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Almahra Governor Says: “Hadramout And Almahara Are Twins To Unite Efforts Against Terrorism

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((Awaqa Aljadeed)) Saturday October 15th , 2016 / Socotra Interviewed by: Mohammed Boaaran The Governor of Almahra province, Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah Kodda revealed to ‘Alwaqa Aljadeed’ that the main reason for his visit to the province of Hadramout is To attend the meeting that held together with Hadramout, Shabwa and Socotra governors in order to coordinate how to combat terrorism ...

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Khalifa Bin Zayed’s Foundation Adopts Patient Student Of UAE Government Schools ‘Munira Bin Habashi’

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((Awaqa Aljadeed)) Saturday October 15th , 2016 / Socotra Written by: Mohammed Boaaran The management of Khalifa Bin Zayed proceeded to adopt the patient ,Munira Saleh Bin Habashi, a student in Emirati government school to encourage and motivate her demoralization. Munira is one of many Socotra Island patients with cancer and she is still coming on medicament in the United ...

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UAE Red Crescent Society Signed Agreement With World Health Organization For Rehabilitation Of 20 Hospitals In Yemen.

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  ((Awaqa Aljadeed)) Wednesday, October12th 2016 Written by: Mohammed Boaaran Emirates has signed agreement worth 50.5 million UAE Dhs with the World Health Organization for the rehabilitation of 20 hospitals in nine provinces and cities in Yemen (Aden – Mukalla – Abyan – Shabwa – Syuon -Almahrah – Marib – Hodeidah – Taiz). The Head of the WHO mission in ...

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Bin-Daghar Meets National Media Journalists To Evade their Real Questions

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(Alwaqa Aljadeed) Thursday, October 13th , 2016 / Mukalla – Private Written by: Mohammed Boaaran. This morning Yemeni Prime MinisterAhmed Obaid Bin-Daghar met Hadhrami journalists. The meeting comes as sequel to the series of meetings held by the prime minister within his visit to Hadramout, where he met with general managers, traders and economists, scholars and tribal elders and notables. ...

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Yemeni Prime Minister says, “If the UAE brothers didnt interfere, the situation would be worse in Hadramout”

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Written by / Mohammed Boaaran ((Awaqa Aljadeed)) Monday, October 10, 2016 / Mukalla – Private Yemeni Prime Minister Dr. Ahmed Obaid Bin-Dagher said on Monday in a meeting held in the city of Mukalla, capital of Hadramaut province, attended by a number of Ministers of State and the Governor of the province. He said: “The credit for the liberation of ...

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Under auspices and Funding of UAE Red Crescent opening free tent for detecting of breast cancer in Mukalla

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((Awaqa Aljadeed)) Monday, October 10th , 2016 / Mukalla Under the auspices and funding of the UAE Red Crescent Society, the secretary of Hadramout province governor, Mohamed Al Amoudi opened the free mobile clinic for early detection for breast cancer, in the commercial center of Mukalla Mall, in conjunction with the month of October of ‘Global Awareness’, which Hadramout Foundation ...

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We saw how Yemen’s children are slowly starving to death

Severely malnourished five-month-old Atan, in his hospital bed in Sana’a. Photograph: Krishnan Guru-Murthy/ITN

Alwaqa Aljadeed – Sana’a : The Guardian By: Krishnan Guru-Murthy People are gathered around a bed in the emergency ward of Al-Sabeen children’s hospital in Sana’a, the Yemeni capital. Five-month-old Atan is being examined while lying next to another struggling baby. He’s tiny, and his breathing is fast and shallow. His father is staring glassy-eyed while his mother holds an oxygen tube near the ...

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Local councils should play a role in stopping famine in Yemen

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Alwaqa Aljadeed – Sana’a: The National A BBC World News television report, Starving Yemen, has drawn attention to the devastating effects of war on hundreds of thousands of Yemeni children who are suffering from malnutrition and starvation. What it could not explain in its limited airtime was the way in which local communities have a strong capacity to stop famine that is ...

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Yemen conflict: UAE says Houthis attacked civilian ship

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Alwaqa Aljadeed – Aden : BBC The United Arab Emirates says Houthi rebels in Yemen attacked a civilian ship in the Red Sea over the weekend. The high-speed catamaran, carrying aid, wounded Yemenis and passengers, was passing through the Bab al-Mandab strait when it came under fire, a foreign ministry statement said. It denounced the incident as “an act of terrorism”. The ...

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GCC Secretary General Meets U.N. Envoy to Yemen

GCC Secretary General Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani (SPA)

Alwaqa Aljadeed – Riyadh – Asharq Al-Awsat : The Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al-Zayani, met on Tuesday with U.N. Special Envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed. The developments in Yemen were discussed, as well as ways to promote efforts of the U.N. and international community in boosting the political process in line with ...

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