Wednesday's resolution will be considered in the now Democrat-led House of Representatives, and is thought likely to pass.
Coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have relentlessly bombed Yemen since 2015 in an effort to oust the Houthi rebels controlling the capital city of Sana'a.
The bill also directs the President "to remove US Armed Forces from hostilities in or affecting the Republic of Yemen, except those engaged in operations directed at Al Qaeda or associated forces", within 30 days after the resolution's enactment. The statement argues that this is in violation of President Trump's constitutional powers, saying it is inappropriate to "override the President's determination as Commander-in-Chief".
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And there are those that won't be comfortable until the S&P 500 finally breaks through resistance between 2,800 and 2817. Stocks were helped by a US government report showing retail sales rose slightly in January after falling in December.
It's also another strong rebuke of President Donald Trump's support for Saudi Arabia, which has been a point of tension with Congress since the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi previous year. Lawmakers from both parties have criticized Trump for not condemning Saudi Arabia strongly enough for the killing. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., who co-sponsored the Sanders bill along with Sen.
At the same time, the vote also has wider implications for US foreign policy outside of ending the war in Yemen. "Concerns about Saudi human rights issues should be addressed with the administration and with Saudi officials". "The Senate's vote to end the US role in Yemen is also a vote to re-democratize our nation's foreign policy".
Some also contended that stopping USA support would help Iran, and potentially prolong the conflict by ending Washington's ability to influence Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, a partner in the conflict, to pursue a sustainable political settlement.
United States forces previously provided targeting support for coalition airstrikes and even mid-air refueling for coalition planes, until that practice was reportedly discontinued late a year ago.
"Now that the new Senate has passed the resolution, the House needs to pass the same clean version of the resolution to finally send it to the president's desk", Paul Kawika Martin, senior director for policy and political affairs at Peace Action, said.
The war in Yemen is the world's worst humanitarian crisis, with an estimated 14 million people at risk of starvation.
Credit: GoogleApps can now add support for a kind of settings pop-up that features only relevant options to the app you're in. I'll mess around with the Android Q beta on the Google Pixel 3 XL some more to see if there's anything more I can share.
The company also reassured its players that they are on their side and will try their best to find a reasonable solution. Six more students, between the ages of 18 and 22, were reportedly arrested in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Campaigners said 15,000 people took part in protests in more than 60 towns and cities across the United Kingdom in February. Elsewhere in New Zealand, Wellington students showed up in force, and of course, they wielded many excellent signs.
Experts have said the case against Aisyah appeared weaker since there was no video evidence of her with Kim at the airport. The Indonesian embassy reportedly said that Siti Aisyah's release on Monday was the result of Jakarta's lobbying efforts.
He also built Facebook's first human resources teams and oversaw the strategy for the apps that Facebook owns, Zuckerberg wrote . Two top Facebook executives are leaving the company, and it's not clear what they're moving on to do.
The World Health Organisation developed guidelines that regulate the amount of EMF the devices are allowed to emit. But the new petitions' authors warn that even these guidelines could be unsafe - and much more research is needed.
I'm tempted to write "Since when do congressional Republicans defy Trump?" but today would be the wrong day to make that point . Democrats speculate that the report might have enough evidence to support an impeachment effort against the president.
Montagnino emphasized that several cases have gone in favor of Johnson and Johnson and that there have been multiple mistrials. Amid the scrutiny, Reuters late past year published a report alleging that J&J knew about asbestos in its talc for decades.
If MPs opt for extending article 50 to continue deliberations, it still will not solve the problems May's government is facing. Macron said the British government has "to explain to us what the point of it is, and in particular whether it adds anything".
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He also ranks second all-time on Miami's career passer rating list, behind only Pennington (94.5) and ahead of Dan Marino (86.4). He became the Dolphins' starting quarterback as a rookie in 2012 and has still never taken a postseason snap.
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The team has fallen into crisis since he left in May after winning an unprecedented third straight Champions League. Perez labelled Zidane as the "best manager in the world" as he thanked him for his loyalty to Los Blancos.
Louis Tomlinson’s sister Félicité dead at 18
The singer's younger sister Felicite Tomlinson died in her West London flat on Wednesday following reports of a cardiac arrest. Louis is said to be "devastated and distraught" by the tragic news, only three years after his mother died from leukaemia .
Cyclone Idai batters Mozambique coastal city, several injured
Weather service Windy.com showed that the storm was off the east coast of Mozambique, with winds already in excess of 100km/h. The group has said it was ready to deploy 70 staff, along with 4x4 vehicles, boats, and jetskis to help with rescue efforts.
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The bridge connects the railway station to the Azad Maidan police station and the Times of India building in south Mumbai . The state's Education Minister Vinod Tawde said an audit of the bridge's safety was carried out a year ago .