April 17, 2001
A Yemeni pilot was killed Tuesday when his air force plane crashed during a training exercise near the international airport in Sanaa.
April 16, 2001
International, financial Institutions, regional Arab funds and agencies had offered the republic of Yemen $6.128 billion loans by the end of 2000.
A business delegation from Saudi Arabia and Yemeni will discuss later this week the ways of establishing a joint share-holding company with a capital
A security source in the Yemeni capital of Sana’ revealed Sunday that security authorities arrested a robbery ring, half of whose members are policeme
April 15, 2001
Tourism revenues totaled YR. 9.7 billion ($585m) last year in Yemen.
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh on Saturday ordered a major reshuffle in the provincial administration replacing three provincial governors follo
April 8, 2001
The trial of five Yemenis suspected of carrying out the bombings in the port city of Aden that targeted a church, a hotel and the office of the state
April 5, 2001
US President George W. Bush made on Wednesday phone calls Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh, and Tunisia's Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, whith whom he d
A Yemeni appeals court has upheld the death sentence handed down on a Sudanese morgue attendant for the grisly murder of two young women at Sanaa Univ
April 3, 2001
Saudi Information Minister Fouad bin Abdul-Salam Farsi arrived in Sanaa on Tuesday for talks with his Yemeni counterpart, Abdulrahman al-Akowa, on bol
An Iranian delegation arrived in Sanaa on Monday for talks with senior Yemeni officials to discuss ways of bolstering bilateral ties between the two c
April 2, 2001
The volume of smuggling in Yemen reached YR.70 billion ($437m), equivalent to 25 percent of the total volume of the legal trade.
A statue of India’s Mahatma Ghandi has been installed in the Yemeni port of Aden.
Yemen's ambassador to the USA, Abdulwahhab Al-Hajri, has denied that he attended a reception in honor of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in Washin
The annual volume of smuggling in Yemen reached 70 billion Yemeni rials ($437 million), equivalent to nearly 25 percent of Yemen’s total volume of the legal trade.