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Issue #1875

News

Public outcry of civilian casualties in Aden

Published on 19 April 2015 by Yemen Times Staff in News

SANA’A, April 19—Residents of Aden’s Khormaksar district are calling for an end to indiscriminate attacks on residential areas, as the civilian death toll was reported to reach 273 in the governorate over the weekend. 

vehicles and soldiers of special forces loyal to Houthis and the former president Saleh are gearing up for confrontations against 35th brigade in Taiz. Saleh are gearing up for confrontations against 35th brigade in Taiz. Photo credit: Al-Khabar

Fighting resumes in Taiz

Published on 16 April 2015 by Yemen Times Staff in News

SANA'A, April 16—At least two soldiers have been killed in Taiz city and three others injured in clashes with special forces allied to the Houthis that have continued since Tuesday. 

Hadi to return “in months” says acting minister

Published on 16 April 2015 by Yemen Times Staff in News

SANA’A, April 16—The minister of foreign affairs for Yemen’s exiled government claims Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi will return to Yemen “in a matter of months” and that members of the Houthi movement will be invited to play a political role in the future. 

Popular committees take 2nd Infantry Brigade

Published on 14 April 2015 by Yemen Times Staff in News

SANA'A, April 13—Shabwa governorate, to the west of Yemen, is currently witnessing a tense security situation following the seizure of local armed tribesmen over the key battalion of the 2nd Infantry Brigade, positioned in Ataq city, the capital of Shabwa governorate.

Copy of the statement by the Yemen's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Naval embargo takes effect

Published on 12 April 2015 by Yemen Times Staff in News

Sana’a, April 12— Navigation in all of Yemen's territorial waters was banned on April 10 and vessels will not be granted access unless inspected and approved by Saudi-led coalition forces. The ban took effect yesterday after Yemen's Ministry of Foreign Affairs under Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi delegated coalition forces to implement it.

Civilians killed by a coalition strike on a Republican Guards Brigade in Taiz

Published on 12 April 2015 by Yemen Times Staff in News

Sana'a, April 12—An air strike launched this morning by Saudi-led coalition forces has hit Al-Dhahirah village in the Mawia district of Taiz, causing the death of at least eight civilians and injuring more than ten. 

A security source to Ahmed Ali said Ali was not concerned about the revoking of his ambassadorship and that he is still in Sana’a.

UAE revokes Ahmed Ali Saleh’s diplomatic immunity

Published on 8 April 2015 by Ali Ibrahim Al-Moshki in News

SANA’A, April 7—The United Arab Emirates (UAE) terminated the ambassadorship of Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh, son of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, on Tuesday and has revoked his diplomatic immunity.

Al-Arabiya and Al-Jazeera added to list of banned websites

Published on 8 April 2015 by Ali Ibrahim Al-Moshki in News

SANA’A, April 8—Al-Jazeera on Tuesday accused the Houthis of blocking the network’s website, signaling another stage in the group’s aggressive clampdown on media institutions in Yemen.

Students killed in airstrike near Ibb school

Published on 8 April 2015 by Ali Ibrahim Al-Moshki in News

SANA’A, April 7—Two students were killed and nine others injured Tuesday when an airstrike landed next to a school in Al-Sabrah district of Ibb governorate in central Yemen.

A pro-Hadi officer claims that AQAP has pledged to fight alongside the group against the Houthis. An AQAP source confirmed the info, but clarified that the group was not loyal to Hadi.

Fighting in Abyan governorate continues as anti-Houthi forces advance

Published on 8 April 2015 by Ali Ibrahim Al-Moshki in News

SANA’A, April 8—Military sources in Abyan’s Lawdar district claimed on Wednesday that the 111th Infantry Brigade had cut off supplies to Houthi fighters and their allies in the governorate and had them surrounded since Tuesday. Shaker Al-Ghadir, an officer in the pro-Hadi 111th Infantry Brigade, said violent clashes with Houthi militants and their supporters in the 15th Armored brigade had killed at least 35 from either side since Tuesday.

(adenalghad.net)

NDC Southern Movement faction calls for return to dialogue

Published on 8 April 2015 by Khalid Al-Karimi in News

SANA’A, April 7—Members of the Southern Movement who represented the group at the National Dialogue Conference (NDC) of 2013 and 2014 released a statement on Tuesday calling for an end to hostilities and a return to dialogue.

Report

This article has photo galleryShould Pakistan join the fight in Yemen?

Published on 8 April 2015 by Brett Scott in Report

Saudi Arabia has requested Pakistan to support coalition forces with naval ships, aircraft and ground troops in its military offensive on Houthi rebels and allied military units in Yemen.

A Yemeni guy among the protesters in front of the Yemeni embassy holding a placard reads “ To UN:open the air space, we are homeless in Egypt”.

Stranded abroad: Yemenis long to return home

Published on 8 April 2015 by Ali Aboluhom in Report

Amjad Bahashwan felt very fortunate to be chosen for a media training course in Egypt, but the Saudi-led airstrikes on March 26 has left him stranded in Cairo. He had completed his course, his flight was booked and his suitcase packed, but because of the imposed no-fly zone, his flight never left Cairo for Sana’a.

Picture of the week

Picture of the Week

Published on 9 April 2015 by Ali Ibrahim Al-Moshki in Picture of the week


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