According to reports by the Yemen Press Agency, the National Assembly of Sudan, or at least a coalition of members within said parliament, has issued a statement demanding full withdrawal of Sudan from the Saudi-led invasion force in Yemen.
Sunday saw another row of victories of the Yemeni Armed Forces and Popular Committees against the Saudi invasion force, inflicting many dozens of casualties on the invaders.
According to sources in the South Yemen Movement, at least 800 mercenaries from the Saudi-hired brigades of Tariq Afash, have been jailed by Emirati forces for desertion, after fleeing from battle against the Yemeni Armed Forces.
Pro-Saudi self-appointed "president of Yemen", Abdrabbuh Mansur al-Hadi, has once again sparked outrage, this time with a decision to appoint a person who does not even have Yemeni citizenship, to the position of Deputy Governor of one of Yemen's provinces.
The Yemeni Armed Forces and Popular Committees have carried out a highly successful simultaneous strike of 8 ballistic missiles, hitting several targets within Saudi Arabia
Millions of Yemenis came out to mourn and pay tribute to martyred president Saleh al-Sammad during his funeral in Sana'a on Saturday
President Al Samad, “the man of peace,” as he was described by the UN special envoy for Yemen Mr. Martin Griffiths. He was the man of determination: a profound personality mixed between a high qualified politician and a humble and
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) have reportedly summoned their top mercenary Tariq Afash, nephew of former president Saleh, in order to explain his failures.