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UN calls for immediate ceasefire in Yemen
The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has urged all factions to cease fire days after the UN special envoy to Yemen Jamal Benomar quit his mission.
 

Al-Qaeda seizes ports amid Yemen unrest
Al-Qaeda has seized an oil export terminal and an airport in eastern Yemen raising concerns about the future of the country.
 

Deal reached after clashes in Taiz
A deal was reached in Yemen's southern city of Taiz calling for removing all recent checkpoints especially those which set up by Houthi militants.
 

Security Council approves Yemen resolution
The UN Security Council passed a new resolution on Yemen backing the Arab effort to back legitimacy and stabilize the country.
 

Yemen LNG declares force majeure
Yemen LNG declared Force Majeure on Tuesday citing deteriorating security situation near its Balhaf Liquefaction Plant.
 

Energy projects halted in Yemen
Oil companies have suspended their operations in Yemen amid unrest that has affected exports, officials said.
 

Houthis reject decree for Vice President
Houthi militants have rejected a decree by President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi appointing prime minister Khalid Bahah as Vice President.
 

Arab coalition continues raids in Yemen
The Arab coalition continued to target bases, positions and weapons controlled by the Houthi militants and dissident forces in Yemen the past two days.
 

Houthis launch Marib battle amid continued unrest
Fierce battles broke out Sunday between local tribes in Marib and Houthi militants amid ongoing unrest in Yemen.
 

Tens killed as Yemen violence widens
Tens of Houthi militants were killed in fierce battles with tribes in Shabwa province in southeastern Yemen, local sources said on Wednesday.
 

Arab coalition targets headquarters of Yemen militants
Arab jets targeted on Wednesday the headquarters of the Houthi militant group in north of Yemen's capital city of Sanaa a day after conducting an airstrike in the hometown of ex-president.
 

Militants intensify attacks in South Yemen
Houthi militants with support from forcse loyal to ex-president intensified mortar attacks on populated areas, houses and popular resistance fighters in south Yemen on Wednesday.
 

Relief ship on way to Yemen
A ship carrying humanitarian and medical aid is on its way to Yemen's port city of Aden where the situation has fast deteriorated due to conflict in recent weeks.
 

Center estimates Yemen economic losses at $1 billion
Yemen's economic losses have been estimated at $1 billion since Arab countries launched a military operation against militants and dissident forces loyal to ex-president, a local studies center reported.
 

Acute fuel shortages in Yemen
Long queues of cars have been seen at fuel stations in Yemen's capital Sanaa in the past few days amid acute fuel shortages.
 

Thousands of fighters on standby to face Houthis in Marib
Tribes in Marib have mobilized thousands of fighters and armoured cars to fight Houthi militants and dissident forces loyal to ex-president.
 

Thousands of fighters on standby to face Houthis in Marib
Tribes in Marib have mobilized thousands of fighters and armoured cars to fight Houthi militants and dissident forces loyal to ex-president.
 

Military tanks deployed in Taiz
Military tanks and forces were deployed into key streets in Yemen's southern city of Taiz as dissident forces loyal to ex-president and Houthi militants are continuing battles on several fronts.
 

Hadi fires senior Yemeni officials
Yemen's president Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi fired senior military and security officials accused of implementing orders from ex-president and leader of Houthi militants.
 

Houthis arrest tens of Yemen party
The Houthi militant group has dissolved the Islah Party and arrested tens of its leaders and members. The move came after the party announced its support to the Arab military operation against Houthi militants and dissident forces backing them.
 

Battles continue in south Yemen
Fierce battles erupted between local popular committees and Houthi militants in Yemen's port city of Aden on Sunday, members of committees said.
 

Online Service to Provide Job Opportunities for Ordinary Yemenis
In Yemen society; people lives difficult situation some either political or economic, from the economical side; there are a lot of marginalized people filling the public streets and intersections don’t have their daily sustenance, patiently waiting for someone asks them that there are non-permanent jobs to finish it within few days to get wages. And those simple people are (plumber, welder, painter, electrical engineer, builder, farmer and etc.).
 

Yemeni students hold anti-Houthi sit-in at campus
Yemeni students on Sunday held a sit-in within the campus of Sanaa University to demand Houthi militants leave cities and condemn illegal Houthi acts including crackdown on peaceful protests.
 

South withdraws from talks as GCC warns of presidential council
The Southern Movement, Harak, has withdrawn from the UN-backed talks between Yemeni factions.
 

Yemeni socialist party puts forward proposal to end crisis
The Yemeni Socialist Party has put forward a proposal based on its own views to end the current political crisis and address the constitutional vacuum after the transition president and government resigned.
 

Transition unravels and Yemen could suffer Libyan-style violent conflict-Group warns
The transition process in Yemen has failed and the stakes of instability are high now, the International Crisis Group has said in a recent report on Yemen, while warning the country will face territorial fragmentation, economic collapse and widespread violence if a compromise not reached.
 

Talks to end Yemen crisis continue amid unrest
UN-backed talks between Yemeni factions are continuing in the capital city of Sanaa in an effort to put an end to the constitutional vacuum.
 

Demonstrations continue as Houthi leader call for meeting in Yemen
Demonstrations continued on Wednesday for the sixth successive day in Yemen to condemn the Houthi coup against the legitimacy of the transition president and government.
 

Yemenis close to deal to end deadlock
Yemeni factions including the Houthi militant group are close to reach a deal to end the current deadlock, well-informed sources said on Tuesday.
 

Security Council meets on Yemen
The UN Security Council discussed on Monday the latest developments in Yemen at a time when the UN envoy Jamal Benomar is still meeting with factions in Sanaa to end the deadlock.
 

Qaeda attack kills two troops in South Yemen
Suspected Al-Qaeda militants targeted a military base in eastern Yemeni kiting two soldiers and injuring five others, officials said on Monday.
 

Yemen president Hadi resigns
Yemen's transition president Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi and Prime Minister Khalid Bahah are said to have resigned on Thursday.
 

Hadramout ports shut down after Yemen coup
The authorities shut down the seaports, airports and land ports in Yemen's eastern province of Hadramout, hours after the Aden ports reopened on Thursday.
 

2, dead, 6 injured as Houthis inch toward Marib
At least two tribesmen were killed and six others injured on Thursday after Houthi militants opened fire on a pick-up carrying people from Yemen's Marib province.
 

Tahama region joins others, no longer receives orders from Sanaa
One more of Yemen's controversial federal regions has announced it no longer receives orders from the central government in the capital city of Sanaa after the transition government resigned on Houthi coup.
 

Houthi militants assault, kidnap Yemen activists, protesters
Houthi militants some in security uniform intercepted a demonstration against Houthi coup and violations in Yemen's capital city of Sanaa and attacked protesters.
 

Yemen's House fails to convene on resignation of president
The House of Representatives failed to meet on the resignation of Yemen's transition president Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi on Sunday.
 

UN Envoy Jamal Benomar arrives in Yemen
UN Special Adviser on Yemen Jamal Benomar arrived on Thursday in Yemen amid increasing tensions after the Houthi coup.
 

Security Council meets on Yemen developments
he Security Council will hold on Tuesday a meeting on the latest developments in Yemen amid reports president Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi has been flown by helicopter to an unknown place.
 

Yemen presidency announces ceasefire in capital
The presidency in Yemen announced on Monday a ceasefire to the clashes between the forces and Houthi militants.
 

Yemen forces fight Houthi militants at presidency palace
Huge explosions rocked Yemen's capital city of Sanaa as the forces clashed with Houthi militants near the presidential palace.
 

Yemen tense as Houthi militants still abducting presidency official
The situation in Yemen became further tense on Sunday as the Houthi Militant Group refused to release an official from the presidency.
 

Yemen arrests two AQAP Frenchmen
Yemen has arrested two Frenchmen in connection with links with AQAP, said Mohammed Al-Ahmadi, Chief of the National Security Apparatus.
 

Tribes give Houthi militants 24 hours to release Yemeni official
Tribes and social dignitaries have gathered in South Yemen and urged the Houthi Militant Group to release Director of transition president's office Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak.
 

Suspected Houthi militants abduct presidency official in Yemen
Director of the office of Yemen's transition president, Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, was abducted on Saturday amid escalating tensions between the presidency and the Houthi Militant Group.
 

Yemen slams aggressive media campaign after Paris attack
Yemen's transition president Abdu Rabbu Mansour criticized aggressive media campaign against Yemen after the Paris attack, state media reported on Thursday.
 

AQAP claims Paris attack
The Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) claimed responsibility for the attack on the French Newspaper Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday and threatened more attacks in response to those who offend Islam.
 

Hadi: Yemen suffers from terrorism not exports it
Transition president Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi has said Yemen receives and suffers from terrorism not exports it to other countries.
 

Committee on Marib, Jawf starts mission
The Committee on Marib and Jawf arrived Tuesday night in Marib governorate in a bid to deescalate violence and clashes between local tribes and Houthi militants.
 

Yemen Journalists Syndicate death threat to Aljazeera reporter
Yemeni Journalists Syndicate on Tuesday condemned a death threat by unknown person to the manager of the office of Aljazeera TV, Saeed Thabit.
 

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