23 Yemenis Killed in US-Saudi Air Strikes,
Fighting Continues Between Forces of the Two Rival Governments
September 22, 2016
Saudi-led raids kill 20 Yemeni civilians in Hodeida, September
US drone strike kills two AQAP suspects in Marib eastern Yemen,
September 21, 2016
|Site of a Saudi air strike
on a truck, in Shabwa, Yemen, September 18, 2016
||Site of a Saudi air strike
on a truck,on Sana'a, Yemen, September 18, 2016
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US drone strike kills two AQAP suspects in Marib eastern
Al-Masdaronline-Yemen, Sana'a, Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Two AQAP suspects were killed in a drone air strike Tuesday's night in
Marib province northern Yemeni capital of Sana'a. Xinhua news
" A drone stroke yesterday a fou-wheel vehicle
in the eastern borders of Marib city.
" A local official told
The strike has killed two suspects were in the car which
US drones have been active on Yemeni sky and
carry out attacks on sites and vehicles of extremist militias and AQAP
operatives killing of tens of them including leaders and senior
Saudi-led raids kill 20 Yemeni civilians in Hodeida
Saudi-led air strikes killed 22 civilians and injured around 90
others in the rebel-held Yemeni port city of Hodeida late Wednesday just
hours after the rebels celebrated the second anniversary of their
seizure of the capital.
The raids hit the Suq al-Hunod district of Hodeida.
A government official said the residential neighbourhood was
"probably hit in error."
He said the presidential palace in Hodeida was also hit.
Pictures from Suq al-Hunod showed residents combing the rubble under
arclights in a search for survivors.
Children were among the dead photographed at a city mortuary.
The Saudi-led coalition has been repeatedly criticised for the high
civilian death toll from its 18-month-old bombing campaign in support of
Hodeida is the main port of entry for food, medicines and fuel for
the millions of needy civilians in rebel-held areas of Yemen.
An old man killed and 6 others injured by Saudi-led
coalition's air strike on Yemen's old city of Sana'a
Al-Masdaronline-Yemen-Sana'a, Tuesday, September 20, 2016
old man killed and six others of the same family injured Tuesday's early
morning when an unexploded missile by air jets of Saudi-led coalition
hit their house beside Yemen's National Security Bureau office in Sana'a
northern Yemen. Local sources told Al-Masdaronline
sources said that Hajj Mohammed Al-Maswari was killed and 6 others of
his family members wounded as an unexploded missile fired on their house
by air fighter of Saudi-led coalition in the historical Old City of
Sana'a in Yemeni capital.
The coalition air fighters Tuesday's
early morning targeted, with several air strikes, the office of National
Security Bureau in Old City of Sana'a in Yemeni capital. NSB a Yemen
main intelligence agency under control of Houthi militia.
Houthis confirm kidnapping an American teacher in Sana'a, and
accuse him of spying
An American English teacher in Yemen was Kidnapped by Houthis militia
in the capital on Tuesday.
Today, Naif Al Qanes, who is a member
of Houthi Revolutionary Committee, published a photo of the American
teacher on his Twitter account and said "this American was arrested
after confirming that he gives the coordinates to the Saudi-led
The American teacher, Peter Williams, is the manager
of Exceed Language Center in Sana'a.
There were conflicting
reports on where the teacher was taken. Yemeni officials told the
Associated Press that he was taken from his home in Sanaa.
However, Reuters reported that armed men in civilian clothing entered a
school and forced the teacher in their car, while other faculty and
students looked on.
"We were shocked when the armed group
entered the building. They got to his office and took him to an unknown
location," a Yemeni teacher at the school told Reuters.
rebels known as Houthis captured Sanaa in 2014, and are allied with
security forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
The civil war in Yemen has led to the remaining Americans in the country
to be detained on suspicion of espionage by the Iranian-backed Houthis.
The Houthis accuse the U.S. of arming and supporting the Saudi-backed
coalition which has intervened in the conflict to aid Yemeni government
Oman had previously facilitated the release of two other
Americans held by the Houthis.
Unknown gunmen blow up gas pipelines in Shabwa Sothern east
Yemen: Security Official
Al-Masdaronline-Yemen, Shabwa, Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Unknown gunmen exploded a major gas pipeline on Wensday in Jardan area,
Shabwa province southern east Yemen. Said Awadh Al-Dahboul, Security
director of Shabwa province .
The director condemned the attack
describing the attacker as "culprits" but he did not indicate clearly
the identities of those perpetrators.
Security authorities will
work on tracking the evidences and detecting those responsible; a team
now is in the scene to collect evidence and screen the site. Added the
Awadh confirmed that Security Supreme Committee
will soon implement a plan to secure all vital and important facilities
in the governorate of Shabwa.
The attack came days after Yemen
President Abd-Rabbu Mansur Hadi appointed new governor to Yemen Central
Bank and ordered the bank to move to the government-held southern city
Houthi armed group have plundered 1.8 USD billions
from the central bank headquarter in Houthi controlled capital city of
Sana'a throughout the last 18 months , according to the Yemeni
Fingers are pointed on gunmen associated with Houthi
armed group and former president Ali Abdullah Saleh who object the
decision of relocating the central bank from which they have been take
Liquid gas which is exported from Shabwa is one of
the most important economy revenue to Yemen, and the resumption of
production, will, support the collapsing Yemen's economy with millions
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Saudi jets wage
raids on Shabwa
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The Saudi aggression
fighter jets waged on Saturday two air raids on Asilan district of
Shabwa province, an official said.
The raids targeted al-Mablaga
area in the district, causing huge damage to the citizens' property.
Army shelling hits
gathering of Riyadh's mercenaries in Taiz
The army has fired artillery against a gathering of
Saudi aggression mercenaries in Dhubab city of Taiz province, a military
official said on Saturday.
The shelling killed and wounded scores
of them and destroying a number of military vehicles and equipment
belonging to those mercenaries, the official added.
raids on Razeh
aggression on Saturday waged raids on Razeh district in Sa'ada province,
a security official said.
The hostile warplanes targeted al-Hajlah
area with two raids causing a burn a number of cars, the official added.
Some citizens' houses were also damaged by the raids, he said.
warplanes raid Jawf
The Saudi war
jets have launched two air raids on al-Maslob district of Jawf province
late on Friday night, an official said.
The raids targeted
Alsaqia area in the district. No casualties were reported.
Saudi warplanes raid
warplanes waged raids on Hodeidah province on Saturday morning, an
The enemy fighter jets launched 11 strikes
targeting the 10th brigade and two more air attacks against Hodeidah
airport, said the official.
Saudi aggression jets
wage raids on Sana'a
aggression fighter jets launched late on Friday four air raids against
Blad al-Rous district of Sana'a province, an official said.
war jets targeted Naqil Yasleh mountain highway four times, causing
large damage in the public road and people's property., said the
Saudi raid kills five
people in Serwah
Five people were
killed on Friday in a Saudi air raid on Serwah district in Mareb
province, a local official said.
The official added the hostile
warplanes targeted the house of Ali Nasser al-Duwesha in Wadi al-Zagan
area in the district, killing Ali Nasser al-Dawesha himself and his four
kills two in Sa'ada
were killed on Friday in a Saudi air raid in Sa'ada province, a security
The Saudi-led aggression warplanes targeted Gawr
Gamer area in Gamer district in Sa'ada , killing the two citizens in an
initial toll, the official added
Saudi aggression air
strikes kill, wound 15 citizens in Khawlan
At least 15 citizens were killed and wounded when a
Saudi aggression air strike struck their cars in Khawlan district of
Sanaa province on Friday, a security official told Saba.
official said the strike targeted the car of one of the area citizen,
causing large damage to nearby cars and houses, killing and injuring up
to 15 residents
wages raids on Serwah
aggression launched on Friday two raids on Serwah district in Mareb
province, a local official said.
The official added the hostile
airstrikes targeted Wadi al-Zagan area in the district.