May 17, 2001
The Yemen Airlines Corporation, Yemenia, recently announced that it will proceed with modernization and renewal plans for its aircraft fleet.
May 16, 2001
Yemen’s Oil Minister, Rashid Saleh Barbaa, expects Yemeni gas producers to explore the possibility of new export markets, especially in the U.S., over the course of the next two years.
May 15, 2001
The Jordanian-Yemeni Higher Committee will hold its 18th round of meetings in Amman in July.
A brother of Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh, Major General Mohammed, died on Monday at a hospital in London.
May 14, 2001
Yemeni security forces were deployed in the streets of the capital city of Sanaa and other main urban centers on Monday in a new drive to disarm citiz
Yemeni Vice President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi is in Qatar for a two-day visit for talks on bilateral relations with Qatari officials.
May 13, 2001
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh will visit Saudi Arabia late this month.
Yemen’s Vice-President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi arrives Sunday in Doha for bilateral talks with Qatari officials.
With a confidence vote behind it and following a reshuffle in April, the Yemeni cabinet is now able to proceed with its economic agenda, at the heart of which is a reform program launched in 1995 unde
May 12, 2001
Jordan’s King Abdullah will start an official visit to Yemen on May 26.
May 11, 2001
The Yemeni government has referred 60 judges and prosecutors to a disciplinary council, and submitted the names of another 60 to the higher Judiciary
May 10, 2001
SANAA, (Reuters) - Independent oil producer Yemen expects production on new concessions to boost its crude output to 470,000 barrels per day by the end of 2001, Oil Minister Rasheed Barabaa said in re
May 7, 2001
Yemen’s Shura council, or parliament, on Sunday set up an ad hoc panel to propose ways of settling revenge cases and reconciling feuding tribes.
The Yemeni Parliament on Sunday passed a vote of confidence in the new government in a session boycotted by the speaker and other members of the main
According to preliminary figures recently published by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Egypt supplied 1.2 percent of the imports entering Yemen during the year 1999. This figure remained unchan