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Science & Technology University Students -Taiz Share Their Experience back With National Yemen The chairman of English department of the University of Science & Technology Dr. Baleid Taha Shamsan, along with two more female teachers and ten undergraduate female students, visited the head office of National Yemen last Wednesday. Aiming to improve their knowledge on translation, news writing process and editing, ...
Judges Continue strike for the sake of security By YN Staff The Extraordinary Meeting of Members of the Judiciary, held on 20th March, announced that work will continue to be suspended in order to implement the statement of Yemen Judges Club numbers (2-3) for 2014, emphasizing their return to work after achieving their requests.     The statement issued at the end ...
Foreigners Abduction in Yemen Is Al-Qaeda Tactic to Spread Chaos Uzbeki doctor Salif John, who was kidnapped in northern Yemen last week, has been freed. The doctor was working for a provincial hospital, and was snatched last week in Marib. Local sources said that the release of the doctor came after a tribal mediation paid a ransom to the kidnappers. Foreigners are frequently kidnapp...
President Hadi launches Digital Map Project for Yemen By NY Staff President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi launched on Sunday adigital map project for whole country. It is part of a wider strategic project of development, and includes the structures engaging in the fields of health, education, agriculture, and security, along with various future services. Five imaging planes were...
Yemen remains front line against terror A troubling video recently released by al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula depicts a large crowd of militants in Yemen — including al-Qaida’s second in command, Nasir al-Wuhayshi — chanting and firing rifles into the air, ostensibly unprotected and unafraid. “We must eliminate the cross,” Wuhayshi said, adding, “the be...
$ 50 million dollars to finance projects of the Social Fund By YN staff Yemen has signed an agreement at the World Bank headquarters in Washington that will conclude formal negotiations for the projects of Social Funding and Development that will comprise $50 million. Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation Omar Abdel Ghazaz signed the final agree...
Yemen Loses Millions of Dollars due to Oil Pipelines Attacks in Hadramout BY NY Staff The repeated attacks on the oil pipeline and oil production in Hadramout caused a decline in Yemen's oil exports share in February 2014 to 800, 000 barrels, from a potential 2 million barrels in April. An official report issued by the Central Bank of Yemen said that attacks caused the decline in the revenues ...
Yemen Takes a Major First Step in Reaching Marginalized Communities UNICEF and the Social Welfare Fund (SWF) of Yemen’s Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour launched the mapping of muhamasheen communities (locally known as Akhdam) in Taiz Governorate. The first of its kind survey is expected to reach some 10,000 households in Yemen’s most marginalized population. There is very little av...
Art and science exhibition at Pakistan School By Tamjid Alkohali On March 17th, Pakistan School opened an art exhibition attended by the Wife of the Pakistani Ambassador, some supervisors, the principal of Pakistani secondary school, and parents. Students from nursery to Grade Four prepared educational aids, and a sample of their projects. Shokfa, manager o...
Socotra: Environmental conservation, but not cultural preservation By Tamjid Alkohali Most discussion in Socotra is about biodiversity, the environment, and natural resources, that  is why it was called a World Heritage site in 2008. The Yemeni government has paid a great  attention to the island, especially since unification. However, the focus on environmental conservation has not oc...
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