The New Prime Minister Arrives in Sana’a
By NY Staff
The newly appointed Prime Minister, Khalid Mahfoud Bahah, arrived in Sana'a early morning on Sunday, coming from New York on board of Turkish Airlines. Bahah told the UN representative in his farewell to the United Nation office in New York that he and the people of Yemen are expecting the unlimited suppo...
Houthis Remove Tents From Airport Road While Checkpoints Remain
BY NY Staff
Media sources have stated that the Houthis have completed removing their tents yesterday, October 19, from Airport road in Sana’a as a step to implement the peace and partnership agreement. The road was closed since the beginning of last September aiming to implement their demands, which was set in reduce o...
Houthi Power Expands Under Government and Regional Silence
By NY staff
After the Houthi militias took control Amran and Sa’ada, many people predicted that the Houthis would head to Sana'a to control it also. After increasing the prices of the oil derivatives on the third day of Eid al-Fitr, Houthis from Amran and Sa’ada came to Sana’a under the pretext of reducing prices, bringi...
Yemeni Man Divorces His Wife and Marries Her Sister
By NY Staff
A Yemeni farmer, 45 old years, divorced his wife, 35 years old, after a marriage that lasted 20 years to marry her sister, 25 years old, because she is better in cooking, farming and chewing Qat.
The illiterate farmer complained about the apathy of his wife while working in the Qat farms and her neglect even...
Dozens of Egyptian fishermen detained in Yemen
Egypt’s Embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, reported on Sunday that “dozens” of Egyptian fishermen and their vessels are being held by the Yemeni authorities.
The fishermen are charged with illegally entering Yemen’s “territorial waters” and fishing illegally, the Ministry of Foreign affairs said in a Sunday statement.
“Unhealthy Sewage” Revitalizes Yemeni Theater
By Tamjid Alkohali
After more than twenty years, popular theater in Yemen has returned with a play called Unhealthy Sewage, now playing at the Hurricane Cinema in Aden. The play was presented on the first day of Eid Al-Adha, October 4th, and continued until the 18th of the same month.
The play has won the admiration of...
Declaration of Yemeni Female Media Conglomerate
On October 18, the Wujoh Foundation for Media and Development declared the Conglomerate of Yemeni Female Media to end its project involving Yemeni female media workers to support women's issues in the outputs of the NDC and the next constitution during the transitional phase.
The Conglomerate of Yemen...
KSA border troops step up alert after Yemen port raid
GHAZANFAR ALI KHAN
Saudi troops along the Kingdom's southern border have been placed on high alert after Houthi rebels seized a strategically important Yemeni land port close to Jazan.
The Haradh port, one of three major land entry ports in the north of Yemen that connects the two countries, is used for both travel an...
Yemen Houthis protest Saudi death sentence against Sheikh Nimr
Dozens of Houthi demonstrators protested in front of the Saudi embassy in Yemen’s capital Sanaa on Saturday calling for the release of a prominent Shia cleric, Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, who was sentenced to death by a Saudi court this week, a Reuters witness said.
Yemeni security and military forces blocked both sides of the ...
Female Artists Suffer Most Than Male
By Tamjid Alkohali
In her room, Kareema, 21-years-old, hides all her paintings. She hides them from her father who never encourages her. He thinks that her paintings bring the devil to the house, in accordance with some Islamic Hadiths. She hides them from her family that doesn't appreciate them or understand their meani...