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Large number of Saleh loyalists join Yemen’s legitimate forces in Marib

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Large groups of Ali Abdullah Saleh loyalists have joined legitimacy brigades in Marib while Ibb tribes called on the Yemenis to avenge from Houthi militias after they killed the former president on Monday. Taiz command and the General People’s Congress in the governorate called for revolting against Houthi militias stationed in the governorate’s surroundings. Deputy Governor of Taiz Aref Jamal said the next days will witness fierce operations against the Houthis, similar to ...

Forces allied to Yemen’s Saleh control major areas in Sanaa

Saturday, 2 December 2017

Yemen's General People's Congress (GPC) forces, allied to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, gained control of key areas in the capital Sanaa on Saturday. The forces expelled Houthis from Mahwit city and were also able to control the defense ministry complex in Sanaa. Reports claimed that the Houthi military intelligence chief was detained, while negotiations over establishing a military council to be headed by Colonel Tariq Saleh - nephew of Ali Abdallah Saleh - were also taking place. Since ...

Houthis kill Saleh loyalist Khaled al-Razi, but why was he targeted?

Sunday, 27 August 2017

A prominent military and political commander who is a loyalist of ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed on Saturday in Sanaa in the clashes which erupted between Houthi militias and forces loyal to Saleh on Saturday. Khaled Ahmad Zeid al-Razi was a close bodyguard of Saleh before he was appointed deputy chief of the foreign relations department in the General People’s Congress which Saleh heads. Khaled is the brother of Tarek al-Razi who was the head of Ahmad Ali Abdullah ...

Tensions rise between Houthis and Saleh loyalists in Yemen

Sunday, 27 August 2017

Al Arabiya sources in Sanaa said on Sunday that Saleh al-Sammad, the chief of the so-called Supreme Political Council, issued a decision to sack 29 officers who are loyalists to ousted Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh from their posts in the ministries of interior and defense and in Houthi-controlled governorates. READ ALSO: Clashes erupt between Houthis and Saleh loyalists in Sanaa The 29 figures will be replaced by officers from among Houthi supporters and they were appointed as ...

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