February 22, 2001
Two newly-elected opposition representatives and three policemen were reported killed in clashes in Yemen Thursday as counting continued in municipal
By Nigel Thorpe Senior English Editor Albawaba.com - Amman Serendipity has often played a major role in great archeological discoveries. The most rec
Yemen’s ruling General People's Congress (GPC) and several opposition parties traded accusations Wednesday over Tuesday’s polls in the country’s munic
February 21, 2001
Mobile phone use in Yemen is set to rise sharply following the launch in mid-February of two networks to rival the state's monopoly wireless operator.
A majority of Yemenis have voted in favor to extend the mandates of the president and MPs in a referendum. President Ali Abdullah Saleh's ruling Gener
Five joint cooperation agreements have been concluded between Yemen and the United Arab Emirates concerning economic and trade issues, technology, health, agriculture and labor. These will be added to
February 20, 2001
Yemenis began voting Tuesday in the first municipal elections since the country was unified in 1990. The electorate will also vote in a referendum to
February 19, 2001
The first consignment of Iranian made inter-city buses was delivered to Yemeni transportation officials on Sunday
February 14, 2001
A gunman shot dead four people and wounded seven others in a mosque in south Yemen. Sources said that attack was tied to municipal elections on Februa
February 13, 2001
Four Yemeni women were arrested last week in Sana’a on charges of abducting girls and forcing them to be sex slaves.
GSM mobile phone system will be launched in Yemen Wednesday for the first time.
February 10, 2001
A Yemeni Committee formed by the Company of Condensing and Exporting Gas is currently involved in a study to evaluate the available commercial and fin
The US investigation officers of the embassy in Sanaa refused to categorize last Tuesday's US embassy car accident as a normal car accident, since the
February 8, 2001
A Yemeni old woman fainted when she saw for the first time an airplane taking off Thursday at Sana international airport, Yemen's official news agency
February 7, 2001
Yemen will sign prospecting agreements with foreign oil companies aimed at doubling production to one million barrels per day (bpd) and boosting reserves, Oil Minister Mohammad al-Wajih said Tuesday.