BY NY Staff Yemeni activist and 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakul Karman has announced her willingness to help and support wounded protesters and the families of slain protesters through the donation of the cash portion of her Nobel Prize … Continue reading →
Anwar al-Awlaki, the US-born Islamic cleric killed in a US drone attack in Yemen last year, had been in American custody at least twice but was released, according to a human rights group.
A Saudi diplomat and his bodyguard have been killed after their car was raked with gunfire in Yemen.
By NY Staff The Yemeni Council of Ministers has prohibited the importing and trading of organic materials mentioned in the Stockholm Convention, which the Yemen government ratified in 2004. The decision was made in to protect the environment and people’s … Continue reading →
By: Bushra Al-Ameri Tofolati (‘My Childhood’) and Janati (“My Paradise”), Yamnat organizations for women’s and children’s development, held a symposium entitled “The Rights of the Yemeni Child, Between Theory and Implementation” in Sana’a last Tuesday. The symposium was held on … Continue reading →
By: Asma Al-Mohattwari The United Nations Development Program’s (UNDP) Youth Economic Empowerment Project recently held a workshop focused on ‘Participatory Market Needs and Training Needs Assessment’ in Sana’a, Aden and Taiz Governorates. Kawkab al-Thaibani, a Youth Empowerment Project Communications/Advocacy National … Continue reading →