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Salem-News.com (Oct-08-2015 22:57)

Dozens of Emirati Militants Killed in Rocket Attack On Aden

The United Arab Emirate (UAE) soldiers were guarding the Qasr Hotel, where fugitive former Prime Minister Khaled Bahah, was allegedly housed.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Yemen At least 20 people are killed in rocket-propelled grenade attack on a hotel in the Yemeni city of Aden, reports say.

Those killed are said to be mostly soldiers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) guarding the Qasr Hotel, where a number of officials from the former Yemeni regime, including fugitive former Prime Minister Khaled Bahah, were allegedly housed.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-18-2015 23:13)

Pakistan Continues to Oppose Saudi Aggression in Yemen

WikiLeaks has provided proof of Saudi involvement in Pakistani internal affairs at all levels.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Pakistan flag The BBC, referring to a poll conducted by Buitms University in Quetta, reported that Pakistani opposition to Saudi aggression in Yemen is increasing and mentioned it as the turning approach of Pakistanis to Russia and it also evaluates future Saudi-Pakistani relations.

According to this poll, 87 percent of Pakistanis oppose the Saudi war, 84 percent of them are against Pakistan's participation in the war and more than 85% have introduced this war as Western countries' sedition.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-17-2015 22:43)

Saudi-UAE Plot to Divide Aden

Saudi Arabia and the UAE may be planning to jointly administer regions of Yemen particularly rich in oil reserves.

(SALEM, Ore.) - shiite fighter The plot of dividing the Aden and Hadhramaut region, which has targeted the independence of Yemeni territory, is the most recent conspiracy of the aggressors against the territorial integrity of Yemen.

This plan was introduced with the understanding that the US and Saudi Arabia are farther than ever from reaching their goals in Yemen; however, they are looking for solutions and new conspiracies so that they can force the Yemeni nation to surrender.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-13-2015 16:20)

Red Cross Chief Visits Yemen amid Humanitarian Crisis

The situation in Yemen for all living things is deteriorating.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Yemen destruction In late March, Saudi Arabia began its military aggression against Yemen – without a UN mandate – in a bid to undermine the Houthi Ansarullah movement and to restore power to fugitive former president.

The head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has traveled to Yemen to assess the crippling humanitarian crisis in the impoverished country, which has been under heavy bombardment by the Saudi military for more than three months.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-10-2015 10:42)

Yemenis in Tehran Gather to Protest Saudi Aggression Against Their Homeland

Yemenis called on countries participating in the Saudi coalition against Yemen to stop the war.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Yemeni protest Yemeni nationals living in the Iranian capital, Tehran, held a protest rally in front of the United Nation office in Tehran yesterday.

Protesters condemned the silence of the international community regarding Al-Saud regime's brutal aggression against the innocent people of Yemen, and called for breaking the unjustly silence.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-19-2014 22:12)

US: Yemen Drone Strike May Violate Obama Policy

Human Rights Watch releases 28 page report on attack.

(NEW YORK) - Abdullah Muhammad al-Tisi of Yakla holds a photo of his son Ali Abdullah Mohammed al-Tisi, who was killed in a US drone strike outside Rad`a, Yemen A deadly US drone strike on a December 2013 wedding procession in Yemen raises serious concerns about US forces’ compliance with President Barack Obama’s targeted killing policy, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.

The report is titled, “A Wedding That Became a Funeral: US Drone Attack on Marriage Procession in Yemen.”

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Salem-News.com (Dec-28-2013 12:07)

Yemeni Tribesmen Blow-up Pipeline in South

Four people were killed on Saturday and dozens wounded during clashes between security forces and armed secessionists in the southern Dalea province, medics and witnesses said.

(ADEN Voice of America) - Yemeni Yemeni tribesmen blew up a pipeline in the eastern Hadramout province on Saturday, disrupting oil flow two days after they seized an Oil Ministry building in the region, a local government official said.

The authorities face regular challenges from tribesmen who attack oil pipelines and power lines for reasons including demands for more employment and the release of jailed relatives.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-05-2013 09:33)

Yemen: Carry out a Thorough, Impartial and Immediate Investigation into the Attack on Radhwan Al-Haimi

On 2 October 2013, human rights defender Mr Radhwan Al-Haimi was attacked in Sanaa by individuals who told him they were Yemeni National Security officers.

(SANAA) - William Nicholas Gomes Radhwan Al-Haimi is Director of Nidal Al Taghyeer (Struggle of Change), an organisation working to protect human rights and freedoms, and a member of the Yemen Organisation for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms.

Human Rights Ambassador for Salem-News.com asked the Yemen's president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi to carry out a thorough, impartial and immediate investigation into the attack on human rights defender Radhwan Al Haimi.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-26-2013 10:40)

The Cluster Bombs of Boston and Drone Strikes of Yemen

Terrorism is committed with our tax dollars, in our name.

(ONTARIO Rabble.ca) - Drone over DC One day last week, I was in a Shawarma shop as the wall-to-wall TV coverage of the Boston manhunt provided the soundscape for lunch.

The gentleman behind the counter and I exchanged words of sadness about the sickness infecting those who would commit the kind of violence we saw at the end of the world-famous marathon.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-24-2012 10:39)

Saudi Arabia: Detention of Human Rights Defender Mr Issa Al Marzooq Nukheifi

William Nicholas Gomes asks the King of Saudi Arabia to intervene in a case involving a human rights defender.

(SALEM) - Mr Issa Al Marzooq Nukheifi Saudi Human Rights Defender Issa Al Marzooq Nukheifi has earned the wrath of his government by publishing uncomfortable truths about both Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

Arrested on 15 September 2012 by Mecca police and detained in Al Muwahad Prison in Mecca; Issa Al Marzooq Nukheifi was interrogated and repeatedly accused of inciting a protest.

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