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Police arrest five accused of murdering Judge al-Ansi
(26 September News) - 2015-01-25
SANA'A– The security services in the Capital arrested five people accused of assassinating Judge Ahmed al-Ansi and his son, the Capital Police Director Brigadier Abdul-Razzaq al-Muayed said on Sunday. Judge al-Ansi, head of Bani al-Harith Court, and his son were shot dead by gunmen on January 18 in the court's yard

Parliament emergency session postponed
(26 September News) - 2015-01-25
SANAA- The board of the House of Representatives (Parliament) has postponed the parliament's emergency meeting initially scheduled for Sunday. The meeting was delayed until "another date to be set later," the house's board said. It said the postponement aimed at allowing more time to "inform all members of the parliament to attend

UK worried over worsening security in Yemen
(26 September News) - 2015-01-25
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LONDON– The United Kingdom has expressed its deep concern over the deteriorating situation and the very critical challenges currently witnessed by Yemen. In a press release issued on Saturday, the British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond called on all Yemeni sides to refrain from violence and intimidation and to resolve their differences through peaceful dialogue

Turkey: The current situation in Yemen is worrisome
(26 September News) - 2015-01-25
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ANKARA– Turkey considered the current situation in Yemen deeply worrisome and portends negative implications for the unity and integrity of the country. "We are concerned that the situation that befell Yemen can derail the transition period", said Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement issued on Sunday

Yemen, Djibouti discuss cooperation relations
(26 September News) - 2015-01-18
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SANA'A- Prime Minister Khaled Bahah discussed on Sunday with Djibouti's Ambassador to Yemen Mohammed Hersi the cooperation relations between the two countries and ways of enhancing them in various fields. In the meeting, Bahah praised the brotherly relations which witnessed steady development in various fields between the two countries, pointing to the mutual keenness to develop the common interests

More from 26 September News

Training course for English teachers in rural areas
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-02-02 - Retrieved at: 2012-02-02 15:10:00 GMT
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SANA’A, Feb. 1 — A three-day training session for 100 English teachers in rural areas concluded its activities on Monday in Sana’a. Speaking about future plans for the nation, Yemen's Deputy Minister of Education said, “The ministry will be in need of 12,000 new English teachers nationwide.” During the three-day session, teachers worked on writing and reading teaching skills in order to improve their ability to help students acquire the English language
[source: Yemen Times Online]

Concern over armed presence in Taiz
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-02-02 - Retrieved at: 2012-02-02 15:10:00 GMT
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TAIZ, Feb. 1 — People in Taiz have become concerned since armed figures started appearing in the city over the last couple days. Some roads were also closed during this time. Mohammed Sa'eed, a shopkeeper, speaking with the Yemen Times, said, “We had started feeling everything was returning to normal
[source: Yemen Times Online]

American drone strikes provoke Yemenis against interim government
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-02-02 - Retrieved at: 2012-02-02 15:10:00 GMT

ABYAN, Feb. 1 — Many Yemenis, and especially those in Abyan governorate, are blaming the new government for a loss of sovereignty after a US drone strike killed 11 Al-Qaeda members on Yemeni soil on Monday. The drones fired four missles; two exploded and the remaining two are still 'active' and “may explode at any time,” eyewitnesses – who have been present for such strikes in the past - told the Yemen Times
[source: Yemen Times Online]

Insecurity profile in Aden during January
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-02-02 - Retrieved at: 2012-02-02 15:10:00 GMT

ADEN, Feb, 1 — An unidentified armed group of men intercepted the Saudi Deputy Consul in Aden, Abdullah Al-Khaledi, as he traveled home from work on Monday. The men forced the Saudi diplomat to exit his vehicle while on his way to his home in Aden's Al-Mansoura city. The men, armed with assault rifles and machine guns, confiscated the diplomat's car and some personal belongings
[source: Yemen Times Online]

Yemen postpones new weekend
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-02-02 - Retrieved at: 2012-02-02 15:10:00 GMT

SANA’A, Jan. 29 – The new Friday-Saturday weekend, scheduled to begin in February, has been delayed until March, according to the Minister of Civil Service and Insurance. “It has been delayed but is expected to be in place in March,” state-run Al-Jumhorya newspaper quoted Nabil Shamsan as saying on Wednesday
[source: Yemen Times Online]

Women seek one-third quota in government
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-01-30 - Retrieved at: 2012-01-30 15:10:00 GMT
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SANA’A, Jan. 29 – A two-day workshop intended to help women obtain their political rights during the nation’s transitional period was held on Sunday in Sana’a. The workshop was conducted by USAID through the Responsive Governance Project (RGP) in cooperation with the Ministry of Human Rights and the Women’s Supreme Council
[source: Yemen Times Online]

Strikes hit Political Security
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-01-30 - Retrieved at: 2012-01-30 15:10:00 GMT
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SANA’A, Jan. 29 – Dozens of Political Security Organization (PSO) soldiers and officers commenced a 4-hour strike on Sunday, with demands for administrative and economic reforms. The protesters, who held their strike in front of the gate of the PSO building, threatened to demand the removal of the head of the PSO, General Ghaleb Al-Qamish, if he doesn’t constructively respond to the protesters’ demands The Political Security Organization is understood to have a bad reputation among
[source: Yemen Times Online]

Houthis and Southern Movement to boycott February election
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-01-30 - Retrieved at: 2012-01-30 15:10:00 GMT
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SANA’A, Jan. 29 — The Houthis in the north of Yemen and the secessionist Southern Movement in the south announced plans to boycott the presidential elections set for February 21. “According to the present political situation, the Southern Movement will not participate in the coming presidential elections,” Khaled Ba Madhaf, a leader of the Southern Movement in Aden, told the Yemen Times on Sunday
[source: Yemen Times Online]

Land disputes fuel Taiz clashes
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-01-30 - Retrieved at: 2012-01-30 15:10:00 GMT

TAIZ, Jan. 29 — Repeated clashes erupted in Taiz between the Republican Guards and locals over land disputes. Tensions have been rising, particularly in east of the city, over the last two weeks, with a number of clashes breaking out since last Monday. Citizens of the city are in a land dispute with the local authority, which wants to build a large mall in Al-Hawban, east Taiz
[source: Yemen Times Online]

EU warns Saleh’s relatives of creating obstacles to elections
(Yemen Times Online) 2012-01-30 - Retrieved at: 2012-01-30 15:10:00 GMT

SANA’A, Jan. 28 – President Ali Abdullah Saleh finally arrived in the US for short-term private medical treatment on Saturday night, according to the Republic of Yemen Foreign Press Office. Saleh, along with a number of family members, left to Oman last Sunday, on route to the United States. Meanwhile, preparations were ongoing for the coming one-man election, which will see Vice President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi officially sworn in as president for the coming two years
[source: Yemen Times Online]



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