February 1, 2001
Yemeni officials said that the mastermind behind the deadly suicide bombing of the USS Cole has been identified as Abdul Rahman al-Saafani, a Yemeni w
January 31, 2001
The total revenue from the Yemeni taxes at the Capital Income Tax Office reached YR.745.308.338.251 during the last fiscal year, showing an increase o
January 30, 2001
The Yemeni national who hijacked a plane on an internal flight from Sanaa to Taaz last week may face the death penalty if proven guilty by the court j
Yemen\'s election committee said Monday it has rejected, for religious reasons, the candidacy of a Yemeni Jew in the February 20 municipal elections.
January 29, 2001
One thousand five hundred and thirty people were killed in Yemen and 10953 injured in 9931 car accidents during 2000,Yemen Times reported. Reports of
January 28, 2001
Ocean Energy, Inc. announced its best financial performance ever with 2000 net income of $228 million or $1.31 per diluted share, excluding special items, on revenues of $1.1 billion.
January 25, 2001
Six Yemeni security officials in Sanaa airport have been arrested as part of the investigation into Tuesday\'s hijacking of a domestic flight of Yemen
January 24, 2001
The United States said Tuesday it would review security procedures followed by its diplomats in Yemen, following the failed hijacking of a plane there
January 23, 2001
A hijacker of an internal Yemeni flight which landed in Djibouti has been arrested by the security forces there.
Occidental Petroleum signed a production-sharing contract with the government of Yemen to conduct oil exploration in Block 44 in the Hadramaut province in Central Yemen.
January 22, 2001
Mohammad Adam Omar, the Sudanese convicted in Yemen for serial killings, is in the limelight again after the Yemeni authorities claimed Sunday that th
January 21, 2001
Yemen presents a paradoxical phenomenon where by political turmoil and economic development seem to be independent of one another. But this is almost certainly not the case. Yemen is a country with po
January 12, 2001
Three Yemenis wounded in a deadly hail of machine-gun fire as they knelt in prayer at a mosque have died of their injuries, while the gunman has been
January 11, 2001
Armed men shot dead six Muslims and wounded 10 others knelt in prayer at a mosque in Yemen after a stormy debate about forthcoming elections, the firs
January 10, 2001
The total value of the Yemeni exported fruits and vegetables reached last year more than $100 million, Yemen Times reported. According to the paper, t