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Army foils mercenaries infiltration in border crossing Buqa
[23 October 2016]
25 mercenaries killed, injured in Marib
[23 October 2016]
Army bomb Saudi tank, repel mercenaries' advance, kill dozens in Marib
[23 October 2016]
Saudi mercenaries shell residents houses in Marib
[22 October 2016]
Army destroys Saudi-paid mercenaries' vehicle in Jawf, kills crew
[22 October 2016]
  Saudi Aggression on Yemen
Saudi aggression warplanes launch 3 strikes on Nehm
[23 October 2016]
Saudi aggression planes strike Jawf
[23 October 2016]
Saudi aggression warplanes fire bunker buster missiles on capital Sanaa
[23 October 2016]
Saudi war jets strike on Moton, kill citizen
[22 October 2016]
Saudi jets wage raids on Shabwa
[22 October 2016]
Roundup: Saudi aggression warplanes continue breaching ceasefire
[22 October 2016]
Saudi-Led Attack on Sanaa Funeral Apparent War Crime: says Human Rights Watch
[13 October 2016]
Army's heroes keep advances against Saudi aggression on various front lines
[19 September 2016]
The Guardian publishes detailed investigation into Saudi aggression crimes against Yemen
[17 September 2016]
Blackwater's dirty tasks in Yemen (analysis)
[17 February 2016]
Army capture strategic site in Najran
[23 October 2016]
Saudi aggression artillery attacks Saada
[22 October 2016]
Army hits Saudi military gathering in Asir, Najran, Jizan
[20 October 2016]
Army kills dozens enemy Saudi soldiers, bombs military sites in Jizan, Najran
[19 October 2016]
Army fires ballistic missiles on Jizan
[19 October 2016]
Yemen foreign debt jumps to $6 bln in September

SANA'A, Nov.23 (Saba) - Yemen's foreign debt has reached $6.4 billion by end of last September 2009 by an increase of $85 million from last August.

A report issued by the Central bank of Yemen (CBY) disclosed that the IFC's institutions topped Yemen creditors with more than $3 billion including the International Finance Corporation, the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, the International Fund for Agriculture Development IFAD and others.

The rest debt was for the International Monetary Fund, the OPEC Fund for International Development and Islamic Development Bank and the European Union.

Yemen's debt for the Paris Club Members came second with about $1.7 billion including $1.2 billion in Russian loans and $279 million in Japanese loans, while the rest debt was in the U.S., French, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Dutch and German loans.

The country's debt for the other creditors came in the third position, with Yemen owing Saudi, Chinese, Kuwaiti and Iraqi Funds as well as Algeria, Boland and Korea about $876.5 million.


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