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Airstrikes Hit Yemen Former President...
Sanaa, Yemen
By Majdi Sultan Al-Howidy
09 May 2015

This video shows an alleged Saudi-led coalition airstrike on Yemen former president Ali Abdullah Saleh's house, located on Algeria Street in the capital Sanaa on 10 May 2015.

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Coalition Air Strikes Targeting al-Da...
al-Dali, Yemen
By Amged Sabeeh
31 Mar 2015

For the first time Saudi-led coalition air strikes target the 33rd Armored Brigade, loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh and backed up by the Houthis, in the town of Al-Dali, local sources say.

The video shows 33rd Armored Brigade positions minutes before the attack and then air strikes hitting the Jarbaa military base in Al-Dali, which the 33rd Brigade has taken over.

The 33rd Armored Brigade, along with Houthi militants, have been attacking the town of Al-Dali for the past few days but have been met with fierce resistance from al-Herak al-Janubi (‘Southern Movement’) separatists who have prevented them from entering the town.

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Clashes as Houthis Advance on Aden
Aden
By Dhaifallah Homran
25 Mar 2015

Aden, Yemen
March 25, 2015

Militants loyal to President Abed Rabbu Mansour Hadi clash in Aden on March 25, 2015 with Houthi-allied units of the army, supported by heavily armed Houthi fighters.

Parts of Aden are still under the control loyalist militias, however Houthi forces are making gains in some parts of the city.

A large number of people on Wednesday, March 25 morning reportedly tried to storm into a Yemeni army base in order to obtain weapons and clashed with forces loyal to President Abed Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

Hadi is said to have fled Aden as Houthi rebels advanced on the city after unidentified warplanes hit positions located near his residence. His whereabouts are unknown since fleeing the capital Sanaa to Aden, where Houthi fighters placed him under house arrest.

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Disarray as Houthis Advance on Aden
Aden
By Mohammed Attab
25 Mar 2015

Aden, Yemen
March 25, 2015

Video shows civilians running on the streets in Aden, south Yemen as heavy gunshots are heard. Houthi fighter and combatants loyal to ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh, which are allied to the Houthis, also appear manoeuvring military vehicles.
A large number of people on Wednesday, March 25 morning reportedly tried to storm into a Yemeni army base in order to obtain weapons and clashed with forces loyal to President Abed Rabbu Mansour Hadi.
Hadi is said to have fled Aden as Houthi rebels advanced on the city after unidentified warplanes hit positions located near his residence. Hadi’s whereabouts are unknown.
Hadi had fled the capital Sanaa to Aden, where Houthi fighters placed him under house arrest.

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Protestors in Ibb Support Saudi-led A...
Ibb
By Wahib Mashrah
28 Mar 2014

March 28, 2015
Ibb, Yemen

Protestors in the Yemeni city of Ibb take to the streets to demand the end of the Houthi coup. They wave the flag of Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations, in addition to Pakistan, involved in the coalition who are bombing Houthi positions throughout Yemen.

The protestors are also waving banners which say "No to War, Dialogue is the Solution", while accusing the Houthis of forcing the coalition to interfere in Yemen. The protestors also show their support for the Hadi government who are fighting against the Houthis.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (2 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

Saleh's Mont Blanc belt which he was wearing when he was blown up.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (3 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

The Patek Phillipe watch which Yemen's leader was wearing when he was blown up is on display. Yemen has the second highest rate of child malnutrition in the world, due to chronic poverty.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (5 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

Some of the gifts on display are slightly strange. These health food products from Sweden have inexplicably made the exhibition.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (6 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

A mosaic of the man people call "Al-Zaeem" or "The Leader"

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (7 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

Ali Abdullah Saleh pictured with Saddam Hussein, who is still very popular in Yemen.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (8 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

Ali Abdullah Saleh's trousers which he was blown up in in 2011 in an attempted assasination.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (9 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

A christmas card from Princess Anne to Ali Abdullah Saleh. Inexplicably displayed alongside memrobilia from "Spain, Portugal and Hungari” [sic]

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (10 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

Ali Abdullah sailing the Yemeni people through troubled waters. By an Unknown artist. Oil on Canvas.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (11 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

Not all the signage in the museum has been through a spell check.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (12 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

The museum takes up two large rooms, on the second floor of the immaculate Ali Abdullah Saleh mosque.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (13 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

Not all the signage in the museum has been through a spell check.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (14 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

The museum takes up two large rooms, on the second floor of the immaculate Ali Abdullah Saleh mosque.The museum takes up two large rooms, on the second floor of the immaculate Ali Abdullah Saleh mosque.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (15 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

The museum features over 2000 items gifted to Saleh in his 33-year rule in Yemen.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (16 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
04 Mar 2013

The Ali Abdullah Saleh mosque was completed in 2008 at a cost of nearly $60 million USD.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh museum (1 of 16)
Sana'a, Yemen
By Joe Sheffer
03 Mar 2013

Tony Blair's gift to Ali Abdullah Saleh is displayed alongside a blurry picture of the former president and the Queen. Saleh was once a darling of the west for his stance against Islamic insurgents.

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ALI ABDULLAH SALEH MUSEUM
Sana'a, Yemen
By Mais Istanbuli
02 Mar 2013

Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh has opened a museum dedicated to himself in a wing of the $60 million mosque named after the deposed leader. Saleh was forced from power in 2011 during the Arab Spring after Yemen was caught in the wave of protests which wracked the Middle East.

Most of the 2,000 or so items which are displayed in the museum were given to Saleh during his 33-year rule of the country including an antique weapon from President George Bush Snr. and a painting from former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Yet the center piece of the museum is a display of some of the items which Ali Abdullah Saleh was wearing when a there was an attempted assassination against him in 2011.

Mr. Al-Basha who has curated the museum and refers to Mr. Saleh as "Al-Zaeem" or "the leader" said that the inclusion of the singed trousers was for Yemen's youth who needed to know their country's history and that the former president was proud to display his burnt pants as a sign of his ongoing

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

A child in Sana'a, Yemen wears a picture of Ali Abdullah Saleh at a gathering where the ousted president made his first public appearance in 18 months.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

Supporters of all ages turned out at Sana'a's Al-Sabeen Square to show support for ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

A female supporter of Ali Abdullah Saleh was among the thousands who turned out for the ousted president's public speech in Sana'a, Yemen.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh Returns
Sana'a, Yemen
By U.S. Editor
27 Feb 2013

With a throng of supporters scrambling to get near the ex-president, Wednesday’s large-scale gathering was reminiscent of 2011, when in the midst of Yemen’s Youth Revolution, rival Friday demonstrations were held in Sana’a on a weekly basis: one for Saleh and the other for the pro-democracy protesters who sought an end to his 33-year-long presidency.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

Thousands of supporters turned out for ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh's first public appearance in 18 months, in Sana'a, Yemen.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

Ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh made his first public appearance in Yemen in 18 months at Al-Sabeen Square in Sana'a, Yemen.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

A supporter of Ali Abdullah Saleh at the ex-president's first public appearance in 18 months, in Sana'a, Yemen.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

Speaker of the Parliament and GPC Party member Yahya Al-Ra'i was among those present in Sana'a, Yemen for ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh's first public appearance in 18 months.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

People in Sana'a, Yemen pass through a security checkpoint en route to a gathering in honor of ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

Ali Abdullah Saleh's wore gloves to cover his hands, which sustained burn injuries during a June 3, 2011 assassination attempt in Sana'a, Yemen.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

Thousands of supporters turned out in Sana'a, Yemen for Ali Abdullah Saleh's first public appearance in 18 months.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

Supporters of Ali Abdullah Saleh performed the traditional 'barra' dance at the ousted president's first public appearance in eighteen months, in Sana'a, Yemen.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

A family Ali Abdullah Saleh supporters at a gathering in Sana'a, Yemen which was held in honor of the ousted president.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

On a large banner which also proclaimed that they were attending Wednesday’s gathering in Sana’a under the auspices of their sheikh, tribesmen from the town of Al-Qafra delivered the following message to United Nations Special Envoy to Yemen Jamal Benomar: “We will overcome your harassment with harassment of our own.”

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Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to public ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
27 Feb 2013

With a throng of supporters scrambling to get near the ex-president, Wednesday’s large-scale gathering was reminiscent of 2011, when in the midst of Yemen’s Youth Revolution, rival Friday demonstrations were held in Sana’a on a weekly basis: one for Saleh and the other for the pro-democracy protesters who sought an end to his 33-year-long presidency.

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THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF THE YEMENI ...
Sana'a, Yemen
By Mais Istanbuli
11 Feb 2013

On the two-year anniversary of Yemen’s Youth Revolution, Yemeni women, men, and children gathered on the streets to memorialize the day of their revolution against Ali Abdullah Saleh the former president of Yemen.

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Submission from Sana'a Yemen (1 of 2)
Sana'a, Yemen
By maryam.ishani
12 Dec 2012

In a marking of “12/12/12” (December 12, 2012) Yemenis nationwide were invited
to participate in a massive campaign to “Clean-up Yemen,” by painting walls,
sweeping streets or shoveling debris out of the way of road traffic.
The effort was led by the office of President Hadi, Yemen’s first president since the
2011 ousting of Ali Abdullah Saleh after an uprising that ended his 33-year rule.

Three men participate in the nationwide "Clean Up Yemen" day on Algiers Street in the capital of Sana'a on Wednesday

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Submission from Sana'a Yemen (2 of 2)
Sana'a, Yemen
By maryam.ishani
12 Dec 2012

In a marking of “12/12/12” (December 12, 2012) Yemenis nationwide were invited
to participate in a massive campaign to “Clean-up Yemen,” by painting walls,
sweeping streets or shoveling debris out of the way of road traffic.
The effort was led by the office of President Hadi, Yemen’s first president since the
2011 ousting of Ali Abdullah Saleh after an uprising that ended his 33-year rule.

Judge Khamis Salim Al-Daini cleans participates in
"Clean Up Yemen" Day in Sana'a outside his offices at the Supreme Council for Elections and Referendum where he serves as Vice-Chairman of the Commission on Wedensday.