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Ahly team in Sanaa honors female popular artist Taqiya Taweelah
[14 February 2019]
Azal team beats Al-Arouba team and is third in the Winter Forum of Wahda
[14 February 2019]
Ministry of Health: 132 deaths due to swine flu
[13 February 2019]
Water Minister discusses work of Public Water Corporation
[13 February 2019]
FM meets director of UN envoy office to Yemen
[13 February 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Residents in Mahwait send food convoy to fronts
[14 February 2019]
15 Saudi-led air strikes hit Amran
[14 February 2019]
Army hits Saudi-paid mercenaries in various battle fronts over 24 hours
[14 February 2019]
Army destroys saudi-led military vehicle in Najran
[14 February 2019]
Army shells saudi-led mercenaries' gathering in Jizan, kills dozens
[14 February 2019]
 
  Reports
Coalition continues over last hours to violate cease fire in Hodeidah, attack other provinces
[11 February 2019]
Army inflicts on saudi-led coalition's troops heavy losses over last 24 hours : Report
[11 February 2019]
Army inflicts on Saudi-led mercenaries' ranks heavy losses, shoots down spy plane over last hours
[09 February 2019]
25 people killed, 194 wounded in traffic accidents in January in Sanaa
[07 February 2019]
Army inflicts on saudi-led mercenaries heavy losses over last hours : Report
[06 February 2019]
 
  International
National delegation's member meets Norway's State Secretary in Oslo
[14 February 2019]
Deputy Foreign Minister meets with Senior Representative of SIDA
[13 February 2019]
PM receives UNICEF Representative on occasion of end of her work's term's end in Yemen
[13 February 2019]
FM meets SIDA Swedish Special Representative
[13 February 2019]
UN envoy to Yemen leaves Sanaa Int'l Airport
[13 February 2019]
  International
Greenland's ice sheet melts at unprecedented levels : Researchers
[06/December/2018] SANAA, Dec. 6 (Saba) - Greenland's ice sheet, the largest source of new water added to the oceans, is melting at unprecedented levels in modern times, researchers from US and Dutch universities have confirmed.

A recent study, published in the journal Nature, found that ice depletion is 50 percent larger than in the pre-industrial era and 33 percent larger than the 20th century alone.

"Greenland ice has been melting more rapidly in recent decades than at any time in at least the past 350 years and perhaps more than at any other time in the past 7,000 to 8,000 years," said researcher Luke Trussell of the University of Rouen.

"Greenland is more sensitive to climate change today than a few decades ago, and warming is affecting more than ever," he said.


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