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The Daily Star
Yemen attack fears close UN offices but embassies open
People visit the scene of the attack on the Yemeni defence ministry that took place on December 5, following the funeral of victims of the attack in the capital Sanaa on December 9, 2013.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Arutz Sheva Israel News
UN Offices in Yemen's Capital to Close Thursday
A warning of a possible attack in the part of Yemen's capital where UN offices are located has prompted an order for staff to stay home on Thursday, a UN source told AFP on Wednesday.
Freed Dutch hostages fly home from Yemen
SANAA: A Dutch couple were heading home from Yemen on Wednesday after their six-month kidnap ordeal came to an end, a Dutch diplomatic source said.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Dutch couple held hostage released in Yemen
A Dutch couple held hostage in Yemen since June have been released in good health, the Yemeni and Dutch governments confirmed.
The Daily Star
Dutch couple held hostage released in Yemen: state tv
Concrete barriers block the entrance of Sheraton Hotel, which houses the U.S. Mission, in Sanaa December 8, 2013.
WFP Thanks Japan For Latest US$5.6 Million Contribution For Food-Insecure IDPs In Yemen
SANAA The United Nations World Food Programme today expressed gratitude to Japan for its latest contribution of 460 million Japanese Yen , which will be used to provide wheat flour and pulses to food insecure and vulnerable internally displaced people in Yemen.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Battery flat? Don't jump the gun
WHY reach for your mucky old jumper leads when the car won't start, when a friendly cop toting a Kalashnikov does the job just as well? Jumping the gun ... Yemeni police use their Kalashnikov rifles to link batteries in order to get a car started.
Mass funeral for 52 people killed in Yemen
A mass funeral in Yemen, for the 52 people killed in last week's attack on the defense ministry.
Yemen official: US drone strike kills 3 al-Qaida suspects in country's south
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolled into the Anderson LRT station Saturday night, as part of a special concert to raise awareness for local food bank programs.
Yemen: US drone strike kills 3 al-Qaida suspects
A New Mexico State Police officer who fired shots at a minivan full of children during a chaotic October traffic stop in Taos plans to appeal his firing.
Yemen's response to brazen attacks inadequate
Residents of the Yemeni capital Sana'a are still reeling after the 5 November suicide attacks.
Philippines bans its workers from Yemen
The decision, announced by Department of Foreign Affairs spokesman Raul Hernandez, means Filipinos cannot take up jobs in Yemen while 1,500 to 2,000 of those already working in the country can choose to return home at the government's expense.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Yemen LNG evacuates some staff after minor explosion
Yemen LNG has evacuated some foreign staff after an explosion last week at its plant at Balhaf, a company employee and a spokesman for French stakeholder Total said.
Yemen's presidential advisor survives attack
Yassin Said Noman was shot at by a sniper, but an armoured vehicle saved him from the bullet, Saba news agency said.
The Daily Star
Yemen Socialist Party chief escapes assassin
A Yemeni soldier looks on during the funeral of the victims of the attack on the Defence Ministry compound, in Sanaa on December 8, 2013.
Yemen wants GCC membership, says foreign minister
Yemen's Foreign Minister Abu Bakr Al Kurbi told reporters Saturday that Sana'a wants to join the GCC during the annual Manama dialogue Yemen is looking to become the Gulf Cooperation Council's latest member , Foreign Minister Abu Bakr Al Kurbi said on Saturday, adding that Sana'a has widely benefited from taking part on the sidelines of Gulf ... (more)
Al Qaeda thrives in Yemen amid weak security, stalled dialogue
Brazen al Qaeda attacks on top government targets in Yemen are unlikely to abate while security services remain divided, ill-equipped and infiltrated by militants, and efforts to repair the country's fractured political life remain stalled.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Syrian Rebels Accuse Government Forces of Chemical Weapon Use
China-US: Comment : When world powers disagree on an issue they tend to spotlight minor points, such as treatment of journalists.
Malaysian National News Agency
Malaysians In Yemen Safe From Bombings In Sana'a - Anifah
All Malaysians in Yemen are safe from the suicide bombings in Sana'a on Thursday, says Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman.
Kerry brings plan integrating West Bank security in planned US-led anti-Al Qaeda regional force
The security plan, which US Secretary of State John Kerry brought with him Thursday, Dec. 5, on his eighth trip for reviving Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, entails deploying a regional international force including US troops along the Jordan Rift Valley and West Bank in a future Palestinian state.