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“Together for Preserving Bio-Diversity in Socotra Archipelago”: A Campaign for Bio-Diversity in Socotra

In presence of Salem Hawash, general director of ecological protection in Socotra, Omar Soliman, head of Culture department, Dr. Abd El-Kareem Nasher, director of UNEP in Socotra, eng. Mazen Al-Durhy, coordinator of GIZ Socotra, Mr. Foad Naseeb, Mrs. Ashwak, principle of Al-Zahra Secondary School, Nasser Abd El-Rahman, president of Socotra …

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Al-Makha Fishermen Lead Normal Life and Deny any Rumors Released by Coup Media

After eight month of liberation from the occupation of coup militias, Al-Makha leads normal life after being secured against any counterattack of militias. Such efforts stabilized life of the city as trade activities started to flourish again. Such stability led immigrants from other directorates of Taez to head for Al-Makha. …

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Linking Between Modia Attack on the Security Belt Post and the Qatari Campaign Against these Forces, Al-Arab Al-Dawlia: Al-Qaeda modifies its movements in Yemen According to Qatari Agenda

Al-Arab Al-Dawlia Newspaper, released from London, indicated that Al-Qaeda modified its movements in Yemen according to Qatari agenda as the newspaper related Al-Qaeda attacks against the security belt forces and Qatari media campaign against the same troops. The reports said: Al-Qaeda cells returned to move in southern governorates of Yemen …

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Vice President of the Southern Transitional Council: The South is Coming for True not Mere Words

In his speech in the launch of the local national assembly of Adan, Sheikh Hany Ben Brik, vice president of the southern transitional council, indicated that the State of the south is coming for true not mere words. Ben Brik asserted that the southern state is coming, not by the …

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Dismissing Southern Personnel in favor of Northern Ones at Wald Al-Sheikh’s Office: Racial Discrimination in Employing Yemeni Personnel in UN Offices

A western UN personnel working in the office of Ismail Wald Al-Sheikh, the UN delegate to Yemen, said to AL-AIAM that employees of the office work on dismissing southern personnel off any jobs, activities of consulting works related to the office. On the other hand, the whole crew of the …

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The National Assembly … Collaboration in Southern National Decision Making for the Upcoming Future Merits

Declaring of the southern national assembly during 14th October Event at Al-Mualla was like a Declaration of independence in a political way to establish the principle of collaboration in southern national decision making according to current stages and future merits. The national assembly is the supreme legislative authority of the …

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Al-Houthi Controls the Second Biggest Camp of Saleh In Sanaa

Al-Houthi militias took control of the pre-final stronghold of its coup partner, the ousted President ‎Ali Abdullah Saleh as it took full control of Dabwa camp of Presidential Guards Forces loyal to Saleh south of Sanaa. ‎ Several resources confirmed that Al-Houthi militias took full control of the camp and …

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International Efforts to Revive Central Bank of Yemen and to Pay Salaries

 ‎ UN delegate to Yemen, Ismail Wald Al-Sheikh Ahmed indicated that international efforts are being ‎exerted to revive the central bank of Yemen and to revitalize Yemen’s economic system as these efforts may lead to paying employees’ salaries, stopped for a whole year now. In a memorandum issued to the …

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The Yemeni Government: UN Depends on Fallacies and the Ally Protects Legitimacy

The Yemeni government expressed denunciation and surprise of the UN Report about children in conflict areas as the report put the legitimacy government and coup militias at the same side. In a ‎press release, the government said: “Legitimacy is seeking to protect people not to recruit children‎ in military actions. …

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Conflict of Determination: Analysis and Reading on the Reality of a capital, an ally and a government in two years

On March 25th 2015, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia declared an Arab ally of 12 countries and launched its first air strikes over Sanaa under the title of “Determination Storm”. After that, war in Yemen started to wander north and south. During 2015-2016 the Arab Ally became untouchable icon that never …

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