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LATEST UPDATES Joint Press Release: The Embassy of Japan andUNHCR distribute UNIQLO clothes to people in need in Yemen :: Dealing with insolvency in Yemen :: Four security officers have been killed in the past 24 hours :: Identifying al-Qaeda’s dead :: Yemen crude oil export on free fall for February :: Prison breakout averted in al-Baydha :: Dozens of al-Qaeda militants are killed in broad air offensive :: Second drone strike against al-Qaeda positions in 48 hours :: The kidnapping of children in Yemen :: Technological breakthrough is attributed to Yemeni national ::
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Joint Press Release: The Embassy of Japan andUNHCR distribute UNIQLO clothes to people in need in Yemen

The Embassy of Japan and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) have distributed today in Sana’a the clothes donated by Japanese citizens to Yemeni families in need. Over 200,000 clothes arriving from Japan through UNIQLO, a famed Japanese garment retailer, are to be distributed to over 63,000 individuals in Yemen, in collaboration with the Yemeni Government and UNHCR.

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Four security officers have been killed in the past 24 hours

Security sources have confirmed on Tuesday that over the past 24 hours four high ranking security officers have been killed in a string of attacks by armed militants, in what has been perceived as retaliation for the bombing of al-Qaeda position in southern and central Yemen.

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Identifying al-Qaeda’s dead

Following a massive two-day airstrike against al-Qaeda positions in Yemen, government officials have confirmed they are now trying to identify all the terror militants who were taken out during the attack.
It was reported in Tuesday that an estimated 55 Islamists were killed, among whom several key al-Qaeda leaders.

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Dealing with insolvency in Yemen

Looking in to Yemen’s penitentiary system, Human Rights Watch said to have discovered a troubling trend whereby a great many people have been sent to jail for long period of time over insolvency issues.

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Prison breakout averted in al-Baydha

Security sources confirmed on Monday that Yemen security services managed to foil an attempted break-out at al-Baydha Central Prison this Sunday. The Interior Ministry confirmed that elements within the prison staged a riot, hoping to create enough of a distraction to allow inmates to escape unnoticed.

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Dozens of al-Qaeda militants are killed in broad air offensive

The Interior Ministry confirmed in a statement made to the press late on Monday that an estimated 55 alleged al-Qaeda operatives have been killed in a major air offensive across several southern and central Yemeni provinces.

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Second drone strike against al-Qaeda positions in 48 hours

With the Friends of Yemen set to begin on April 29th in London, Yemeni officials have intensified their campaign against al-Qaeda, keen to prove how committed they are to defeat the region’s enemy number one.

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The kidnapping of children in Yemen

According to a report published by Seyaj Organization for Childhood Protection, Yemeni-based human rights organizations, there have been an estimated 124 children have been kidnapped over the past year. This new data was made public at a press conference in Sana’a earlier last week.

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Yemen moves toward social inclusion, UNICEF campaign

Amid calls for better social integration and inclusion, government officials have announced that UNICEF in partnership with the Social Welfare Fund (SWF) and the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour will launch a program in Taiz (Yemen’ second most populous metropolis) which aims to map out Yemen’s Akhdam community, aka, the Muhamasheen (the marginalized ones).

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President Abdurabu Hadi was recently interviewed by the London-based Arabic newspaper Al-Hayat.

The main focus of the interview with the Iranian involvement in the Yemeni affairs as Hadi said, "Iran is still meddling in Yemen's internal affairs."

Hassan al-Homran, spokesperson for Ansar Allah

"It is up to President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi to ensure that the cease fire is implemented on the ground. So far the central government has failed on every account. "

US Ambassador to Yemen talks to Yemen Post, "There are not hundreds of US forces in Yemen."

Nothing is currently an obstacle in front of the National Dialogue. So as it is now there is nothing going wrong.

Jeremy Scahill - Anwar al-Awlaki explained: from man to terrorist -

Speaking on Democracy Now, Jeremy Scahill explains how Anwar al-Awlaki, the American-born Islamic cleric turned from regular Joe to most wanted terrorist.

Grading the Yemen NDC

Yemenis celebrated the end of the National Dialogue Conference (NDC) with joy and relief, feeling confident that tomorrow could be better. They now await the implementation of the NDC resolutions. 

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Law of the Jungle in Yemen
On Day of Terror Alert: US Drone roam skies of Yemen Capital for first time
Grading President Hadi 1st year in Power: C-
In 2012: 74 US drone strikes resulted in assassination of 74 Yemeni security officials
Raining Drones in Yemen
Grading President Hadi’s 1st Six Month in Power: B+
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The autopsy of a strike

Days after Yemen Defence Minister, Major General Mohammed Nasser Ahmed and several of his aides came back from Washington where they met with US military officials to discuss Yemen’s counter-terror strategy President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi declared war on al-Qaeda with an intensity and violence never witnessed before.

Caught in between a rock and a hard place
How to stabilise Yemen
Sa`ada After Yesterday: Rich History, Modern Challenges
Yemen discusses national security in extraordinary session
Could the Houthis really attempt to take over the Yemeni capital?
Women rights in post-revolution Yemen
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In an unequal world, we need inclusive growth

For a very long time, the rich have known to some extent how the poor around the world live. What’s new in today's world is that the best-kept secret from the poor, namely, how the rich live, is now out. Through the village television, the Internet and hand-held instruments, which a rapidly increasing number of the poor possess, life-styles of the rich and the middle class are transmitted in full color to their homes every day.

Yemenis in Guantanamo Prison Still Going Nowhere – Lawyer
Iran must stay out of Yemeni affairs: analysts
Yemen’s oil and gas resources, a tale of money and politics
Yemen political giant stands on shaky ground
Yemen enters post-NDC phase
Yemen’s perfect storm is forming
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Yemen crude oil export on free fall for February

As Yemenis have once more be made to endure a severe fuel penury and a lengthy electricity blackout following acts of sabotage so severe that the state has been left unable to cope, forced to admit defeat as officials scramble to return civilian life to some form of normality, the Central Bank of Yemen published a report in which it revealed that Yemen’s February crude oil exports “fell to 800,000 barrels from an estimated 2 million in January.”

Technological breakthrough is attributed to Yemeni national
Yemen’s economic outlook remains grim
Officials prepare for Friends of Yemen meeting in London
Investing in Telecommunication Remains Difficult for Yemen Businessmen
Officials deny media reports regarding oil subsidies
The dangers of working in Yemen
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MERS-related death prompt fears of outbreak in Yemen

Amid more reports of MERS-related in Saudi Arabia, where the virus has already claimed over 66 lives, Yemen health officials confirmed on Sunday that a man had passed away in Sana’a after having contracted the deadly viral infection.

Yemen health officials move to fight Schistosomiasis
Self sustaining cardiac surgery program established in USTH
Social Health Insurance in Yemen: The Unpaved Road
Female empowerment through voluntary work in the health sector!
Yemen AIDS program to tackle stigmatization
More Support to Yemeni Patients and Health Sector; GSK Launches Access to Medicine Program
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Yemen Analysis: On Turkey Fallout and Advances of Iran

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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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Tanzanian man arrested in Yemen for drug trafficking: Could face death penalty
Yemen says 7 Germans kidnapped in the north
Yemen wants Saudis to block cash for separatists
Deadly protests rock Yemen's south
Yemeni president pledges reforms after violence in southern areas
Bomb kills Yemeni in southern clashes
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Music for Storms

Lights that were suddenly switched on. Sweat and blended. A raindrop glistened. Their voices were full of green geometric terraces.

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Press Release Doha Centre for Media Freedom
Gaza 'war crimes' hearing under way
'Jewish state' recognition urged
Israel urges 'disarmed Palestine'
Silatech, British Council and Qatari Students Network hold two-day Youth Summit in Partnership with QSN and British Council
Muslims want tangible change on Mideast from Obama
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The Indian Ocean and the Secrets of the Deep

Today the Indian Ocean region has emerged as political, economic and strategic power base set to transform the face of global economy.

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Press Release: The Yemeni American Public Affairs Council YAPAC
US-Backed Terrorists Murder US Ambassador in Libya
Addressing the Challenges To Transform The HIV-TB Response
Denmark’s EU Presidency: At work for growth in Europe

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