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President Barack Obama is lifting his self-imposed ban on transferring Guantanamo Bay detainees to Yemen, where a leadership upheaval has improved the country's security but not eliminated the terrorist organization trying to recruit jihadists.
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An protester against US drone strikes in Yemen, who holds a banner with photos of people killed in drone attacks, stands outside the US embassy in Sanaa, Yemen, in April.
SANA'A - Yemen is stepping up its coast guard patrols, seeking to interrupt what has become a full-fledged flood of illegal weapons that is seen as a threat to the nation's security and stability.
At least three journalists have been held hostage by armed tribesmen for a week in Yemen, according to news reports.
Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK, Tuesday sent a message of greeting to Abd Rabbuh Mansur Al Hadi, president of the Republic of Yemen, on the occasion of its national day.
Special to Times of Oman As representatives of governments from across the world gather in London for the international conference on Somalia, it is worth reminding ourselves that in dealing with civil conflicts and failed states, prevention is always better than cure.
Experts say the officer who killed a Long Island college student and a home invasion suspect on Friday was confronted with a split-second choice.
By Hamdi Al-hosami, Sanaa, May 19 : A Hindu temple that dates back over 150 years, a market that sports an Indian name and love for Bollywood reflect the India connect of the Yemeni city of Aden.
A drone flying over southern Yemen bombed a passenger van on Saturday, killing at least four people and wounding several others, a local official said .
US drones launched the first strike in Yemen in a month, killing four "militants" in an attack on a vehicle carrying explosives in a southern town plagued by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
SANA'A: Yemen's air force has been the target of "sabotage", the country's military aviation chief said in a televised interview, days after a fighter jet crashed in the capital Sana'a. "The air force is the target of systematic sabotage," General Rashed Al Janad told the private channel Al Saida in the interview broadcast late on Friday.
Witnesses in southwestern Virginia say a car has driven into a crowd at a parade.