abed rabbo mansour hadi
For decades now, Yemen's people have suffered from bad governance, underdevelopment, and prolonged civil conflict. Despite enduring these multiple hardships, Yemenis have largely been ignored by the rest of the world.
At the same time, the U.S. provides Saudi Arabia with targeting assistance and bombs.
Amidst the background of a violent conflict that is destroying Yemen, the UAE seeks to prove to the world that the wealthy emirates are capable of more than just spending billions of dollars to create a first-rate military with advanced weaponry.
"All the parties to this conflict have displayed a ruthless and wanton disregard for the safety of civilians."
Erdogan would go ahead with his trip, a source at his office in Ankara told Reuters. Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu
Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi offered a salient endorsement of the Obama administration's use of drone strikes in his country, stating, "They have zero margin of error, if you know exactly what you're aiming at."
At first glance, the new president of Yemen doesn't seem too different from his predecessor, having spent the past 17 years of his life answering to the beck and call of Ali Abdullah Saleh.