How did you research that portrait of Aden, which seems like the most terrifying hellhole I can imagine?
Make Aden, once a hub of the British empire's global trade, a world-class port again.
Is the Libyan war claiming casualties as far away as the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, and the Gulf of Aden?
Aden and the rest of the south never really accepted the 1990 union and have sought to return to independence since.
On October 14, Al Hirak held its largest protest ever with more than 100,000 people attending a rally in the port city of Aden.
It is sufficient to state that the British political dependency of Aden is, ethnologically, an Arab town.
I hope some day, if I live, to deal faithfully with Aden's hinterland policy.
I have traced him as far as Aden, but I do not know the name of the vessel in which he left that place.
I therefore sailed with the Choising in the direction of Aden.
They are going to have a fancy-dress ball on board, I believe, before we get to Aden.
southwestern region of Arabia, from Arabic Yemen, literally "the country of the south," from yaman "right side" (i.e., south side, if one is facing east). The right side regarded as auspicious, hence Arabic yamana "he was happy," literally "he went to the right," and hence the Latin name for the region in Roman times, Arabia Felix, lit, "Happy Arabia."
Variant of adeno-.
Note: Its strategic location and excellent harbor have made Aden an important trading center of southern Arabia since ancient times, as well as a coveted conquest.
Now the Republic of Yemen. Yemen is at the mouth of the Red Sea, in the southwestern corner of the Arabian Peninsula, bordered by Saudi Arabia to the north and Oman to the east; formerly divided into North Yemen (the Yemen Arab Republic) and the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen.
Note: Northern Yemen became an independent country after World War I.
Note: Southern Yemen won independence from Britain in 1967 and became the world's only communist Arab state.
Note: The two Yemens were reunified as a result of the democratic reforms of the Soviet Union and its satellite countries in 1990.