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  • Born in Aden, Basindawa served as minister of foreign affairs from 1993 to 1994.
  • Mohammed Basindawa, Hadi's prime minister-designate, announced names for a national unity government to be composed of Saleh loyalists and opposition members in equal measure.
  • In 2011, following months of unrest, Basindawa was nominated by the Yemeni opposition to lead the first government after the ouster of President Saleh.
  • On 21 September 2014, Basindawa resigned as Prime Minister, on the same day when Houthi rebels captured the capital of Yemeni the city Sanaa.
  • On 21 September, the Houthis took control of Sana'a, after which Prime Minister Mohammed Basindawa resigned and the Houthis signed a deal for a new unity government with other political parties.
  • In the year following the attacks the former president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, threatened to arrest the Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindawa because of their differences in how the regime should be run.