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Wednesday, March 23rd 2016 11:42 PM
Talks aimed at ending Yemen's war are expected in Kuwait next month along with a temporary ceasefire, a senior Yemeni government official said, raising the prospect of an end to violence that has killed thousands. There have already been several failed attempts to defuse the conflict in Yemen, which has drawn in regional foes Saudi Arabia and
Tuesday, March 22nd 2016 10:21 PM
  More than 80% of the population is now in need of humanitarian aid. On a visit to the capital Sana’a, Karl Schembri spoke to families struggling to cope   The first thing I noticed was the destroyed airport. I flew in to Yemen on a small aircraft chartered by the UN Humanitarian Air Service with a handful of other aid
Tuesday, March 22nd 2016 02:47 PM
  Highlights • Armed clashes and air strikes continued to be reported across the country. Sa’ada, Sana’a and Taiz regions were the most affected. In Taiz City, despite ongoing blockades, some areas are accessible by humanitarian partners. On 18 February, the United Nations Security Council urged all parties to the conflict
Monday, March 21st 2016 11:12 PM
  Since its inauguration in 1958 during the British rule of the South, Al Gomhuria hospital did not witness any renovations as grandiose in size as the rehabilitation work which is currently taking place funded by the UAE Red Crescent. After the blessed victory that led the invading militias to retrieve, the UAE Red Crescent put on its
Monday, March 21st 2016 03:04 PM
  More than 51,000 Yemenite Jews have immigrated to Israel since 1949. The 17 who arrived Sunday mark the end of the organized efforts to bring them to Israel.   Many of Yemen's last remaining Jews were whisked out of the country on Sunday in a covert operation overseen by the Jewish Agency. The group comprised of 19 individuals –
Sunday, March 20th 2016 10:55 PM
  Monday 14th March marked the eighth anniversary of the murder of Martine Vik Magnussen, whose partially concealed body was found amongst rubble in the basement of flats in Great Portland Street in 2008.    Martine had been celebrating her end of term exams with other students from the Regent's Business School in Regents Park,
Tuesday, March 15th 2016 11:25 PM
Saudi-led air strikes killed 41 civilians and wounded 75 others on Tuesday in Yemen's northwestern province of Haja, a senior provincial health official said, a region largely controlled by the Iran-allied Houthi militia. Brigadier General Ahmed al-Asseri, spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition that intervened in Yemen's civil war, said it was
Saturday, March 12th 2016 11:00 PM
Fighting raged in Yemen's rebel-besieged city of Taiz over the past 24 hours, as pro-government forces advanced and broke rebel siege on the city and over 100 people were killed in the clashes, officials said on Saturday. "We announce that our forces on Friday night broke the rebel siege on southwestern areas of Taiz after
Saturday, March 12th 2016 10:38 PM
Violent clashes broke out in Mansoura district of Aden on Saturday between Yemeni government forces and Al-Qaeda-linked militants in an attempt by the government to end the presence of some extremists in the city, which caused at least 10 people dead. Reports from Mansoura said that the military units could advance to areas used to be controlled
Friday, March 11th 2016 09:54 PM
Yemeni pro-government forces on Friday gained ground around third city Taez which has been under rebel siege for several months, an official said. The loyalists backed by a Saudi-led military coalition took back areas in the western and southern suburbs of the city, its governor Ali al-Maamari said. They "reopened key roads that the Huthis
    Modern Yemen was established after a merge of two sovereign states- the Northern Yemen Arab Republic (North Yemen) and People Democratic Republic of Yemen
There is a lot more to make one confident about the Arab world than there is to cause despair. This may be a surprise, as every day we have to cope with more grim news; from Syria and Libya where
Extremism, especially violent extremism, is a scourge on the planet. Those who promote extremist ideologies or sponsor acts of violence in the name of Islam cannot be condoned or supported by anyone
The port of the most charming and enchanting city in Yemen- Aden- is one of the oldest and most ancient ports in the country. Its importance and strategic location contributed to its fame that can be
  Alas! I begin my speech with this word.,it reflects a deep sorrow in my heart. Innocent people were killed without remorse just because they wanted to help us! This is a Crime!! What happened
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