Politically-motivated crimes, as well as conventional crimes, have been on steady rise since 2011 in Yemen. Terror attacks have now reached an unprecedented level and their victims and targets even include hospitals such as the case of the attack on the Defense Hospital in Sanaa in December 2013. Terror attacks also target school kids as illustrated by the suicide bombing that hit a bus of schoolgirls on their way back from school in the central city of Radaa in December 2014.
Yemeni Spring, Crime Spring
Articles from Yemen
Mwatana Releases Human Rights Documentary “Waiting for Justice” on civilian victims of US drones in Yemen
“Waiting for Justice” is a human rights documentary released by Mwatana Organization for Human Rights to shed light on civilian victims of US targeted killings conducted through drone strikes in...
Yemen’s local councils are responsible for the day-to-day provision of basic public services to 26 million Yemenis and are amongst the most crucial institutions of governance in the country.
If you plan a shopping trip to Gamal Abdel Nasser Street, one of Sana’a’s busiest and most bustling commercial avenues, to buy clothes or jewelry or anything else during an...