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Minister of Information, Media Leaders visit President of Union of Yemeni Journalists in hospital
[23 May 2019]
Review damage to Ministry building due to bombing of Saudi' air raids: Information Minister
[23 May 2019]
Congratulates political leadership on occasion of 29th National Day: HM
[22 May 2019]
Congratulates political leadership on occasion of 29th National Day: Ministry of Justice
[22 May 2019]
Leader of Revolution: Saudi regime allegations over targeting Mecca are slanders
[22 May 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Army destroy 2 Saudi' military vehicles in Jewf
[22 May 2019]
Army foils infiltration attempt in Jewf
[22 May 2019]
Army seizes dozens of military vehicles from Saudi-paid mercenaries in Dhalea
[21 May 2019]
Army foils Saudi-paid mercenaries' attack in Najran
[20 May 2019]
Army targets military vehicle with crew in Marib
[20 May 2019]
 
  Reports
Coalition continues to violate cease fire agreement in Hodiedah, to attack provinces: Report
[19 May 2019]
Army inflicts on coalition’s ranks heavy losses over last hours : Report
[19 May 2019]
Army inflicts heavy losses on Saudi-led coalition over last hours : Report
[18 May 2019]
Army inflicts on coalition-led forces heavy losses on various fronts over last hours : Report
[14 May 2019]
Six civilians killed in coalition’s continued violation to Sweden agreement over last hours
[14 May 2019]
 
  International
Mohammed bin Salman and his involvement in Yemen
[20 May 2019]
Worst 20 crimes in Yemen by US-Saudi-led aggression at the beginning of war in 2015: Reports
[20 May 2019]
Health Ministry: 92 to 95% of medical devices are out of service in hospitals
[19 May 2019]
FM Meets with Deputy Resident Representative of UNICEF
[19 May 2019]
Yemen face structural, economic challenges
[18 May 2019]
  International
Crimes executed with knifes increase in Britain for the highest level in nine years
[15/March/2019] SANAA, March 15 (Saba) - The British Justice Department announced on Thursday the rise in the number of crime cases, executed using knives and other offensive weapons, dealt with by the courts during the past year to the highest levels in nine years.

The ministry said in a statement that in 2018 the courts dealt with 21484 cases related to this type of crime, the highest number recorded since 2009.

The statement revealed that 20% of those convicted of these crimes are young people under the age of 18, which is becoming a concern for British families who fear the safety of their children students from random targeting by criminals.

British Justice Minister Rory Stewart expressed the government's determination to combat the crimes executed with knives and other offensive weapons, saying the ministry would take strict measures in this regard.


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