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Bahah’s Government Moving Towards Improving Telecome Services By NY Staff In its regular meeting last Wednesday, Bahah’s government approved the completion of the final measures of the contract for investment in the submarine cable project (SMW5), on the basis of a half share investment with the completion of the necessary legal procedures. The project aims to invest in the new ca...
Scandals of the New Information Minister BY NY Staff The newly appointed Information Minister for the government of Bahah, Nadia al-Sakaf, has inaugurated Lana Radio in Aden early this week as the first community radio in the southern governorates. Lana Radio is owned by al-Sakaf and managed by her Jordanian husband Khair Adeen al-Nisoor. Both the minister and...
3rd Yemen Film Festival: 14 Days To Go By Saif Saleh Al-Oliby January 3, 2015 is the deadline for receiving films participating in the 3rd Yemen Film Festival. “The films participating in the festival this year will be of interest to Yemeni society and the themes will include issues related to childhood and its dreams, the outcomes of the National Dial...
Areas Controlled By Ansar Allah In Yemen By Staff The clashes between Ansar Allah and the Yemeni government began in 2004. The strategic expansion of the movement increased after the fall of Sana’a. Here are the provinces controlled by Ansar Allah, their locations and their importance: Sana’a: The fall of Sana’a represented a strategic turning point for Ansar ...
Donors Assistance to Yemen Slowed Down feat The Executive Bureau (EB)and the World Bank (WB) have jointly released the 2014 annual status report on Yemen’s donor pledges. While the level of disbursement  and the donors commitments to pledge  their allocated amount  remains a challenge for the EB. The allocated aids remain high, donor community has tended to sp...
Yemen Oil Industry Loses Ground Fakhri al-Arashi The deteriorating security situation in Yemen has pushed some international oil companies to recalculate their working strategies. Canadian Nexen Petroleum Yemen, in East Alhajr Block 51, has announced the temporary shutdown of its oil operation including its labor force and subcontractor companies. Some...
YSP Announces New Satellite Channel and Daily Newspaper The Yemeni Socialist Party (YSP) has revealed its intention to launch a satellite channel within an integrated media organization that includes a radio station, a daily newspaper, a magazine, and websites. The final statement of the National Council of the YSP pointed out that the partisan Council for the YSP has str...
Za’ail Speaks To Media For First Time After Fall Of Sana’a red By NY Staff Colonel Asker Za’ail, spokesman of the First Armored Division, has talked to the media for the first time since the fall of Sana'a by the Houthis on September 21th. In a statement, Za’ail directed a message titled Part of the Truth to the General People Congress' spokesman (GPC), Abdo al-Jandi. In the mes...
18 Houthis killed in clashes with tribesmen in Arhab Eighteen members of the Houthi militant group were killed Sunday and 22 others wounded in violent clashes with armed Arhab tribesmen in a northern Yemeni district that bears the tribe's name, tribal sources said. "Violent clashes erupted between Houthi militants and armed Arhab tribesmen which left 18 militants dead ...
Military Operations Do Not Always Produce a Solution By Harun Yahya American soldiers always win in American films. The most complex operations take place, the victory is won and the hostages are freed. American superiority is always symbolized. But is that how it is in the real world? If you look at history you will see that the facts do not always match what the films sa...
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