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President receives religious scholars
[22 February 2017]
Minister of State meets WFP director
[22 February 2017]
President meets COCA Chairman
[21 February 2017]
President meets Mahweet Governor
[21 February 2017]
President meets a number of notables, Sheikhs of Amran
[21 February 2017]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
GPC President Saleh delivers speech to aggression countries
[23 February 2017]
Saudi aggression launches four airstrikes on Mareb
[23 February 2017]
Mercenary attempt to advance to Alab crossing thwarted
[23 February 2017]
Army Missile hits US-Saudi aggression camps in Najran
[23 February 2017]
Army artillery hit Saudi-paid mercenaries in Taiz
[23 February 2017]
 
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Report: Yemen army announces restoring balance of missile deterrence
[20 February 2017]
Roundup: 309 airstrikes hit Yemen in five days
[15 February 2017]
Saudi aggression launches around 73 airstrikes on Yemen over 48 hours
[05 February 2017]
Saudi aggression warplanes launch 328 airstrikes on Yemeni provinces
[31 January 2017]
45 Saudi aggression airstrikes hit Yemen provinces over past 24 hours
[22 January 2017]
 
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President al-Sammad congratulates Sultan of Brunei on National Day
[22 February 2017]
President congratulates Kenyan President on National Day
[22 February 2017]
Eritrea frees 10 Yemeni fishermen
[21 February 2017]
SOS Organization awarded in Yemen's capital
[12 February 2017]
President al-Sammad congratulates Iranian President
[11 February 2017]
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Border guards kill qat smuggler
[04/November/2009]


HARADH, Nov. 04 (Saba) - A Yemeni qat smuggler has been shot dead by Saudi border guards while trying to smuggle qat leaves, which is banned in Saudi Arabia, across the Yemeni-Saudi border,

Interior Ministry reported on Wednesday that Yemen's security authorities of Hajjah province have delivered the body of the man, 21, to his family.

Though it is not banned in Yemen, qat is strictly forbidden in Saudi Arabia, which considers as a narcotic.

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