The most recent developments in Yemen including the deadly clashes in the capital Sana’a and the refusal of President Saleh to conclude a GCC power transition deal raised fears whether Yemen will fall in civil conflict, especially as President Saleh continued to blame the unrest on others and warn of war. (more…)
Yemen’s embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh refused to sign a GCC-brokered power transition deal on Sunday, shortly after his party and its partners concluded the deal that would see him out of power in return for immunity from prosecution and end month-long protests. (more…)
At least 42 people were killed and hundreds injured, tens in critical condition, when the security forces and the government supporters attacked the protesters in the square of change outside Sana’a University in Yemen’s capital on Friday.
SANA’A, YEMEN- Several people were killed and a countless number of others, hundreds maybe a thousand, injured, many seriously, in some Yemeni cities including the capital Sana’a where the security forces attacked early Saturday morning the tens of thousands of the sit-inners outside Sana’a University. (more…)
An anti-government sit-inner died from his injuries on Wednesday a day after riot police and pro-regime bullies opened fire at and sniped a group of the thousands of the youths who have been conducting a sit-in outside Sana’a University in Yemen’s capital for a fourth week. (more…)