Peter Salisbury

Peter Salisbury


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Due process is not a pri­or­i­ty in Yemen, a coun­try ‘ruled by the law of emer­gency’, ex­perts say.

Published On 22 Dec 2014

Fam­i­ly mem­bers of vic­tims of drone strikes in the coun­try say jus­tice has not been done.

Published On 21 Dec 2014

Se­ces­sion­ist move­ment has en­coun­tered ‘a lot of ob­sta­cles’ along the road to in­de­pen­dence, protest or­gan­is­er says.

Published On 1 Dec 2014

The coun­try is strug­gling to form a gov­ern­ment amid re­ports of UN sanc­tions against for­mer pres­i­dent and Houthi lead­ers.

Published On 3 Nov 2014

Yemen’s south­ern se­ces­sion­ists will re­vive plans for in­de­pen­dence amid in­ter­nal di­vi­sions and Houthi as­cen­den­cy.

Published On 20 Oct 2014

The fate of Yemen’s peace deal is hang­ing in the bal­ance af­ter Houthis snub pres­i­dent’s choice of a prime min­is­ter.

Published On 8 Oct 2014

Yemen’s war­ring fac­tions fi­nal­ly sign a deal, but will it hold?

Published On 22 Sep 2014