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Free preview and other fees are reduced in government and private hospitals in Sanaa
[18 November 2018]
Health Ministry distributes modern ambulances
[17 November 2018]
Army launches offensive on Saudi-led mercenaries' sites in Bayda
[17 November 2018]
Army attacks Saudi-led mercenaries' sites in Marib
[17 November 2018]
Information Minister inspects work in Sanaa Radio
[17 November 2018]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Civilian Killed, 2 wounded in Saudi shelling on border areas in Saada
[18 November 2018]
Army attacks Saudi-led mercenaries' sites in Taiz
[18 November 2018]
Army launches offensive on coalition’s sites in Nihem
[18 November 2018]
2 new Saudi-led air strikes hit Saada
[18 November 2018]
Citizen Killed in Saudi-led artillery shelling on Hodeidah
[18 November 2018]
 
  Reports
Army carries out military attacks over 24 past hours
[18 November 2018]
Army targets mercenaries' training camp over 24 past hours
[17 November 2018]
12 civilians killed, injured including children over 24 past hours
[17 November 2018]
Report: Food, Agriculture in Yemen
[17 November 2018]
Report: Army inflicts heavy casualties on Saudi-paid mercenaries in all fronts
[15 November 2018]
 
  International
Israeli Occupation Arrests Palestinian Boy and Prisoner
[18 November 2018]
The Syrian army announces control of large areas of ​​Tallul al-Safa
[18 November 2018]
Our soldiers stay on the Mexican border as long as necessary : Trump
[18 November 2018]
OCHA discuss humanitarian interventions in Hodeidah
[18 November 2018]
US promises Ukraine to fight German-Russian gas project
[17 November 2018]
  Economy
Japan approves $4 mln to fund projects in Yemen
[06/August/2007] SANA'A, (Saba)- The Japanese government has decided to
allocate around $4 million to fund projects in Yemen through World
Bank and Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) as well as
financing activities of the United Nations High Commission for
Refugees (UNHCR) in Yemen.

In its statement, the Japanese embassy pointed out to the projects
that are funded by Japan in Yemen such as the project of developing
port cities at 550,000 dollars through the WB, and agricultural
project in high regions of Yemen at 780,000 dollars as well as
project of combating locusts in central regions of the country at
900,000 dollars through the FAO.

Japan also contributes to funding UNHCR program in Yemen with 1
million dollars to offer protection for refugees in Yemen.

The statement also pointed out other projects funded by the Japanese
government, especially in fields of health and education.

AH/AM

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UPDATED ON : Sun, 18 Nov 2018 13:19:20 +0300