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Japan Extends US$40Mil. To Yemen The Government of Japan has decided to extend  its humanitarian aid program to Yemen.  The additional emergency grant aid worth's US$ 2.4 million, and it will be distributed trough ICRC, IOM and UNHCR organizations to support internally displaced Yemenis. The program is designed to help the Yemeni evacuees in Djibouti an...
Yemeni Women Have Their Own Petrol Station   Asma al-Mohattwari Years ago it was a shame if a woman drove a car, now women have their own petrol station. Marwa, a divorced woman and a mother of two children, depends on her car to achieve her daily activities, but the Saudi-led coalition war in Yemen has led to a huge petrol crisis. There are no cars, no buses and ...
Celebrating The Fifth Anniversary Of National Yemen Newspaper Fakhri al-Arashi As the Editor-In-Chief of this newspaper, please allow me to formally update you very briefly on the first five years of National Yemen. National Yemen was a dream of mine. I had always wanted to create a paper committed to the improvement of Yemen. To do this, National Yemen continues to provide ...
Vice President Takes Part in Bahaj’s Funeral By NY Staff On Sunday, the Vice President and Prime Minister of Yemen Khaled M. Bahah took part in the funeral of the Shabwa Governor Ahmed Ali Bahaj on the Saudi-Yemeni border Sharourah. Shaikh Fahid al-Shaif, Major General Ali Hassan Al-Ahmadi and other military commanders and social prominent personals attended the f...
Fierce Fighting In Yemen As Hopes for Peace Fade By NY Staff Houthi militants and loyalist fighters were locked in fierce fighting in three battle fronts in Yemen on Monday as hopes for a political solution faded after the United Nations postponed peace talks. Clashes raged in the country's third largest city Taiz, sowing panic after Houthi militants bombarded several...
World Must Act Now To Prevent Yemen Collapse By NY Staff It is deplorable that everybody has failed to extend what was a temporary ceasefire in Yemen. “The conflict and blockade of the country has crippled its economy and put the lives of 26 million people at risk” Said Jim Clarken Chief executive Oxfam Ireland. Fuel supplies are exhausted, food is running out, h...
Saudi Says No F-15 Was Shot Down In Yemen By NY Staff Saudi Arabia clarified that none of its fighter aircraft was shot down over Yemen. Photos on the internet show a pylon with two AIM-9 missiles and an external fuel tank. early morning of Sunday 24th of May, Houthis claim they've downed Saudi fighter jet. Images on social media purport to show parts of a dow...
Somalia: Breakaway Region Of Somaliland Refuse Any More Somali Refugees Fleeing The War In Yemen The breakaway region of Somaliland announced on Sunday that it would not accept any more refugees fleeing the war in Yemen Midnimo.com reported Sunday evening on 24 May, 2015. “We will not be accepting Somali refugees or any other refugees fleeing Yemen,” Mohamed Saed, an official of the Somaliland government, told the M...
UN Peace Talks On Yemen Postponed A United Nations (UN) conference designed to help forge peace in war-ravaged Yemen has been postponed, a UN official said Sunday, just four days before it was due to begin. There had been growing uncertainty over which of the warring Yemeni parties would attend the talks, slated to begin on Thursday in Geneva, and the po...
Statement On Situation In Yemen By UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake New York, 24 May 2015-“The toll seems to grow higher by the day. Reports that two more children have been killed and six more children injured in the escalating conflict in Yemen underscore the urgent need for action to protect children -- and to bring an end to the hostilities that are devastating their lives and futures...
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