November 19, 2000
A Yemeni court on Sunday condemned to death a Sudanese morgue attendant for the murder of two female students at Sanaa University.
A Swedish technician's kidnap ordeal entered a second week on Sunday as Yemeni authorities negotiated with his tribal hostage-takers and circled their
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh met Saturday with his Somali counterpart, Abdulkassim Salat Hassan, to examine ways to consolidate national reconc
November 16, 2000
Vintage Petroleum, Inc. announced that the An Naeem #2 exploration well on the S-1 Damis Block in the Republic of Yemen has been drilled and tested through the targeted Alif zone.
November 15, 2000
The US State Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation insisted Wednesday they were not bickering over the probe into the terrorist attack on
November 14, 2000
Medical teams from Holand carried out on Monday a number of plastic surgeries at Aden Republican Educational Hospital in cooperation with Yemeni surge
Sailors on guard duty aboard the US destroyer Cole, damaged last month by a bomb blast in the Yemeni port of Aden, had no ammunition and could not sho
November 13, 2000
A Yemeni air force Mi-17 helicopter crashed near the capital on Monday, killing two pilots, two airmen and a Jordanian officer on board.
A Yemeni air force Mi-17 helicopter crashed near the capital on Monday, killing three pilots and two soldiers.
The Hertz company has announced that it had strengthened its market share in the Middle East by opening a new branch in Yemen. This is Hertz’s 36th branch in the region, spread out in 11 different cou
November 12, 2000
About 500,000 women marched through the Yemeni capital on Sunday in support of the Palestinians and to press the Islamic summit to back the Intifada o
The suicide attack which crippled the US destroyer Cole in a Yemeni harbor a month ago, killing 17 sailors, cost 10,000 dollars at most.
November 9, 2000
Over the course of the upcoming two weeks, the Yemeni parliament will discuss the new public budget proposal, which was approved by the local cabinet two days ago.
TransGlobe Energy Corp. announced the start of oil production on Block 32, Republic of Yemen.
November 8, 2000
Yemeni economists have expressed surprise that, despite the dramatic increase in the price of crude oil, the country’s budget for 2001 is forecast to run a deficit of 14.8 billion Yemenite rials.