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Second Scientific Conference of Dentistry in Sana'a launches
[21 March 2019]
FM congratulates Namibian counterpart on National Day
[21 March 2019]
Residents in Sanaa rally to enhance steadfastness against Saudi aggression war
[21 March 2019]
Health Minister, WHO Regional Director inspect hospitals in capital Sanaa
[21 March 2019]
Tribes in Hajjah rally to condemn Saudi aggression crimes
[21 March 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Citizen killed, 5 Saudi-led airstrikes target Saada
[21 March 2019]
Civilian killed in saudi-led violation in Hodeidah, several provinces : Report
[21 March 2019]
Army kills tens of saudi-led mercenaries in Jizan, Najran
[21 March 2019]
8 Saudi-led airstrikes hit Safra's Saada
[21 March 2019]
Army kills, injures dozens of saudi-led mercenaries in Moton's Jawf
[21 March 2019]
 
  Reports
Army inflicts on saudi-led coalition huge losses over last 24 hours : Report
[21 March 2019]
Saudi-led coalition continues to violate Hodeidah cease-fire agreement
[20 March 2019]
Army inflicts on saudi-led coalition heavy losses, imposes control on sites over last 24 hours : Report
[20 March 2019]
Army inflicts on saudi-led coalition's troops heavy losses overs last 24 hours : Report
[19 March 2019]
Army inflicts on saudi-led mercenaries heavy losses over last 24 hours
[18 March 2019]
 
  International
UNICEF plane carrying vaccines arrives at Sanaa Int'l airport
[21 March 2019]
National Olympic team to begin its Asian's qualifying course meeting Iraq's team
[21 March 2019]
PM discusses with WHO's delegation situation of health sector, its needs
[21 March 2019]
Culture Minister meets Director of UNOPS in capital Sanaa
[20 March 2019]
FM congratulates Iranian counterpart on Nowruz holiday
[20 March 2019]
  International
Crimes executed with knifes increase in Britain for the highest level in nine years
[15/March/2019] SANAA, March 15 (Saba) - The British Justice Department announced on Thursday the rise in the number of crime cases, executed using knives and other offensive weapons, dealt with by the courts during the past year to the highest levels in nine years.

The ministry said in a statement that in 2018 the courts dealt with 21484 cases related to this type of crime, the highest number recorded since 2009.

The statement revealed that 20% of those convicted of these crimes are young people under the age of 18, which is becoming a concern for British families who fear the safety of their children students from random targeting by criminals.

British Justice Minister Rory Stewart expressed the government's determination to combat the crimes executed with knives and other offensive weapons, saying the ministry would take strict measures in this regard.


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