SANAA - The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) on Monday called for reopening Yemeni ports permanently "before more people die", it said in a statement obtained by Yemen Press Agency.
SANAA – Former President of the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen, Ali Nasser Mohammad on Saturday strongly criticized violations being committed on the Yemeni islands of Socotra and Meon by the occupying forces of the United Arab…
SANAA - The General Authority for Antiquities and Museums revealed that 233 artifacts were found in three houses of coup military officials in the capital Sanaa, where security forces raided them following last December's sedition, director…
HODEIDAH – Yemen's President of the Supreme Political Council on Monday warned that the Yemeni army will cut off the Red Sea international shipping route if the Saudi-led aggression continues.
SANAA – US-backed Saudi aggression coalition warplanes have damaged 244 schools in the Yemeni capital Sanaa since the coalition launched its war against Yemen in March 2015, according to a recent report released by the Education Ministry.
SANAA (Yemen Press Agency) – Minister of Industry and Trade Abdu Mohammed Bishr held a meeting with officials, managers, businessmen and traders to seek creating a vital partnership between the government and the private sector . At the…
SANAA (Yemen Press Agency) - Prime Minister, Abdul Aziz Saleh bin Habtoor held meeting with a number of his cabinet to discuss developing mechanisms for strengthening partnership between the government and private sector in all areas.
SANAA (Yemen Press Agency) – The Council of the General Investment Authority (GIA) approved, in its meeting on Saturday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Dr. Abdul Aziz bin Habtoor, the draft regulations of the authority.
SANAA (Yemen Press Agency) – The Interior Ministry held a meeting chaired by Interior Minister Mohammed Abdullah al-Qawsi to discuss mechanism to implement the government resolutions regarding combating customs smuggling and tax evasion.
WASHINGTON (Yemen Press Agency) - The International Development Association (IDA) of the World Bank Group has provided two new grants worth $ 450 million as an emergency support for the most vulnerable groups in Yemen.