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Saudi Arabia-led coalition airstrikes on Mokha is a war crime: HRW
[28 July 2015]
UN Secretary-General welcomes truce in Yemen
[27 July 2015]
UNICEF says $11 mln needed to rehabilitate damaged schools in Yemen
[25 July 2015]
Car bomb dismantled in Sana'a
[23 July 2015]
Official assassinated in Hadramout
[23 July 2015]
 
  Saudi Aggression on Yemen
Saudi raid targets school in Taiz, injures six
[27 July 2015]
Two killed, 14 injured by Saudi aggression in Shabwah province
[26 July 2015]
Saudi war jets bombs ex-president's house, kill two
[26 July 2015]
Saudi aggression kills 8 women in Taiz
[26 July 2015]
Over 60 people killed by Saudi bombing in Mocha
[25 July 2015]
 
  Reports
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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Millions of Yemenis renew promise of patriotism
[09/September/2011]


SANA'A, Sep. 09 (Saba) - Millions of Yemenis assembled on Friday in the public squares at the capital Sana'a and all governorates.

After performing Friday prayers, people staged demonstrations and rallies, renewing their pledge of patriotism and their commitment to maintain the security and stability of Yemen.

The crowds chanted slogans, expressing their love to the country and absolute loyalty to Allah and then to country, revolution and unity.

They reaffirmed their firm stands with the constitutional legitimacy and political leadership represented by President Ali Abdullah Saleh and refusing all forms of plots hatched by terrorists and saboteurs.

They also affirmed that the majority of the Yemeni people were standing with the constitutional legitimacy, accenting their readiness to stand beside the armed forces and security forces against any attempts to coup on the constitutional legitimacy.

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