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The Supreme Security Commission said in a statement that at least 167 people were injured in the attack, which began just after 9 a.m. when a car bomb exploded outside the Defense Ministry's western gate, shattering windows in nearby building and
Breaking News Fighting between Shi'ite Houthi rebels and Sunni Salafis in northern Yemen has killed more than 120 and a government official in charge of enforcing a ceasefire accused the Houthis of breaking the truce, a newspaper said on Sunday.
Three people were killed on Sunday when Shi'ite Houthi rebels shelled a school in a northern Yemeni town where sectarian fighting has killed more than 100 people, a spokesman for a hardline Sunni Muslim group said. Three people were killed on Sunday
Members of the Houthi rebellion in northern Yemen can play a constructive role in political affairs if they lay down their weapons, a U.S. envoy in Sanaa said. The International Committee of the Red Cross expressed alarm last week after heavy
At least 18 people were killed and over 50 injured Friday in an armed attack by Shiite Houthi rebels in Yemen's northern province of Saada, tribal leaders said. The Shiite Houthi fighters backed by armoured vehicles and tanks attacked the Sunni-
Shiite Muslim Houthi rebels backed by tanks launch a fresh attack on a town in north Yemen held by their Sunni Muslim Salafist rivals, a Salafist spokesman says, bringing the total death toll in three days of sectarian clashes to 40. Shiite Muslim
Armed men in military uniforms belonging to the Houthi group carry the remains of Hussein al-Houthi during his funeral in the northwestern province of Saada June 5, 2013. Tens of thousands of Yemeni Shi'ite Muslims chanting "death to America" and "
Thu 9 May 2013 Background image is Daniel Beard illustration for the 1899 edition of Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer Abroad The well traveled journalist Thomas Friedman has popped up in Yemen, but apparently he has yet to find out that no one in Yemen drives
Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi took over as president in February, ending Ali Abdullah Saleh's 33 years of dictatorship, his fragile government has done better than many expected. In Sana'a, the capital, he has taken cautious steps towards re-establishing
Part of this rhetoric was strategic, intended to nudge the so-called Friends of Yemen to commit to much needed (although potentially pernicious) aid. Nevertheless, Hadi is only slightly exaggerating the dangers Yemen could face, and recent