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Attack on Yemen opposition camp kills 17

Mortar shells and sniper fire struck an opposition protest camp in Sanaa and President Ali Abdullah Saleh's main military rival said the...

Yemen’s Saleh calls for early elections, violence goes

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh made no pledge to step down in his first address to the nation since returning home, calling...

Clashes escalate in Yemen after crackdown

At least 56 people were killed over two days in the deadliest crackdown yet on pro-democracy protesters in Sanaa, triggering fierce gun...

At least 26 killed in anti-Saleh march in Yemen

At least 26 people were shot dead and hundreds wounded when security forces fired on demonstrators who charged police lines in Yemen's...

Explosions shake Yemen capital, blasts in south

Explosions and gunfire shook a northern district of Sanaa, in one of the worst breaches of a cease-fire between tribesmen opposed to...

Saleh empowers deputy to sign Yemen transition deal

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has authorised his vice president to sign a power transition plan after a dialogue with the opposition,...

Yemen’s Saleh commits to presidential elections – agency

Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who has clung to power despite a wave of protests against his 33-year rule, said he was...

President Saleh vows to return to Yemen “soon”

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh said he would soon return home from Saudi Arabia where he is recovering from a June assassination...

Yemen opposition asks West to freeze Saleh assets

A leading member of Yemen's opposition called on Western countries to freeze the assets of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who is clinging...

Civil war fears chill traumatised Yemen neighbourhood

In Sanaa's battle-scarred Hasaba neighbourhood, the distant chanting of protesters demanding the removal of President Ali Abdullah Saleh is punctuated by gunfire...


SANDF youth employment commitment increasingly hamstrung

With an official youth unemployment rate of 46% for the first quarter of 2021, it’s not surprising two published pieces about military recruitment on...