Yemen, UNHCR discuss support of IDPs
Minister of the Local Administration Abdul-Raqeeb Fatah discussed on
Wednesday with Regional Representative of the UN High Commissioner for
Refugees (UNHCR) to the States of the Gulf Cooperation Council the
possibility of conducting a joint program in the field of shelter and
reconstruction of homes of displaced families in the liberated areas.
The details of using the name of Emirates by Brotherhood in extremist activities in London
In November 25, 2013 the London-based newspaper The Daily Telegraph
reported that the London-based Emirates Center for Human Rights
organized two seminars in both Houses of Parliament in March and
September, and called for them bodies linked to the Muslim Brotherhood
and Hamas represented in the "Islamic Foundation of Cordoba," which
described by British Prime Minister David Cameron as "the political
facade of the Muslim Brotherhood."
AL GORAF Airport in Trim city
AL GORAF Airport is first airport runway sandy 1400-yard length, and it receives three flights a week Dakota model, it is unique way for contact outside world.
Yemen: a place of hunger and misery
Hunger is the most dominant thought on Yemenis minds during this period.
After months of living without their salaries, the public sector
employees, the majority of employees in Yemen, are living in dire
conditions. Neither the cabinet of the Internationally-recognized
president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi nor Ansar Allah and the GPC’s
power-sharing government, called the Supreme Political Council, have
been able to pay the monthly YER 75 Billion salaries. Most Yemeni’s are
living in very difficult and miserable conditions.