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Yemen (AP) — Al-Qaida-linked fighters killed two Yemeni soldiers Tuesday in a southern provincial capital that is partly under militant control, a security official said. The official, speaking on condition of anonymity in line
A Yemeni security official says armed guards trying to break up a strike at a government office have killed one of the protesting workers. Employees of the Central Agency for Control and Audit in the southern province of Aden are among civil servants
Yemen (AP) — Yemen's opposition on Sunday accused outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh of trying to torpedo a power transfer deal by sparking a new crisis, as troops loyal to him clashed with opposition forces, killing three.
Yemen (AP) — The son of Yemen's outgoing president is leading a crackdown to purge the Republican Guard, which he commands, of any rebellious officers found to be siding with anti-government protesters, a military official said Saturday.
Tens of thousands are demonstrating in Yemen, demanding that their longtime president be put on trial for the killing of hundreds of unarmed protesters since pro-democracy protests began 10 months ago. Friday's gatherings comes as President Ali
US officials suspect that Yemen fed them false intelligence for a 2010 strike against Al-Qaeda suspects that killed a local leader locked in a dispute with the president's family, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. The disclosure of such an
Protesters chant slogans during a demonstration demanding the prosecution of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sanaa, Yemen, Tuesday, Dec...Yemen Strikes are spreading in Yemen's capital as hundreds of government employees rally, demanding
15 Ambiguity continues to persist over whether the White House would let Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh enter the US for medical treatment. "US officials are continuing to consider President Saleh's request to enter the country for the sole
The White House has decided in principle to let Yemen's president go to New York for medical treatment, two administration officials told The New York Times. The decision to let embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh into the country is not final and
Topics Supporters of Yemen's outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh shout slogans of him during a demonstration to show support for Saleh in Sanaa December 26, 2011. Backers of a Yemeni Islamist party that signed on to a plan to nudge the president