February 5, 2013
The document, obtained by NBC News, shows how senior U.S. officials can act with impunity, outside of normal legal procedures.
Multimedia exhibition, 'Last of the Dictionary Men', will run in London's Mosaic Rooms in February and March, telling the story of a century-old settlement of Yemeni sailors in Britain's South Shields.
The World Bank stressed yesterday its commitment to ensuring all funding granted to Yemen at a Riyadh meeting will end up in government coffers.
February 3, 2013
The country's embattled military have pushed al Qaeda militants out of town in the South after three days of clashes.
January 29, 2013
The U.S. Navy assisted Yemeni forces in capturing the vessel bound for insurgents in Yemen.
January 28, 2013
After three foreign hostages are taken by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the country's government move in to try to free them.
January 27, 2013
Thousands of protestors took to the streets in Yemen on Sunday as a U.N. Security Council delegation met to discuss national reconcilliation.
Yemen has chosen to tackle its political quagmire and potential ongoing turbulence by going to the table for talks. They are due to take up the diplomatic option to cure their ails at their National Dialogue, whose date is still to be determined.
January 24, 2013
An assassination campaign targeting military officers is intended to destabilize the country.
The latest report released by the International Labor Organization, says there are 1.5 million children currently working in Yemen.
January 23, 2013
Are reports of Saeed Al Shehri's death greatly exaggerated?
January 21, 2013
A U.S. drone strike on a car in Maarib, east of Yemen's capital Sanaa, on Monday killed two suspected al-Qaeda militants.
The third Arab Economic and Social Development Summit kicks off in Riyadh on Monday aiming to boost economic integration and tackle people’s aspirations amid the Arab world’s turbulent political changes.
Yemen's parliament approved the budget for the 2013 fiscal year worth $13 billion
January 20, 2013
Gunmen in southeast Yemen have blown up an oil pipeline that transports some 8,000 barrels per day to export terminals on the Gulf of Aden, suspending operations, a local official said on Saturday.