UNESCO approves five projects to support journalism in Yemen
Yemen's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Dr. Muhammad Jumaih announced that the organization had approved five projects to support journalism in Yemen.
Made in Bulgaria Programme Association honors society developers
Individuals and organizations that have contributed significantly to the development of society and the economy in Bulgaria were honoured with the People of the XXI Century international award of the Made in Bulgaria Programme Association, Bulgaria's news agency has reported.
Kuwait's trade surplus with Japan increased in May by 2.3 percent
Kuwait's trade surplus with Japan increased last May by 2.3 percent compared to the same period last year, reaching 82.7 billion Japanese yen (522 million US dollars), rising for the first time in three months.
Scotland, Switzerland draw 1-1 in Group A of Euro 2024
The Scottish national team and its Swiss counterpart drew 1-1 in the match that brought them together at the Rheinenergy Stadion, within Group A of Euro 2024, currently being held in Germany.
User Name: Password:
Yemen: Houthi-Saleh rebels damage journalism, kill journalists
[03/05/2017 03:24]
Aden, (Saba)-

Ministry of Human Rights has called upon journalists, media outlets and other relevant bodies for positive activation with the campaign organized by Minister of Human Rights in Europe and Egypt to denounce Houthi-Saleh militias' violations against journalists and death verdict against journalist Yahya al-Jubaihi.

"Houthi-Saleh militias have caused huge damage on journalism and journalist after seizing the state's institutions on September 21, 2014," said the ministry in a release issued Wednesday on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day.

Many private and political institutions have been shut down, dozens have been fired from their jobs because of sectarian practices, some left their homeland fearing of being killed and 18 journalists are in Houthi detention cells without accusations but conveying the truth and expressing their opinion, said the release.

The ministry noted that 23 journalists have been killed since 2011 now and suffering of journalists are still prevailing over stopping salaries, displacement, continuous threats and systematic instigation against them by militia leaders.

"Journalists are celebrating across the world on World Press Freedom Day marking the Third of July every year while Yemeni journalists are living under the darkest and miserable experiences under apartheid militias adopted violence as only approach to target them and arrest them to hide truth and pardon criminals," the release went on.

The ministry expressed its serious concern on lives of kidnapped journalists in militias' cells and expressed regret over deterioration of health of some journalists, calling the UN for imminent interference to release them.

The ministry also demanded all international organizations to put more pressure on Houthi-Saleh's militias to release prisoners of conscience.



UNESCO approves five projects to support journalism in Yemen
Civilian injured by Houthi Militia's artillery shelling South of Hodeidah
Ambassador al-Maytami, Chinese official discuss areas of bilateral cooperation and issues of common interest
President al-Alimi leaves Aden for special holiday
Al-Eryani denounces targeting civil, military leaderships of Taiz by Houthi terrorist militia
President directs transporting injured soldiers abroad for treatment
Leadership Council member Tariq Saleh observes Eid prayers with the masses in Khowkha
Al-Arada performs Eid al-Adha prayers with the masses, receives well-wishers
President al-Alimi, Member Aidrus al-Zubaidi perform Eid Prayer in Aden
President al-Alimi confirms proceeding with "Economic Resolve" policy

About Saba News Agency | Usage Agreement | Contact Us