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President Hadi advocates unity in Yemen
(Yemen Post Staff) - 2014-07-24
  As Yemen embattled President Abdo Rabbo Masnour Hadi visisted the northern province of Amran this week he called on all Yemenis to prize and value unity before all else. Advocating peace and national cohesion at a time when the clash of weapons continue to fill the air, President Hadi was keen to remind his countrymen that Yemen, the poorest and most populous country in the Arabian Peninsula has suffered enough and has seen enough death of the past five decades, for its people to

Iran wants its diplomat released now
(Yemen Post Staff) - 2014-07-22
  Amid heightened diplomatic tensions and aggravated political tensions, Iran has expressly called on Sana’a central government to arrange for the immediate and unconditional release of its kidnapped diplomat, Nour Ahmad Nikbakht. Nikbakht who was kidnapped last year by armed tribesmen in the Yemeni capital as he was leaving the embassy in a deemed “safe” neighbourhood of Sana’a has not been heard of or seen since

The United States calls on its nationals to leave Yemen
(Yemen Post Staff) - 2014-07-22
  As tensions continue to rise in Yemen, the poorest and most populous country in the Arabian Peninsula, the United States renewed its security warnings, calling on all its nationals to leave Yemen if they can. According to officials in Washington, Yemen faces yet another aggravated security threat after intelligence detected that terror elements in the impoverished nation and the region could seek to target US interests and/or individuals in premeditated acts of revenge

Yemen’s economic reforms make Yemenis angry
(Yemen Post Staff) - 2014-07-22
  While President Abdo Rabbo Mansour might have feel compelled to roll out a series of unpopular economic and financial reforms in bid to stop his country from haemorrhaging money, Yemenis are certainly not taking the news with a smile, not when on the ground their quality of life is depreciating by the minute

Al Qaeda wants to cut off officials’ hands
(Yemen Post Staff) - 2014-07-22
  Just as the US State Department has issued a security warning, calling on all its nationals to leave Yemen due to an aggravated terror threat, Al Qaeda has announced it will cut off the hands of every single corrupt official it can find. While such threat falls completely in line with Al-Qaeda’s radical narrative and its ingrained misconception that Islam is vindictive and blood-thirsty, officials in the south-eastern province of Hadhramawt where the warning was issues are

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Yemen's Saleh Still Acting Presidential in Threat to Gulf Peace Agreement
(Bloomberg) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 09:10:00 GMT

Last week, Yemen's Ali Abdullah Saleh pardoned those who committed “stupiditiesâ€
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Yemen's Saleh Still Acting Presidential in Risk to Gulf Accord
(BusinessWeek) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 09:10:00 GMT

Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Last week, Yemen's Ali Abdullah Saleh pardoned those who committed “stupiditiesâ€
[source: International sources (through Google)]

25 injured in fighting between opposition protesters, separatists in south Yemen
(Shanghai Daily (subscription)) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 06:10:00 GMT

SANAA, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- At least 25 people were wounded in fierce fighting flared late Wednesday in a sit-in square in Yemen' s southeast province of Hadramout between protesters demanding President Ali Abdullah Saleh's prosecution and
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Suspected al Qaeda militants killed in Yemen clashes, officials say
(CNN) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 06:10:00 GMT

(CNN) -- At least 11 suspected al Qaeda militants were killed in Yemen's southern province of Abyan in clashes that erupted Tuesday night and continued for at least 14 hours, according to officials and local residents. A senior security official in
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Thousands rally in Yemen for renewed independence
(Business Recorder (blog)) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 06:10:00 GMT

Thousands of Yemenis rallied in the main southern city of Aden on Wednesday to call for secession from the north as they commemorated the day the formerly independent south won freedom from Britain. "The people want to liberate the south," the
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Fighting flares up in Yemen
(Investor's Business Daily) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 06:10:00 GMT

Shiite rebels and Sunni Islamists fought pitched battles, wounding dozens in N. Yemen. The new PM is working on a new gov't as part of a plan for Pres. Ali Abdullah Saleh to exit after 33 years. The plan, put together by the neighboring Gulf states,
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Yemen: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
(Huffington Post (blog)) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 03:10:00 GMT

Following 10 months of popular protests calling for his resignation, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh signed an agreement last week to transfer power to his vice president. It's unlikely, though, that a piece a of paper will bring a peaceful
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Yemen: Taiz Shelled, At Least 3 Killed
(Huffington Post) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 03:10:00 GMT

SANAA, Yemen — Thousands of residents fled the central Yemen city of Taiz Wednesday when government forces shelled the city, killing one person, and two guards were shot dead in the south by Islamist militants,
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Yemen Islamists decry 'siege' by Shiite rebels
(AFP) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 03:10:00 GMT
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SANAA — Thousands of Sunni Islamists rallied Wednesday in the Yemeni capital protesting against the alleged siege of a religious school by Shiite rebels in the north. The Huthi rebels attacked the Salafist Dar al-Hadith institute in the rebel
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Yemen Islamists decry 'siege' by Shiite rebels
(Africasia) 2011-11-30 - Retrieved at: 2011-12-01 03:10:00 GMT
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Thousands of Sunni Islamists rallied Wednesday in the Yemeni capital protesting against the alleged siege of a religious school by Shiite rebels in the north. The Huthi rebels attacked the Salafist Dar al-Hadith institute in the rebel stronghold of
[source: International sources (through Google)]



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