One of Saleh’s sons allegedly wounded in Yemen
Tribes in Shabwa Province, located to the east of the capital Sanaa, had surrounded the former president
One of the sons of former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s was wounded on Saturday as Saudi-led coalition forces continued for a third day targeting Houthis in the country, according to reports cited by Al Arabiya News Channel.
It is not known which of Saleh’s two sons - Ahmed and Khaled – was reportedly wounded.
Reports also said that tribes in Shabwa Province, located to the east of the capital Sanaa, had surrounded the former president, without giving further details.
Read Al Arabiya News Channel’s exclusive of how Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh tried reaching out to the Saudis to gain immunity by proposing a coup against the Houthis.
Saleh calls for end to ‘Decisive Storm,’ urges Yemen dialogueSaleh calls for elections but says neither he or his relatives will run for the presidency Middle East
Pakistan prepares to evacuate citizens from YemenA convoy of 12 buses would transport 500 people to the western port city of Hudaidah on Saturday, Pakistan says Asia
Yemen president returns to Saudi Arabia with King SalmanYemen Foreign Minister Riyadh Yassin said Hadi would not return to his country ‘for now’ Middle East
54 dead in three days of clashes in Yemen’s Aden: health officialA series of heavy explosions at an arms depot rocked Yemen’s second city Aden Middle East
Ban Ki-moon urges U.N. talks to prevent long Yemen conflictTh U.N. chief urged Arab leaders to resolve the crisis in Yemen peacefully Middle East
Saudi armed forces deploy in al-Horth region bordering YemenAccording to the Saudi colonel, the patrols are covering 68 kilometers of borders with Yemen from the side of al-Horth area Middle East
King Salman vows to continue Yemen campaignCampaign 'will continue until it achieves its goals for the Yemeni people to enjoy security,' king tells Arab League Middle East