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Disappeared nephew of Yemen's Saleh resurfaces in the south

The nephew of Yemen's late President Ali Abdullah Saleh has surfaced in the country's south, weeks after he disappeared amid violence in the capital, Sanaa. Brig. Gen. Tareq Mohammed Abdullah … Click to Continue »

In Yemen, 2018 looks like it will be another grim year

December brought some of the biggest shifts in Yemen’s civil war since a Saudi-led coalition entered the conflict in March 2015. On Dec. 4, former president Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed by members of the Zaydi Shiite Houthi movement with whom he had been allied until just a couple of days before. His death has […]

Saudi warplane crashes in Yemen; pilots escape

Incident comes as party of slain former president Ali Abdullah Saleh chooses its new leader.

Yemeni party names new leader after Saleh killed

DUBAI (Reuters) - The party of former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh named a new leader on Sunday after he was killed last month by the Iran-aligned Houthi movement his one-time allies in the country's civil war.

Yemeni ex-president Saleh's party names new leader: statement

DUBAI (Reuters) - Yemen's ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh's party named a new leader after he was killed by his one-time allies in the country's civil war, the Iran-aligned Houthi movement, last month.

Yemen rebels bury Saleh in closed funeral: family source

Yemen's ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, slain this week by his former rebel allies, was buried on Saturday at his home village outside Sanaa, a relative close to the family said. It was held under strictly controlled conditions. The rebels, who over the past week have consolidated control of Sanaa, allowed Saleh's son Madin and a nephew out of detention to attend the burial.

Op-Ed Contributor: The Man Who Danced on the Heads of Snakes

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For decades, Ali Abdullah Saleh seemed welded to Yemen’s landscape. Now he’s gone.

Yemen's Saleh buried in Sanaa with handful of relatives present: sources

DUBAI (Reuters) - Yemen's Houthi group has buried the body of former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sanaa, allowing only a handful of relatives to attend, sources from his General People's Congress (GPC) party said on Sunday...

The last hours of Yemen's Saleh

By Noah Browning DUBAI (Reuters) - A day before they killed Yemen's former president, gunmen from the Iran-aligned Houthi militia group overran one of Ali Abdullah Saleh’s fortified compounds in Sanaa. "This is how the traitor (Saleh)...Show More Summary

Saudi-backed fighters capture coastal area in Yemen from Houthis

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A Western-backed Saudi-led coalition scored its first major gains in Yemen since former President Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed on Monday when local fighters captured an area on the Red Sea coast from Houthi rebels, residents said on Thursday. Show More Summary

Rebels kill Yemen's strongman Saleh as alliance collapses

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemeni rebels on Monday killed their onetime ally Ali Abdullah Saleh, the country's former president, as they gained the upper hand in days of fighting with his forces for control of the capital, Sanaa. The tumult...Show More Summary

Yemenis stash supplies, fearing worst after strongman's death

Sanaa residents were stocking up on goods and seeking urgent care Wednesday, fearing an impending resumption of hostilities after a showdown between Huthi rebels and loyalists of Yemen's slain ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh. The International...Show More Summary

Saudi-led strikes pound Yemen capital after rebels kill Saleh

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Saudi-led warplanes pounded the rebel-held Yemeni capital before dawn on Tuesday after the rebels killed former president Ali Abdullah Saleh as he fled the city following the collapse of their uneasy alliance, residents said. The Shiite...Show More Summary

Saleh's death kills hopes for a silver bullet in Yemen

The killing of ex-leader Ali Abdullah Saleh, days after his overtures to the Saudi-led coalition, has buried hopes for a breakthrough in Yemen's war, analysts say, and risks fuelling a standoff between Riyadh and Tehran. "The futureShow More Summary

Yemeni women protest for body of slain leader Saleh

Yemeni women held rare protests in Sanaa on Wednesday, demanding that the capital's rebel authorities hand over the body of slain ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh. Around 20 women, dressed head to toe in black, did not hide their loyalty...Show More Summary

A farewell to Ali Abdullah Saleh

Saleh was a corrupt, ruthless autocrat. Yet his demise has left a power vacuum in Yemen and he will be missed by many.

Yemen rebels disperse protests demanding slain leader's body

Yemeni rebel forces have dispersed a protest staged by dozens of women in the capital, Sanaa, demanding the handover of the body of slain former President Ali Abdullah Saleh for … Click to Continue »

What is next for Yemen after Saleh's killing?

Houthi rebels killed Yemen's ousted leader Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sanaa on Monday.

Yemen Huthis rally after killing strongman

Thousands of Huthi supporters rallied in Sanaa on Tuesday as the rebels cemented their grip on the Yemeni capital after killing their former ally ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh. Following Saleh's death at the hands of Huthi fighters...Show More Summary

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