[ US /ˈjɛmən/ ]
- a republic on the southwestern shores of the Arabian Peninsula on the Indian Ocean; formed in 1990
How To Use Yemen In A Sentence
- In Yemen, for example, rhino horn is carved into handles used in daggers called jambiyas.
- Saleh, a vital U.S. ally who has ruled Yemen for more than three decades, has pledged to step down when his term ends in 2013. Outside Yemen's capital, anger and grievances run deep
- WHO is working with the Ministry of Health in Yemen to ensure that AFP surveillance throughout the country is sensitized so that no transmission of wild poliovirus is missed.
- Hours after the ambassador was recalled, Saba said Mr. bin Jassem sent a letter to his Yemeni counterpart, Abu Bakr al-Qurbi, to clarify Qatar's position.
- Yemenis chew a stimulant called khat every afternoon. NPR Topics: News
- Without vaulting or trusses, Yemeni traditional architecture had to rely on the usable length of palm, acacia or tamarisk trunks for spans.
- In some areas of Yemen the Hamadryas baboon (Papio hamadryas) is still widespread but said to be declining, while the population of Saudi Arabia is expanding and has become common around cities such as Abha and Taif. Southwestern Arabian montane woodlands
- Located 250 miles off the coast of Yemen, the tiny island of Socotra is usually overlooked by even the most adventurous of tourist hordes. Journey To The Secret Kingdom Of Socotra (VIDEO)
- Abu Jandal, a Yemeni who became one of his bodyguards, described his first meeting with bin Laden in 1997 as “beautiful” and said he came to look on him “as a father.” The Longest War
- ADEN, July 21 (Saba) - Amid Yemen's readiness to host the 20th Gulf Football Championship later this year in Aden and Abyan governorates, the security leadership has announced a comprehensive training plan to boost security. Yemen Observer