• ►◄Flying from Aden To Sana'a, Yemen►◄

    Flying from Aden To Sana'a, Yemen

    published: 13 Nov 2007
  • Top 10 Worst Airlines In The World 2016

    Top 10 Worst Airlines In The World 2016 10. Rossiya Airlines, Russia 9. Yemenia, Yemen 8. Cubana, Cuba 7. Lion Air, Indonesia 6. Turkmenistan Airlines, Turkmenistan 5. Spirit Airlines, USA 4. Bahamasair, Bahamas 3. Sudan Airways, Sudan 2. Tajik Air, Tajikistan 1. Air Koryo, North Korea Source: http://www.slice.ca/travel/photos/worlds-worst-airlines-for-2016 Top 10 Best Airports In The World 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6It7kJ6Axg Top 10 Best Airlines In The World 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyMIeFP3ENw Please don't forget LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT! ► Subscribe to TopAZ Channel: https://goo.gl/PrKp1T ► Like us on Facebook: https://goo.gl/4AizIB ► Circle us on G+: https://goo.gl/uaeoAy ► Follow us on Twitter: https://goo.gl/b0r7BX #worstairlines #top10worstairlines ...

    published: 14 Jun 2016
  • Saudi jets target Yemeni market killing over 100 civilians

    Saudi Arabia has committed another massacre against Yemeni civilians in a busy market in Hajjah province, claiming the lives of over 100 people. Press TV’s Mohammed al-Attab has gone to the scene of the airstrike and filed this report. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv

    published: 18 Mar 2016
  • Yemeni Air 727 Amazing departure from Asmara 1994

    See video for information on the probable reason for this strange departure from Asmara.

    published: 01 Oct 2016
  • Yemen conflict | Saudi coalition jets bomb Air strike on Yemen wedding party kills over 130

    Yemen conflict | Saudi coalition jets bomb Air strike on Yemen wedding party kills over 130 | September 29, 2015 Yemen conflict | Saudi coalition jets bomb Air strike on Yemen wedding party kills over 130 | September 29, 2015 Yemen conflict | Saudi coalition jets bomb Air strike on Yemen wedding party kills over 130 | September 29, 2015 The death toll from a suspected air strike on a wedding party in Yemen on Monday has risen to at least 130, the United Nations and local medics say. Missiles reportedly hit two tents in a village near the Red Sea port of Mocha, where a man linked to the Houthi rebel movement was celebrating his marriage. But the Saudi-led coalition that has been bombing the rebels for six months denied responsibility for the attack. The UN condemned "the disregard shown b...

    published: 29 Sep 2015
  • Yemen plane crashes in Indian Ocean - Paris trip

    Yemen plane crashes in Indian Ocean, 150 on board on the Way to Paris - June 30, 2009

    published: 30 Jun 2009
  • BBC host & Iranian Professor battle over roles of Saudi Arabia/Iran in Yemen war

    In a heated interview, BBC host Zeinab Badawi and Iranian-American Professor Mohammad Marandi clash over the roles of regional powerhouses Saudi Arabia and Iran in the catastrophic conflict in Yemen. Saudi Arabia launched the war in Yemen in March 2015, in a so far unsuccessful attempt to bring back the former government to power. At least 10,000 people have been killed in the war, according to the United Nations, while the world body estimates that nearly 19 million people – or 80% of the population – are in need of humanitarian aid. Source: BBC World News Date: 22 February, 2017 Video transcript here: http://middleeastobserver.net/bbc-host-iranian-professor-battle-over-roles-of-saudi-arabiairan-in-yemen-war/ -----------------------------------------------------------------------...

    published: 06 Mar 2017
  • Boeing To Support Saudi F-15 Fleet Involved in Yemen Bombing

    This video shows you that Boeing To Support Saudi F-15 Fleet Involved in Yemen Bombing. Boeing has won a $46.3 million contract to provide support services for the fleet of F-15SA Eagle fighter-bombers operated by the Royal Saudi Air Force. The contract stipulates providing interim contractor support for the F-15SA aircraft for the Royal Saudi Air Force. Work on the contract will be performed at King Khalid Air Base in Saudi Arabia and is expected to be completed by March 31, 2017, the Defense Department announced Friday. “This contract is 100 percent foreign military sales to Saudi Arabia. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, is the contracting activity,” the release added. The Saudi F-15 force has been engaged in bombing rebel targets in Yemen’s civil w...

    published: 05 Mar 2017
  • Flight from Yemen cancelled, air security conference at Frankfurt Airport

    AP TELEVISION 1. Close up of status "Cancelled" for flight IY740 from Sana'a, Yemen to Frankfurt, Germany displayed on arrival board 2. Mid of announcement of flight IY740 from Sana'a, Yemen on arrival board, pan to status "Cancelled" 3. Wide of arrival board at Frankfurt airport 4. Wide of people waiting at arrival gate 5. Airport sign giving directions 6. Police walking through airport hall 7. Wide of AVSEC (Aviation Security) World 2010 conference "Intelligent Security through Collaboration" 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Giovanni Bisignani, Director General of the International Air Transport Association (IATA): "Over the next days, weeks and months, as governments learn more about the threat, we must continue to work together to implement appropriate solutions." 9. Mid shot of pane...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
  • WRAP French transport min on Yemen plane crash ADDS Yemenia head, military spox

    France's transport minister said on Tuesday that French aviation inspectors found a "number of faults" during a 2007 inspection of a plane that has crashed in the Indian Ocean. Dominique Bussereau, speaking to reporters at Charles de Gaulle Airport, said that the Airbus A310 was inspected by France's civil aviation agency DGAC in 2007 and "they noticed a certain number of faults." He said the plane had not returned to European air space since. Bussereau said that the airline was not on any European black lists but "was subject to stricter surveillance on our part" and was scheduled for an upcoming interview with European Union safety officials. But Yemenia's chief denied the plane may have been faulty. Speaking to reporters at the headquarters of the company in Paris, Faisal Emran als...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
►◄Flying from Aden To Sana'a, Yemen►◄

►◄Flying from Aden To Sana'a, Yemen►◄

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Top 10 Worst Airlines In The World 2016

Top 10 Worst Airlines In The World 2016

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Top 10 Worst Airlines In The World 2016 10. Rossiya Airlines, Russia 9. Yemenia, Yemen 8. Cubana, Cuba 7. Lion Air, Indonesia 6. Turkmenistan Airlines, Turkmenistan 5. Spirit Airlines, USA 4. Bahamasair, Bahamas 3. Sudan Airways, Sudan 2. Tajik Air, Tajikistan 1. Air Koryo, North Korea Source: http://www.slice.ca/travel/photos/worlds-worst-airlines-for-2016 Top 10 Best Airports In The World 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6It7kJ6Axg Top 10 Best Airlines In The World 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyMIeFP3ENw Please don't forget LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT! ► Subscribe to TopAZ Channel: https://goo.gl/PrKp1T ► Like us on Facebook: https://goo.gl/4AizIB ► Circle us on G+: https://goo.gl/uaeoAy ► Follow us on Twitter: https://goo.gl/b0r7BX #worstairlines #top10worstairlines #top10worstairlinesintheworld If there are any copyright issues with any videos posted here, I will remove them. Please contact via email topthingschannel@gmail.com. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Top 10 Best Airlines In The World 2016" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyMIeFP3ENw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Saudi jets target Yemeni market killing over 100 civilians

Saudi jets target Yemeni market killing over 100 civilians

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  • Updated: 18 Mar 2016
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Saudi Arabia has committed another massacre against Yemeni civilians in a busy market in Hajjah province, claiming the lives of over 100 people. Press TV’s Mohammed al-Attab has gone to the scene of the airstrike and filed this report. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv
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Yemeni Air 727 Amazing departure from Asmara 1994

Yemeni Air 727 Amazing departure from Asmara 1994

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See video for information on the probable reason for this strange departure from Asmara.
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Yemen conflict | Saudi coalition jets bomb Air strike on Yemen wedding party kills over 130

Yemen conflict | Saudi coalition jets bomb Air strike on Yemen wedding party kills over 130

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Yemen conflict | Saudi coalition jets bomb Air strike on Yemen wedding party kills over 130 | September 29, 2015 Yemen conflict | Saudi coalition jets bomb Air strike on Yemen wedding party kills over 130 | September 29, 2015 Yemen conflict | Saudi coalition jets bomb Air strike on Yemen wedding party kills over 130 | September 29, 2015 The death toll from a suspected air strike on a wedding party in Yemen on Monday has risen to at least 130, the United Nations and local medics say. Missiles reportedly hit two tents in a village near the Red Sea port of Mocha, where a man linked to the Houthi rebel movement was celebrating his marriage. But the Saudi-led coalition that has been bombing the rebels for six months denied responsibility for the attack. The UN condemned "the disregard shown by all sides for human life" in Yemen. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressed that there was no military solution to the conflict and its continuation would only bring more human suffering and destruction. Some 5,000 people, including 2,355 civilians, have been killed in air strikes and fighting on the ground since 26 March, when Houthi fighters and allied army units forced Yemen's internationally recognised president to flee the country. Last week, Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi returned to the southern port city of Aden, where his government has set up a temporary base as southern militiamen and coalition forces press northwards towards the rebel-held capital, Sanaa. 'Deadliest incident' Residents of the village of Wahijah said that in Monday's attack, missiles fired by coalition warplanes tore into two tents at the wedding reception. Yemeni security sources confirmed to the Associated Press that there had been an air strike and a senior government official said it had been "a mistake". But a coalition spokesman vehemently denied it was behind the attack. A spokesman said: "There have been no air operations by the coalition in that area for three days. This is totally false news." Initial reports said at least 40 people were killed in the incident, many of them women and children. But on Tuesday morning, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCR) said 130 or more people were now reported to have died. A medical source at a hospital in Maqbana, where the casualties were taken, also told the Reuters news agency that the death toll had risen to 131. "If the numbers are as high as suggested, this may be the single deadliest incident since the start of the conflict," UNHCR spokesman Rupert Colville said. Mr Colville said almost two-thirds of the civilian deaths reported in Yemen over the past 12 months had allegedly been caused by coalition air strikes. The UN has also criticised the coalition's naval blockade of Yemen's seaports, which it says has greatly exacerbated the "extremely dire" humanitarian situation. Some 21 million people, or 80% of the population, now require some form of humanitarian assistance and almost 1.5 million people are internally displaced.
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Yemen plane crashes in Indian Ocean - Paris trip

Yemen plane crashes in Indian Ocean - Paris trip

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Yemen plane crashes in Indian Ocean, 150 on board on the Way to Paris - June 30, 2009
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BBC host & Iranian Professor battle over roles of Saudi Arabia/Iran in Yemen war

BBC host & Iranian Professor battle over roles of Saudi Arabia/Iran in Yemen war

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In a heated interview, BBC host Zeinab Badawi and Iranian-American Professor Mohammad Marandi clash over the roles of regional powerhouses Saudi Arabia and Iran in the catastrophic conflict in Yemen. Saudi Arabia launched the war in Yemen in March 2015, in a so far unsuccessful attempt to bring back the former government to power. At least 10,000 people have been killed in the war, according to the United Nations, while the world body estimates that nearly 19 million people – or 80% of the population – are in need of humanitarian aid. Source: BBC World News Date: 22 February, 2017 Video transcript here: http://middleeastobserver.net/bbc-host-iranian-professor-battle-over-roles-of-saudi-arabiairan-in-yemen-war/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe - YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2PtSAPyEgn0cnYzJZKHKiw Subscribe - Website Mailing List: http://middleeastobserver.net/subscribe/ Like - Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MEO.Translation/ Follow - Twitter: https://twitter.com/MEO_Translation
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Boeing To Support Saudi F-15 Fleet Involved in Yemen Bombing

Boeing To Support Saudi F-15 Fleet Involved in Yemen Bombing

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This video shows you that Boeing To Support Saudi F-15 Fleet Involved in Yemen Bombing. Boeing has won a $46.3 million contract to provide support services for the fleet of F-15SA Eagle fighter-bombers operated by the Royal Saudi Air Force. The contract stipulates providing interim contractor support for the F-15SA aircraft for the Royal Saudi Air Force. Work on the contract will be performed at King Khalid Air Base in Saudi Arabia and is expected to be completed by March 31, 2017, the Defense Department announced Friday. “This contract is 100 percent foreign military sales to Saudi Arabia. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, is the contracting activity,” the release added. The Saudi F-15 force has been engaged in bombing rebel targets in Yemen’s civil war since March 2015 in support of the Sanaa government. The campaign is being criticized by international human rights groups for hitting civilians, causing disproportional child casualties and damaging major non-military infrastructure. air force eagle, boeing f 15, f 15 eagle, f 15 fighter, f 15 for sale, f 15 sa, f 15 silent eagle, f 15 strike eagle Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobalConflict7
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Flight from Yemen cancelled, air security conference at Frankfurt Airport

Flight from Yemen cancelled, air security conference at Frankfurt Airport

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AP TELEVISION 1. Close up of status "Cancelled" for flight IY740 from Sana'a, Yemen to Frankfurt, Germany displayed on arrival board 2. Mid of announcement of flight IY740 from Sana'a, Yemen on arrival board, pan to status "Cancelled" 3. Wide of arrival board at Frankfurt airport 4. Wide of people waiting at arrival gate 5. Airport sign giving directions 6. Police walking through airport hall 7. Wide of AVSEC (Aviation Security) World 2010 conference "Intelligent Security through Collaboration" 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Giovanni Bisignani, Director General of the International Air Transport Association (IATA): "Over the next days, weeks and months, as governments learn more about the threat, we must continue to work together to implement appropriate solutions." 9. Mid shot of panel at conference 10. SOUNDBITE (English) John S. Pistole, Administrator of US Transportation Security Administration: "I think this latest plot highlighted two points. One, that we face a determined and creative enemy with innovative design and concealment of IEDs (Improvised Explosive Devices). And second, that we have a critical need for global interdependence in aviation security." 11. Bisignani listening 12. SOUNDBITE (English) John S. Pistole, Administrator of US Transportation Security Administration: "And we obviously have to strike a delicate balance, because the flow of global commerce is key to economic recovery. Security can not bring business to a standstill." 13. Wide of participants at exhibition at AVSEC World 2010 conference 14. Various of airport security products on display at exhibition 15. Entrance of Lufthansa Cargo Centre at Frankfurt airport STORYLINE: The head of the International Air Transport Association on Tuesday urged governments and industry to rapidly develop effective screening equipment for cargo containers that carry most airborne freight. Giovanni Bisignani said the technology already exists, but that it is taking too long to approve it for airport use. Air freight is often transported in containers that generally are not taken apart to inspect because the process would significantly slow down air travel and the movement of goods. Bisignani was speaking at the aviation security conference AVSEC in Frankfurt, days after the discovery in Dubai and Britain of two explosive devices concealed among the freight carried by cargo jets. Officials have said that without a tip-off from authorities in Saudi Arabia, the bombs may not have been discovered. "Over the next days, weeks and months, as governments learn more about the threat, we must continue to work together to implement appropriate solutions," Bisignani told the conference. John S. Pistole of the US Transportation Security Administration said in a keynote address that there was "a critical need for global interdependence in aviation security" to face an "determined and creative enemy". Pistole argued it was necessary to strike a "delicate balance" between security and the needs of global commerce so that any new measures don't "bring business to a standstill". With US-bound cargo out of Yemen temporarily frozen, Pistole said on Monday the US would provide Yemen with new screening equipment for cargo. Yemen has promised to step up its security at airports. Meanwhile, Germany's aviation authority extended its ban on air cargo from Yemen to include passenger flights. Britain banned the import of larger printer cartridges by air on Monday as it also announced broader measures to halt air cargo from Yemen and Somalia. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/69126827f3cb8760ed9070987c5dbae4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP French transport min on Yemen plane crash ADDS Yemenia head, military spox

WRAP French transport min on Yemen plane crash ADDS Yemenia head, military spox

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France's transport minister said on Tuesday that French aviation inspectors found a "number of faults" during a 2007 inspection of a plane that has crashed in the Indian Ocean. Dominique Bussereau, speaking to reporters at Charles de Gaulle Airport, said that the Airbus A310 was inspected by France's civil aviation agency DGAC in 2007 and "they noticed a certain number of faults." He said the plane had not returned to European air space since. Bussereau said that the airline was not on any European black lists but "was subject to stricter surveillance on our part" and was scheduled for an upcoming interview with European Union safety officials. But Yemenia's chief denied the plane may have been faulty. Speaking to reporters at the headquarters of the company in Paris, Faisal Emran also denied there had been complaints from passengers about the flights. "No, there was no complaining as far as we know. The complaints which we were having maybe someone didn't get what he want," he said. He also strongly denied claims that flights were overloaded. "No way. It never happened. It never happened that more passengers, it cannot be. Because we are using electronic systems on all our boarding systems, electronic systems, so it cannot be. You cannot board, the computer will not accept more than the configuration," he said. But Stephane Salord, the Comoros' honorary consul in Marseille said the contrary called Yemeni's aircraft "flying cattle trucks." Comorans in Paris who have flown Yemenia flights to the Indian Ocean archipelago have been harshly critical of travel conditions on the flights. Meanwhile Christophe Prazuck, French military spokesman, said a patrol boat and reconnaissance ship were being sent to the crash site as well a military transport plane. The French were sending divers as well as medical personnel, he said. The passenger jet from Yemen with 153 people on board crashed Tuesday as it tried to land during heavy wind on the island nation of Comoros. A Yemeni aviation official says a young boy who was plucked alive from the Indian Ocean after a passenger jet crashed was found floating 10 miles (15 kilometres) out to sea. Mohammed Abdul Qader, the Yemeni civil aviation deputy chief, said the boy was 5 years old and has been hospitalised in the Comoros. He had no further details. French President Nicolas Sarkozy "expressed his deep emotion" about the crash and asked the French military to help in the rescue operation, particularly from the French islands of Mayotte and Reunion. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8c5e527da61c0ef441763db0c08fe7fa Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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