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Houthi Tribesmen Continue to Pose a Risk to Yemen
(Yemen Online) - 2014-09-23
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Sep.22.2014  Houthi tribesmen light up the evening sky with endless gunfire in downtown Sana’a. Everyone is really frightened. The Houthis have moved into the capital, taken over government buildings and a TV station as a show of force to press action from President Hadi. They want a better share of the proposed 6 state solution to new Yemen because they want to group their people together, gain oil resources and also secure access to the sea

Yemen rebels raid army commander house
(Yemen Online) - 2014-09-23
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Sep.22.2014  Houthi rebels in Yemen have raided the houses of a powerful military commander and his allies in the capital Sanaa.The raid on the home of Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar, an adviser on defence and security affairs for the president, came a day after the signing of a UN-brokered peace deal between the government and the Shia rebel group

Houthis get huffy
(Yemen Online) - 2014-09-22
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Sep.22,2014  IT IS almost exactly a decade since the death of Hussein al-Houthi, a radical cleric who hoped to revive the Zaydi Shia Islam unique to north Yemen. Mr Houthi left behind a movement that had few followers outside his home province of Saada and a few university students in the capital, Sana’a

Yemen Rebels Gain Concessions From Government After Assault on Capital
(Yemen Online) - 2014-09-22
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  Sep.22,2014    An assault on Yemen’s capital rocked the transitional government on Sunday as fighters from a Shiite rebel group stormed through the city, seizing government buildings, state media facilities and military bases. The military broke apart, some units appeared to side with rebels, and the prime minister abruptly resigned

Yemeni leaders, rebels sign ceasefire calling for new government
(Yemen Online) - 2014-09-22
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Sep.22,2014   Yemen's president, a powerful rebel group and representatives of major political parties signed a ceasefire Sunday, the government announced."The document calls for an immediate ceasefire and ending all forms of violence," the written statement said. "It also calls for the formation of a technocratic national government, which will work to enhance government transparency, implement economic reforms, in addition to continuing military and security

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Ex-pal: Terrorist training led Mass. man to Yemen
(Boston.com) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 03:10:00 GMT

AP Legal Affairs Writer / November 29, 2011 BOSTON—A former friend of a Massachusetts man accused of conspiring to help al-Qaida has testified the man said "we're finally doing it" as they traveled overseas looking for a terrorist
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Ex-pal: Terrorist training led Mass. man to Yemen
(La Crosse Tribune) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 03:10:00 GMT

AP | Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2011 11:19 am | Loading… A former friend of a Massachusetts man accused of conspiring to help al-Qaida has testified the man said "we're finally doing it" as they traveled overseas looking for a terrorist training
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Yemen's new PM says cabinet to be announced in days
(Shanghai Daily (subscription)) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 03:10:00 GMT

SANAA, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- Yemen's newly-appointed Prime Minister Mohamed Basindwa said Tuesday that his cabinet will be formed within days. "The new government will be announced within days," Basindwa briefed reporters at a press conference here.
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Yemen Still in Chaos Following Despot's Supposed Fall
(The New American) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 03:10:00 GMT

An interim Prime Minister with a socialist background was selected on November 27 after US-backed Yemeni “Presidentâ€
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Yemen: Musical chairs rather than transition to democracy
(allvoices) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 03:10:00 GMT

By northsunm32 Yemen's interim prime minister Mohamed Basidowa announced that the vice-president Mansour Hadi will run for president of Yemen uncontested. President Saleh who ruled for 33 years is stepping down after signing a deal brokered by the Gulf
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Yemen cabinet to form in days
(The National) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 03:10:00 GMT
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emeni protesters march in Sanaa yesterday to demand the trial of President Ali Abdullah Saleh. SANAA// Yemen's prime minister-designate promised yesterday to announce his government within days, saying Gulf countries have been asked to help the country
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Ex-pal: Terrorist training led Mass. man to Yemen
(MiamiHerald.com) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 03:10:00 GMT

AP Legal Affairs Writer BOSTON -- After years of talking about participating in a holy war against the United States, Tarek Mehanna expressed satisfaction that he and two friends were moving closer to that goal, one of those friends
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Ex-pal: Terrorist Training Led Mass. Man To Yemen
(Salon) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 03:10:00 GMT

BOSTON (AP) — After years of talking about participating in a holy war against the United States, Tarek Mehanna expressed satisfaction that he and two friends were moving closer to that goal, one of those friends testified Tuesday
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The Call: Stability remains elusive for Yemen
(Foreign Policy) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 00:10:00 GMT
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By James Fallon Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh last week signed a deal crafted by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to exit from power. While a marginally positive development, the pact is not sufficient to restore political stability in the near
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Yemen: Hundreds of Thousands of Protesters Demand President Face Charges
(Democracy Now) 2011-11-29 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-30 00:10:00 GMT

Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis are demonstrating across the country today to demand President Ali Abdullah Saleh face trial for charges ranging from corruption to deadly crackdowns on protests. Last week, Saleh signed a deal in Saudi Arabia in which
[source: International sources (through Google)]



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