Yemen News Agency (SABA)
Home      Local   International   Saudi Aggression on Yemen   Reports   About Yemen   Civil Society   Economic   About Saba  
Search | Advance Search
Army, popular committees target Saudi military vehicles in Najran
[24 November 2015]
Saudi aggression continues bombarding Sa’ada
[22 November 2015]
Army, popular committee purge mercenaries out of Al-Shabaka location
[22 November 2015]
Saudi soldiers killed in Jizan
[22 November 2015]
Saudi armored vehicles destroyed in Najran
[22 November 2015]
  Saudi Aggression on Yemen
Saudi aggression hits Sa’ada
[24 November 2015]
Saudi aggression launches 20 sorties against Serwah
[24 November 2015]
Army foils advance attempt on Dhubab, kills 20
[24 November 2015]
Aggression mercenaries killed, injured in Taiz
[24 November 2015]
Saudi aggression hits Hamdan district
[23 November 2015]
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]
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]
3-7 years in prison for Defense Ministry attackers

SANA'A, Dec. 15 (Saba) - A military tribunal sentenced on Saturday 93 soldiers and officers to 3-7 year in prison for an attack on the Defense Ministry in August, the 26september said Saturday.

Judge Abdul-Malik al-Arshi convicted the military men of offences including assaulting the defense complex in Sana'a on August 14, deserting their military posts, refusing the president's orders, refraining from carrying out military orders, opening fire, resulting in murder and attempted murder," the Defense Ministry's website said.

The military tribunal also acquitted five other men and delay the promotion of an officer for five years. It ruled that the convicted pay blood money to victims.


  more of (Local)
UPDATED ON : Tue, 24 Nov 2015 23:13:04 +0300