The people of previous south Yemen demand disengagement from the Yemen Republic after the failure of the unification which was 1990 , do you support :
SANA’A- (Saba)- London'adenpress'- President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi met here on Tuesday with the Liaison Committee headed by Abdul-Karim al-Eryani.…
Aden-London 'adenpress'- Security forces clashed with protesters in several cities across Yemen at the weekend, leaving at least four people…
London – BBC – ‘ adenpress’- An insurance fraud gang in Yemen had a British marine shipping surveyor killed, an…
WAM- Aden – London” adenpress”- In pursuance of the directives of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan's…
London – Global voice s – “ adenpress”- After the “swift” military victory over Al-Qaeda and recapture of the three…
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 June 2011 13:15 Saturday, 18 June 2011 12:58
My surreal afternoon with Yemen's president.
FP-BY LAUREN GOULDING
The first time I met Ali Abdullah Saleh, I had recently emerged from the ocean. I was unkempt, hair damp and tangled, legs unshaven. It was last December, and Yemen's president was visiting the island of Socotra, off Yemen's southern coast. The president invited the handful of tourists on the beach to sit with him in a three-walled hut overlooking the sea. We exchanged a few banal phrases, mostly about how lovely the island was, and later ate young goat and rice with Saleh and his entourage.
Friday, 17 June 2011 23:13
London “ adenpress’ By: Abdullah Alasnag – Ex. Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Yemen
“A roller coaster to hell” was the description of current affairs in Yemen given by a government official. With the Yemeni dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh hospitalized in the Saudi capital Riyadh, the four thugs are continuing the destructive path they laid for their almost dethroned “god father” president.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 June 2011 00:07 Monday, 13 June 2011 23:53
WASHINGTON – AP - London – ‘adenpress’
Defence secretary Robert Gates sounded cautiously optimistic Monday about developments in troubled Yemen, where the government and opposition tribes have engaged in armed clashes and pushed the country toward civil war.
Monday, 13 June 2011 23:33
Aden – ‘adenpress’ By - Yusuf Abdulhamid
The south of Yemen – and in particular Aden – is quite well known for the respect women get while walking or driving on roads, and while moving about alone in lanes and by lanes, and climbing stairs of a building. It has nothing to do with politics or religion, but good manners strengthened by family traditions. It is the dignity of character in youngsters – male and female – which has been imbued in us by our elders
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