Yemen

September 9, 2004

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Gulf Air Thursday announced a US$10 million investment in new First and Business class skybeds, which will see the airline offering the most comfortable seating and sleeping environment in the skies.

September 8, 2004

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A passenger coming to Yemen from Dubai tried to smuggle 81 mobile phones in four boxes of sweets. According to SABA, when the employees had searched h

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Jordan's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Mohammad Al Halaiqa, who was assigned to follow up the investigation committee on cases of corruption in the kingdom's public service,

September 7, 2004

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Qatari Foreign Minister Hamad bin Jasim bin Jabr Al Thani arrived on Tuesday in Yemen as part of his brief official visit.  During the visit, the Qata

September 2, 2004

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Yemen's foreign minister Abu Bakr al-Qerbi said that the rebellious al-Houthi wanted to gain the sympathy of Arab nations when he has raised the flag

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Israel threatened to carry out a military attack against Syria, accusing Damascus of being directly involved in Tuesday's suicide bombing attack which

September 1, 2004

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Yemen's Foreign Minister Dr. Abu Bakr al-Qerbi arrived in Tripoli on Tuesday to take part in the Libyan celebrations of the 35th anniversary of the Li

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A senior official at the Saudi Ministry of Health has refused more than SR10 million (about $2.7 million) in bribery from a private health care company.

August 31, 2004

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Yemen exported on Monday to Egypt 1,703 tons of flour through Aden port, general director of Mualla Port in Aden Maher Mohammad al-Shoaibi told Saba news agency.  Al-Showaibi added that Aden Container

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A total of 8,639 road accidents were recorded in Algeria from January to July, 2004, killing 730 people and wounding 15,707, according to official figures. In addition, 43,277 road accidents were regi

August 29, 2004

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Governmental sources disclosed that malaria disease kills 15,000 to 30,000 Yemenis every year.  The 17 July weekly quoted in its issue on Sunday some

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The northern coast port of Al-Hamra will be the main outlet for oil exports after being upgraded, said Egypt's Minister of Petroleum Sameh Fahmi.   The port is now being used to export part of crude s

August 18, 2004

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Mohammad Bin Mohammad Qafla, an official at the Yemeni ministry of tourism said that the British government canceled its warnings for Britons against

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Iran's President Mohammad Khatami on Tuesday evening voiced his hope that after President Hugo Chavez's victory in the recent Venezuelan recall electi

August 17, 2004

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The Yemeni government is planning to set up a dam of with a capacity of 45 million c.m. and with an estimated cost $76 million. The new dam will be built in Sana'a by early 2005.  General manager of t