Advertise   Subscribe Contact Yemen Post
 
About Us   Our Mission Terms & Services
Yemen Post Newspaper Logo  
Editor Picture By 2015, closed door meetings for Yemen President Abdurabu Hadi will be limited.... Foreign embassy searches not ruled out....Foreign censorship halted..... Yemenis linked with foreign intelligence hunted for.  
Hakim Almasmari  
 Publisher & Editor in Chief   
  Email the Editor
Advanced Search
HOME EDITORIAL LOCAL INTERVIEW REPORT POLITICS BUSINESS HEALTH YEMEN IN THE NEWS MIDDLE EAST INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVE
LATEST UPDATES Airstrikes target weapon depots in Yemen capital :: Riyadh conference on Yemen concludes :: Yemen conference to be held in Geneva May 28 :: Airstrikes resumed after short Yemen ceasefire :: Dozens killed in continious Yemen violence :: UN action urged as Riyadh Yemen conference kicks off :: More stranded arrive in Yemen :: 1.700 killed, 7.000 injured in Yemen violence :: Power likely back in Yemen in days :: Unesco condemns attacks on Yemen heritage ::
BREAKING NEWS
z
LOCAL
Last updated: 11:58:34 PM GMT(+03) Wednesday, 26, December, 2012
 
 

Body of Yemeni Officer Found after Weeks-Long Disappearance

 
*
 Yemen Post Staff

Yemeni authorities found on Wednesday the body of a security officer who was kidnapped weeks ago in Hadramout province, sources told Yemen Post.
The sources quoted security sources as saying the body was discovered in the Sayoon city and that torture traces and four bullets were found on it.
"The body was of the deputy security director and traffic director in the Qatan district Major. Alnomairi Abdul Oudi," it quoted medical sources at the Sayoon hospital.
The major was abducted on November 29 while leaving mosque after the dawn prayers, but those responsible have not been identified yet, according to two sources.
Tens of Yemeni security and military officers, mostly intelligence detectives, have been assassinated in the past few months in main cities including the capital Sanaa, Aden and Hadramout.
Two days ago, two officers including a general from the defense minister were shot dead by assassins who were on motorbikes in downtown Sanaa.
Most of the killings have been blamed on Al-Qaeda which has received devastated blows since the army drove its militants out of their strongholds in Abyan and Shabwa earlier this year.
US drones have contributed much to targeting key Al-Qaeda operatives including wanted leaders, mostly in southern and southeastern regions.

 

 

 

 


Yemen Post Staff
*
Source: Yemen Post Newspaper
 
 
MORE LOCAL
 
Airstrikes target weapon depots in Yemen capital
Riyadh conference on Yemen concludes
Yemen conference to be held in Geneva May 28
Airstrikes resumed after short Yemen ceasefire
Dozens killed in continious Yemen violence
UN action urged as Riyadh Yemen conference kicks off
More stranded arrive in Yemen
1.700 killed, 7.000 injured in Yemen violence
Power likely back in Yemen in days
Unesco condemns attacks on Yemen heritage
 
 
Comments
 
Leave a Comment
Comment will be published once it has been approved by our moderators.
Name:
Title:
Comment:

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Yemen Post may edit comments for length and clarity but will not change the tone of the message. Comments will only be accepted if all fields (including name) are filled correctly and the message isn't abusive, defamatory or offensive. All comments sent may be forwarded for use in the Yemen Post newspaper.
Article Tools
Email this Article Email this article
Print Friendly Version Print Freinedly Version
Email this Article Email the Editor
 
Most popular
 Airstrikes target weapon depots in Yemen capital
 Riyadh conference on Yemen concludes
 Yemen conference to be held in Geneva May 28
 Airstrikes resumed after short Yemen ceasefire
 Dozens killed in continious Yemen violence
 UN action urged as Riyadh Yemen conference kicks off
 
Services
  Letters to the Editor
  Dear President
  Advertise
  Subscribe
  Submit Your Articles
  Classified
  Readers' Letters
 

Sabafon

 
Quick poll
Do you think President Hadi is building the base to rule Yemen for many years?

VOTE  OR SEE POLL RESULTS
 

   
   
   
© Yemen Post. All Rights Reserved 2007- 2015    

 Designed and developed by
  HyperLink