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Bahah Accuses Houthis of Crippling State Operations By NY Staff The resigned Prime Minister Khalid Mahfoud Bahah says his government will not rescind its resignation, accusing the Houthis of crippling state operations, including the political and historical transition that may push the country toward disaster. The resigned PM and some of his minsters have been under the ...
Al-Qaeda in Yemen names France, not US, main enemy Latest message from AQAP leaders says that the US has been 'weakened' and France new enemy. The ideological leader of Yemen-based al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) said Friday that France had surpassed the United States as the top enemy of Islam. With the "weakening" of the United States in recent years, France h...
Yemen’s Court Postpone The Trial Ma’ab Killer Asma al-Mohattwari Yemen’s judiciary authorities have postponed the trial of Noah al-Yemeni, who killed his daughter, because of the strike. Judiciary authorities put al-Yemeni on trial after he brutally tortured and killed his 10-year-old daughter, Ma’ab, for allegedly committing adultery in the northern province of Dh...
The Art Of Caricature Flourishes In Crisis By Tamjid Alkohali Over the past four years, Yemen has passed through very difficult situations as a result of internal political conflicts among parties, which has led to the deterioration of the country in all fields: politically, socially, economically, and culturally. However, cartoonists have found the crisis a goo...
Journalists targeted while covering protests in Yemen New York, 2015--Several journalists have been attacked, detained, or their equipment seized in Sana'a in recent days, while at least one journalist has been reported missing, according to news reports and a local press freedom group. The anti-press violations occurred while journalists were covering protests against the...
When Brothers Become Enemies Asma al-Mohattwari Fatma’s only dream was to marry someone from the city to rescue her from her village’s traditions. She was living with her three brothers who thought only about their sister’s property and inheritance rights. They showed her love and hid their evil inside them. The man she was dreaming of came when he...
Filipinos in Yemen urged to leave The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) called upon all Filipinos community staying in Yemen to leave Yemen for security reasons after  Yemen President and his Primed Minister resigned  in response to the   Houthi  coup against the peace and partnership agreement. A statement was issued by the Philippine embass...
Houthi Rebels Beat, Detain Protesters Houthi Rebels beat back dozens of people marching in protest against the coup.On Wednesday, Houthi militants fire automatic rifles in the air and striking protesters with batons and knives. Witnesses say the rebels detained several protesters and journalists on Wednesday and Thursday, and that around 11 people were light...
Yemen: No Justice for Past Abuses Reforms Needed on Child Marriage, Women’s Rights. Human Rights Watch accused  Yemen’s government of breaking promises to take decisive measures to ensure justice for past human rights violations, Human Rights Watch said recently in its World Report 2015. "The government should also pass legislation to end child marriage a...
Yafa: A Towering Mountain By Tamjid Alkohali On the top of al-Karh Mountain, about 700 above the sea level in the city of Yafa in Abyan, sits al-Karh Citadel, which dates back thousands of years. Al-Karh Citadel is considered from the most important historical sites in south Yemen. It was the capital for Yafa’s sultans until the 1960s and also t...
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