Shalal sheds light on hunger strike at Bir Ahmed prison

Aden security chief, Major General Shalal Ali Shaya revealed for the first time, what's going on behind the scenes of the hunger strike at Bir Ahmed prison in Aden, accusing the Muslim Brotherhood of ... »

Al-Sayed and Al-Buhar accuse Qatar and legitimacy of supporting terrorism

Director of the security department in Lahj governorate, Brigadier General Saleh Al Sayed and the commander of Shabwa Elite Forces, Lt. Col. Mohammed Salem Al-Buhar explicitly accused Qatar and legiti... »

Yahya Abu Hatem:The UN does not seek to solve the Yemeni crisis but seeks to manage it only.

The 'Al-Ghad Almushreq' TV channel on Tuesday evening hosted an interactive program in which the host Fares Albel invited the military expert Brigadier Yahya Abu Hatem, the political analyst Abdul Kar... »

Al-Attas: Unity is the basis of the crisis.. Southerners thwarted Houthi plans

Former Yemeni Prime Minister and Advisor to the President, Eng. Haidar Abu Bakr Al-Attas said that the unity between North and South is over and it's the main reason for the current crisis in Yemen.... »

STC demands an immediate referendum on the secession issue

As the UN votes to move monitors to flashpoint city of Hodeidah, southern Yemeni leaders demand an independent south, warning peace cannot be achieved if secession demands are ignored... »

US: a government in Yemen could not be formed of one confession or one sect

US Ambassador to Yemen Mathew Tueller underlined the international community’s united stance towards the Yemeni crisis and its strong support to UN Envoy Martin Griffiths.... »

UAE reveals its position on Yemen talks and sends a message to Iran

The push for a new round of peace talks on Yemen next month gathered political momentum on Wednesday, as both the United Arab Emirates and the United States announced their support for the negotiation... »

Britain makes clear accusations and threats against Houthis

British Ambassador to Yemen Michael Aron accused the Iran-backed Houthi militias of hindering the delivery of food aid to the Yemeni people, which is aggravating the country’s humanitarian crisis.... »

Jamal Mohsen: the port of Aden will restore its leading place

The web editor-in-chief of al-Yeman al-Arabi, Dr. Jamal Mohsen expressed his confidence that the port of Aden would return to be the first port in the Arab world and would be in a leading position in ... »

Al Jaadi to Der Speigel: We have a clear economic plan for the South

In an exclusive interview with 'Der Spiegel' International newspaper, member of the praesidium and assistant, General Secretary of the Southern Transitional Council Fadhl Aljaadi spoke about the econ... »

Shatara: The South is free as the legitimacy and Islah delay victory

Member of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council, Lutfi Shatara poked fun at those who say that the separation from the North will lead internal conflict in the South, affirming that the ... »

Exclusive interview with BBC Arabic

Hani Ben Berek speaks about President Hadi , the January events and the Muslim Brotherhood

Vice president of the Southern Transitional Council Sheikh Hani Ben Berek said that the aim of the European and US tour was to convey the image of the STC and the Southern issue.... »

Sheikh Hani: To re-attempt the already attempted is pointless

Vice president of the Southern Transitional Council, sheikh Hani Ben Brik gave an interview to BBC News Arabic during which he sent many clear messages to the inside and outside. ... »

Sheikh Hani talks on France 24 about the southern project

Vice President of the Southern Transitional Council, Sheikh Hani bin Brik sent an important messages the the people of the North to the effect that the South had clearly declared its project.... »

A Yemeni Banker Talks to Aden Press about the Present and Future of the Economy

The people continue to be crushed by the legitimate governments’ failure to operate in the liberated governorates. The evidence of this is clear in the deteriorating economic situation, which threats... »