An armed group, reportedly affiliated to #Houthis violently stormed into a private University in #Sanaa 2dy. #Yemen. pic.twitter.com/Zo6aaglCrs
— Afrah Nasser (@Afrahnasser) November 25, 2014
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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Friday, November 21, 2014
'Despite the danger and threats women human rights defenders face, we should be proud of the work we are doing,' Atiaf Al Wazir
Yemeni researcher and writer, Atiaf Al Wazir participated in an interactive web forum along with other women human rights activists from Egypt and Libya, organized by The Front Line Defenders organization, where Atiaf discussed the situation of human rights (and women's rights in particular) in Yemen. You may watch the video here.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
1) It all started with Yemen's newly assigned prime minister, Khaled Bahah when he posted a picture on his Facebook page, wearing the national team's outfit. Beside that it was a cool move of him, he certainly sent good vibes to our boys.
2) Also, Yemen's newly assigned Youth and Sport minister, Rafat al Akhali posted a group-selfi with the entire team and threw it over Yemen's social media ocean. Within minutes, the picture went viral across Yemen and the diaspora.