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Latest News on Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi
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Dec 12, 2018
Yemen peace talks: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to attend last day of Sweden dialogueAntonio Guterres will hold meetings with the two Yemeni delegations and will address the closing session of this round of consultations, the UN said in a statement.
Oct 31, 2018
US defence secretary calls for ceasefire in Yemen, asks warring parties to meet with UN envoy in November to resolve crisisThe Pentagon chief said the US had been watching the conflict in Yemen "for long enough" and said he believes Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, who are in a US-backed coalition fighting Shiite Huthi rebels, are ready for talks.
May 23, 2017
US troops and Al-Qaeda militants clash in Yemen, officials confirmUS helicopters airlifted soldiers to a central Yemeni province where they clashed with suspected al-Qaida militants, killing at least seven of them.
Aug 14, 2016
Airstrike on Yemen school by Saudi-led coalition kills 10 children, wounds dozensAn airstrike on a school purportedly carried out by the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen killed at least 10 children and wounded dozens more on Saturday, Yemeni officials and aid workers said.
Sep 21, 2015
Yemen rebels release six foreign hostages, including two AmericansYemen's Shiite Houthi rebels have released six foreign hostages, including two Americans, and flown them to the Gulf country of Oman, which helped negotiate their release
Oct 10, 2014
Yemen: Shiite rebels force newly named PM to quitYemen's Shiite rebels rejected President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi's choice of a new prime minister.
Dec 06, 2013
Suicide car attack on Yemen's defense ministry kills 52, al-Qaeda suspectedAmong the dead at the Defense Ministry complex, which also houses a military hospital, were soldiers and civilians, including seven foreigners — two Germans, two Vietnamese, two Filipinos and one Indian, according to the Supreme Security Commission.