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ICRC leaves Taiz after its member killed
[21 April 2018]
Gov't discusses partnership with int'l humanitarian organizations 
[17 April 2018]
FM meets IOM's Resident Representative in Sana'a
[15 April 2018]
Delegations of EU, CHR, Swiss donors arrive in capital Sanaa
[14 April 2018]
Leader of Revolution: Saudis must be aware that Yemen’s military industry is evolving
[14 April 2018]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
15 aggression airstrikes hits Medi, Haradh
[21 April 2018]
Dozens of Sudanese soldiers killed in Asir
[21 April 2018]
Army attacks Saudi mercenaries sites in western coast
[21 April 2018]
Army repels mercenaries infiltration in western coast
[21 April 2018]
Army repels large infiltrate of Saudi-paid mercenaries in Asir
[21 April 2018]
 
  Reports
WHO: Diphtheria outbreak kills 84 in Yemen
[03 April 2018]
UNICEF: Nearly 2 million children now out of school in Yemen
[27 March 2018]
Army carries heavy losses in enemy ranks, it's mercenaries
[18 March 2018]
Saudi-US aggression war jet launch 26 raids on number of Yemeni provinces
[17 March 2018]
Report: Dozens of Saudi soldiers, mercenaries killed in military operations over past 48 hours
[12 March 2018]
 
  International
FM meets IOM official
[21 April 2018]
FM welcomes any proposals leading to serious, comprehensive peace
[21 April 2018]
Deputy FM meets Director of UN envoy's office in Sanaa
[21 April 2018]
FM Meets with Resident Representative of ICRC
[17 April 2018]
Acting Speaker of Shura meets UN resident representative
[17 April 2018]
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Archaeological remains belong to Stone Age in Socotra
[30/November/2008]

SANA'A, Nov. 30 (Saba) - A Russian archaeological mission has discovered archaeological remains in Socotra Archipelago belong to the Stone Age man about a million years ago.

The head of Russian mission and senior of Russian Orientals Mr. Vitaly Nawmikn has told the Saba-run Daily al-Syasiah that the found remains, which are the first of its kind, proved that the existence of primitive man has begun about 600,000 years ago.

Nawmikn, who is working on a book on the history of Socotra, pointed out that the findings form a new mystery in the history of world's civilizations and is considered one of the most important civilizations in the world.

It is worth mentioning is that another joint Yemeni-Belgian mission has already announced finding a mountainous cave lengthens 3 km and contains some ancient buildings and temples besides clay pots, censers and other tools related to performing some kind of rituals inside those temples dating back to the third century AD, according to the initial analysis.

Moreover, the General Organization for Antiquities and Museums has also announced discovering five human settlements and six ancient cemeteries belong to very old historical periods, according to the source.

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