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Noon Arabia · November, 2011

Yemeni by birth, Egyptian by choice, Arab by identity and a global citizen. A Political Science graduate with a minor in Economics, a blogger and activist for humanity and justice with a passion for arts, politics and poetry.
Blog: Notes by Noon
Twitter handle: @noonarabia

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Latest posts by Noon Arabia from November, 2011

25 November 2011

Yemen: Mixed Reactions as Saleh Finally Signs GCC Deal

There have been mixed reactions amongst Yemenis towards President Saleh's signing of the Gulf Cooperation Council deal; some are disappointed and skeptical, while others are joyful and relieved. Noon Arabia...

22 November 2011

Yemen: Will Saleh Sign the GCC Deal that the Youth Oppose?

Yemenis have patiently waited ten months too many for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down. Now he says he will sign a GCC brokered deal which transfers power to...

18 November 2011

Yemen: Reuters Yields to the Power of Twitter!

Yemeni netizens scored big time when their Twitter campaign 'Shame on Reuters' pressured the international news organisation to stop its stringer Muhammad Sudam, who has also been the Yemeni President's...

13 November 2011

Yemen: Netizens Accuse Reuters of Biased Reporting

Many people were shocked to find out that the reputable and trusted source of news Reuters, has employed Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh's personal translator and secretary since 2009, Mohammed...

11 November 2011

Yemen: Taiz is Bleeding while the UN Envoy is in Sanaa

Yesterday's arrival of the UN envoy Bin Omar to Sanaa didn't seem to deter president Ali Abdullah Saleh or his forces from defiantly committing more violence and atrocities in Taiz....

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