The war concluded when the Republican forces won, and this resulted in transformation of the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen into North Yemen.Over 100,000 died on both sides during the conflict.Exclusive: In the final part of her series from inside Yemen, Bethan Mc Kernan investigates how the conflict is weakening the position of women and girls in society.Military history of Yemen Saudi–Yemeni War 1948 Arab–Israeli War North Yemen Civil War NDF Rebellion Yemenite War of 1979 1994 civil war in Yemen Hanish Islands conflict Shia insurgency in Yemen South Yemen insurgency 2011 Yemeni revolution Yemeni Civil War (2015) The Armed Forces of Yemen include the Yemen Army (includes Republican Guard), Navy (includes Marines), 1st Armored Division, Yemeni Air Force (Al Quwwat al Jawwiya al Yamaniya, which includes the Air Defense Force) (2008).There were no reports of gas during 1964, and only a few were reported in 1965. On December 11, 1966, fifteen gas bombs killed two people and injured thirty-five.On January 5, 1967, the biggest gas attack came against the village of Kitaf, causing 270 casualties, including 140 fatalities.The target may have been Prince Hassan bin Yahya, who had installed his headquarters nearby.
The number of military personnel in Yemen is relatively high; in sum, Yemen has the second largest military force on the Arabian Peninsula after Saudi Arabia.
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This is the second such public execution in less than a month, seen as a display of power by the Shiite rebel group that has been in control of the city since the 2014 military coup Ali Ayedh, the victim's uncle, said al-Saket 'took part in the search for the girl before being unmasked' during the police investigation.
He said his public execution would act as a 'deterrent for criminals'.
In 2012, total active troops were estimated as follows: army, 66,700; navy, 7,000; and air force, 5,000.