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Security Council Press Statement On Attack Against Defence Ministry Of Yemen The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Gerard Araud (France): The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest
Yemen Assailants launched a twin-pronged attack on Yemen's heavily guarded Defense Ministry in the center of the capital on Thursday, ramming a car packed with explosives into one side of the complex as attackers on foot opened fire with automatic
This raises the prospects of Yemenis finding themselves back on the street, repeating the original demands that echoed in the countrys many impoverished cities, streets and at every corner. It is not easy to navigate the currents of Yemeni politics,
Smoke was seen rising from the complex in Bab al-Yaman district, at the entrance to the old city. Witnesses heard gunshots as an ambulance rushed to the scene...Yemeni security forces are fighting regional rebels and al-Qaeda militants, while
The U.S. government said it remained a steadfast political and military ally in full support of democratic transition under way in Yemen...Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs Tom Kelly met in Washington this week with
Guillaume Briquet/Agence France-Presse Getty Images Fighters with the Nusra Front on Aleppo's outskirts in April...The new signs of an energized but fragmented jihadist threat, stretching from Mali and Libya in the west to Yemen in the east, have
Bomb makers in Yemen are determined to develop ever harder-to-detect devices to smuggle on board planes bound for Western countries, according to Whitehall officials. The number of British airports with security body scanners is now being doubled,
Nine people, including three soldiers, were killed on Monday when clashes broke out in southeastern Yemen's rugged Hadramawt region, officials said...Officials contacted by a news agency also denied the defence ministry's report, saying the fighting
Motorbike ban after spate of drive-by shootings News from Elsewhere... ...as found by BBC Monitoring Seized motorbikes at police HQ Motorbikes are banned in the Yemeni capital Sanaa for two weeks after a spate of attacks by motorcycle-riding gunmen.
The recent Home Affairs Select Comittee session on drugs revealed the problematic disconnect between government policy and the official advice and evidence it receives. The controversial banning of khat, contrasted with the complete inaction towards '