June 11, 2001
More than 60 million kinds of weapons are possessed by Yemenis, according to the latest statistics.
Almost no Western tourists have traveled to Yemen between 1999 and 2000, raising fears that the country’s tourism sector is nearing collapse, following cases of kidnap and murder of Western tourists.
June 10, 2001
Yemen's Ministry of Electricity and Water has allocated $300 million to reinforcing the capacity of the national power grid.
The United States on Saturday closed its embassy in Yemen, authorized its non-essential diplomats and families of US government employees to leave, an
The World Bank approved a 40-year, $5 million redit for Yemen aimed at helping the country build and maintain a road network. "This project will support the government of Yemen's recently initiated
The World Bank approved a 40-year, $45 million credit for Yemen aimed at helping the country build and maintain a road network. ”This project will support the government of Yemen's recently initiate
June 9, 2001
Yemeni Prime Minister Abdulqader Ba-Jammal announced on Friday that his government intended to hold talks with all political parties on a new draft la
June 6, 2001
The commander of the UAE’s navy, Tayar Al Marar, held talks Tuesday in Abu Dhabi with his Yemeni counterpart, Mansour Al Maqaleh, on ways to enhance b
Yemen and the USAID Agency recently signed an agreement to execute a technical and financial study to modernize the Maareb Oil Refinery, located 137 kilometers from Sanaa.
June 4, 2001
US officials in Yemen investigating the bombing of the destroyer USS Cole moved their operation Sunday from the port of Aden to the capital, Sanaa.
Three people were killed and four wounded in a battle between security forces and a family of bandits that raged for several hours in the heart of the
June 1, 2001
Saudi Arabia and Yemen signed in Sanaa on Thursday an agreement of joint cooperation in the field of electricity.
May 31, 2001
US forces in Bahrain are on a higher state of alert after a weekend threat against potential American targets there.
The Yemeni Telecommunication & Wireless Communication Public Corporation intends to implement a comprehensive infrastructure improvement plan with the objective of increasing the number of telephone l
May 30, 2001
Accor hotel group, a European leader and one of the world's largest groups in travel, tourism and services, has announced plans to boost its Middle Ea