195 stranded citizens from Sudan arrives at Sana’a airport

This evening, a Yemeni Airlines aircraft arrived at Sana’a International Airport from Port Sudan with 195 citizens were stuck in Sudan.

On arrival at Sana’a airport, a number of returnees expressed to Yemen News Agency (SABA) their joy at returning home after suffering greatly in the Sudan as a result of the war there.

They commended the simplified and smooth procedures at Sana ‘a airport, calling for the airport to be fully opened.

They were received by the Director of Sana ‘a International Airport, Khaled al-Shayf, and by the people and relatives of the returnees.

Source: Yemen News Agency

American-Saudi aggression crimes on May 14

The US-Saudi-Emirati aggression targeted populated areas in a number of provinces, leaving killings, great destruction to public and private property.

On May 14, 2015, nine citizens were killed as a result of the bombing of an Apache helicopter belonging to the aggression on a car that was carrying them in Al-Safia area, Al-Dhaher district in Sa’ada province.

The Saudi army created military sites in the border areas and targeted Al-Manzala area with tank shells. It also targeted the border areas of Al-Jabal Al-Ahmar and Al-Barm at a rate of 12 and 14.

The bombing of the border areas with Apache planes, tanks, and machine guns from the direction of Al-Ma’ayin, and targeted the areas of Shada Triangle, Baqem district, Al-Zahir, Al-Baqi’, Al-Tabba Al-Hamra, and Al-Qurm at a rate of 23.

On May 14, 2016, the aggression warplanes launched a raid on Al-Saqiya area in Al-Masloub district in Al-Jawf province, while the mercenaries targeted with artillery the Al-Moton district in the province.

The aggression mercenaries bombed the Dhubab district in Taiz province with artillery, and with missiles and artillery Usailan district in Shabwa province.

The mercenaries targeted, with artillery and missiles, the areas of Bani Bariq and Mubda’a in Nehm district of Sana’a province, while the warplanes launched a raid on Al-Arqoub area in the Khawlan Al-Tayyal district in the same province.

On May 14, 2017, the aggression launched two raids on Jabal Dain in Hamdan district of Sana’a province, which caused damage to the citizens’ property. It also launched a raid on Serwah district in Marib province, and a raid on Al-Barah area in Maqbana district, and a raid north of Khalid’s camp in Mawza’a district of Taiz province, and targeted Haradh city in Hajjah province.

On May 14, 2018, the aggression warplanes launched a raid on Al-Madfun area in Nehm district of Sana’a province, and two raids on Qifah area in Al-Bayda province, and 20 raids on Al-Mahathir area in Sahar district of Sa’ada province.

On May 14, 2019, a citizen was killed by Saudi border guard fire in Al-Raqou area of Munabeh border district in Sa’ada province.

The aggression launched 17 raids on Abs district in Hajjah province, and three raids on Al-Adi area on outskirts of Harf Sufyan district in Amran province, and it also launched two raids west of Najd Al-Faris in Najran.

The aggression mercenaries fired more than 40 artilleries, with heavy machine guns, on village of Al-Shajn and its vicinity on the outskirts of Al-Durayhimi in Al-Hodeida province.

The mercenaries also bombed with 11 artillery shells and heavy and medium machine guns Hodeida Airport and its adjacent areas, Al-Dhabyani neighborhood, and towards the Union Hotel in the 7th of July residential area.

The mercenaries carried out an intensive sweep with medium and heavy machine guns on different areas and neighborhoods in Al-Khamseen Street in Al-Hodeida.

On May 14, 2021, the aggression warplanes launched eight airstrikes on Serwah district, two raids on Medghal district in Marib, and also launched a raid on the Al-Dhahra area in Khab Washa`af district in Al-Jawf province.

In Al-Hodeidah province, the spy warplanes dropped bombs on Al-Jabalia area of Al-Tuhaita district, while the mercenaries bombed many areas in the province with artillery and various gunshots.

On May 14, 2022, the aggression mercenaries carried out an infiltration operation towards an area to be known in Raghwan, Marib province, and they targeted, with artillery shell, Rawdat al-Jahannam, al-Dushush and al-Balq in Marib, al-Mazraq and Muthalith Aahim in Hajjah.

The aggression mercenaries of the also targeted artillery shells and cemeteries in Sa’ada province, and fired at citizens’ houses and separate locations in Marib, Hajjah, Sa’ada and Al-Dhale’, and bombed with 31 artillery shells and various gunshots different areas in Al-Hodeida province, while the spy planes launched two raids on Hays.

Source: Yemen News Agency

Aggression commits 69 violations in Hodeida in 24 hours

The aggression forces committed 69 violations of the ceasefire agreement in Hodeida province over the past 24 hours, an official at the operations room to monitor the violations said on Sunday.

A source in the operations room told the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that among the violations of the forces of aggression were eight spy airstrikes on Hays and the creation of combat fortifications in Maqbana.

The source indicates that the violations also involved the flight of 12 spy aircraft in the airspace of Hays, five artillery bombardment violations and 42 violations by different gunshots.

Source: Yemen News Agency

Deputy Minister of Education meets Director of UNESCO Office

Deputy Minister of Education Khaled Jahadir met on Sunday, Director of UNESCO’s Office in the Gulf States and Yemen Salah Khalid and his delegation.

In the presence of the Secretary-General of the UNESCO National Committee, Dr. Ahmed Al-Rubaie, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Education Ibrahim Sharaf and Head of the Technical Office of the Ministry, Ziad Al-Rafiq, discussed aspects of cooperation between the Ministry and UNESCO and ways to strengthen and develop them.

At the meeting attended by the Directors of Education Sectors Farida Abodan and Culture Rasool Samadon of UNESCO,the Deputy Minister of Education reviewed the effects of the aggression on the educational process as a result of his direct and systematic targeting of educational establishments over the eight years of aggression and its repercussions on students and their future in general.

He noted the Ministry’s tireless efforts to implement its core priorities, notably the provision of salaries for teachers, as well as the provision of textbooks.

For his part, the Director of the UNESCO Office expressed his willingness to take care of the educational aspect and to open a communication channel for future meetings and visits.

Source: Yemen News Agency

Her Highness Participates in QF Annual Alumni Forum -1-

For his part, Mohammed Fakhroo, Executive Director of Institutional Advancement at QF’s Higher Education Division, and an alumnus of Qatar Academy Doha – one of the schools under QF’s Pre-University Education – said: “Coming back together for this Forum, as alumni whose lives have been shaped by the education and the experience we received at QF, evokes memories and creates a sense of happiness and community – but it also allows QF’s alumni to lend their voice to vital conversations.” “QF alumni are united in their fondness for the place where they honed their skills, broadened their mindsets, and really began to define the future path they will take; and in their passion for making a difference and contributing to society. Enabling them to speak directly to decision-makers and share their stories, views, ideas, and solutions illustrates how QF’s alumni remain part of its story and its mission, and how QF is committed to supporting both their goals and Qatar’s pool of talent,” added Fakhroo.

Over 14,000 students have graduated from QF’s schools and universities, and the QF Alumni Program is open to all of them. It aims to be a focal point for creating a global network of QF alumni who retain their links to QF and Qatar and help each other achieve their goals, while encouraging new alumni to remain in Qatar after they graduate and those who have graduated in previous years to return to the country.

Through the QF Alumni App – which all QF graduates can register for – alumni can connect and reconnect with each other, form mutual interest groups, find and apply for jobs, and provide guidance and mentorship to younger graduates. QF alumni have a pivotal role in shaping the program through the QF Alumni Council.

Meanwhile, the QF Alumni Office advocates for policies that help graduates of QF universities contribute to Qatar’s development, and form relationships with public and private sector organizations.

In 2022, 241 QF alumni were offered positions in Qatar, and QF has signed a new agreement with the Ministry of Public Health which is intended to open up further opportunities for its alumni.

The Alumni Forum took place as QF’s three-day Aljam’a festival – which has brought the community of Qatar together to enjoy a range of activities and showcased the achievements of QF’s alumni and current students – came to a close.

Open to the public, Aljam’a has continued the celebratory mood of QF’s Convocation 2023 ceremony, also held this week, where 874 new graduates of QF’s Hamad Bin Khalifa University and partner universities took center stage.

Featuring a Market Zone, games, workshops, exhibitions, and opportunities to network, Aljam’a aims to strengthen the sense of connection students and alumni feel with QF’s diverse ecosystem and community.

Source: Qatar News Agency