Yemen

July 15, 2000

03:00 GMT

Yemeni writers and journalists on Saturday condemned as "intellectual terrorism" an Islamist campaign against a journalist who is being tried on blasp

July 12, 2000

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The World Trade Organization (WTO) is expected by the end of July to start discussing the application of Yemen to join it ranks.

July 10, 2000

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Hundreds of employees at a public trucking company demonstrated Monday in and around the southern Yemeni city of Aden to protest the government's non-

July 9, 2000

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Yemeni security forces arrested several villagers Sunday who were at the center of a land dispute in the southern part of the country that turned into

03:00 GMT

Yemeni armed forces have shelled a village in the southern province of Taiz in a dispute over a plot of land, leaving casualties, local residents said

03:00 GMT

Yemen's oil production will reach 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) in 2001, after work is finished on developing wells and several new oil fields go on stream, told the head of the oil ministry's explora

July 7, 2000

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Two Yemenis have been detained in the Philippines on suspicion of being involved in terrorism, the regional head of an anti-terrorist task force said

July 5, 2000

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A Yemeni court has adjourned till August 5th the trial of a presumed serial killer, Sudanese Mohammed Adam Omar, to allow for the translation of a lon

July 4, 2000

03:00 GMT

The trial in Yemen of the presumed serial killer, Sudanese Mohammed Adam Omar, has been adjourned till Saturday by the court of first instance in Sana

July 2, 2000

03:00 GMT

A Yemeni found guilty of kidnapping foreign tourists has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, the official SABA news agency reported Sunday. Faisal H

June 28, 2000

03:00 GMT

Yemen is hosting 73,000 refugees registered by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, most of them are from Somalia, the official news agency SABA sai

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Dozens of bodies and body parts found in a university mortuary in Yemen are being sent to Germany for DNA testing, to see if they belong to victims of

June 27, 2000

03:00 GMT

A team of German forensic experts brought in to determine the number of the "Sanaa Ripper's" victims, their sex, and the causes and time of death said

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Yemen's president approved a border agreement with Saudi Arabia on Monday, but a tribal leader rejected it and warned that his followers will fight to

June 23, 2000

03:00 GMT

Yemen's oil production will reach 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) in 2001 after work is finished on developing wells and several new oil fields go on st