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President discusses workflow in Central Statistical Organization
[23 January 2019]
President stress to develop services, projects in Taiz
[23 January 2019]
Ahli Sanaa Club launches cultural activities for current year with poetry evening
[23 January 2019]
President, FM discuss latest development towards UN-brokered Swede's agreement
[23 January 2019]
Youth Tournament for Persons with Disabilities continues in Sanaa
[23 January 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Coalition -led mercenaries bombard citizens houses in Marib
[23 January 2019]
Army kills dozens of mercenaries in Hajjah, liberates areas, sieges enemy's battalion
[23 January 2019]
Saudi-led combat jets wage 8 airstrikes on Dhamar with cluster bombs
[23 January 2019]
5 Saudi-led coalition air strikes hit Sanaa
[23 January 2019]
Saudi-led coalition shells several areas in Hodeidah
[23 January 2019]
 
  Reports
Report: Army causes Saudi-paid mercenaries heavy casualties in various fronts
[23 January 2019]
Army inflicts on Saudi-led mercenaries heavy losses over last hours : Report
[22 January 2019]
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]
 
  International
Putin: We support dialogue between the Syrian government and the Kurds
[24 January 2019]
Putin Receives Erdogan in Moscow
[24 January 2019]
Merkel relies on Paris to form a unified European army
[23 January 2019]
The Sterling climbs above $ 1.3 amid betting to avoid breakout without agreement
[23 January 2019]
Canada to hand over the financial director of Huawei to China
[23 January 2019]
  Press
Al-Wahda,July6,2005.
[06/July/2005] Al-Whada, state funded weekly newspaper published a commentary talked about the G8 summit being held in Gleneagles in Scotland.

The commentator stated that today the G8 leaders started their three day summit in Scotland with aim of addressing a number of critical issues on top of which the warming climate, debts of the poor nations and HIV. Unfortunately, this significant meeting would make little to help poor countries pushing up the development process and getting ride of the obstacles the have been facing.

The writer continued to say that the G8 leaders are concerned about their own problems which are totally different of the poor countries. The summit is not expected to make poverty history as many hope and demand, even thought the great deal of the poor countries debts might already be written off.

The columnist came to say that G8 should take some practical decisions to help the poor countries fighting poverty and diseases, moreover, an increasing support for the sustainable development programs is an imperative.
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