Guelleh: Houthis have completely destroyed Yemen

The president of Djibouti has lauded Saudi Arabia’s efforts to protect and ensure the safety of transportation and prevent “interventions” from sabotaging security of transportation along the “very se... »

Aden Hails The Queen (1954)

Britain's young Queen Elizabeth arrived by sea on 27 April 1954 in Aden where she was greeted by the city and its people. ... »

ERC provides healthcare in Hadhramaut

The Emirates Red Crescent's (ERC) mobile clinic provided healthcare services to 543 beneficiaries in July 2022 in the Hadhramaut Governorate, the Emirates News Agency reported.... »

Helping Migrants Restore Dreams Lost to Trafficking in Yemen

Most migrants in Yemen endure unimaginable violence at the hands of traffickers. Khadija who left home for a better life, tells her story.... »

Houthi laid-mines still pose real danger in Shabwa

The pro-Iran Houthi rebels thousands' of landmines when they invaded some of Shabwa areas that caused and still causes a state of fear and panic among the people even after the liberation of all those... »

Yemeni engineer unveils nuclear-powered flying hotel

A conceptual aircraft designed by a Yemini engineer, science communicator and video producer Hashem Al-Ghaili has set the stage for a debate on the future of luxury flights.... »

Chieftain: 80% of Houthi-laid mines cleared in Shakhb

The Chieftain of Shakhb district in Al Dhale said that 80% of Houthi-laid landmines had been cleared in his area by the demining teams of Masam. He affirmed that area was saturated with Houthi-laid la... »

UNICEF: Yemen has become a living hell for children

Eight years into the conflict in Yemen, the situation is only getting worse. Children in Yemen face incredible threats to their survival. ... »

Watch: Aden youth celebrate wedding of cats

A group of youth had gathered purportedly in Aden to celebrate the wedding of two cats.... »

FAO, World Bank support beekeeping in Yemen

Yemen produces some of the best and purest honey in the world. The country’s tradition of beekeeping goes back to the 10th century.... »

Grundberg briefing to Security Council

The Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, said that the truce in the country, that started on 2 April, has already had "a considerable positive impact on the daily lives of... »

Dubai Civil Defence receives approvals to use drones

The General Directorate of Civil Defence in Dubai has received approvals to use unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the Emirate, state news agency WAM announced Saturday.... »

Fighting against Fall Armyworm Launched in Yemen

Yemen was the first country in the Arab region to be affected by the Fall armyworm (FAW), an insect that feeds on leaves and stems on more than 80 crop species. ... »

Masam's panel discussion on landmine in Yemen

Masam's xperts discussed the astronomical scale of landmine planting across Yemen, as well as the new types of landmines and other improvised explosive devices found across Yemen's liberated areas.... »

IDP: No way to rejoice in Ramadan

Since conflict in Yemen escalated in March 2015, more than 10,200 children have been killed or injured. Widespread economic collapse and overstretched national systems and services have left 70 percen... »
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