Almotamar.net - The Criminal Prosecution in Yemen has Sunday released the defendant Jabr al-Banaa after retaining him at the Prosecution Chief Office to bring a warranty of attending the court's sessions. The measure came after the defendant presented an appeals petition to the prosecution. Al-Banaa release took lace after he presented guarantee for his attending of the court sittings.
In the court sitting, chaired by Judge Mohammed al-Hakimi on Sunday for trying of 36 defendants accused of forming an armed gang for attacking oil installations in Marib, Aboud al-Wahishi, the representative for inheritors of the victim working in guarding the oil installation the soldier Saleh Mohammed al-Makhzumi, presented a suit of personal right but the lawyer Faez al-Hajouri rebutted of not accepting the law suit of the family before the appeals for it was not presented at the First Instance Court.
The court asked the defendants who have appealed the primary sentence about their appeal petitions, some of them presented them through their lawyers and other some asked for postponement to the next sitting.
The court then decided the postponement until the session of Sunday on 23 August 2008 and demanded some of the defendants to reply to the prosecution appeal. The court also decided to address the Lawyers Union to delegate lawyers to defend some of the defendants and any of other defendants who want and to allow the lawyers to meet the defendants after the session and also to visit them in prison.
Prime Minister Abdulaziz Saleh bin Habtoor met with visiting director of operations for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Dominik Stillhart.
The meeting discussed aspects of enhancing cooperation between Yemen and the ICRC in the humanitarian field and developing mechanisms for joint action to alleviate the repercussions of aggression war states and siege against the public health, water and environment sectors.
The meeting reviewing the growing role of the ICRC in
Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf met with Dominik Stillhart, Director of Operations for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
The meeting dealt with efforts by the ICRC, reviewing violations carried out by the aggression states of Saudi and Emirates against the Yemeni people. It also discussed the file of war prisoners held by the aggression states and the blatant violations against them that openly breach the international laws and conventions.
Saudi fighter jets continued fierce strikes on citizens' houses and properties over the past hours in several provinces, a military official said on Tuesday.
The Saudi-paid mercenaries shot bullets on a child in Al Maton district of Jawf province, wounding the child seriously, while the mercenaries also fired Katyusha missiles on the house of citizens in Serwah district of Marib province.