Yemen: Saleh's Latest 'Crazy Ivan'Will he or won't he? Aides to former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh say he is Ethiopia bound; his party leader says he's staying.
Ethiopian Exile for Yemen's SalehAides close to ousted Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh say he will be retiring to an Addis Ababa villa in Ethiopia.
New Yemen PresidentYemen inaugurated a new president over the weekend while battles erupted in the south, killing five Al Qaeda terrorists.
Clinton Commends Yemeni Presidential PollUS Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hailed Yemen's vote as a step towards democracy as Abd-Rabbo Manour takes the reigns.
Yemenis Vote in First 'Saleh-Free' ElectionThe impoverished and conflict-ridden country of Yemen sought to put its past behind it and elect a new president on Tuesday.
Yemen: An Era Ends - Goodbye SalehAfter 33-years of autocratic rule, Yemen's president Ali Abdullah Saleh steps down this week.
Yemen's Saleh is Off The WallYemen's outgoing president Ali Abdullah Saleh on Thursday ordered the removal of his photos from all government and private facilities.
US Hopeful Saleh Departure Will Help Yemen HealThe top US diplomat in Yemen hailed President Ali Abdullah Saleh's departure from the country as a step towards stability.
Oman Tight Lipped Over Saleh Exile RequestOfficials in Oman have refused to comment on reports that outgoing Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh wants sanctuary in Muscat.
Yemen’s Saleh Apologizes and Leaves CountryTwo months after handing over his power, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh officially left his nation for medical treatment in the U.S.
Saleh-Hadi Row Threatens Power Transfer in YemenYemen's transfer of power is in question as charges that outgoing president Saleh is interfering with the new government
Yemen's Saleh Not Going to U.S. After AllDespite earlier reports, Yemen's President will remain in his country and not travel to the U.S. for medical treatment.
Yemen's Saleh US BoundObama administration officials have decided Yemen's outgoing president will be allowed into the US "for medical treatment only."
US Officials Mull Visit from Yemen's SalehAs violence continues to rock Yemen, US officials are mulling whether the outgoing president can come to the US for medical treatment.
Al Qaeda Jailbreak Sets Tone for Post-Saleh YemenAn audacious jailbreak by 13 Al Qaeda terrorists underscores the deep problems facing Yemen as President Saleh departs.
Goodbye Saleh: Yemen Forms Unity GovernmentThe Gulf-brokered transition of power is underway in Yemen even as clashes rock the capital of Sanaa; Hadi to replace Saleh soon.
Yemen Protesters Not Satisfied with Saleh DealThe deal for Yemen's president to step down fell far short of the demands of protesters, who hit the streets again.
Yemen's Saleh ResignsIt's Game Over for Ali Abdullah Saleh after 10 months of rioting. He will negotiate power transfer with opposition in return for immunity.
Yemen's Saleh 4th Arab Leader to Fall?Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh has flown to Saudi Arabia allegedly to sign a deal to end his reign of power.
Yemen: General Says 2006 Elections 'Rigged'Dissident General Ali Mohsin Al Ahmar says opposition candidate Faisal Bin Shamlan won the 2006 elections - but result was rigged.
Yemen President Vows to Resign 'Soon'Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh announced Saturday in a televised speech to the nation that he will step down "in the coming days."
Report: Yemen's Saleh Accused of Murder PlotFormer Yemeni diplomat accuses President Saleh of sending assassins to kill him in his south Cairo home for supporting the opposition.
Saleh Addresses YemenYemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh addresses his nation for the first time since he returned to the country, calls for elections.
Saleh Returns to YemenYemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh returned to Sanaa amid pitched street battles in a surprise move expected to inflame more violence
Yemen: At Least 56 Killed in Renewed ClashesAt least 56 are dead in Yemen after protesters stormed an army base, sparking a prolonged gunfight between defenders and army defectors.
Report: Saleh Won’t Return to YemenOfficials say president Ali Abdullah Saleh will not return to Yemen; US says power transfer could occur this week.
Yemeni Troops Fire on ProtestJust a week after authorizing transfer of power talks, Yemeni forces opened fire on anti-regime protesters, wounding at least 10.
Saleh Authorizes Power Transfer TalksYemeni president Ali Abdullah Slaeh authorized his deputy to negotiate a power transfer with the opposition.
Saleh Cabinet Convenes in Symbolic SnubThe Cabinet of Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh convened in a clear message they have no plans to step down.
Saleh: 'Elections As Soon As Possible'Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh says he will hand over power to his vice president and 'hold elections as soon as possible.'
Yemen: Saleh's Big TeaseYemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh keeps hinting at his imminent return but won't set a date.
Yemen's Prime Minister ReturnsYemen's loyalist Prime Minister Ali Mohammad Mujawer has returned from a hospital in Riyadh - will Saleh follow?
Yemen's No. 3 Official Diesemen's third most powerful official has died of wounds sustained during an attack on the presidential palace in June.
2 Suicide Bombings Target Al Qaeda in YemenAt least 11 people died overnight Sunday after two suicide bombing attacks targeting the Al Qaeda terrorist stronghold in Yemen.
Yemen's Saleh Just Won't QuitAli Abdullah Saleh's intent to return to Yemen and hunt down his would-be assassins proves his presidency isn't over yet.
Yemen Opposition to Form 'National Council'Opposition leaders in Yemen have met to form a 'National Council' to seize power from President Ali Abdullah Saleh before his return.
Saleh Vows to Return to YemenYemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh vows to return home from Saudi Arabia. "See you in Sanaa," he tells his supporters.
Yemen Opposition Wants Saleh SanctionsA leading opposition figure in Yemen has called on Western nations to impose sanctions on President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Saleh Nephew Will 'Break Necks' of ProtestersA nephew of Yemen's president said he would 'break the necks' of protesters if another assassination attempt was made; offered talks.
Saleh Will Return to Yemen When RecoveredSaudi officials say embattled Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh will return to his country after completing his recovery.
Saleh Stays in Saudi Arabia, Officials BlameYemeni officials say U.S., and Saudi Arabia pressured President Saleh to stay in Saudi Arabia after being released from hospital.
Yemen Opposition Rejects TalksOpposition leaders in Yemen say they know nothing about a government proposed roadmap; say no talks until Saleh goes.
Arab Spring: US Presses SalehAfter months of murky policy in Yemen the US has finally made a direct appeal to President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down.
Saleh Makes TV AppearanceYemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh appeared on television Thursday for the first time since being wounded in an attack on his palace last month.
Yemeni VP Makes Transition OfferYemen's VP Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi has made a new transition offer to opposition leaders as the army struggles to secure the country's south.