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Youth Championship for people with disabilities starts in Sanaa
[21 January 2019]
Winter storm sweeps northern Japan
[21 January 2019]
Shura Council discusses plans, programs of its committees for 2019
[21 January 2019]
Ibb residents continue to mark martyr’s anniversary
[21 January 2019]
Ministries of Public Works, Telecommunications discuss technical, engineering cooperation
[21 January 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Saudi-led mercenaries shell areas in Hodeidah
[22 January 2019]
Army attacks mercenaries in Najran
[21 January 2019]
Sanaa tribes condemn Saudi aggression crimes
[21 January 2019]
Army foils Saudi-paid mercenaries attack in combat fronts
[21 January 2019]
Saudi-led mercenaries shell border areas in Hodeidah
[21 January 2019]
 
  Reports
Saudi-led coalition, kills 2 civilians, injures 5 , destroys houses, economic installations over 24 last hours
[21 January 2019]
Military equation is now different; Yemen has deterrent weapons: Chief of General Staff
[20 January 2019]
Army kills dozens of Saudi soldiers, mercenaries over 24 hours: Report
[20 January 2019]
Coalition kills, injures more than 14 civilians in Hodeidah
[18 January 2019]
Coalition commits more than 437 violations in Hodeidah within 72 hours
[16 January 2019]
 
  International
Report : Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen has failed
[22 January 2019]
Messi keeps Barça top of Spanish league
[21 January 2019]
IMF reduces its growth forecast for the world economy in 2019
[21 January 2019]
Nishikori defeats Pablo Carreño Busta, reaches quarter-finals of the Australian Open
[21 January 2019]
Death toll from bombing of Wardak in Afghanistan raises to 126
[21 January 2019]
  Press
Al- Tajammu, July 5, 2004
[08/July/2004] Main Headlines:
- Sana'a demanded of serious reforms in curricula and mosques
- Arrangements for the return of Al-Biedh and Al Attas
- Because of a piece of land, sabotage and plunder in Shahil Hajah, arrest of more than 60 persons
- Unemployment in Yemen, the worst in the Arab world

Columnist Faisal Al-Safwani says in an article that some diplomats working in the Arab countries have caught the infection of corruption and that is why it is said that the American president has taken a decision of excluding American diplomats who have previously worked in Arab countries from being appointed to Iraq. Moreover, there are many branches of international organizations working in the region, on which hopes were pinned for fighting corruption, proved to cause disappointment for us because of being infected with corruption. This could be seen about many international organizations working in Yemen.
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