New Delhi: Around 4000 Indians are stranded in Yemen, out of which 350 Indians were safely evacuated from Yemen's southern port city of Aden on Tuesday
Yemen conflicts and war ranges have terrorised the the complete country, more than a dozen countries have closed their embassies in Yemen's capital Sanaa in protest against the Houthi takeover of the city and over security concerns.
Out of 350 people, 220 are men, 101 are women and 28 children were safely escorted to the Indian Navy ship INS Sumitra. According to Defence ministry, the ship left Yemen in late hours on Tuesday night. These people will be brought back to India by air, from the neighbouring country.
Saudi Arabia and fellow GCC member states launched airstrikes on Houthi positions in Yemen on March 26, a move condemned by Iran but supported by the US, Egypt, Jordan, and Morocco.
Yemen has been mired in deep political conflict since 2011 when mass protests forced former President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down. The situation worsened when Houthis rebels seiz

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