Yemen

June 17, 2004

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The Yemeni government has signed a contract with local and other Arab firms for designing the Ghail Ba-Wazeer dam, projected to be the biggest dam in Yemen.

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Locally-based companies need to be quick to react to new revenue streams from the property boom in the UAE, according to a leading interiors firm.

June 14, 2004

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Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh returned home  on Sunday after his participation in the G-8 summit that  was held in Sea Island, Georgia.  During

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Occupation authorities must file charges against Saddam Hussein or let him go when power is transferred to the Iraqi government June 30, a spokeswoman

June 12, 2004

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Four people were killed and six others were injured in A'ns district, Dhamar province, when a man opened fire on worshipers inside the mosque while th

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Lebanese singer Alissa denied recent allegations by Lebanese singer Haifa Wahbi accusing Alissa of being jealous of her

June 10, 2004

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Yemen's Minister of Health Dr. Mohammad Al-Nomi met on Wednesday the Iranian Ambassador to Sana'a Hussein Kmaliat.  The meeting discussed the possibility of recruiting Iranian experts in health securi

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Two middle size LPG tankers will be purchased by Sonatrach in partnership with Japanese traders and built by Universal Shipbuilding Corporation, the Algerian oil company announced Wednesday, according

June 9, 2004

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Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh met on Tuesday Director of International Monetary Fund (IMF) Jorge Marquez-Ruartea. The meeting focused on cooper

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Moscow has reiterated "its principled position" declared during talks between the Russian and US Presidents that "It cooperated and would continue to

June 8, 2004

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Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh arrived in Washington early on Tuesday in an official visit to the United States to participate in the G-8 summit

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The European Investment Bank is lending EUR 100 million to the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company towards construction of a 393 km south-north gas pipeline across Jordan to bring Egyptian natural ga

June 6, 2004

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The trial of 12 suspects charged with bombing the US destroyer Cole opened but was immediately adjourned for one month to allow further investigations

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An agreement for the electrification of railway lines of Algiers suburbs was signed, Saturday in Algiers, by CEO of the national railway transportation (SNTF), Abdelhamid Lalaimia and Alstom-France CE

June 2, 2004

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The Prosecution of Sana'a is investigating a gang counterfeiting foreign currencies. The 10-member gang, consisting of nine Yemenis and an Iraqi natio