Los separatistas yemeníes denuncian "nombramientos unilaterales" en el seno del Gobierno de coalición

Jan 16 2021
Europa press

Los separatistas del sur de Yemen han rechazado este sábado lo que han descrito como "nombramientos unilaterales" del presidente del país, Abdo Rabbu Mansur Hadi, al considerar que violan el acuerdo de Gobierno de coalición del que han comenzado a formar parte recientemente, así como los pactos de paz entre separatistas y sus ahora compañeros de ejecutivo con sede en la ciudad de Adén.

New Yemen gov’t sworn in after Saudi-brokered power-sharing deal

Dec 26 2020

Yemen’s President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi has sworn in a new government that was formed thanks to a power-sharing deal brokered by Saudi Arabia last year.

The 24-member cabinet, announced last week, was sworn in during a ceremony held on Saturday in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, where Hadi is living.

The new government, headed by Prime Minister Maeen Abdul Malik, represents Yemen’s northern and southern areas with equal numbers of members from each region.

Yemen's president announces new power-sharing government

Dec 19 2020
Arab News

Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi announced on Friday the formation of a power-sharing government, in accordance with the terms of the Riyadh Agreement jointly signed with the Southern Transitional Council (STC) in November last year.

He confirmed the appointment of Moein Abdel-Malik as prime minister and Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak as minister of foreign affairs.

“The government consists of 24 portfolios divided equally between the north and south, as stipulated in the Riyadh Agreement,” Hadi said. The announcement was made on Yemeni state TV late on Friday night.

Yemen death toll could hit 233,000 by 2020

May 31 2019
The Arab American News
The death toll in Yemen could reach 233,000 by the year 2020 as part of what the United Nations calls “humanity’s greatest preventable disaster”, a 60-page report has said.
Sixty percent of the projected death toll could be children under the age of 5, according to the report, titled “Assessing the impact of war on development in Yemen.”

Saudi Airstrike in Yemen Kills 12 Civilians, Including 7 Children

May 28 2019
Saudi Arabia

The United Nations confirmed that a Saudi-led airstrike on Friday killed 12 civilians, including seven children, in the southern city of Taiz. The U.N. said that at least 27 children in Yemen have been killed or injured over a period of 10 days. Friday’s attack came as Trump announced he was declaring a national emergency to push through $7 billion worth of U.S. weapons sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The declaration allows Trump to circumvent Congress, which has used the War Powers Resolution to oppose military support for the war in Yemen.

Yemen separatist leader says UAE 'occupying' south

May 27 2019
A leader in Yemen's southern separatist movement has accused the UAE of occupying the war-torn country's south

A leader in Yemen's southern separatist movement has accused the UAE of occupying the war-torn country's south, due to the Gulf state's military and economic presence in the region.

Ali Mohammed al-Saadi made the criticism in an online statement on Saturday, local media reported.

Half of kids in Yemen under five have stunted growth, UN says

May 16 2019
Since fighting broke out in Yemen four years ago, 7,300 children have been killed or seriously injured in the country, according to the United Nations. And around 360,000 children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition.
Half of the 5 million children in Yemen who are younger than five have irreversible stunted growth.

Yemen government accuses UAE of landing separatists on remote island

May 08 2019

The Yemeni government has accused the United Arab Emirates of landing around 100 separatist troops on a remote island in the Arabian Sea this week, deepening a rift between nominal allies in Yemen's war.

The UAE is one of the Arab countries fighting formally on behalf of Yemen's internationally recognized government against the Iran-aligned Houthi movement that controls the capital.

But the UAE has had a tense relationship with the government and has recruited thousands of fighters from a movement of southern separatists who have clashed with government troops.

Yemen's Saleh says ready to commit to U.N. peace terms

Oct 13 2015


Oct 12 Yemen's former president has vowed to honor a peace plan brokered by the United Nations in talks in Oman and to quit Yemeni cities if a Saudi-led Arab alliance stopped air strikes on the country.

Ali Abdullah Saleh also told the Lebanon-based al-Mayadeen television in an interview broadcast on Monday that he was ready to quit his position as head of the country's largest party, the General People's Congress (GPC), to facilitate an end to fighting that had killed more than 5,000 people.

Formation of High Popular Council for General Mobilization

May 06 2015
al Manar

Different factions across Yemen have established a national council aimed at uniting the local environment in Yemen against the US-backed Saudi aggression.

Sources in Sanaa told al-Manar that the Yemeni factions met on Wednesday in the capital, Sanaa, and formed the High Popular Council for General Mobilization.

The factions said the aim of forming such council is to “unite and strengthen the local front against the Saudi aggression,” and to “set dialogue with all the Yemeni factions,” the sources said.Yemen flag

Muwaladeen activist to the Yemen Times: “We demand to participate in this country.”

Jun 10 2014
The Yemen Times

On March 3, 2013, as a means of curbing illegal immigration, the Civil Status Authority implemented a ban on issuing identity cards to those unable to present legal documents proving their Yemeni nationality.

According to the ban, the provision of Yemeni identity cards for Muwaladeen (“mixed race”—in this case being the child of a Yemeni national and a foreign national) born in the Horn of Africa is to be stopped. However, Muwaladeen born in the Gulf, Europe, and Asia, provided their fathers were born in Yemen, can still be issued identity cards.

Thousands rally for south Yemen independence

May 21 2014
Al Arabiya News

Thousands of separatists rallied in Yemen's main southern city Aden Wednesday demanding renewed independence for the region on the 20th anniversary of a secession bid that was crushed by northern troops.

The demonstrators waved the flag of the formerly independent south and pictures of exiled separatist leader Ali Salem al-Baid as they commemorated the short-lived Democratic Republic of Yemen that was crushed in the 1994 civil war.

“We swear to God Sanaa will not govern us,” the protesters chanted. “Twenty years of oppression and resistance.”

Friends of Yemen urge clear timetable for constitution referendum, elections

May 19 2014
Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)

The Friends of Yemen urged the government in Sanaa to set out a clear timetable for a referendum on a constitution and subsequent elections in order to end the political, economic and security crises affecting the country.
"The Friends of Yemen reiterate that the only way to a united, peaceful, stable and prosperous Yemen is through the implementation of the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) Initiative," the group of 39 nations and organisations, meeting in London on Tuesday, said in their final communique.