October 19, 2000
The Arab Gulf Program for UN Development Organizations (AGFUND) said Monday an agreement has been signed to set up a "Bank for the Poor" in Yemen, with capital of $5.5 million.
October 18, 2000
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh said on Al Jazira satellite channel on Wednesday that a member of the Yemeni Islamic Jihad carried out the “crimin
Yemen recognized on Wednesday that last week's bomb blast at the British embassy in Sanaa was a "premeditated and criminal act" and said its aim was t
The recently signed border demarcation treaty between Yemen and Saudi Arabia represents a milestone in Yemen’s regional relations. For years, attempts at joining the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) had
Hopes are high among economic circles in Yemen that the Yemeni-Saudi border treaty will enable investors from both countries to establish joint plans for investment in industrial, agricultural and mar
In mid-June, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh and Saudi Crown Prince Andullah Bin Abd al-Aziz signed a treaty on border demarcation between the two states. The two nations had been working since 19
Indicators: 1998 1999 2000e GDP real growth rate (%) 6.1 5.4 5.5 Inflation (%) 11.0 7.9 2.0 e - Al-Bawaba forecasts Political Outlook In mid-June, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh
October 17, 2000
US navy divers recovered Tuesday the bodies of seven US sailors trapped in the USS Cole after suspected suicide bombers blew a huge hole in the side o
The previously unknown Islamic Deterrence Forces, which claimed responsibility for the attack against the USS Cole in Aden last week that left 17 US s
October 15, 2000
Security forces took dozens of Yemeni port workers in for questioning after a blast ripped a hole in a US destroyer killing 17 sailors, witnesses and
October 14, 2000
Yemeni and US security forces have turned the port city of Aden into a fortress amid tense US investigations into the blast on the USS Cole that kille
Yemen hit back Saturday after the United States said part of the country was a "safe haven" for terrorists.
Dozens of US investigators will leave no stone unturned in the hunt for exactly who and what caused the huge blast that killed 17 sailors on a navy de
October 13, 2000
A radical Muslim group called Mohammed's Army has claimed responsibility for the bomb attack on the USS Cole destroyer and the British embassy in Yeme
Foreign Secretary Robin Cook said Friday the blast outside the British embassy in Sanaa, Yemen, was a "terrorist attack".