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President discusses humanitarian situation in Hajja
[22 April 2017]
FM welcomes US official statements over Yemen
[19 April 2017]
Supreme Political Council, Supreme Economic Council hold meeting over state's equipment
[17 April 2017]
PM discusses with ministers promoting national capacities to achieve food security
[12 April 2017]
President directs government to prepare general budget to provide employees' salaries
[11 April 2017]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Artillery hit mercenaries' sites in Marib
[23 April 2017]
Enemy Saudi continues committing war crimes against Yemeni people
[23 April 2017]
Mercenaries' military vehicle smashed in Jawf
[23 April 2017]
Saudi aggression warplanes bomb Serwah of Marib
[23 April 2017]
Mercenaries shelled in Lahj
[23 April 2017]
 
  Reports
Report: 49 Yemeni civilians killed in 212 Saudi aggression airstrikes in six days
[05 April 2017]
Roundup: 1107 Saudi airstrikes kill 135 Yemeni civilians in March
[29 March 2017]
Roundup: Saudi kills 15 Yemeni civilians in 112 airstrikes on Yemen in 3 days
[25 March 2017]
Report: Saudi kills 68 in 301 airstrikes on Yemen in 7 days
[23 March 2017]
Roundup: Saudi kills 30 in 235 airstrikes on Yemen in 6 days
[15 March 2017]
 
  International
Parliament speaker meets director of international crisis group
[23 April 2017]
Defense Minister meets head of ICRC delegation in Yemen
[19 April 2017]
FM meets head of ICRC mission in Yemen
[18 April 2017]
FM meets MSF acting Resident Representative to Yemen
[18 April 2017]
Parliament speaker congratulates his Syrian counterpart on Evacuation Day
[17 April 2017]
  Local
Nearly 200 pieces of antiquity recovered
[28/July/2009]


SANA'A, July 28 (Saba) - About 200 antique pieces have been recovered since the beginning of 2009, General Organization for Antiquities and Museums (GAAM) said has said.

A source at the GAAM told the GPC-run almotamar.net that the antiquities have been held with smugglers in different outlets, trying to smuggle the pieces abroad.

Most of the antiquities were held by the security authorities in the Sana'a International Airport.

Six suspects, all are Yemenis, are being appeared in courts in connection to smuggling antiquities, according to the source.

The recovered antiquities included statues, archeries and stone panels and others back to before and after Islamic period.

On the other hand, the Authority has managed to buy around 300 pieces of antique from citizens and sent them to the National Museum.

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