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Veterinary vaccination campaign targets 308,000 sheep in Sanaa
[21 April 2019]
Supreme Political Council renews commitment to Sweden Agreement
[21 April 2019]
PM launches national campaign for consumer protection
[21 April 2019]
Ibb governor affirms ongoing support to battle fronts
[21 April 2019]
Yemenis will not forget who war them in their livelihood: FM
[21 April 2019]
 
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Army downs Saudi-led reconnaissance aircraft in Hodeidah
[21 April 2019]
YPC holds so-called Aden commission responsible for continued oil derivatives vessels' detention
[21 April 2019]
Court in capital compels prosecution to execute decisions to arrest Hadi, other traitors, detain their properties
[21 April 2019]
Army downs Saudi-led reconnaissance aircraft off Najran
[21 April 2019]
Army fires ballistic missile at Saudi-led mercenaries’ gatherings off Jizan
[21 April 2019]
 
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Coalition continues violations for Sweden agreement, attacks several provinces over last hours
[21 April 2019]
Army liberates, secures new sites in Taiz, Baydha, Jawf from the inflicted-heavy-losses mercenaries over last hours
[21 April 2019]
Coalition continue to violate Sweden agreement, attacks several provinces: Report
[19 April 2019]
Army liberates more than 50 sites, inflicts on mercenaries heavy losses: Report
[19 April 2019]
Army inflicts on Saudi-led mercenaries heavy losses over last 24 hours ; Report
[15 April 2019]
 
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Deputy PM discusses with UNICEF's official support for National Vision of Education in Yemen
[21 April 2019]
FM meets with Head of ICRC in Yemen
[21 April 2019]
FM condemns terrorist attack in Sri Lanka
[21 April 2019]
Justice Minister meets UNICEF programs head
[21 April 2019]
IOF arrest 7 Palestinians from West Bank, one of them with disabilities
[21 April 2019]
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IOM expels 312 Ethiopians from Yemen
[14/November/2010]


HODEIDAH, Nov. 14 (Saba) - The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has expelled about 312 Ethiopians, including 13 women from Yemen to their home via Hodeidah airport for entering Yemen illegally.

The IOM Emergency and Post Conflict Officer Mario Lito Malanca said the IOM has departed the first group of Ethiopian migrants, out of 2000, who are stranded in Haradh border area.

Departure process is carried out according to a modern mechanism of voluntary repatriation for migrants in cooperation with United Nations (UN) and its partners, he said.

Malanca also made clear that the IOM is working to assist the illegal migrants to start a new life due to the difficult circumstances they are experiencing.

He expressed appreciation of the Yemeni government for facilitating the migrants' voluntary repatriation, affirming the IOM would continue its work in expelling the rest Ethiopian migrants after Eid al-Adha vacation.

For his part, the IOM representative in Yemen Fawzi al-Zyoud said the migrants would be departed to Addis Ababa on two flights, valuing Yemen's efforts in easing the repatriation.

Al-Zyoud said that a working team at Haradh border area containing a consul form the Ethiopian Embassy is registering those, who want to return home and provide them with the required travel documents.

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