After 30 years of sowing corruption, monopolizing power, and exploiting the Yemeni people for your own interests and profit, looks like you got away, huh?
President Saleh has arrived in the USA, with his presidency at its end. But what next for Yemen?
Yemen’s ‘Life March’ has reinvigorated the Yemeni revolution.
Ali Abdullah Saleh finally signed the GCC initiative on Wednesday; does it mean the end of months of protest, and victory for the Yemeni revolution?
Tawakkol Karman, Yemeni Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, at the University of Michigan.
The Yemeni activist Tawakkol Karman has been jointly-awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, Kabobfest takes a look at her and the other five Arab Nobel winners.
President Saleh has given Yemeni’s a severely unwanted gift – his return.
A first hand account of Sunday’s protest in the Yemeni capital Sana’a; pro-government forces attacked and left at least 25 dead on the Sunday and up to 100 in the days that have passed since.
Protests in Yemen are in their 8th month, as government forces continue to attack protesters. This women is not cowed by the bullets.
Apparently she is the longest-serving female taxi driver in all of the Arabian Peninsula. According to Al Jazeera, Aisha Ibrahim, 73 of Eden, Yemen, has been behind the power steering before power steering was invented. She’s been driving the public for around for over 45 years. Te get a sense of how long that is, that’s longer than Muammar […]