Said Kouachi, one of the two brothers who massacred the staff at Charlie Hebdo, met with the American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki in 2011 in Yemen at an Al Qaeda camp east of the capital Sana’a, a Yemen
As law enforcement officials hone in on two Islamic terrorists who carried out an attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo earlier this week, we're learning more about where the terrorists
History is repeating itself, this time in Yemen. The circumstances that pushed Iraq to its current predicament are taking place on the other side of the Arabian Peninsula.
In recent months, the Gulf Cooperation Council has watched with increasing concern as events in Yemen spiral out of control.
Al-Qaida's branch in Yemen is surging in strength, finding new support and recruits among the country's Sunni tribesmen, in a backlash to drone strikes and the rise to power of Shiite rebels who h
By Khaled Fattah *
"It is important to remember that the roots of the current turbulence in Yemen lie not in sectarian grounds"
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U.S. President Barack Obama is a little closer to fulfilling his six-year-old promise to close the U.S. military prison at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba.
In the southern Arabian Peninsula is a country called Yemen. Of the roughly 24 million people who live there, half are under the poverty line.
By Hisham Melhem *