1604, Section: Report
Published on 17 June 2013 by Ali Abulohoom in Report
Although nine years have passed since Hussein Al-Houthi, the founder of the Houthi group, was killed, he was laid to rest just this month.
His funeral was held in Sa’ada, in the mountainous Marran area north of the capital, where the bearded religious leader hoped to create a new, more religiously devout society.
Published on 13 June 2013 by Medialine.com Abdurrahman Shamlan in Report
Al-Qaeda-affiliated fighters are poised to take control of the southeastern province of Hadrmout, Yemen's largest province, French ambassador to Yemen Frank Gillette is warning.
Published on 13 June 2013 by Dares Al-Badani in Report
Samia Al-Hajri has suffered from partial paralysis since her birth. She cannot move her legs. Most of her community wrote her off at first, thinking that she wouldn’t be able to overcome this handicap and life a full life.
Published on 13 June 2013 by Samar Qaed in Report
Private schools first appeared in the Republic of Yemen in 1995, five years after the country’s unification in 1990.
Published on 13 June 2013 by Amal Al-Yarisi in Report
Renovation and historical excavation are ongoing inside Yemen’s Grand Mosque.
This mosque, the most ancient in Yemen, is located at the heart of Old Sana’a and is said have been built using old stones from legendary and now destroyed Ghamdan palace, which once towered over Sana’a.
Published on 10 June 2013 by in Report
American lawyer David Remes has taken on the cases of 13 Yemeni prisoners in Guantanamo who have been held there for over a decade, many without any charges brought against them.
Published on 10 June 2013 by Gamal Gasim in Report
There are a number of ways to help solve the issues that exist in Yemen, specifically, which types of political institutions are better for transitioning or transitioned but unconsolidated democracies such as Yemen.
Published on 10 June 2013 by Samar Qaed in Report
Eight-year-old Bashar Al-Khamesi professionally uses his small hands to play traditional Yemeni melodies.
Every day, he delights the passersby in Baghdad Street in Sana’a.
He’s become something of a local celebrity.
Published on 10 June 2013 by Ali Abulohoom in Report
Behind an eight-meter fence and three giant gates, 337 insolvent inmates are locked in the Central Prison of Sana’a.
They feel lost, they have no idea how long they will be behind bars. Some have been here for over a decade
Their crime? They went into debt.
Published on 6 June 2013 by Samar Qaed in Report
The forensic department in the General Prosecutor’s office opened 20 years ago. Then, it was seen as the first step towards establishing an independent forensic authority under the Ministry of Justice.