Crisis and terrorist acts won't thwart carrying out political settlement: Yemeni president President Abdu Rabbo Mansour Hadi stressed on Sunday crisis and terrorist acts will not deter Yemen from moving forward in implementing the political
Yemen is experiencing economic, political and security impasses and we all should do every effort to secure Yemen and overcome all challenges for the
aspirations of our youths and grandsons and not make them be victims for our selfish pol....More
Shura's Speaker meets heads of delegations to ASSECAA's meeting The Yemeni Shura Council’s Speaker Abdul-Rahman Othman has met heads of Sudanese and Algerian delegations partaking in the fifth meeting of the Association of
Senates,Shura and Equivalent Councils in Africa and Arab World (ASSECAA).
During the meeting, they discussed areas of joint cooperation in developing the activity of ASSECAA, which Yemen hosts the headquarters of its General-
Yemeni Minister of Technical Education heads to Netherlands Minister of Technical Education and Vocational Training Dr. Abdul-Hafedh Numan headed on Sunday to the Kingdom of Netherlands on an official visit lasting
In a statement to the state-run Saba, Numan pointed out that during the visit an agreement will be signed with the Dutch government to support the
development of the technical education sector in Yemen via a grant estimated at &eur....More
Coalition govt. frustrates people, however president Hadi unable to hold it accountable Interviewed by Ibrahim Mugahd
Advisor to the President Abdu Rabbo Mansour Hadi for strategic and scientific research, Dr. Fars al-Saqqaf stressed on the need of accomplishing the
ongoing National Dialogue Conference (NDC) on time, because its length without settling the outstanding issues may cause catastrophe for the country.
Accomplishing the NDC is also confirmed by Security Council, especially....More
Khat banning will cause “endless problems”, MP Paul Flynn warns Banning the stimulant Qat will “drive a wedge” between police and Yemeni and Somali communities, an MP has warned.
The Home Affairs Committee has urged ministers to reverse plans to re-grade the plant as a class-C drug. Committee member Newport West MP Paul Flynn
predicted a ban would mean gangs dividing Somali and Yemeni areas into territories and “endless problems”.
Spain pairing with Netherlands odd, Casillas says Spain captain Iker Casillas has said he finds it strange that the format of the draw for the World Cup finals allowed the holders to be placed in the same group as Netherlands, the team they beat in the final in 2010.
Spain, who will play the Dutch in their opening Group B match in Salvador on June 13, were one of eight seeded teams in pot one for Friday's draw, while Netherlands w....More
Egypt court acquits 155 arrested after Cairo protests An Egyptian court acquitted 155 people arrested during deadly clashes in the capital between Islamist protesters and police in October, state media reported on Sunday.
The Cairo misdemeanour court on Saturday dismissed the charges of assaulting policemen and vandalism over the October 6 clashes that killed almost 50 people, state-owned Al-Ahram newspaper reported.
Appeals courts in Alexandria the ....More
Turkey police storm hospital in Kurdish town Turkish riot police have stormed a hospital in a Kurdish town in southeastern province of Hakkari hours after deadly clashes with Kurdish protesters.
Police apparently went to the hospital in Yuksekova, also known as Gever, to take away the bodies of two protesters they had killed hours earlier.
The two were killed on Friday during an anti-government demonstration that turned violent in Yuksekova.....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
Yemen strives to save historic city of Zabid The Yemeni government is undertaking numerous efforts to preserve the status of the historic city of Zabid as a world heritage site, officials told Al-Shorfa.
In April, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) warned it would remove Zabid -- located in Hodeidah province -- from its World Heritage List unless the government improved conditions in the city within....More