October 30, 2000
A Yemeni government delegation travelled to Athens on Sunday to negotiate with the US firm Delma on the construction of a $500-million power plant, the official news agency SABA reported.
October 29, 2000
A Yemeni government delegation traveled to Athens on Sunday to negotiate with the US firm Delma on the construction of a 500-million-dollar power plan
Yemen’s National Congress Ruling party is currently considering the constitutional amendments proposed by president Ali Abdullah Saleh last August.
The Arab Gulf Program for UN Development Organizations (AGFUND) are in progress of setting up a "bank for the poor" in Yemen, with a capital of $5.5
The crippled guided missile destroyer USS Cole set out on its long voyage home to the United States on Sunday, pulled out of Aden harbor by four tugs.
October 28, 2000
A retired US army general and an admiral arrived in Aden on Saturday to look into how the guided missile destroyer USS Cole fell victim to suicide bom
Top US officials urged Yemen to give its "full cooperation" in the USS Cole attack inquiry, as FBI agents prepared to interview suspects held in Yemen
October 27, 2000
US intelligence agents have "hard evidence" that Osama Bin Laden was behind the blast that killed 17 sailors aboard the USS Cole in Yemen.
London-based Islamic firebrand Abu Hamza al-Masri on Friday called for the expulsion of all Americans from Islamic countries and for all oil deliverie
October 26, 2000
The case of an Islamic Jihad member suspected of throwing a grenade at the British embassy will be handed over to the public prosecutor next week.
A bomb lobbed into a wedding party in a village in southern Yemen killed seven people and grievously wounded eight others.
Several Islamic hardliners were under arrest Thursday in Yemen in connection with the bombing of the USS Cole guided-missile destroyer which, Presiden
October 25, 2000
A Yemeni found guilty of murder has been executed in the country's southern province of Shabwa.
About 10,000 Yemenis demonstrated Wednesday in Ibb province in solidarity with the Palestinians in their battle against Israel.
October 24, 2000
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh condemned Tuesday the outcome of the Arab summit, saying it was too weak.