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Tensions In Yemen May Soon Become A Big Deal To Oil Increasing tensions in Yemen could soon provide a sizable boost to oil prices once again. Saudi Arabian ground troops entered northern territories in Yemen in a move to counter retaliatory attacks by Yemeni forces on Saudi soil, according to a report dated Thursday from Tehran-based Press TV, which cited comments from a ...
Yemen’s Houthi Rebels Thought To Be Holding 13 Journalists Hostage According to the Reporters Without Borders tally, at least 11 journalists are currently being held hostage by Yemen’s Houthi rebels, who are responsible for most of the threats and acts of violence against journalists in an all-out civil war with a death toll from the past four months now exceeding 4,000. Two new journal...
Al-Qaeda Lashes 10 In Yemen For Blasphemy, Alcohol Aden (AFP) - Al-Qaeda militants in southeastern Yemen have publicly flogged 10 men in a new sign of their growing control over the lawless region, witnesses and an official said Friday. The men were whipped in Al-Shihr, a coastal town in Hadramawt province, after being summarily convicted of insulting God and consuming a...
Yemen’s Pro-Hadi Forces Mobilize To Free Sana’a Forces loyal to President Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi are stepping up military efforts to retake Yemen’s capital Sanaa from Iranian-backed Houthi militias, according to Al Arabiya News Channel. The Popular Resistance is backed by a Saudi-led coalition, which has been leading an air campaign against the militia since March, and...
Assidai Was Set Free Tribal negotiation in Sana’a ends up recently with releasing the red color BMW X3 car from the hand of Abductors. The CEO of al-Rawaishan for Investment Yasser Assdai, his car and escorts were set free after couple of days abduction. A source close to Assidai has confirmed the release of the vehicle and people were in th...
British Hostage Freed By UAE Forces In Yemen A British national held hostage in Yemen has been freed by United Arab Emirates forces, Philip Hammond has confirmed. The Briton, whose identity has not been revealed, was released in a military intelligence operation, the foreign secretary said on Sunday. Hammond, who is in the Iranian capital, Tehran, to reopen ...
Police HQ Destroyed in Yemen’s Aden, al-Qaida Blamed Yemeni officials are blaming al-Qaida for a bomb that destroyed secret police headquarters in the southern port city of Aden Saturday. No casualties are reported. Al-Qaida fighters are said to have moved into the city after pro-government forces took it back from Houthi rebels several weeks ago. The al-Qaida takeover of...
Officials Say Al-Qaeda Seizes Key Areas in Aden City SANAA: Al-Qaeda militants have seized control of key areas in and around the port city of Aden, high-ranking security officials said Saturday. Fighters took Tawahi district, home to a presidential palace and Aden's main port, and were patrolling the streets, some carrying black banners, the officials said. The militants ...
Yemeni President Proposes 15-day Ceasefire Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi has urged a 15-day ceasefire to coincide with the Houthi rebels giving up their positions in all provinces and cities. The ceasefire proposal was handed by the president himself to the UN envoy to Yemen in Saudi Arabia, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed. He was due to meet with rebel repres...
EU Shows High Concern On Bombing Yemen’s Port Facilities In Hodeida In a joint statement by the Spokespersons of the High Representative/ Vice-President Federica Mogherini and Commissioner of Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides on the bombings in Yemen of port facilities. The current conflict in Yemen is having a dramatic impact on the civilian population whose ne...
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