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LATEST UPDATES Yemen Socialist, Nasserite Parties set conditions for participation in new government :: Yemen to include Houthi militants in police departments :: Yemeni factions agree to form government of technocrats, no more quotas :: Yemen arrests leader, four members of AQAP :: Yemen launches first conference on anti-juvenile death penalty :: Yemen officials & businessmen owe $500 million in electricity fees :: Total’s Board of Directors pays homage to Christophe de Margerie; organizes Group’s new governance :: UN Adviser Jamal Benomar urges acceleration of new Yemen government :: Presidency denies reports on deals for sovereign portfolios :: Tribes regain parts of Manaseh after battles with Houthi militants ::
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Yemeni factions agree to form government of technocrats, no more quotas

Yemeni factions which signed in September a peace and national partnership agreement on Wednesday agreed to form a new government on the basis of technocrats selection not equal quotas. 

 

Yemen arrests leader, four members of AQAP

The Yemeni authorities seized a leader and four operatives of the Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the Defense Ministry reported on its website. 

 

Yemen launches first conference on anti-juvenile death penalty

The first national anti-juvenile death penalty conference kicked off Wednesday in Yemen's capital city of Sanaa. 

 

Yemen Socialist, Nasserite Parties set conditions for participation in new government

The Yemen Socialist Party and the Nasserite Unionist People's Organisation have set conditions for their participation in the new government in Yemen.

 

Yemen to include Houthi militants in police departments

Yemen's Interior Ministry plans to include Houthi militants within the security forces and police department in coming days, a security official said on Tuesday. 

 

Yemen officials & businessmen owe $500 million in electricity fees

Minister of Electricity and Energy Abdullah Al-Akwa said the debt of senior Yemeni subscribers to the public electricity corporation is more than $500 million. 

 

UN Adviser Jamal Benomar urges acceleration of new Yemen government

The UN Special Adviser Jamal Benomar has held talks with Yemeni officials, leaders of political groups and diplomats in an effort to accelerate the formation of the new government. 

 

Presidency denies reports on deals for sovereign portfolios

Yemen's presidency denied on Monday media reports that about deals on ministers for defense and interior, the state Saba agency reported. 

 

Tribes regain parts of Manaseh after battles with Houthi militants

Local tribes with support of suspected Al Qaeda militants regained parts of the Manaseh area in Yemen's central province of Baidha, a day after it was seized by Houthi militants, local security sources said. 

 

Battles between AQAP, Houthi militants continue in central Yemen

Battles between militants from AQAP and the Houthi Group continued on Monday in Yemen's central governorate of Baidha after Houthis took over the stronghold of AQAP. 

 

Houthis inspect US Embassy packages

The Houthi popular committees stationed at Sanaa International Airport searched boxes belonging to the US embassy in Yemen and denied entry of at least one of the packages, Houthi sources at the airport told Yemen Post. 

 

Press Release: U.S. Embassy Presents Yemen Customs Authority with Inspection Equipment

On Thursday, October 23, representatives of the U.S. Embassy presented officials from the Yemen Customs Authority with 9 CT-30 contraband inspection kits, 40 personal radiation detector pagers (PRDs), 15 personal radiation detector pagers (Mini Rad-D), and 3 density meter kits.

 

Yemen to release 64 Egyptian fishermen

Yemen has agreed to release dozens of Egyptian fishermen who had been arrested after they were illegally fishing in Yemeni territorial waters, a statement by the Foreign Ministry said.

 

Militants break into Yemen Interior Ministry, shut office

Houthi militants broke into Yemen's Interior Ministry in downtown the capital city of Sanaa on Wednesday and shut down the office of Deputy Minister for Financial Affairs, a security source said.

 

Houthi Militant Group rejects participation in Yemen government

The Houthi Militant Group announced its rejection to participate in the new government in Yemen on Wednesday coinciding with calls by the caretaker government to accelerate the formation of a new government. 

 

Reports reveal deal to seize cities as Security Council prepares for Yemen sanctions

Son of the former Yemeni president Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh had signed a secret deal with the Iran-backed Houthi Militant Group in Rome months ago to invade and seize Yemeni cities, media reports said on Tuesday.

 

Houthi militants attack checkpoint killing officer, soliders in central Yemen

A Yemeni military officer and three soldiers were killed when Houthi militants attacked a security checkpoint in the central governorate of Baidha on Tuesday.

 

JMP: No government participation if factions not equally represented in Yemen

The Joint Meeting Parties (JMP) have threatened that they will not participate in the new government in Yemen in case the quotas of factions which signed the peace and national partnership agreement were manipulated. 

 

Yemeni factions to hold Brussels conference to salvage transition accomplishments

Yemeni factions will hold a reconciliation and transitional justice conference in Brussels in October in an effort to salvage the accomplishments Yemen has achieved under the Gulf Initiative for Power Transition.

 

Dozens of Houthi killed in two days in AQAP Yemen stronghold

Dozens of Houthis were killed, injured and arrested as violence intensified on Monday in Yemen's central city of Baidha where militants from the Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and the Zaidi Houthi Group continued to fight.

 

Situation remains tense in Yemen Ibb city

The mediation committee on ending violence in Yemen's Ibb city on Monday assigned the provincial security committee to intervene and help put an end to the battles between militants from the Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and the Houthi Group.

 

New Saudi envoy reveals aid to Yemen as kingdom warns of threats

New Saudi Ambassador to Yemen Mohammed Saeed Al Jabir said on Monday that his country had given $450 million in aid to Yemen in last July.

 

Houthi militants committed 52 violations against media in month, Foundation says

Freedom Foundation has documented many violations against local and international media during the first month of Houthi militants' occupation of Yemen's capital city of Sanaa.

 

At least 20 Houthis killed in clashes, car bomb in AQAP stronghold

At least 20 Houthi militants were killed in clashes and a car bomb by militants from Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in Yemen's central Baidha city on Monday, a local security source said.

 

Yemenis give Houthi militants 48 hours to leave port city of Hodeida

Yemeni citizens in the western port city of Hodeida have given Houthi militants a 48-hour deadline to leave the city as they continued to protest against presence of armed militants in the city.

 

Battles between tribes, Houthi militants erupt in central Yemen

Tribes in Yemen's Ibb province fiercely fought Houthi militants on Friday as the latter are trying to expand their influence in central and southern regions following the capture of cities in the far north including the capital Sanaa.

 

Fierce battles between AQAP, Houthi militants continue in Yemen

Fierce battles between Al-Qaeda and Houthi militants erupted in Yemen's Baidha province on Thursday, local sources told the Yemen Post.

 

Militants smoothly expand presence in Yemen

Houthi militants on Wednesday seized Yemen's central city of Ibb as they continued to take advantage of the situation to expand their influence.

 

Military officer shot dead in first targeted killing after fall of capital to militants

A military officer was shot dead in Yemen's capital Sanaa on Wednesday in the first targeted killing since the Zaidi Houthi Militants seized the city in September.

 

Zaidi, AQAP militants fight as Iran-backed Houthis continue to extend presence in Yemen

Houthi militants arrived on Wednesday Baidha province and started clashes with militants from the Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) coinciding as Houthis continued to expand their presence in central and southern Yemen.

 

Security Council concerned over transition as militants seize one more city in Yemen

Houthis militants have seized the western port city of Hodeida where Yemen's key seaport and oil export terminal are based in a move that has raised fears about the fate of the transition process.

 

Press Release: UN missed opportunity to avert violence in Yemen

As Houthi rebels continue to exert their control over Sanaa, Yemen, a new report from the Overseas Development Institute – the UK’s leading think tank on development aid – reveals that the United Nations failed to address the brewing conflict between the Houthis and the central government which lies behind the current escalation of violence.

 

 

Yemen in intensive talks with donors in Washington

Senior officials have met with officials from the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and other donor organizations in the US capital of Washington and discussed progress on economic reforms in Yemen.

 

Houthis seize military base, loot weapons and ammunitions in western Yemen

Houthi militants seized on Monday a military base and looted its weapons and ammunitions in Yemen's western port city of Hodeida where large numbers of militants have arrived in recent weeks.

 

Militants to end Yemen protests after a new premier named

Houthi militants will remove their protest tents from inside Yemen's capital city of Sanaa in two days, a Houthi leader said on Monday after a new prime minister was named by transition president and welcomed by the Houthi Group.

 

Bio of Yemen's Newly Appointed Prime Minister

A few days after Yemen’s Prime Minster designate Ahmed Awadh Bin Mubarak turned down the appointment for political reasons, earlier today President Hadi appointed, Yemen’s Permanent Representative of Yemen to the United Nations, Khaled Mahfoodh Abdulla Bahah, to be the next Prime Minister of the Republic of Yemen.

 

Houthi reveals capital's fall occurred with support from government, embassies

The Militant Houthi Group seized Yemen's capital city of Sanaa with support from military and security commanders and foreign embassies in the country, Mohammed Abdulsalam, the group's official spokesperson, has told media.

 

Network warns of deteriorating humanitarian situation in Jawf, Marib

Humanitarian situation in Yemen's northeastern governorates of Jawf and Marib is worsening amid continued battles between the armed forces and Houthi militants, a network of youths known as the Shahed Initiative, has revealed.

 

More Houthi militants dispatched to Yemen capital amid Shiite Eid celebrations

The Zaidi Houthi Group has dispatched more of its militants to the streets of Yemen's capital city of Sanaa in what appeared to be a move aimed at securing the annual celebrations of the Eid Al-Ghadeer.

 

Newly appointed PM in Yemen asks be relieved

Yemen's Transition President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi has accepted a request from the newly picked prime minister Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak to relieve him from the post and the responsiblity to form a new government, state media reported.

 

Scores dead after bombings against Houthi militants, soldiers in Yemen

Scores of Houthi militants were killed and injured when an Al-Qaeda suicide bomber targeted a Houthi rally in downtown Yemen's capital city of Sanaa on Thursday.

 

We reject the newly announced PM, says Houthi leader, Ali Bukaiti

Ali Bukaiti, A top Ansarullah leader and member of the Houthi political council said the Houthis reject the newly announced Yemen Prime Minister Ahmed Ben Mubarak saying political factions did not agree on his. He called for protests to continue. 

 

 

Top Houthi official: New Yemen PM represents Hadi

A top Ansarullah (Houthi) official told the Yemen Post that the newly announced prime minister of Yemen was the decision of Yemen President Abdurabu Hadi and his candidate. The Houthi official stressed they did not suggest or reccomend Ben Mubarak, though they do not plan to oppose the presidents decision. 

 

Bio: President Hadi's Chief of Staff named Yemen's New Prime Minister

Bio: Dr. Ahmed Awad Bin Mubarak: Chief of Staff of the Presidential Office, and the Secretary General of the National Dialogue holds an MBA and PhD in Business Administration from Baghdad University.

 

Minister says situation at Sanaa airport stable, flights resume

Yemen's Transport Minister Waed Bathib said on Wednesday that most of airlines companies have resumed flights into and from the capital city of Sanaa while urging those which have not resumed flights to restart.

 

Son dies as bomb explodes in Yemen intelligence officer's car

Unknown attackers placed an explosive device inside the car of a Yemeni military intelligence officer in the port city of Aden which was detonated killing the son of the officer, state media reported on Wednesday.

 

Houthi militants prevent students from study as they reject to evacuate schools in Yemen capital- organization

Houthis militants prevented Yemeni students from entering schools on Monday as they continued to occupy schools since they captured the capital city of Sanaa more than a week ago, a local organization said on Tuesday.

 

Minister reveals that Houthis captured Sanaa with support from former regime

Yemen's Foreign Minister Jamal Al-Salal has revealed that the Houthi Group seized the capital city of Sanaa after receiving political and logistical support from the former regime.

 

Yemen protest against presence of Houthi militants continues in capital

Hundreds of Yemeni people led by young activists continued on Tuesday their protest against the presence of Houthi militias inside the capital city of Sanaa.

 

Yemeni government affirms commitment to peace deal terms

Yemeni government affirmed on Monday that it is committed to the implementation of its side terms in a peace and national partnership agreement which was signed last week.

 

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