March 18, 2001
Yemen’s Foreign Minister Abdul Kader Ba Jammal arrived in Baghdad carrying a message from President Ali Abdullah Saleh to his Iraqi counterpart Saddam
Yemen and Oman seek further cooperation in the fields of culture and tourism.
The Yemen administration for cultivation has set aside some 7000 Feddans of land for the cultivation of cotton crops. The produce will serve the raw material requirements of textile factories in Sana'
A report issued by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) expressed concern over Yemen's increasing inflation rate, which rose from five percent in 1997 to more than 11 percent in 2000.
March 14, 2001
Two armored vehicles loaded with arms collided Tuesday, killing seven Yemeni border guards close to the frontier with Oman.
The Ukrnafta joint stock oil-extracting company intends to start drilling for oil in Yemen and Libya.
Pertacal Energy has plugged and suspended the Daw'an 2 well on Yemen's Block R-2 following disappointing drilling results. Gallo Oil is well operator.
March 12, 2001
Regional representative of the World Health Organization (WHO) arrived Monday in Sanaa to supervise the extensive vaccine program.
The Yemeni General Investment Board has prepared a book which includes an analysis of 34 investment opportunities in Yemen, while aiming at investment propagation in the agriculture and service sector
March 11, 2001
A new British ambassador has been appointed in Yemen.
The Yemeni General Investment Board has prepared a book which includes analysis of 34 investment opportunities in Yemen.
The International Monetary Fund on Thursday, March 8, urged Yemen to press ahead with privatization and reforms to its tax and bank supervision systems in order to lessen dependence on oil and improve
March 10, 2001
The case of Iraqi Zainab Saud Aziz, murdered in Yemen over 15 months ago by serial killer Mohammed Adam, may have international repercussions.
March 8, 2001
For the fiscal year 2001, a yemeni presidential law has estimated state general balance-sheet as YR 487,843,228,000, (1YR = $0.00645494) estimating ex
March 6, 2001
Personal weaponry remains a popular accessory in Yemen, where men frequently walk about with curved <I>Jambya</I> daggers strung to their waists and rifles slung over their shoulders.