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Hundreds of Yemenis took to streets in Yemen's capital on Tuesday for second protest this week demanding that Houthi rebels to quit Sana'a.
Houthis overran the capital 10 days ago in a lightning offensive and have maintained a strong military presence, conducting patrols and manning checkpoints.
The Shi'ite Houthi rebels have refused to leave Sanaa despite a UN-brokered deal to give them more infl ...

The spokesman for EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has lashed out at warring parties in Yemen over the breached ceasefire deal and demanded that they respect the authority of the government in Sanaa after the conflict showed no signs of abating on Tuesday.
"We strongly condemn recent violence that has taken place in Saada, al-Jawf, Amran, Mareb and Sanaa and insist that all involved m ...

With Yemen pressing ahead after coming through a complex, United Nations-assisted transition, the country’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jamal Abdullah Al-Sallal, told the General Assembly today that continued international support would be needed, including a “strong call” from the UN Security Council against those seeking to undermine the political process.
Commending the peop ...

Russian Foreign Ministry on Monday recommended the country’s citizens to immediately leave Yemen and avoid travelling there amid security concerns.
“In light of insecurity in the Republic of Yemen, we once again strongly recommend that citizens of the Russian Federation avoid travelling to Yemen and those who are already there should immediately leave the country,” the statement ...

Undoubtedly there have been accelerated and serious developments in our region, which seems perched on a volcano, said the columnist Amani Mohammed in the Abu Dhabi-based daily Al Ittihad.
“Many hope for stability in the region. There is an overarching sentiment among people that they have lost their joie de vivre and that their life can no longer generate happiness or provide adequate atmos ...

Amid news reports about drone strikes -- and even a drone crash -- in Yemen, the Defense Department said Monday that Bingen, Wash.-based Insitu Inc. was awarded a $10.98 million delivery order for one of its ScanEagle systems to be used by the Yemeni government.
The order falls under a previously issued Navy agreement and covers a system that includes "nine ScanEagle Electro-Optics and three ...

Arabic media outlets and Twitter accounts linked to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) announced the death of an AQAP leader named Abd al Aziz al Omari as a result of a US drone strike in al Jawf on Sept. 26.
Al Omari, a Saudi who went by a variety of noms-de-guerre, including Muslim al Azdi, Abu Omar al Kholani, and Abu Muslim al Kholani, is especially remembered for his role in running wel ...

An escalation of political turmoil in Yemen, one of the poorest countries in the world, risks aggravating an already dire food security situation, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Monday.
Shi'ite Muslim rebels seized the Yemeni capital Sanaa this month, prompting President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi to warn of a drift towards civil war in a country long riven by deep ...

The Houthis and their Ansar Allah affiliates are now in complete control of the Yemeni capital Sana’a, UN Special Adviser on Yemen Jamal Benomar told Asharq Al-Awsat in an exclusive interview, as violence continued to rage in and around the capital on Sunday.
“The reality is Sana’a is now occupied by armed groups belonging to Ansar Allah,” Benomar said. “These groups ...

A suicide bomber linked to al Qaeda drove a car laden with explosives into a hospital used as a base by Yemen's Shi'ite Muslim Houthi movement on Sunday, killing at least 15 people, and five more died in an ambush in the south of the country.
Militants, tribal and local sources said the first attack took place in the town of Majzar in Maarib province, east of the capital Sanaa, while local officia ...

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