[ US /səˈnɑ/ ]
  1. the capital and largest city of Yemen; on the central plateau
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  • Internal negotiations for a transition of power began in Sanaa two weeks ago but with little progress reported. Times, Sunday Times
  •  Given that Sanaa specialise in a form of architecture that might be called ethereal? buildings of great transparency, such as the new Rolex Learning Centre in Lausanne, that touch the ground as lightly as possible? this idea of doing more with less, and delightfully so, makes sense. Venice Architecture Biennale: castles in the air
  • That fighting has left much of Sanaa without power due to electricity lines being damaged. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her novel, Sanaaq, Canada's first work of fiction in syllabics, was started during the early 1950s.
  • A Yemeni vendor sells hats and scarves at the site of a demonstration by anti-government protestors demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa, Yemen, April 14, 2011.
  • Shepherds found the mutilated bodies on Monday of two German nurses and a South Korean teacher who were kidnapped while picnicking in an area of Yemen known as a hideout for al-Qaida," the Associated Press reports from Sanaa, the Yemeni capital: Silence Me Before I Kill Again
  • Newspapers were reporting that a bride from a village had been dropped off at a Sanaa hospital four days after her wedding.
  • SANAA (AFP) - The euphoria-inducing drug qat, which is a national passion in Yemen, shot up in price on the first day of football's World Cup, the defence ministry said on its website on Latest News - Yahoo!7 News
  • Despite the gunfire and shelling, protesters swarmed into a Sanaa main street for Friday prayers, filling a long stretch of a multilane boulevard. Rocket wounds Yemen president, escalating fight
  • A dirty environment is one of the factors responsible for the spread of the screwworm fly, according to experts SANAA, 11 January 2009 (IRIN) - The General Department for Animal Health and Veterinary Quarantine (GDAHVQ) in Yemen's Ministry of Agriculture has deployed 21 field teams in the northeast to combat a new outbreak of myiasis, an infestation of human or animal tissue with fly larvae (maggots). near the border with Saudi Arabia in December 2007. IRIN
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