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LATEST UPDATES Five terrorists killed as Yemen army repels attack in Hadramout :: Freedom Foundation Condemns Attacks, Threats on Media in Amran and Sana’a By Armed Groups & Government :: Dozens killed in Fierce Clashes between Al-Jawf Tribesmen and Houthis :: UN Security Council condemns Houthis :: Transition at stake as Benomar warns "Yemen is in the most worrying situation" :: Hadi calls for media code of ethics in Yemen :: Battles continue with pro-government fighters and Houthis in Jawf :: YDF targeted 100 orphans in Sanaa :: GCC Foreign Ministers to discuss developments in Yemen Saturday :: Violent Clashes Between Houthis and Al-Jawf Tribesmen in northern Yemen ::
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Five terrorists killed as Yemen army repels attack in Hadramout

The Yemeni armed forces thwarted on Saturday an attack by militants from the Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) against a military camp in the eastern governorate of Hadramout, military sources said.

 

Freedom Foundation Condemns Attacks, Threats on Media in Amran and Sana’a By Armed Groups & Government

Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development Condemned attacks and threats on journalists in Amran, Aden provinces and in the capital, Sana’a, where the cameraman of the government media office in Amran Abdullah Qawza’a was detained

 

Dozens killed in Fierce Clashes between Al-Jawf Tribesmen and Houthis

At least eight troops and pro-government tribal fighters were killed and ten others were wound in fierce clashes with the Houthi armed groups during the past two days in the provinces of Al-Jawf and Marib, northeast of Yemen, local official said today.

 

UN Security Council condemns Houthis

A UN Security Council resolution on Yemen condemned the Houthi movement-"Ansar Allah" on their attempt to undermine the safe transition of power in the Yemen.

 

Transition at stake as Benomar warns "Yemen is in the most worrying situation"

The UN Special Adviser on Yemen Jamal Benomar left the capital city of Sanaa on Wednesday while warning that the country is passing through the most worrying situation since it started the power transition. 

 

Hadi calls for media code of ethics in Yemen

Yemen's Transition President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi has called for a code of ethics for the country's media in an effort to enable media to serve the national interest during this crucial turning point.

 

Battles continue with pro-government fighters and Houthis in Jawf

Fierce battles continued between tribal pro-government fighters and Houthi militants in Yemen's Jawf governorate on Thursday coinciding with continued escalation by Houthis inside and on the outskirts of the capital city of Sanaa.  

 

YDF targeted 100 orphans in Sanaa

Under slogan "Peace for children and back to school", YDF in partnership with Al-Jeel Al-Jadeed Group organized an awareness cultural event on "Education in the dialogue outcomes" at the tent of supporting the transition period in Al-Sabaeen Park in Sana'a.

 

 

Violent Clashes Between Houthis and Al-Jawf Tribesmen in northern Yemen

Exchange of artillery shells and rockets broke out yet again in the northern Al-Jawf province between Houthi fighters based in Al-Ghail district and the tribesmen in Al-Kubra district.

 

 

Houthis Broke all deals, Hadi Says

The Houthis went against their promise when they pledged not to attack Amran province at a time when the army was engaged in confrontations against al-Qaeda in Abyan and Shabwa, and repeatedly they revoked many deals with them easily, President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi said during a meeting with top government officials.

 

UN Envoy says Yemen passes through "most disturbing situation" as he ends visit

The UN Special Adviser on Yemen Jamal Benomar said on Wednesday the current situation is the most disturbing since the country started the power transition in early 2012.

 

Pilot dies after Yemeni warplane crashes

A Yemeni warplane crashed in Taiz governorate on Wednesday killing the pilot onboard, the latest in a series of suspicious accidents by Yemeni warplanes since the 2011's unrest, military sources said.

 

Hadi attacks rebels as Houthi threatens of hardest escalation in capital

Yemen's Transition President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi on Wednesday accused the Houthi Group of breaking its promise and attacked Amran governorate taking advantage of the offensive against AQAP militants, state media reported.

 

Yemen receives two Bagram prisoners: HOOD

National Organization for Defending Rights and Freedoms (HOOD) said the Yemeni government received on Tuesday two nationals who had been detained in the US Bagram Prison in Afghanistan.

 

Violent Clashes Between Al-Jawf tribes and Houthis

Violent clashes using heavy and medium weapons continued on Tuesday between tribes supporting the army and the Houthis in two different areas in Al-Jawf province, north of Yemen, local source spoke to media.

 

Hadi says ending protests will pave way for productive talks on rebel demands

Yemen's Transition President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi called on the Houthi Group on Tuesday to remove all tents and end their protests before any dialog over their demands begins.

 

Yemen tries saboteurs amid repeated attacks on crude pipeline

Yemen opened on Tuesday a trial for fourteen suspects accused of attacking a key crude export pipeline. The fourteen are facing charges of sabotaging the Marib oil pipeline in the Al Shabwan district, Marib governorate, in 2011.

 

Houthi releases Demands as Security Intensifies in Yemen capital

Houthis demands were publicly announced one day after the announcement of the unsuccessful negotiation between the Yemeni government and Houthis undertaken by the presidential delegation to negotiate with Houthis.

 

US diplomat says armed groups posing serious threat to Yemen's stability

US acting ambassador to Yemen Karen Sasahara said on Monday that armed and militant groups are posing a really serious threat to Yemen's stability and security since they are destroying the efforts to build a modern state and hindering the transition process.

 

Hadi calls for comprehensive weekend meeting to address Houthi militants' threats

Yemen's Transition President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi on Monday called for a comprehensive national meeting by weekend to agree on how to face the threats of the Houthi Group to the government and the country.

 

Houthis replies to Presidency as Socialist Party reveals initiative to resolve crisis

Yemen's Transition President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi has received a reply from leader of the Shiite Houthi Group over his proposed solution to the current crisis, Houthi sources said on Monday.

 

Yemeni Military on Full Alert after No Agreement with Houthis

After an attempt of conciliation resulted in failure between the Yemeni government and Houthis led by a presidential delegation, President Abdo Rabu Mansour Hadi today prompted military and security forces to stay alert to the possibility of any act of violence in the Capital Sana'a by Houthis.

 

GCC concerned about Yemen, say Houthi 'tool to serve regional interests' –Saudi paper

The Gulf Cooperation Council's countries are concerned about the situation in Yemen and are working to help their neighbor to overcome all challenges mainly terrorism and groups involved in it, a Saudi newspaper said Sunday.

 

7th Sanaa Summer Festival kicks off with participation of Arab countries

Yemen launched on Sunday the seventh Sanaa Summer Festival in the capital city of Sanaa where massive pro- and anti-government protests continued.

 

Massive 'popular alignment demonstrations' in Yemen capital amid concern of Houthi escalation

Massive demonstrations were held Sunday in Yemen's capital city of Sanaa in support of the government and to denounce the acts of the Houthi rebels.

 

Presidency, Houthi rebels reach agreement as demonstrations continue in capital

Yemen's Presidency and the Houthi Group have reached an agreement as part of the effort to contain the escalation by the Houthi rebels inside and outside the capital city of Sanaa, state media reported on Saturday.

 

Yemen's crude pipeline shut down after blast

Tribal saboteurs bombed on Saturday Yemen's Marib oil pipeline, the latest attack in a series of acts of sabotage targeting the country's oil and gas pipelines since 2011, a Yemeni official said.

 

Senior military officer was killed today in a car bomb explosion likely planted in his car by al-Qaeda operators in Aden.

A bomb exploded in the car of brigadier general Ahmed Mohammed Saleh Al-Ameri while he was driving in a street behind the Central Prison Facility in Al-Mansora district-Aden, which led to serious injuries on him and his son who was in his company in the same car, a security source said today.

 

Senior military officer was killed today in a car bomb explosion likely planted in his car by al-Qaeda operators in Aden.

A bomb exploded in the car of brigadier general Ahmed Mohammed Saleh Al-Ameri while he was driving in a street behind the Central Prison Facility in Al-Mansora district-Aden, which led to serious injuries on him and his son who was in his company in the same car, a security source said today.

 

Negotiations Fail between Presidency and Houthis

Yemen's Presidency and the Houthi Group failed to reach an agreement as part of the effort to contain the escalation by the Houthi rebels inside and outside the capital city of Sanaa, state media reported on Saturday.

 

Senior Military Officer killed in South Yemen Car-bomb Explosion

A senior military officer was killed today in a car bomb explosion likely planted in his car by al-Qaeda operators in Yemen's southern province of Aden.

 

UN Envoy Worried on the Current Houthi Escalation in Yemen

The envoy of the UN Secretary-General to Yemen Jamal Benomar expressed his worries on the Houthi escalation during meetings he held with President Abdurabu Mansour Hadi and leaders of political parties since Wednesday.

 

Houthi rebels to launch 2nd stage of protest as leader warns of attacks

Leader of the Houthi Group Abdulmalik Al-Houthi said Thursday his followers will continue their peaceful protests until their clear demands are met.

 

Hadi calls Military and Security Forces to Defend Sana'a, the Capital

Yemeni President, Abdurabu Mansour Hadi chaired today in Sana'a an urgent and extraordinary meeting with the High Security Committee (HSC) and the National Defense Council (NDC) concerning the latest escalation of Houthi's attempt to fail the political process in Yemen.

 

Presidential committee in Saada as party reveals initiative to resolve Yemen crisis

The new presidential committee tasked with negotiations with leaders of the Houthi Group arrived on Thursday in Saada to start talks on easing tensions in Yemen's capital city of Sanaa.

 

Yemen: 2500 precious manuscripts smuggled into Israel in past five decades

The Heritage and Researches Center in Taiz governorate has revealed that around 2500 ancient manuscripts have been smuggled from Yemen to Israel in the past five decades.

 

Yemen President intensifies meeting with aides, formes new committee on Saada

Yemen's Transition President Abdrabu Mansour Hadi ordered to put the army on high alert as he met with his aides and government for the second successive day to discuss the latest developments including escalation of the Houthi rebels.

 

Britain first EU country to advise nationals to leave Yemen

Britain urged on Wednesday its citizens to leave Yemen as soon as possible while issuing a travel alert for other citizens not to head for Yemen at the moment.

 

Hadi vows strict measures to punish those attempting to destabilize Yemen

Yemen's Transition President Abdrabu Mansour Hadi vowed on Tuesday to take strict measures against those attempting to destabilize the country and harm its security.

 

G10 Ambassadors in Yemen Demand Houthi to Respect law

Ambassadors of the group ten countries sponsoring the Gulf Cooperation Council initiative (GCC) in Yemen sent a letter to the Houthi Commander, Abdulmalik Al-Houthi, commenting on his recent call for demonstrations and sit-ins to topple the Yemeni Reconciliation Government.

 

Yemen forces on high alert as militants rally on outskirts of capital

Yemen's armed forces were put on high alert on Tuesday including the 4th Armored Brigade stationed in the capital Sanaa at a time when the Houthi Group is rallying its militants to hold mass demonstrations and challenge the government.

 

MP Hamid Al-Ahmer, Benomar discuss political developments in Yemen

Member of Yemen's Parliament Sheikh Hamid Al-Ahmer met on Monday with the UN Specia Advisor on Yemen Jamal Benomar. The meeting was dedicated to discussing the latest developments in the country and steps taken to implement the outcomes of the comprehensive national dialogue conference.

 

IFJ calls for urgent measures to protect Yemeni Journalists

The International Federation of Journalists called on the Yemeni authorities on Monday to protect journalists after a TV producer was killed and an attempted murder of a TV director.

 

National Authority for Monitoring the implementation of NDC Outcomes Working groups Resume Work

Three working groups that emerged from National Authority for Monitoring the implementation of NDC Outcomes resumed its work today in Sana'a in the preparation of a primarily documents on the Authority's internal bylaws and action plan, the draft national lineup and the Code of Honor.

 

Houthis seek next Islamic Revolution in Yemen 35 years after Irans revolution

Forces were deployed to the streets of Yemen's capital city of Sanaa as the Houth Group ordered its militants to hold mass demonstrations in it and other cities to demand canceling a recently approved oil subsidy reform.

 

Military Breaks up Al-Qaeda-Linked Terror Cell in Hadramout

Four members of Al-Qaeda were killed and five others were taken under custody late yesterday evening when a military unit broke up a terror cell linked to al-Qaeda Organization in al-Qaten city of Hadramout southeast of Yemen, a military source in charge of the First Military Unit said today morning.

 

Houthi Group plans large protest tents, armed struggle near Yemen capital

The Houthi Group plans to pitch tents for protest and start armed struggle at the entracnes leading to Yemen's capital city fo Sanaa, Alahale reported on Sunday quoted well-informed sources.

 

New presidential committee formed to end conflict in Jawf in Yemen

A new presidential committee has been formed to put an end to the conflict in Jawf governorate in northeastern Yemen days after the first committee quit due to violating the ceasefire by Houthi militants.

 

Al-Qaeda in Yemen calls for targeting United States

Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula called for targeting the United States after the U.S. launched air strikes in Iraq against Islamist militants belonging to the organization of the Islamic state.

 

Over 7000 People Displaced in Al-Jawf, UN Says

More than seven thousand Yemenis have been displaced during the last few days by clashes between Houthi fighters and tribesmen in al-Jawf province north of the country, Mr. Farhan Haq, the UN spokesperson reported.

 

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