August 7, 2000
A Sanaa court has banned a journalist from working for 10 months for libeling a minister by accusing him of corruption.
Yemen’s minister of oil has said that four new oil fields have been added to the country’s 30,000 square km northern region as a result of the recent border treaty between Yemen and Saudi Arabia.
August 6, 2000
Emir of Qatar and Yemeni President Discuss Economic Cooperation and Mideast Peace in Sanaa.
August 5, 2000
A Yemeni court has received a report on DNA tests carried out by German experts in the "Sanaa Ripper" case.
August 3, 2000
Twenty-three mudbrick Yemeni palaces have been listed on the World Monument Fund 100 most endangered sites for the year 2000
Yemen's government has decided to launch a stock exchange to encourage investment.The central bank and the Minister of Finance have been charged with the preparations.
July 31, 2000
Yemen Airways signs an advertisement and publicity agreement with Naseem Hamed, the World featherweight boxing champion
A Yemeni court sentences a killer of Dutch expert and a Yemeni national to death
(MEBG) - ENI has been actve in Yemen since the 1970s. Its offshore areas, located in the Gulf of Aden, and other onshore areaswere relinquished in 1985. In 1990 ENI acquired a 40 percent participation
July 28, 2000
Planters of Yemen's national narcotic, qat, downed tools Friday to protest a government tax hike and promptly brought the market for the mild stimulan
July 27, 2000
(MEBG) – The Yemeni government several foreign oil companies are negotiating over concessions in four new onshore blocks that had been opened following a border agreement with Saudi Arabia.
July 26, 2000
An exiled Yemeni opposition group on Wednesday offered to mend fences with Sanaa and called off its media campaign against the government of President
Yemen and Ireland are to establish diplomatic relations following talks between their ambassadors to the United Nations, the official SABA news agency
(AFP, SANAA) - Yemen\'s oil revenues are set to reach $1.4 billion in 2000, up 40 percent on 1999, Oil Minister Mohammed al-Khadem al-Wajih said Tuesday. \"Oil revenues for the current year will top
July 24, 2000
Four Yemenis were killed and 8 others were wounded in two seperate accidents in Sana’a city, Yemeni Saba news Agency reported on Monday. The agency sa