June 19, 2001
Prime Minister of the Republic of Comoros Hamadah Mad arrived in Sanaa on Monday for talks with Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Yemeni authorities have arrested nine people for allegedly plotting an attack against American investigators who were probing the USS Cole blast late
The Yemeni parliament decided Monday, June 18, to make a two million dollar gift to the Palestinians to support the intifada, coinciding with the visit to Sanaa of the leader of the Palestinian parlia
June 18, 2001
The Austrian oil group OMV is engaged in talks with Yemen and Qatar in an attempt to clinch oil and gas projects, company CEO Richard Schenz said Sunday, June 17. "Negotiations began recently. We are
June 17, 2001
Paris Club creditors said on Friday, June 15, they had agreed to a restructuring of about $420 million (€494 million) of Yemen's public external debt and cancel obligations of about $25 million. "Giv
Paris Club creditors said on Friday they had agreed to a restructuring of about $420 million (494 million euros) of Yemen's public external debt and cancel obligations of about $25 million. "Given th
June 15, 2001
Paris Club creditors said on Friday they had agreed to a restructuring of about 420 million dollars (494 million euros) of Yemen's public external deb
June 14, 2001
A German man who was kidnapped by tribesmen in Yemen on May 26 was freed "safe and sound" on Wednesday.
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Al-Saleh recently appointed Abdul-Aziz Nasser Al-Kamim as the new Chief Executive of the Public Investment Authority, reports <I>Al-Hayat</I> daily.
June 13, 2001
Lighting has killed thirteen people in the northern part of Yemen over the last several days.
An elderly Yemeni passenger died of an apparent heart attack shortly after arriving at Dubai International Airport on Tuesday.
The 13th annual meeting of the Yemeni-Saudi Coordination Council is scheduled to be held in Sanaa, June 20. On the agenda are ways of settling the $231-million Yemeni debt to Saudi Arabia.
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.