Since 2011, no military or security force could enter the center of Mansoura city that has been known for the unknown militants who go back and forth freely, before the military invasion on Wednesday, to turn over a period of lawlessness in the city.
In fact, the turbulence in the city dates back to 16th February 2011, when the Youth Revolution
More than 900 children were killed and over 1,300 injured in 2015 due to conflict in Yemen, said a report released by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) on Tuesday.
"UNICEF verified more than 1,560 incidents of grave violations against children in Yemen," said the report. "On average at least six children have been killed or maimed every
Ansar Asharia, the Al-Qaeda's wing in Yemen, has withdrawn from the provincial capital of Abyan Yemeni governorate in the early hours of Wednesday for unknown reason, after months of controlling the city.
Informed sources said that the withdrawal was sudden and with no clear reasons.
The withdrawal comes after months of the militants' control over
One year since the conflict in Yemen escalated, nearly 90 percent of children now need emergency humanitarian aid, yet the desperate plight of 10 million children is still being largely ignored, Save the Children said.
AhlulBayt News Agency - Save the Children, which is a nongovernmental organization, says about 90% of children in
SANAA, Yemen — Tens of thousands protested in the Yemeni capital Saturday on the anniversary of a U.S.-backed, Saudi-led coalition’s entrance into a civil war that has killed thousands and strengthened the Islamic State and al-Qaeda in this strategic Middle Eastern nation.
As coalition jets roared overhead, demonstrators carried
Joint Movement statement: On 14 March 2016, four Yemen Red Crescent Society volunteers were wounded by shelling in Ma’rib Governorate. The team was on duty at the time, retrieving the bodies of people killed in the fighting in the area.
This incident occurred despite agreements from all sides of the conflict that humanitarian workers
It was an extraordinary afternoon of celebration at the Modern American Language Institute (MALI), in Aden on Wednesday 23 March, 2016., MALI staff and students participated in the award recognition ceremony in the honor of their five ESU Public Speaker Semi-Finalists and National Winner.
The English-Speaking Union (ESU) is a unique
By Nasser Al-Sakkaf
IRIN contributor in Yemen
Additional reporting by Annie Slemrod, IRIN Middle East Editor
SANA'A, 24 March 2016
Before war ravaged Yemen, the country’s black citizens occupied the lowest rung on the societal ladder. Poorer than the poorest of other Yemenis, the group, usually called the
Three bomb cars targeted security checkpoints in Aden on Friday night, which led to tens of deaths, as reported by a security official.
Two of the targeted checkpoints are set on a road leading to a camp holding UAE soldiers and officers.
No official death toll has been issued yet.
The bombings come on the anniversary
Bakazem tribes of Shabwah have detained Helmi Azengi, the leader in Al-Qaeda organzation, on Wensday while he was passing through a tribal checkpoint coming from another area in the same province.
According to tribal sources, Azengi was carrying a huge sum of money as one million Saudi Riyals, in addition to explosives and