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4 hrs ago | The Nation
For news details visit : http://www.nation.com.pk/international/01-Sep-2014/21-dead-as-militants-battle-pro-govt-forces For news details Read on : 21 dead as militants battle pro-govt forces SANAA : At least 21 people were killed in weekend clashes between Shiite rebels and pro-government tribesmen in the north of Yemen, tribal sources said Sunday.
8 hrs ago | AlertNet
Defying calls by the U.N. Security Council to end hostilities against the Yemeni government, a Houthi tribal leader on Sunday urged supporters to wage a campaign of civil disobedience until their demands are met.
12 hrs ago | Reuters
Al Arabiya television on Sunday aired a video showing a man it said was a British oil worker kidnapped in Yemen in February.
ADEN: About 14 gunmen of the Yemen- based al-Qaida offshoot and four army soldiers were killed during fierce armed confrontations in Yemen's southeastern province of Hadramout early on Saturday, a military official told Xinhua.
TEHRAN An Iranian Foreign Ministry official has said that the Iranian diplomat who was kidnapped in Sanaa is in good health and will soon return home.
People gather at a window on Friday to watch those taking part in the Osun-Osogbo Sacred Grove Festival in the south-western Nigerian state of Osun.
The U.N. Security Council on Friday called on Yemen's Shi'ite Muslim Houthis to end hostilities against the government and warned foreign countries not to interfere by encouraging instability in the impoverished Arab state.
" Yemeni military officials blamed militants of the Yemen-based Al Qaida offshoot for a series of assassinations and armed attacks, mostly in the country's southern parts."
One of the two Yemenis freed from a U.S. military prison in Afghanistan and repatriated Tuesday had been diagnosed with leukemia, a U.S. military official said.
A Yemeni officer who is a member of Shiite Hawthi rebels chants slogans demanding the government step down during a demonstration on a street in Sanaa, Yemen, Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014.
Talks on forming a new Yemeni government collapsed on Sunday over demands by Shi'ite Muslim Houthis to restore fuel subsidies cut by President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, officials said, and further demonstrations in the capital Sanaa were expected.
Spokesman Abdel-Malek al-Mikhlafi said Sunday the delegation would head back to the capital, Sanaa, to discuss the situation with the president after the Hawthis rejected their draft proposal calling for a new government and a review of the country's economic policies to halt the demonstrations.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 07:55 pm
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