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President issues decree to appoint Head of the Geological Survey Authority
[19 May 2019]
President issues decree appointing members in the Shura Council
[19 May 2019]
President of SPC issues decree appointing two members of the Shura Council
[18 May 2019]
Media condemns targeting of Ministry of Information
[18 May 2019]
HRM condemns aggression's airstrikes on citizens in Sanaa
[17 May 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Capital Sanaa's Media condemns targeting of building of Ministry of Information in capital Sanaa
[18 May 2019]
House of Representatives strongly condemns crimes of US-saudi coalition against civilians in capital
[18 May 2019]
Leader of Revolution: Worst criminal record in world belongs to coalition's states, especially Saudi
[18 May 2019]
Health Ministry: 6 martyrs, 71 wounded in Thursday's air raids of coalition on neighborhood of Rqas in Sanaa
[17 May 2019]
60 civilians killed, 54 injured, including children, working-in-health-arena Russian women in coalition's airstrikes on capital
[16 May 2019]
 
  Reports
Coalition continues to violate cease fire agreement in Hodiedah, to attack provinces: Report
[19 May 2019]
Army inflicts on coalition’s ranks heavy losses over last hours : Report
[19 May 2019]
Army inflicts heavy losses on Saudi-led coalition over last hours : Report
[18 May 2019]
Army inflicts on coalition-led forces heavy losses on various fronts over last hours : Report
[14 May 2019]
Six civilians killed in coalition’s continued violation to Sweden agreement over last hours
[14 May 2019]
 
  International
Mohammed bin Salman and his involvement in Yemen
[20 May 2019]
Worst 20 crimes in Yemen by US-Saudi-led aggression at the beginning of war in 2015: Reports
[20 May 2019]
Health Ministry: 92 to 95% of medical devices are out of service in hospitals
[19 May 2019]
FM Meets with Deputy Resident Representative of UNICEF
[19 May 2019]
Yemen face structural, economic challenges
[18 May 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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