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Information source: Al Jazeer's office in Yemen closed
[09/April/2011]


SANA'A, April 09 (Saba)- Security authorities in the capital Sana'a have closed the office of Al-Jazeera TV Channel with sealing wax, and withdrawn the license granted to it by Yemeni Ministry of Information.

An official information source has explained that this final action came after the persistence of Al-Jazeera in implementation of a sabotage scheme aimed to inciting strife, hatred and fighting in a number of provinces of Yemen.

The source added that Al-Jazeera has also committed a series of frequent legal violations and not complied with impartiality , objectivity and professional rules, in addition to its exaggeration and its attempt to foment sedition when dealing with what going on at the Yemeni arena.

"In view of the overt and repeated interventions in Yemen's affairs by suspicious media, Al-Jazeera's office in Sana'a was closed with sealing wax ", the source said.

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