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Concern over armed presence in Taiz
(Yemen Times Online) - 2012-02-02
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TAIZ, Feb. 1 — People in Taiz have become concerned since armed figures started appearing in the city over the last couple days. Some roads were also closed during this time. Mohammed Sa'eed, a shopkeeper, speaking with the Yemen Times, said, “We had started feeling everything was returning to normal

American drone strikes provoke Yemenis against interim government
(Yemen Times Online) - 2012-02-02
ABYAN, Feb. 1 — Many Yemenis, and especially those in Abyan governorate, are blaming the new government for a loss of sovereignty after a US drone strike killed 11 Al-Qaeda members on Yemeni soil on Monday. The drones fired four missles; two exploded and the remaining two are still 'active' and “may explode at any time,” eyewitnesses – who have been present for such strikes in the past - told the Yemen Times

Training course for English teachers in rural areas
(Yemen Times Online) - 2012-02-02
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SANA’A, Feb. 1 — A three-day training session for 100 English teachers in rural areas concluded its activities on Monday in Sana’a. Speaking about future plans for the nation, Yemen's Deputy Minister of Education said, “The ministry will be in need of 12,000 new English teachers nationwide.” During the three-day session, teachers worked on writing and reading teaching skills in order to improve their ability to help students acquire the English language

Insecurity profile in Aden during January
(Yemen Times Online) - 2012-02-02
ADEN, Feb, 1 — An unidentified armed group of men intercepted the Saudi Deputy Consul in Aden, Abdullah Al-Khaledi, as he traveled home from work on Monday. The men forced the Saudi diplomat to exit his vehicle while on his way to his home in Aden's Al-Mansoura city. The men, armed with assault rifles and machine guns, confiscated the diplomat's car and some personal belongings

Yemen postpones new weekend
(Yemen Times Online) - 2012-02-02
SANA’A, Jan. 29 – The new Friday-Saturday weekend, scheduled to begin in February, has been delayed until March, according to the Minister of Civil Service and Insurance. “It has been delayed but is expected to be in place in March,” state-run Al-Jumhorya newspaper quoted Nabil Shamsan as saying on Wednesday

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Yemen's Nobel laureate wants ICC to investigate Saleh
(Africasia) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 03:10:00 GMT

Yemeni Nobel peace laureate Tawakkul Karman on Monday asked the world court to investigate President Ali Abdallah Saleh over his regime's crackdown on protests that have killed hundreds of people this year. "I'm here to tell the prosecutor to use his
[source: International sources (through Google)]

Yemen takes step towards reform
(gulfnews.com) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 03:10:00 GMT

A few days after the signing of a deal that saw longtime President Ali Abdullah Saleh transfer his powers to his deputy amid massive pro-democracy protests, Yemen has named opposition leader Mohammad Basindwa as interim prime minister.
[source: International sources (through Google)]

UN envoy to Yemen says new agreement "opens the door to a credible transition"
(Shanghai Daily (subscription)) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 03:10:00 GMT

UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- Jamal Benomar, UN secretary- general's special adviser for Yemen, said here on Monday that a political deal signed in the country on Nov. 23 provides an opportunity to help Yemen recover from a difficult phase.
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Arab World Latest News: The New Politics of Morocco, Egypt, Yemen and Kuwait
(International Business Times) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 00:10:00 GMT
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By Daniel Tovrov: Subscribe to Daniel's RSS feed Months of protests and social change in many countries in the Middle East and North Africa have again reached a simultaneous boil, and the latest round of Arab Awakening events has seen elections,
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Can Yemen's New Prime Minister Really Bring Peace?
(International Business Times) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 00:10:00 GMT

By Daniel Tovrov: Subscribe to Daniel's RSS feed Living up to his task of rebuilding the national government, Yemen's transitional president Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi named opposition leader Mohammed Basindwa as the country's new prime minister on Sunday
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Yemen army shelling kills 9 al-Qaida suspects: official
(China Post) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 00:10:00 GMT

ADEN--Yemen's army shelled suspected al-Qaida positions in the capital of the troubled Abyan province, killing nine militants in its battle to win control of the city, a local official told AFP on Monday. An army unit commanded by dissident General Ali
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Nine alleged members of al Qaeda killed by the army in Yemen
(Ennahar) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 00:10:00 GMT

The Yemeni army forces killed nine suspected members of Al Qaeda, among them Yemenis and foreigners, on the night from Sunday to Monday in Zinjibar south of the country, security sources said. The Yemeni army forces killed nine suspected members of Al
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Yemen: Opposition Negotiates New Gov´t, Protests Continue
(Prensa Latina) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 00:10:00 GMT

28 de noviembre de 2011, 11:49Sanaa, Nov 28 (Prensa Latina) Opposition member Mohammed Basindwa on Monday started talks on forming a unity government in the country, a management that seems to alienate him from protesters who demand to judge President
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Nobel peace laureate calls for ICC Yemen probe
(CBS News) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 00:10:00 GMT

(AP) THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Nobel peace laureate Tawakkul Karman urged the International Criminal Court prosecutor Monday to launch an investigation into the violent crackdown on dissent in Yemen by the country's former president.
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Yemen - President Saleh urges ruling party, opposition to abide by Gulf initiative
(ISRIA (registration)) 2011-11-28 - Retrieved at: 2011-11-29 00:10:00 GMT

President Ali Abdullah Saleh has decreed a general amnesty for all those who have committed errors during the crisis. At a meeting for the General Committee of the General People's Congress (GPC) and the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Sana'a,
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