Yemen

The Republic of Yemen is a Southwest Asian country found in the Arabian Peninsula. This 530,000 sq km nation is bordered by Oman in the east, the Red Sea in the west, and Saudi Arabia in the north.

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How do you pronounce Sana'a- the capital of Yemen?

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Well, you have to be Arab. But, you can try, you have to stress on the (a'a) and produce this letter that is (ع) it sounds sorta like ... a toad? Call an Arab man, call an Arab.
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Where is Yemen?

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The coordinates of Yemen are 15.5527° N, 48.5164° E.
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What do the three stripes stand for on the Y emen flag?

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The national flag of Yemen was adopted on May 22, 1990. This was the day that North Yemen and South Yemen unified. The red, white and black stripes was also present on the flags of North and South Yemen, and represent Pan-Arabism. The red stands for the bloodshed of martyrs and unity, the white represents a bright future, and the black represents the dark past.
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Does Yemen Japan or Saudi Arabia have a king?

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Saudi Arabia has a king (King Abdullah bin Abdul Azziz Al-Saud) Japan has an Emperor (Emperor Akihito) Yemen's last king Muhammad al-Badr was deposed in 1970 and died in 1996. Yemen is currently run by an autocratic, non-monarchical government.
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Why was Yemen split into 2?

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In 2015, Yemen had a problem of some people supporting the current president and some supporting the former president. Iran and Saudi Arabia have also gotten involved. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-35160532
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What Asian country is located furthest south on the Arabian peninsula?

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Yemen is the furthest south on the Arabian peninsula.
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Why Yemen was divided into 2North and South?

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Why yemen was divided into 2, North and South Why yemen was divided into 2, North and South Why yemen was divided into 2, North and South
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What country is Yemen in?

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Yemen itself is a country. It is located in the southwestern area of Asia on the Arabian peninsula.
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What is the capital of Yemen?

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Yemen's capital is Sana'a (صنعاء), sometimes spelled as Sanaa or Ṣan'ā'. As Yemen fractures in its current civil war, the Houthis have taken control of Sana'a and are ruling from there. The Sunni Yemeni forces are ruling from the South Yemeni former capital of Aden.
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Former capital of Yemen?

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The captial of Yemen is Sana'a
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What kind of money does Yemen use?

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yeah the answer is simple it is nemey?
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Does Yemen have a king?

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no, just a president. No. Modern Yemen is a Republic, not a kingdom. It has an elected President and Prime Minister.
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What are the major ethnic groups of Yemen?

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Mainly Arab, but also Afro-Arab, South Asians, and Europeans.
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What religion do people in Yemen have?

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islam is the official religion
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Are there any jungles in Yemen?

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NO. Even though Yemen has some forests like the Bura'a Reserve, Yemen does not receive the high level of precipitation necessary to host a jungle or rainforest.
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Where is Sana in Yemen?

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Sana'a is in western Yemen.
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What countries control the island of Socotra?

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Yemen is the country that governs the island of Socotra. Yemen has control of Socotra. Yemen is a country at the southeast corner of the Arabian Peninsula. Part of the island is a designated Nature Sanctuary.
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What does sana mean in Arabic?

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It can either mean 'Sunshine' or 'Brilliance'. As a name it predicts she is outstanding. capable of building lasting friendships. Ensures 100% effort. Embraces criticism and achieves dramatic results. Actually it's a name of a du-a'a in the Islamic prayer.
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What is the name of the peoples democratic republic of Yemen?

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It was formerly called South Yemen. It was unified with North Yemen on 22 May 1990 and is called the Republic of Yemen or locally Al Jumhuriyah al Yamaniyah or simply Al Yaman. Who cares about that guy. My name is ninjaluke224 and the answer is Division. my explaination Division, Capital City, Pop (2004) [5], Key .... The People's Democratic Republic of Yemen, the successor to British colonial rule, had diplomatic relations ...
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Where is Nadia Muhsen?

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Nadia Muhsen is a daughter of Mutanah Muhsen and Miriam Ali. Nadia was born 1966, and in 1980, together with her sister Zana (born 1965), sold by their father to be "married" to Jemeni men they did not know nor want. In 1988, Zana could escape from Jemen, with her mother's help.
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Is Cambridge International College accredited in UK?

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Cambridge International College: Yes, Cambridge International College (Britain) is an accredited College. One of the easiest ways to verify independently that CIC is an accredited College is to ask the British Council. In addition, the College itself will affirm the fact that it does not award degrees, but does offer degree level study. CIC does indeed appear on the list of accredited British Colleges (ODLQC) but of course will not appear on any university list or degree-awarding list because the College (as its very name suggests) is not a university and is not a degree-awarding body. In addition, the College is on the UK Register of Learning Providers. A separate point to note is that the College may not, by law, confer a British "degree". In Britain, only a University can award a degree. However, the College is an accredited British College and can grant awards which reflect degree level content - in much the same way that CIMA, ACCA, and others do. As it is not a university - instead it is an accredited College providing professional vocational studies - it can issue certificates and diplomas in its role as an accredited College, but issuing a "degree" would be an offence. That is why Cambridge International College does not use the word "degree" anywhere to describe, for example, its Business Administration Programme, and did instead use the term "Baccalaureate" such as for the "Baccalaureate in Logistics Administration" to reflect the high-level content of the Programme. Arguably, others measures of the authenticity of any learning institution include how long they have been in existence, and what it "customers" say. In this respect, this College's history stretches back over 70 years, and a good proportion of its current studentship have registered for study based on the recommendation of others.
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What is Yemen's religion?

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The people of Yemen are Muslims. Or, sometimes called, Islam. But there are also small amounts of Jewish, Christian and Hindu people in Yemen.

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