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[23 October 2014]
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Yemen, Somalia discuss bilateral relations
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Yemen's Friends steering committee report on national situation
[25 September 2014]
The Peace and National Partnership Agreement
[22 September 2014]
Fuel crisis and political motivations
[15 September 2014]
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[25 August 2014]
An opportunity to celebrate humanitarian heroes in Yemen
[19 August 2014]
 
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M 5.9 earthquake jolts Taiwan
[21 May 2014]
Poll sees centre-right party winning EP elections
[21 May 2014]
Craftsmanship "the luxurious part of Germany's perfection"
[19 May 2014]
Egyptians abroad cast votes to choose new President
[15 May 2014]
5 Afghan soldiers killed in separate bomb attacks with day
[11 May 2014]
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Hadi meets U.S Attorney General
[01/October/2012]


WASHINGTON, Sep. 30 (Saba) – President Abdo Rabu Mansour Hadi met, at his residence in Washington on Sunday, the U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and his accompanied delegation.

At their meeting, Hadi and Holder discussed issues related to the conditions of human rights and efforts exerted by the Yemeni government in the various related sides.

The American official hailed the efforts of President Hadi in ways to promote the Yemeni-American relations, praising the development witnessed in Yemen during the last period especially in judiciary field.

For his part, President Hadi expressed his appreciation over the existed cooperation between the two countries which in return would enhance the cooperation ties between them.

He also assisted on the importance of freeing the Yemeni detainees in Guantanamo and they would be rehabilitated in order to renounce extremism and terrorism acts.

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