A Yemeni child inspects the rubble of a house in the capital Sanaa after a Saudi-led airstrike, August 11, 2016 (Mohammed Huwais/AFP/Getty)

In our 15-minute Week in Review, I joined Paul Ross on talkRADIO on Friday to discuss the Yemen crisis, Donald Trump’s challenge to the US system, and the UK Government’s latest fumbling over the Brexit departure from the European Union.

First, we explain the threat to millions in Yemen from the ongoing ground battles, bombing, and blockades — and why hopes for a ceasefire are still distant.

We summarize Donald Trump’s post-election tantrum and threat to the Trump-Russia investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

And we conclude with the wider significance of Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab’s statement that he did not realize the importance of trade between the English port of Dover and France’s Calais.

Listen from 15:04 in 0100-0130 Segment