[ US /ˈjɛməni, jɛˈmini/ ]
  1. a native or inhabitant of Yemen
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Yemen or its inhabitants
    Yemeni mountains
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How To Use Yemeni In A Sentence

  • Meanwhile, the Yemenia Airways said that it will organize a rally to the French Embassy in Sana'a on Tuesday, against what they describe as the prevention of the French troops to the Yemeni divers from entering a large area where the airbus 310 wreckage is expected to be. Yemen Observer
  • A prominent Yemeni human rights activist, Amal Albasha, is also outraged the practice continues.
  • The group has now twice tried to use the aviation system to launch terrorist attacks in the past 12 months, and has become the focus of U.S. intelligence and military operations, including strikes at its hideouts in Yemen and stepped-up military aid to the Yemeni government. U.S. official says 2 package bombs were intended to detonate 'in flight'
  • Yemeni mountains
  • The US wanted transferred Yemenis to be "detoxed" at a Saudi-run rehabilitation camp before being released into Yemeni custody, but Yemen's president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, objected. Guantánamo Bay files: Obama grapples with fate of last 172 prisoners
  • At that time, Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al-Aulaqi, said that Norris was a "prime target" for execution and that her "proper abode is hellfire. MOLLY NORRIS UPDATE: U.S. Muslim leader defends rights of both 'Draw Muhammad' cartoonist, targeted cleric al-Aulaqi
  • RIYADH/SANAA (Reuters) - Yemeni Shi'ite rebels are expected to hand over five captive Saudi soldiers in less than a week, a Saudi-owned newspaper reported on Sunday, following a 48-hour ultimatum set by Riyadh. Reuters: Top News
  • The fish was barbecued Yemeni-style by slicing it in half, smacking the whole thing against the walls of a fire pit and baking it to a black crisp.
  • But in 2000 they fell under the spell of Kamal Derwish, a charismatic, deeply religious, fellow Yemeni-American, who told them stirring tales of derring-do about his role in the early-1990s war between the Bosnian Muslims and Serbs. The Longest War
  • Yemeni soldiers outside the British embassy appeared unperturbed by the threat. Times, Sunday Times
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