Yemen tribesmen kill 21 Shi'ite Houthis in south At least 21 Yemeni Shi'ite Houthi fighters were killed Friday when residents in a tribal southern region opened fire at their vehicles
The Houthi fighters rebels, who are also facing Saudi-led airstrikes, were travelling in three vehicles from Lahj province towards Aden, the southern stronghold of the embattled president, when they were ambushed.
In another development , Saudi Arabia....More
FAO to fund displaced support project in Jawf Saba
Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation and the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) signed a cooperation agreement to implement a project to support the displaced people in Jawf province.
The project, which is implemented by FAO and costs nearly nine million Yemeni rials, aims to improve sources of living income for farmers and displaced in a number of Jawf areas through di....More
" There is a danger on Yemen's unity" Turkish envoy Hashem Altoromah -Munir Alhemyari
A western envoy praised the political transition in Yemen saying " the political transition is going on in the right path and Yemen's transition is unique among the other cases of similar processes".
In an exclusive interview with Yemen Fox website , His Excellency , the Turkish Ambassador Fazli Corman noted that the September events in Sana'a, actually ....More
Yemen Conflict Devolves Into Proxy War WSJ
The conflict in Yemen is quickly devolving into a wider regional conflagration, pitting Shiite Iran and an allied militant group against Saudi Arabia and other Sunni Arab states that came together to launch airstrikes on those militants.
The coordinated Arab attacks led by Saudi Arabia began early Thursday morning and targeted the Shiite-linked Houthi militant group in Yemen. They followed wee....More
FIFA moves Pakistan-Yemen World Cup qualifier to Bahrain AP
Pakistan's home World Cup qualifying match against Yemen has been moved to Bahrain after it was postponed because of deadly bombings in Lahore.
FIFA says the kickoff time next Monday, and stadium venue in Manama are not yet decided.
FIFA postponed the second-leg match in the first round of Asian qualifying less than 24 hours before a scheduled kickoff on Tuesday.
On Sunday, 17 people were kille....More
Father of murdered Jordan pilot demands revenge Safi al-Kassasbeh says Jordan's execution of two al-Qaeda-linked prisoners is not sufficient to avenge his son's death.
The father of a Jordanian fighter pilot who was burned alive by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group has demanded from Jordan a harsh and swift revenge for his son's murder.
Speaking to Al Jazeera on Wednesday, Safi al-Kassasbeh said that the execution of two al-....More
Head of UK’s Iraq war inquiry defends report delay Long delays in the publication of Britain's official inquiry into the Iraq war were unavoidable due to its complexity, the head of the inquiry, former civil servant John Chilcot, told a parliamentary committee on Wednesday.
Announced in 2009, the report investigating the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq and its aftermath was expected to take a year but last month Chilcot said there was "no realistic....More
Mum Who Glued Daughter To Wall Gets 99 Years US woman who admitted beating her two-year-old daughter and gluing her hands to a wall because of potty training problems has been sentenced to 99 years in jail.
Elizabeth Escalona had pleaded guilty in July to causing injury to her toddler Jocelyn Cedillo.
Prosecutors had sought 45 years behind bars - but the state district judge chose to impose an even stiffer sentence.
"Only a monster glue....More
Call to protect Arabian leopards in Yemen Wildlife conservationists have raised alarm over the dwindling number of Arabian leopards in Yemen after pictures surfaced in local media of poachers
flaunting their kill.
In July, photos of armed young men dragging three dead leopards in the Al Shouaib region were circulated in the local press. “This is a tragic case of
ignorance that threatens the remaining endangered species of wild Arabi....More