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Supreme Political Council condemns closure of al-Aqsa
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Ballistic missile hits King Fahd airbase
[28 July 2017]
Two ballistic missiles hit Saudi soldiers' groups in Asir
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Mercenaries killed in Baidha
[27 July 2017]
Saudi military gathering targeted, tank bombed in Asir, Jizan
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US-Saudi aggression kills woman in Nehm
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[05 April 2017]
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[25 March 2017]
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[23 March 2017]
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President receives UN high-level delegation
[25 July 2017]
UN delegation arrives in Sanaa
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Yemeni youth, al-Shamiry wins Int'l prize for most influential young leaders
[24 July 2017]
Mass rally in Sanaa to protest against US, Israel
[22 July 2017]
Minister of Planning meets UN official
[16 July 2017]
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India ready to help Yemen in expatriates affaire area
[14/November/2012]

SANA'A, Nov. 14 (Saba) - The Indian embassy in Yemen expressed on Wednesday readiness to allocate short-term scholarships to expatriates affaires ministry's cadres within the Indian scholarship program to Yemen, Indian ambassador said.

During his meeting with Expatriates Affaires Minister Mujahed al-Quhali, Ausaf Sayeed said that the Indian embassy would cooperate with the ministry and offer all Indian experiences Yemen needs.

He stressed the Indian support to Yemen, saying that India would present all kind of aid, particularly in humanitarian areas.

Al-Quhali accepted an Indian invitation to visit Hyderabad city in India, where a big Yemeni community lives in.

The minister and the ambassador discussed the possibility to sign a cooperation agreement in expatriates' affaires as well as the assistance the ministry could present for holding a forum in Hadramout University to review the Yemeni-Indian historic relations.

On the other hand, the minister discussed with the Egyptian ambassador to Yemen Ashraf Aql the bilateral cooperation relations in expatriates affaire area.

They discussed the possibility to exchange expertise between Yemen and Egypt to help the ministry to improve its services to the Yemeni expatriates worldwide.

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