In what could be a sign the administration is moving away from apolicy seen as discriminatory, the Obama administration announced Thursday that it is restricting visa-free travel to the U.S. for recent visitors to three additional countries -- but not for dual nationals with those passports.
Under the new restrictions, citizens of the 38
Russia is working towards confronting violations in Yemen as the UN accuses it of war crimes.
Russia is making extensive movements to confront what it calls war crimes in Yemen, local sources told The New Arab.
The UN member condemned the destruction of historical and cultural artefacts in the war-torn country during a
By Marina de Regt
“Aunt, if you know any way to migrate to Europe plz just tell me, I wanna run away from this world”. Said, the son of one of my Yemeni friends, sent me this Facebook message some time ago. I was shocked and first did not know what to answer him. While I got used to phonecalls from my friend
The past five years in Yemen offer a bleak opportunity to reckon with failure. When protests began in January 2011, many Yemenis dared to hope for meaningful political change. Today, after the collapse of a poorly designed political transition and a year of ferocious war, the country’s urban areas have been rendered unlivable, 21.2
CAIRO — The Yemenis in Egypt maintain a low profile. They mingle quietly with Egyptian society, hoping that one day they will be able to go back to their own country.
There are few Yemenis in Egypt — an estimated 5,000. Many are concentrated in the Dokki and Agouza districts of Cairo. The United Nations High Commissioner for
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns TV journalist Ahmed Al-Shaibani’s targeted murder by a sniper yesterday in the southwestern city of Taiz and calls for independent investigations into the crimes committed by both sides in the war in Yemen.
A video reporter for state-owned Yemen TV, Shaibani was killed while covering
The king of the jungle facing an agonising death: Tragic lion is among hundreds of animals starving in Yemen horror zoo where animals have turned to cannibalism to survive
Some 280 animals are starving to death at a zoo in southern Yemen
Several of the predators have resorted to cannibalism to survive
Lions, leopards and
The Emirates Red Crescent, ERC, has completed 85 percent of its work on the refurbishing project of schools and educational institutions in Aden and the southern provinces of Yemen.
The ERC so far equipped 131 schools by providing maintenance and furniture as part of its ongoing efforts to promote the education sector, being one of the fields most
ISIS in Yemen has claimed responsibility for an attack targeted a camp west of Aden on Wednesday morning, which left nine dead and thirteen wounded.
The terrorist organization said that Abu Issa Al-Ansari blew up himself in among a group of "apostates." claiming that 20 of them were killed.
Ras Abbas camp is used by the Yemeni government and the
Hundreds of Southern Movement supporters gathered in a square in Mansoura city on Tuesday to mark the 5ths anniversary of what they called "February 16 Revolution," referring to the protests against the now-ousted Yemeni president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, in 2011.
The participants raised flags of the former state of People's Democratic Republic of