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Yemen’s son—now aged four—was born the year after the Jarjanaz attack.Syrian Medics Lay Out the Devastating Scale of Attacks on Healthcare Facilities Over 10 Years of War|Joseph Hincks|March 3, 2021|Time
The sale of weapons to any side in the Yemen conflict — effectively a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran — contravenes international humanitarian law, he says.
Yemen under their rule was the richest country in the region.
The following day, in Yemen, Karman gathered with student leaders outside Sana’a University to call for the country’s own “Jasmine Revolution” against autocratic ruler Ali Abdullah Saleh.
When he set himself on fire to protest treatment by Tunisian authorities, it triggered a chain reaction of upheaval in Egypt, Bahrain, Libya, Yemen and Syria — the latter three turning into still-hot civil wars.
He was killed by his captors during the U.S. rescue attempt in Yemen in December.
The most recent raid was actually the second attempt to free Somers, a journalist taken in Yemen 15 months ago.
Similarly, the messages from Saudi Arabia and Yemen were attributed generically to the “mujahideen” in both countries.
Hatem said the men loyal to Baghdadi inside Yemen include “students,” but offered few other details.
A third group, Al-Hirak Al Janoubi, is gaining ground with calls for southern Yemen to secede.
The same may be said with respect to Medina, and I suspect that the towns of Yemen are generally poor in architectural remains.
Abu Talib, like his father and grandfather before him, carried on a considerable trade with Syria and Yemen.Islam Her Moral And Spiritual Value|Arthur Glyn Leonard
They are fed on the golden barley of Yemen, mixed with spices and with a small portion of dried sheep's flesh.The Talisman|Sir Walter Scott
In Yemen and in Abyssinia the ripened berries were sun-dried on beaten-earth barbecues.
As in other countries, the coffees grown on the highlands in Yemen are better than the lowland growths.
British Dictionary definitions for Yemen
Cultural definitions for Yemen
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.