if a civil war in Yemen is prolonged, ISIL will purchase several nuclear weapons surely from Pakistan, and I am convinced that ISIL will come to seize almost Saudi Arabian oil field.Saudi Arabia and Iran must perform a peace negotiation one day.Because we live in the times of the crisis of the human race's extinction, I would like to hope that the both side would change the shift .
I think that President Putin does not hand over Snowden to Japan unless President Putin has extreme merit. Of course President Putin never hands over Snowden to the United States directly. It is a problem about the pride of President Putin as a man . I would like to hope that President Obama gives conditional permission to Japan.We should advance one step at a time.
4.If IAEA wants to inspect whether there is something related to nuclear weapons in Iranian military installation, IAEA should inspect the Israeli military installation equally and fairly.
Yukiya Amano who is the current Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is not fairly.About "method to prevent the hydrogen explosion of of second unit reactor of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant", "method to put the debris out of reactor" and out of method to prevent leaking the groundwater" , he does not make a effort seriously at all.Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant is far more dangerous than Iranian military installation or Israeli military installation.
5."U. S. forces" should have jurisdiction over all Israeli nuclear site so that Israel cannot cause a nuclear war.
There is a rumor Israel has more than 300 nuclear weapon facilities .But because Israel should be non-nuclear,"U. S. forces" should have jurisdiction over all Israeli nuclear site so that Israel cannot cause a nuclear war. Israel should provide all Israeli nuclear sites to the U. S. forces , if Israel would give several opinions to Iran nuclear talks because the United States contribute the total amount of the war expenditures of Israel to Israel in the first place .

M. Pokora - Reste comme tu es
They corner us in a passage.
By moving forward,
A difference is not mainly made.
Moreover, without exceeding,
You should establish history.
Meaning of one's existence,
There are several billions people without humanity.
Aozora Japanese Resistance
                



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