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Five years ago, on January 23, 2009, a CIA drone flattened a house in Pakistan’s tribal regions. It was the third day of Barack Obama’s presidency, and this was the new commander-in-chief’s first covert drone strike.
Initial reports said up to ten militants were killed, including foreign fighters and possibly a ‘high-value target’ — a successful first hit for th ...

For hundreds of years, a group of people living mostly along Yemen’s coastal areas have been regarded as lower than dogs. Reporter Amanda Fisher and
photographer Leslie Pableo visit the communities of Akhdam to find out whether government assurances of equality are more than just lip service.
The American Civil Rights movement was victorious decades ago, apartheid consigned to the ranks of h ...

On January 7, 2014, Amnesty International issued its latest warning as part of a seemingly endless demand for US accountability in Yemen. Nearly a month
prior, on December 12, a US Reaper drone bombarded a wedding party near Rada'a and sent 12 people to untimely deaths. Investigations of US strikes in the
country have unfolded at a notoriously slow pace, or else not all, depending on the level of ...

Withaq foundation expressed its concern about the dangerous development in Sa'ada that a deal reached to enforce displace thousands residents from Dammaj after months of strife , genocide and besiege practiced by Houthi against them.
In a press release ,Withaq condemned such act that violates all citizenship right , human rights and international convection , warning that it may open door for regi ...

Abyan education officials are working to increase the quantity and variety of cultural and sports activities at schools across the province, in a bid to help youth overcome psychological effects left by the recent war against al-Qaeda.
Al-Qaeda had controlled areas of the province for more than a year before the army and popular committees expelled them in mid-2012.
School authorities must exert c ...

Tiny children with gaunt bodies—their bones protruding from their skin—wail while lying in the arms of their parents inside a malnutrition treatment center
in the Al-Danabeqa village in the Al-Tohaita district of Hodeida governorate.
According to UNICEF, Yemen has the second-highest rate of stunting in the world, behind Afghanistan. One in every two children is stunted, meaning both th ...

Huda al-Niran and Arafat Tahar, a Saudi woman and a young Yemeni man, fell head-over-heels in love in a country where romance is a crime and severely
punished. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia does not tolerate emotions. Women do not even enjoy the right to drive a car, let alone fall in love with a Yemeni,
which as an accusation is far more serious than one might expect.
Tahar, one of hundreds of thou ...

After being largely absent from militant activities, women are now beginning to play an increasingly active role
Somali women carry weapons during a demonstration organized by the Islamist Al-Shabab group which is fighting the Somali government in Mogadishu, July 5,
2010
Somali women carry weapons during a demonstration organized by the Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shabab group which is fighting the Somali ...

Prepared by / Walid Abdulwasa
Despite the opposed position conducted by some parties and other political components participating in the National Dialogue Conference against the solutions and guarantees document provided by the UN special envoy to Yemen Jamal Binomar…..
However those powers gradually weaken and lately agreed to sing on the document that already signed by Islah , Houthis and ...

If U.S. President Barack Obama conceived his foreign policy prospects for 2014 as a popular child’s board game, the snakes he will have to jump over
significantly outnumber the ladders that can propel him to success.
As they have since he took office five years ago, the most dangerous “snakes” lie in the Middle East, the region from which Obama has been trying
desperately to clim ...

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