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Shi'ite Muslim tribesmen handed back an army camp to the Yemeni government on Saturday, a spokesman for the group said, to try to defuse tensions caused by the capture of a provincial capital north of Sanaa this week.
The Yemeni Oil Ministry said restive tribesmen in Marib province attacked an oil pipeline, cutting exports to a Red Sea terminal...Tribesmen in an area thought to be under the influence of al-Qaida fighters targeted the 100,000-barrel-per-day
US Attorney General Eric Holder said Sunday that intelligence suggesting bomb makers from Yemen have teamed up with militants in Syria was "more frightening than anything" he had seen before. In an interview with ABC television's "This Week," Holder
Suspected al Qaeda gunmen killed a Yemeni man in Hadramawt province Friday after accusing him of sorcery and practising black magic, which are banned under Islam, a local official said. Hussein al-Jaafari was gunned down as he left his home in Tarim
The Border Guards has assured citizens that the southern border of the country is secure and that its officers are prepared to protect the country against smugglers and infiltrators amid the growing tension on the northern border owing to the Iraqi
More than 35,000 people have been displaced in Yemen's Omran province, a local government refugee agency said on Wednesday, a day after Shi'ite Muslim tribal fighters overran the provincial capital following fighting that killed more than 200 people.
Tuesday confirmed that Yemeni authorities have extradited to Addis Ababa an exiled Ethiopian opposition leader. Andargachew Tsige, secretary-general of Ginbot 7, a US based Ethiopian opposition movement, was sentenced to death in absentia in 2009 for
Saudi Arabia Saudi citizens belonging to al-Qaida were behind an attack near Yemen last week that killed five soldiers and left five Saudi militants dead, the kingdom said Tuesday...Mansour al-Turki said an investigation revealed that six Saudi men
Story A Dutch couple has left Yemen after spending six months held hostage. Journalist Judith Spiegel and Boudewijn Berendsen would not say who took them captive. (Dec. AP Video Video Forensic policemen collect evidence at the site of a suicide bomb
Some 10,000 families have fled the northern Yemeni city of Amran in three days to escape an intensified battle between the army and Shiite rebels, the Red Crescent said Tuesday. Launching a "call for help," the organisation said 5,000 more families