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Car bomb explodes in Sana'a, 35 hurt
[30 June 2015]
Army forces launch scud missile against Saudi military base
[30 June 2015]
Terrorist cell captured in Ibb
[29 June 2015]
258 stranded Yemenis abroad return home
[29 June 2015]
IED explodes in Sana'a, no causalities
[28 June 2015]
 
  Saudi Aggression on Yemen
Army targets Saudi military sites in Najran, Jizan
[29 June 2015]
Saudi aggression launches sorties against Mareb
[29 June 2015]
7 people killed, 20 injured by Saudi airstrikes
[27 June 2015]
Saudi aggression destroyed doctors residence at Haradh Public Hospital
[26 June 2015]
Citizens killed by Saudi air attacks
[25 June 2015]
 
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IDEX 2015 establishes Abu Dhabi's position in global defence industry
[25 February 2015]
Yemen needs 12 years to spend donors' pledges
[23 December 2014]
Political assassinations with unknown perpetrators
[20 November 2014]
Yemen's Friends steering committee report on national situation
[25 September 2014]
The Peace and National Partnership Agreement
[22 September 2014]
 
  International
M 5.9 earthquake jolts Taiwan
[21 May 2014]
Poll sees centre-right party winning EP elections
[21 May 2014]
Craftsmanship "the luxurious part of Germany's perfection"
[19 May 2014]
Egyptians abroad cast votes to choose new President
[15 May 2014]
5 Afghan soldiers killed in separate bomb attacks with day
[11 May 2014]
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Protest bomber arrested in Yemen
[18/February/2011]

TAIZ, Feb 18 (Saba) – The police arrested on Friday seven people including the main suspect in throwing a grenade at anti-government protesters in Taiz province injuring at least 16 people, all with minor injuries.

A security source said the police rushed to the protest site in Oseifra district after the incident and arrested suspect Muhammad Muqbil, the main suspect, along with six others.

The police are investigating the suspects and the source did not rule the thrower was a saboteur who wanted to inflame violence to divert the attention from the million-people protest in favor of the regime.

The source warned that saboteurs may join protests to illegal acts, affirming the security authorities will face any violent acts strictly as the people continue to express themselves with freedom in various Yemeni cities.

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UPDATED ON : Tue, 30 Jun 2015 22:02:32 +0300