Google News Alert - The volcano that erupted on a small island off the coast of Yemen has again begun spewing lava and ash into the air, Yemen's navy said on Wednesday.
Hussein Abdul-Rahman, head of command and control centre at the Naval Operation Room, told state news agency Saba that the volcano has restarted eruptions, without giving any further details.
The volcano lies on the island of Jazirt Al-Tair in the Red Sea, about 130 kilometres from Yemen.
Inactive for over a century, the volcano first erupted on Sunday after several earthquakes were felt on the island.
The volcano has so far produced one kilometre long lava flows and blackened the water within 10 kilometres of the island.
Six Yemeni soldiers, part of a garrison of 50 stationed on the island, were killed in the eruption, while another 15 were injured.
On Monday Yemen’s coastguard said shipping had been unaffected by the eruption.
Shipments of around three million barrels of oil per day pass through the southern entrance to the Red Sea.
Soldiers of the 2nd Infantry Brigade managed on Sunday to foil an attack by al-Qaeda elements against Mafraq Al-Houtah and Al-Jasr in Azzan in Shabwa governorate.
During the attack, an explosive car blew off in Jawl Al-Raida area.
An informed military source said that terror elements leaked on Sunday at noon time through one of the valleys which stretch to Mayfa’ah area and carried out their terror attack against the soldiers while having their lunch
The Gulf Cooperation Council's (GCC) Secretary General has stressed the GCC States' adherence to maintain Yemen's unity, security and stability.
The GCC States fully support the efforts of President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi to complete the transitional stage based on the GCC-initiative and its executive mechanism in order to achieve the Yemeni people's aspiration, Abdul Latif al-Zayani said in a joint press conference with Kuwait's First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sabah Khaled al-Sabah, the
One soldier and five al-Qaeda terrorists were killed on Saturday in clashes between the army and al-Qaida militants in Qatan district of Hadramout province.
Intelligence information has been obtained on suspicious movements of terrorist groups towards Qatan district, a military source said, adding that a plan has been prepared to foil the attack led to blowing up two suicide car bombs near a camp of special security forces and killing all terrorists on the cars.
President Abdu-Rabbu Mansour Hadi received on Wednesday board members of the Popular Alignment Body for the Protection of National Gains, led by Yehia Hussein al-Arashi, member of Shura Council.
During the meeting, Hadi talked about a number of issues Yemen has been experiencing since the eruption of 2011's crisis, saying that the country has overcome various challenges and difficulties until holding the National Dialogue Conference, noting also steps and measures taken to handle that crisis.
GPC celebrated its 32 anniversary where it was found on August 24, 1982 as the first Yemeni political organization with the participation of all political forces.
celebratory events of the GPC were celebrated in the Sana'a and its branches in various governorates of Yemen.
Military units of the second Military Region raided on Monday a villa in 60 street in Mukala, which was used as a den by a terrorist cell to carry out terrorist acts.
A military source at the Military Region command said on Tuesday that the military forces surrounded the villa after receiving the information about the existence of a terrorist cell and clashed with the terrorists.