Yemeni government bans civilians carrying of arms in Aden

A picture taken on March 13, 2018 in the southern Yemeni city and government bastion of Aden shows government soldiers at the scene of an explosion from a suicide bombing claimed by the ISIS group which hit UAE-trained Yemeni troops. (AFP)
Updated 17 May 2018
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Yemeni government bans civilians carrying of arms in Aden

  • The government is moving toward consolidating and unifying the work of the security services
  • A joint operations team will be created to facilitate the exchange of information between all security services in order to prevent crime

DUBAI: The Yemeni government issued a ban on civilians carrying arms in the interim capital Aden, Al Ekhbariya reported. 

In an urgent memorandum to the Minister of Interior, Prime Minister Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr said that his government is moving toward consolidating and unifying the work of the security services.

A joint operations team will be created to facilitate the exchange of information between all security services in order to prevent crime.

The prime minister said this was crucial to controlling security in Aden and nearby governorates, and to ensure the security, safety and stability of daily life for citizens.


US forces to stay in Iraq as long as needed

Updated 19 August 2018
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US forces to stay in Iraq as long as needed

  • US forces will stay in Iraq “as long as needed” to help stabilize regions previously controlled by Daesh
  • Spokesman said they were required to help with the stabilization of the area

ABU DHABI: US forces will stay in Iraq “as long as needed” to help stabilize regions previously controlled by Daesh, a spokesman for the US-led international coalition fighting the militants said on Sunday.
“We’ll keep troops there as long as we think they’re needed ... The main reason, after Daesh is defeated militarily is the stabilization efforts and we still need to be there for that, so that’s one of the reasons we’ll maintain a presence,” Col. Sean Ryan told a news conference in Abu Dhabi.