ADEN- Armed clashes erupted on Thursday in Yemen’s southern province of Aden between unknown militias, Yemen Press Agency quoted local sources as saying. The clashes took place in Khor Maksar district, nearby the international airport road, one of the sources said The
The Southern Transitional Council (STC), a UAE-backed South Yemeni separatist organisation, has officially rejected all cooperation with, or participation in, the Saudi-backed regime of Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi. The rejection comes days after Hadi dismissed his second-in-command Ahmed bin Daghr and
UAE occupation forces have moved to forcibly disarm several tribes of the Shabwah governorate, leading to fears that they seek to end the long-lasting autonomy of Yemen's tribes.
Several senior members of the Hadi regime have left Yemen on Sunday for refuge in Saudi Arabia and Egypt, while UAE forces and South Yemeni separatist militias are reported to have effectively taken control over the city of Aden.
The southern Yemeni port city of Aden, which is under Saudi-UAE military occupation, is sinking ever deeper into chaos and bloodshed. On Wednesday, mass protests against the invaders shut down much of the city, while at the same time violent
Representatives of the South Yemeni seperatist Southern Movement have held a press conference in the Yemeni capital of Sana'a, in which they called for the inhabitants of southern Yemen to confront and expel all Saudi-led invasion forces, marking a possible
The UAE military headquarters in Aden was attacked on Thursday evening by a revolutionary group opposed to the Saudi-UAE occupation of Yemen.
A leader of the South Yemeni separatist organisation called the Revolutionary Movement Council has called for mass demonstrations in the Hadhramaut city of Mukalla, in order to protest against the Saudi coalition's arrest and illegal imprisonment of influential separatist Hussein
Once again, protests have swept across Aden, demanding the overthrow of the Hadi regime and an end to Saudi occupation of Yemen's south. Protesters have taken to blockading main roads in the city, specifically barring access to petroleum transport