The Illegal Occupation of Islands in the Gulf of Aden

The islands of Socotra and Perim at the mouth of the Red Sea are part of Yemen but occupied by hostile powers

Photo by Liam Sims on Unsplash

Invasion loomed over a country. The citizens were overwhelmed by a massive army from a neighboring country. The invaders made the invasion on the pretext of saving the local population, but…

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