April 26, 2017: The Rights Radar (RR) organization for human rights in the Arab World has launched a report on the issue of detainees in Yemen under title of (Yemen: Victims Behind Bars), which dealt with the tragic issues of detainees, abductees and forcibly disappearances in Yemen since the mid of 2014 until the end of the first quarter of 2017 in Yemen.  This report included a general context and an executive summary on the status of human rights in Yemen during the past 3 years and the conditions of detainees in prisons as well as forcibly disappeared and the amount […]

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Yemen: Rights Radar Condemns Death Penalty Against Journalist Al-Jubaihi; Demands the Houthi Rebels to Stop Suing# Other 36  April 14, 2017: Rights Radar condemns the death penalty for the Journalist Yahya Abdul-Raqeeb al-Jubaihi, 60, issued by a court controlled by the Houthi rebels and its ally the former Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sana’a, the capital. The Houthi-affiliated court in Sana’a sentenced the Journalist al-Jubaihi to death on April 12, accusing him of communicating with “an enemy state”. He was sentenced just after one hearing session. Nor, he was granted a fair trial, neither allowed for defending himself since his arbitrary […]

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