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SCER holds consultative meeting with political parties' representatives
[19 February 2019]
FM meets deputy representative of UNICEF
[19 February 2019]
President discusses with Ibb Governor local authority's plan for 2019
[19 February 2019]
President meets Vice-Chairman of Shura Council's Defense and Security Committee
[19 February 2019]
Parliament discusses latest developments at national arena
[18 February 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
2 saudi-led airstrikes hit Hajah
[19 February 2019]
Army kills dozens of saudi-led mercenaries in Bayda, destroys 2 military vehicles
[19 February 2019]
Army imposes control on several sites in Nar mount's Jizan
[19 February 2019]
Army launches Zizal-1 missile on mercenaries' gatherings in Najran
[19 February 2019]
Army kills dozens of saudi-led mercenaries in Moton's Jawf
[19 February 2019]
 
  Reports
Army pounds Saudi-paid mercenaries over 24 hours
[19 February 2019]
Army inflicts on Saudi-led coalition's, its mercenaries heavy losses over last 24 hours : Report
[17 February 2019]
Coalition continues over last hours to violate cease fire in Hodeidah, airstrikes on Hajjah, Saada provinces
[16 February 2019]
Coalition continues over last hours to violate cease fire in Hodeidah, attack other provinces
[11 February 2019]
Army inflicts on saudi-led coalition's troops heavy losses over last 24 hours : Report
[11 February 2019]
 
  International
Health Minister meets UNFPA representative
[19 February 2019]
Foreign Ministry condemns al-Azhar terrorist bombing in Cairo
[19 February 2019]
UN envoy leaves Sanaa Int'l Airport
[19 February 2019]
Situation of human rights in Yemen :Report
[19 February 2019]
FM congratulates Gambian counterpart on National Day
[18 February 2019]
  Local
Eritrea seizes 348 Yemeni fishing boats- official report
[11/May/2010]

SANA'A, May 11 (Saba) – Eritrean authorities seized since 2006 until the first quarter of this year about 384 Yemeni fishing boats, an official report has noted.

The boats cost $ 4500 and the seizures have left 3799 Yemeni fishermen jobless.

Most of the seizures took place while the boats were fishing in international waters.

Crews sometimes were arrested, taken to Eritrea and sent back after their boats and all properties onboard had been confiscated by the Eritrean.

The Yemeni Fishermen Cooperative Union has urged the government to intervene and contact the Eritrean authorities over releasing the Yemeni boats and other fishermen properties.

The union also called for forming a Yemeni-Eritrean technical committee for setting out conditions for allowing Yemeni boats to fish without being intercepted.

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