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Gov't discusses partnership with int'l humanitarian organizations 
[17 April 2018]
FM meets IOM's Resident Representative in Sana'a
[15 April 2018]
Delegations of EU, CHR, Swiss donors arrive in capital Sanaa
[14 April 2018]
Leader of Revolution: Saudis must be aware that Yemen’s military industry is evolving
[14 April 2018]
Commemoration of Sayyed Hussein al-Houthi in various Yemeni provinces
[13 April 2018]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Dozens of Saudi-paid mercenaries killed in Jawf
[20 April 2018]
Aggression airstrikes killed at least 20 civilians in Taiz
[20 April 2018]
Artillery shelling targets mercenaries' troops' north Medi desert
[20 April 2018]
Two aggression airstrikes wages on Sanaa
[20 April 2018]
5 Civilians martyrdom in aggression airstrikes in Saada
[20 April 2018]
 
  Reports
WHO: Diphtheria outbreak kills 84 in Yemen
[03 April 2018]
UNICEF: Nearly 2 million children now out of school in Yemen
[27 March 2018]
Army carries heavy losses in enemy ranks, it's mercenaries
[18 March 2018]
Saudi-US aggression war jet launch 26 raids on number of Yemeni provinces
[17 March 2018]
Report: Dozens of Saudi soldiers, mercenaries killed in military operations over past 48 hours
[12 March 2018]
 
  International
FM Meets with Resident Representative of ICRC
[17 April 2018]
Acting Speaker of Shura meets UN resident representative
[17 April 2018]
FM meets SDC's delegation in Sana'a
[15 April 2018]
Foreign Ministry condemns military aggression against Syria
[14 April 2018]
EU Mission, CHR, Swiss donors arrives Sana'a
[14 April 2018]
  Economy
Attacks in Hadhramout cost Yemen $ 126 million in February
[22/April/2014]
SANA'A, April 22 (Saba)- The repeated attacks against oil pipelines in Hadhramout have led to export decrease estimated at 800 thousands barrel in February comparing to around two millions this April.

A formal report issued by the Yemeni Central Bank indicates that the deterioration in oil export caused Yemen USD 89 million from its oil revenues with estimated decrease amounted to USD 120 million than the month before.

The devastating attacks and the halt of oil production have also caused a reduction in the crude oil assigned for local consumption in February to 1,4 million barrel in February, a quantity lesser than local market needs. According to the report, the government resorted to import huge quantities of oil derivatives to face the locally increasing demands of fuel.

Yemen's purchases of imported oil derivatives via Aden Refineries Company in January and February have reached USD 497 million. Meanwhile, Yemen's revenues from the exported oil have not exceeded USD 304 million for the same period.

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UPDATED ON : Fri, 20 Apr 2018 21:33:37 +0300