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· April, 2007

Stories about Yemen from April, 2007

Egypt: Inheriting Presidencies?

Following the success of former Syrian president Hafez Al Assad of handing down power to his son Bashar, who now rules Syria, Egyptian blogger Zeinobia argues that the inheritance of...

Yemen: Sa'ada War Continues

Away from the prying eyes of international media, the war in the Yemeni province of Sa'ada continues, reports blogger Jane Novak. “Civilians trapped in Dhahyan as it is bombed and...

Yemen: New Role for Women

Blogger Jane Novak links to a news article which says that the Executive Office of Islah Party in Aden affirmed its intent to grant women wide chances of assuming posts...

Yemen: Saving the Somali Refugees

Moments in Words from Hadhramout writes about the situation of Somali refugees in Yemen.

Yemen: Widening Secratrian Rift

Blogger Jane Novak links to an article which sheds light on a widening rift in the relations between various sectarian and religious groups in Yemen.

Arabisc: Why People Are Different; Women Wear the Hijab and Flickr is Banned!

In today's quick tour of Arabic blogs, we will make three stops. Our first is in Yemen, where we see a blogger's take on why people are born different from...

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