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President meets Interior Minister, Central Security Commander
[24 January 2018]
President meets head of Supreme Judicial Council
[23 January 2018]
President meets Minister of State for Parliament, Shura Affairs
[23 January 2018]
Presidency Director meets United Nations Resident Representative
[22 January 2018]
206 prisoners involved in December sedition released in Sanaa
[21 January 2018]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Army, committees carry out attack in Taiz
[24 January 2018]
Saudi-paid mercenaries killed in Jawf
[24 January 2018]
2 civilians killed in Saudi airstrike on Sanaa
[24 January 2018]
Numbers of mercenaries killed, injured by attack in Jawf
[24 January 2018]
Aggression airstrikes hit 3 of its mercenaries' military vehicles in Marib
[24 January 2018]
 
  Reports
Report: Army, committees attack Saudi army, its mercenaries in battle fronts over Monday
[23 January 2018]
Report: 9 civilians killed, 6 injured in 37 Saudi aggression airstrikes, attacks on Yemen during one day
[23 January 2018]
Report: Army, committees conducts ground attacks against Saudi Army, its mercenaries Over Sunday
[22 January 2018]
Report: 35 Saudi-led aggression coalition airstrikes hit Yemen provinces over Sunday
[22 January 2018]
Report: 2 civilians killed in 24 Saudi-led aggression coalition airstrikes over Yemen on Saturday
[21 January 2018]
 
  International
FM meets UN political affairs official
[23 January 2018]
Yemen's Revolutionary President bids farewell to UNOCHA coordinator
[22 January 2018]
Minister of Planning, UN official discuss coordination
[22 January 2018]
UN, aid partners launch largest humanitarian appeal for Yemen
[22 January 2018]
Yemen calls on power countries to stop selling arms to coalition's states
[21 January 2018]
  Press
26 September, June 17, 2004
[24/June/2004] The Editorial:
The newspaper’s editorial says the importance of the active participation of president Ali Abdulla Saleh in the G-8 summit lies in its objective expression of the soundness of the Yemeni vision that associated its welcome of the political reforms with the help of the rich countries to the poor ones in areas of economic reforms in a manner enabling them overcome crises of development and surmount its challenges as it is considered the main hindrance of any genuine political change towards democracy. It is indicated by the embodiment of political and partisan freedoms as well as the freedom of the press, the woman participation and respect of human rights in a way the government political institutions become an expression of their peoples’ will as they are the goal of development and the foundation of any positive change in their societies. The association also linked Yemen’s vision of the reforms to successes in fighting terror phenomenon by tangible achievements in the area of fighting poverty as it forms a fertile environment for the growth of terror. Yemen’s stand has proceeded from its experiment in fighting this phenomenon by dealing with its causes and factors leading to it. Yemen realizes that terror phenomenon threat of security and stability undermines all the efforts exerted for the achievement of development and economic progress parallel to the change and political alteration meeting requirements of its peoples and expressing their interests and aspirations.
In its submission of this vision to the summit, Yemen gives a sum up of an experience of its democratic experiment that began with its restoration of its unity on 22 May 22 1990.


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