Several hundred protesters gathered on Monday before the American ambassy in the Yemeni capital, Sana'a, to denounce U.S. President Obama's administration's policy in Guantanamo Bay prion, America's infamous terror penitentiary.
Putting to rest a series of reports which allege President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hado is seeking to extend the terms of his presidential mandate to complete Yemen transition of power as per defined by the GCC-brokered initiative, Mahbob Ali,
The UN Children's agency, UNICEF called on the Yemeni government this Monday to concentrate on a series of reforms which would ensure that children' rights are not only protected but provisioned for in the new constitution.
Military officials confirmed on Tuesday media reports stating that more U.S. troops have landed in Yemen,, as part of Washington-Sana'a military efforts against al-Qaeda in the region.
Reporters Without Borders, which has consultative status with the United Nations, has submitted its observations and recommendations on freedom of Information in Yemen to the UN Human Rights Council ahead of Yemen’s Universal Periodic Review by the council during its 18th session in January and February 2014.
Houthis protesters (a group of Zaidi Muslims under the control of Abdel-Malek al-Houthi, a powerful tribal leader and politician for Ansar Allah) took to the streets of the Yemeni capital, Sana'a this Sunday to demonstrate against the killing last week of a dozen of their fellow militants.
Last week the sons of Marib (oil rich eastern province of Yemen) formerly presented their case before Yemen National Dialogue Conference representatives, in the presence of Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, the NDC Secretary General and Professor Sultan Alatawany, NDC Vice-President.
Police sources confirmed on Saturday that the disappearance of a Dutch couple from their residence in Hadda (a southern district of the capital home to a majority of diplomats and foreign workers) is likely to be tied up to yet another kidnapping.
Officials from Ansar Allah, Yemen new Zaidi political faction, formerly known as the Houthis, announced on Satruday that following an arrangement with the coalition government they secured the release of their fellow militants from jail.
Speaking on Democracy Now, Jeremy Scahill explains how Anwar al-Awlaki, the American-born Islamic cleric turned from regular Joe to most wanted terrorist.
In September of last year the international community gathered at two events to discuss support for the economic reconstruction and political transition in Yemen. The end result of the donor conference in Riyadh and the ‘Friends of Yemen’ meeting in New York City was pledges totaling US$7.5 billion.
"I believe that inheritance and separation are two sides of the same coin as there is no place for them in Yemen’s future at all. Yemeni people won’t accept inheritance at all."
"The US is helping Yemen become more of a dictatorship rather than an institutional nation. By allowing the drone strikes and no one knowing about it, this way people cannot stand against it or approve it."
Yemen Post surveyed hundreds in the countrys six main provinces asking them to grade President Abdurabu Hadi’s first year in power. A slight step backwards was the result as Hadi’s grade was better six months ago.
One the most controversial politician in Yemen, former South Yemen President Ali Salem al-Beidh opened up in May to al-Monitor, (an independent news website which offers tis readers analyses on the Middle East),
Abdulelah Haider Shaye, Yemen's unwilling political victim of America's war against terror has now become the epitome of political manipulation, foreign interferences and injustice.
Yemen Central Bank revealed in its latest report that the country's annual inflation rate surge to 14% in April as opposed to 11.3% in February, an increase of already four points from January.
I am an ambitious person who has many goals and aims .I have faced many problem that destroy every thing that I try to build
For Yemen Post
The present situation in Yemen can be best described as "The Emperor has new Clothes and "the Rape of Yemen" and UN providing the cover.
Possible Turkey fallout and Iran advances are not necessarily related.
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