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Two regime officers have been killed in the restive southern Syrian province of Daraa a couple of days after another deadly incident.

Five were killed in airstrikes in Daraa, as the Syrian regime threatens an assault in Syria's south.

Jordanian 'burns himself alive' amid calls for anti-government protests

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Jordanian 'burns himself alive' amid calls for anti-government protests

A Jordanian civil servant has attempted to burn himself alive in an anti-government protest amid calls for demonstrations against a failing economy.

Yemen's PM arrives in Aden to set up administration

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Yemen's PM arrives in Aden to set up administration

Riyadh-based Khaled Bahah arrived back in Aden with several ministers with the aim of establishing a base for the exiled government.

Government-allied forces continue swift advance in Yemen's south

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Government-allied forces continue swift advance in Yemen's south

Local anti-Houthi militias, backed by Yemeni army units trained abroad, continue their advance across southern Yemen.

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HRW: Yemen's Houthis firing 'indiscriminately' into civilian areas

The human rights watchdog alleges that Houthi forces have acted "in violation of the laws of war", as a US drone strikes kills four suspected al-Qaeda operatives in southern Yemen.

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Ceasefire struggles to take hold in Yemen

A ceasefire struggled to take hold in Yemen on Monday, with multiple breaches reported by residents and pro-government media in the south, ...

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First Saudi military plane lands at Yemen's Aden airport

Airport recaptured from Houthi rebels now set to be used to reinforce local fighters and allied pro-Hadi troops.

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Yemen's warring parties put conditions on Geneva conference attendance

The UN and the US are working fervently behind the scenes to ensure attendance by all sides - but conditions have been set.

 Airstrikes leave many dead in Yemeni capital

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Airstrikes leave many dead in Yemeni capital

Saudi-led airstrikes target facilities in the capital Sanaa as southern leaders say they will boycott a planned UN talks in Geneva.

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Yemen rebels 'forced out of Aden presidential palace'

Saudi airstrikes force fighters to withdraw from compound which had been the temporary residence of president Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi.

Aden presidential palace seized by Yemen rebels

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Aden presidential palace seized by Yemen rebels

Houthi and pro-Saleh forces enter the presidential palace in Aden, despite Saudi-led airstrikes and as fighting continues to rock Yemen's second ...

Aden: A temporary capital for Yemen

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Aden: A temporary capital for Yemen

Yemeni state institutions will be moved to Aden and Taiz, according to Aden's governor where embattled president Abd-Rabbo Mansour Hadi is now ...

Houthis break up protests as Yemen parliament vote postponed

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Houthis break up protests as Yemen parliament vote postponed

Houthi fighters dispersed protests against against their takeover of the capital Sanaa as parliament failed to meet to as the country faces ...

Yemen's quiet secession

Faris al-Jalal

Yemen's quiet secession

As turmoil engulfs Yemen, the secessionist ambitions of the South received a boost from an unlikely source, President Hadi himself, says Faris ...

Cabinet shake-up disappoints Yemen's traditional parties

Houthis and secessionists win key ministerial roles as pragmatic redistribution of power reflects new political realities.

UN reportedly set to sanction Saleh and Houthis

Yemen's former president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, and Houthi rebel leader Abdelmalik al-Houthi likely to face the ire of the United Nations Security ...

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South Yemen wants out as Houthis take Hodeida

Houthis face little resistance, while southern secessionists protest for independence.

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