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Yemeni consultations resumed in Kuwait
[23 May 2016]
Rock slide kills 20 in Taiz
[23 May 2016]
National delegation meets Kuwait's Deputy FM
[22 May 2016]
Security services seize weapons in Dhalea
[21 May 2016]
UN official warns of worsening humanitarian crisis in Yemen
[19 May 2016]
 
  Saudi Aggression on Yemen
Dozens of mercenaries killed, injured in Jawf
[24 May 2016]
Saudi war jets launch 3 raids on Harib Nehm in Mareb
[24 May 2016]
Hostile warplanes destroy house in Harib-Nehm
[24 May 2016]
Aggression's war jets wage six sorties on Jawf
[24 May 2016]
Army repulses hirelings' advance on al-Ghail
[24 May 2016]
 
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Blackwater's dirty tasks in Yemen (analysis)
[17 February 2016]
After declaring involvement in aggression, USA defeated in days
[16 February 2016]
Millions view hashtag USA_kills_Yemeni_people
[16 February 2016]
USA kills Yemeni people with GCC funds
[16 February 2016]
Washington concerns over hash-tag US_kills_Yemeni_people: SRC president
[16 February 2016]
 
  International
M 5.9 earthquake jolts Taiwan
[21 May 2014]
Poll sees centre-right party winning EP elections
[21 May 2014]
Craftsmanship "the luxurious part of Germany's perfection"
[19 May 2014]
Egyptians abroad cast votes to choose new President
[15 May 2014]
5 Afghan soldiers killed in separate bomb attacks with day
[11 May 2014]
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More Yemeni women favor female circumcision, shows study
[04/July/2008]

SANA'A, July 04 (Saba)- A recent study has showed a quarter of Yemeni women have been subjected to circumcision and 71.4% of the Yemeni women favored female circumcision while 48% of the Yemeni men support continuing the process of the circumcision.

Among five provinces of the county, Hodeidah and Hadramout provinces were ranked first in the number of the circumcised women by 97.3%, while the prevalence of female genital mutilation in the provinces of Aden and Maharah reached 96.5% in each and in the capital Sana'a has hit 45.5%, according to the study.

The study was conducted by the Centre of Gender Studies and Research in University of Sana'a, UNICEF and Yemen Women Union.

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