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Yemeni journalist released from prison in Sanaa
[16 January 2018]
Mahwit Governor kicks off voluntary recruiting campaign in Dawila district
[16 January 2018]
Maswar district tribesmen rally to reinforce army in fighting Saudi aggression
[16 January 2018]
Voluntary recruiting campaign inaugurated in Yemen's Hajjah
[16 January 2018]
Dhamar Governor inaugurates voluntary recruiting campaign
[16 January 2018]
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Saudi warplanes wage 4 raids on Amran
[16 January 2018]
Saudi military vehicle destroyed, killing its crew in Jizan
[16 January 2018]
2 Mercenaries' military vehicles smashed in Najran
[16 January 2018]
7 Saudi aggression airstrikes hit Saada
[16 January 2018]
URGENT: Yemen fires ballistic missile on Saudi airport
[16 January 2018]
Report: Army, committees killed, injured dozens of Saudi soldiers, mercenaries in attacks over Sunday
[15 January 2018]
Report: 2 Yemeni civilians injured in 19 Saudi aggression airstrikes, attacks on Yemen during one day
[15 January 2018]
Report: 23 Saudi-led coalition airstrikes hit Yemen over 24 hours
[14 January 2018]
Report: 2 Yemeni civilians murdered in 19+ Saudi aggression airstrikes, attacks on Yemen over Friday
[13 January 2018]
Report: Army sniped 27 Saudi soldier, mercenaries in attacks, ballistic missile at Special Forces camp in Najran during one day
[12 January 2018]
Yemen, WFP sign MoU to rehabilitate Hodeidah port
[16 January 2018]
Yemen calls on UAE occupation forces to stop destroying Socotra
[16 January 2018]
Norwegian Refugee Council calls for reopening Yemen's ports
[15 January 2018]
FM meets UN political affairs official
[15 January 2018]
FM meets OHCHR official
[15 January 2018]
Yemen's external debt increases slightly in February

SANA'A, April 21 (Saba) - Yemen's external debt slightly stepped up to $7.237 billion in February 2014, up nearly $4 million from January, the Central Bank of Yemen (CBY) reported on Monday.

The figures of the CBY's report showed that the International Finance Corporation's institutions topped Yemen creditors with around $3.563 billion, including over $2 billion from the International Development Foundation and $710 million from the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD).

Yemen's debt for the Paris Club members amounted to $1.625 billion, of which mostly has been loaned from Russia with $ 1.143 billion.

It was reported that the debt for non-member nations in the Paris Club has reached to $1.533 billion, with $1.341 billion from the Saudi Fund for Development (SDF).

The report stated a debt estimated at $516 million for unknown authorities.

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UPDATED ON : Tue, 16 Jan 2018 22:36:34 +0300