Yemen News

Gulf Air pulls out of Sana’a following Yemen unrest

Gulf Air pulls out of Sana’a following Yemen unrest

26th Mar 2015 Airline News

Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, has confirm the suspension of its five weekly flights to and from Sana’a International Airport – effective today and until further notice. The decision is due to safety and security concerns and in light of recent security developments in the Yemeni capital.

Saleh flees Yemen for Saudi Arabia

Saleh flees Yemen for Saudi Arabia

5th Jun 2011 Tourism News

Thousands of people in Yemen have taken to the streets in celebration following the departure of president Ali Abdullah Saleh to Saudi Arabia. Following the latest developments, the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office continued to urge Britons to leave the country by any means available.

Brits urged leave Yemen as unrest intensifies

Brits urged leave Yemen as unrest intensifies

25th Mar 2011 Tourism News

British travellers are being urged to leave Yemen as soon as possibly as vast opposing crowds gather on the streets of capital Sana’a. As many as 10,000 people have gathered to demonstrate against the rule of president Ali Abdullah Saleh, while a similar number have gathered in support.

Yemen tourism minister quits over violence

Yemen tourism minister quits over violence

21st Mar 2011 Tourism News

Yemeni tourism minister Nabil Al-Fakeh has resigned his post following a number of deaths as forces loyal to the government attempt to quell a popular uprising. Troops fired on anti-government protesters in the capital Sana’a over the weekend, with up to fifty deaths confirmed.