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Eight-year-old Rawan was said to have died last week from internal haemorrhaging after sexual intercourse on her wedding night, after having been married to a man in his 40s in the northeastern province of Hajja.
The assailant, 20, was caught after he hurled a grenade that failed to explode at the Yemen-America Language Institute in west Sanaa, the official said.
The US had closed some two dozen embassies and consulates since August 4 after reported intelligence intercepts from Al-Qaeda suggested an attack was imminent
Both Washington and London pulled out diplomatic personnel from Sanaa on Tuesday, citing intelligence reports of an imminent AQAP attack
The unmanned aircraft “raided an Al-Qaeda vehicle in the Wadi Ser area destroying it and killing four militants”, officials said
The United States formally said for the first time on Wednesday that it had killed radical Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and three other US citizens in anti-terror strikes abroad.
By James M. Dorsey Football is defeating efforts by wealthy Gulf States to impregnate themselves against the wave of protests that have swept the Middle East and North Africa in the past two years and sparked a brutal civil war in Syria. Once a prince’s uncontested playing ground that allowed royals to curry favour, strengthen …
Yemeni tribe abducts two Egyptians to pressure the Yemeni government to meet their demands
Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports thousands of Egyptians entered Libya illegally this year
Young girl called Chancellor Haddad El-Gohary and informed him of her detainment
Despite numerous warnings from Foreign Ministry, Egyptians continue to enter other countries illegally
After remaining in Yemen for at least a week, Al-Negma Al-Dahbeya is finally returning home
Plunges ten places in World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index
Colonel Ahmed al-Ramada, deputy chief of political security in the city, was killed on his way to work
The transition deal was signed after months of anti-government protests and deadly clashes between pro- and anti-Saleh troops
On 5 November, hundreds of the militiamen, known as the Popular Resistance Committees, who fought alongside the Yemeni army to oust Al-Qaeda from southern towns last May, surrounded Fadhli’s home
A tribal source told AFP after the raid that a ground operation had taken place in Hadramawt, but would not confirm Shehri’s death.
Clashes between Shi’a and Sunnis in Yemen leave at least a dozen dead
US Department of Justice discloses list of 55 prisoners cleared for release
AQAP suggests in a statement the attack was in revenge for Al-Libi’s death, while the US is allegedly sending surveillance drones over Libya
Fail to assassinate targeted minister
Across the Middle East and beyond, protesters have demonstrated against US-made Islamophobic production
Protester shot dead as mob storms US embassy in Yemen
Daily News Egypt speaks to female revolutionaries
President sacks security officials loyal to ousted Saleh
Attempt on defence minister’s life day after Al Qaeda’s deputy regional head killed
Yemeni military declare the death of Sa’id Ali Al-Shihri
Warplane was targeting militants who find safe haven in Yemen due to ailing economy
UNHCR expresses concern over abuse by smugglers
Yemeni transport minister escapes assassination attempt