Press Summary from Yemeni news websites

Press Summary from Yemeni news websites



Prepared by Sarah Hassan

  1. Football player Nasser Arraymi and his son (pictured) were killed and two other children by a Houthi shell on a stadium in Taiz today (Saturday.)/Multiple websites.



  1. Sports Minister Nayef al-Bakri condemns the terrorist Houthi attack of today./Almashehad Aldowli.


  1. A [new] Cabinet without women members is unacceptable, ex-minister of human rights Hooriyah Mashehoor said./Aden Alghad




  1. Thousands of people took to the streets of [central Yemen] city of Taiz in angry “Demonstrations of the Hungry” over the serious fall of the national currency. The protesters called the Riyal depreciation a starvation policy blaming it on the Arab Coalition, the government and the Houthis alike./Multiple websites.

  2. Unifying ranks behind the legitimate government is a lifeline in the face of the Iranian agenda, says Information Minister Muammar al-Eryani./Saba

  3. Fifty one French MPs question their foreign minister over the transformation, in Yemen, of a TGPL facility to a UAE detention center. /Almashehad Alkhaleeji.



  1. An awards ceremony to honor 1000 wounded army members is being held in Taiz now./Crater Sky.


  1. Wounded army troops join Taiz protests against the Riyal depreciation./Alharf 28.

  2. As the Riyadh Agreement implementation begins, the Riyal slightly recovers./Multiple websites.

  3. Hamed al-Hunyashi, 18, has been killed in the explosion of a Houthi-laid landmine in Nehm east of Sana’a./Almashehad Alyemeni.


  1. The Islah pary said, “Implementing the Riyadh Agreement will lead to political and economic stability.” / Bawabati.


  1. A whisper in Antonio Guterres’ ear: The international assistance Yemen needs is that the UAE gets its hands off Yemen./Yemen Time.

  2. The UAE continues to support stability as well as education and health projects in Socotra./The Arab Network for News.

  3. Dozens of Houthi militants were killed in an ambush that foiled a massive attack on Marib, the second this week./Almashehad Alyemeni.



-The Houthi militia extort the UNICEF, suspending the aid the organization provides for public school teachers./ The Arab Network for News.  

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