Al Hudaydah


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Al Hudaydah:

see HodeidaHodeida
or Al Hudaydah
, city (1994 pop. 298,452), W Yemen, on the Red Sea. An important port, it exports coffee, cotton, dates, and hides. It was developed as a seaport in the mid-19th cent. by the Turks. After a disastrous fire in Jan.
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, Yemen.
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Bajil is a small town (Bajil district) of Al Hudaydah Governorate.
The study site was represented by 5 hospital centers (Renal Center, Maritime College, Al Rasheed, Al-Thawra, Al Salakhana) located in Al Hudaydah (Figure 1).
Al Hudaydah [Yemen], Dec 15 ( ANI ): At least 10 Houthis were killed in airstrikes carried out by the Saudi-led coalition in western Yemen's Al-Hudeidah province.
Based on the Al Hudaydah survey results, QC said it was determined to launch an urgent relief campaign, which would include the distribution of food baskets for six months containing a number of basic food items for every house, build caravans for homeless families and provide beds and essential house needs as well as clothes, especially for the approaching winter.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Many areas of the Yemeni province of Al Hudaydah were bombed in Saudi air raids on Monday.
Meanwhile, PNS Shamsheer will arrive in Djibouti from Al Hudaydah with 63 Pakistanis and foreigners who were stranded in Yemen.
AS a group of nurses from Kerala returned home on board Indian Air Force's ( IAF) super heavy transporter C- 17, naval warship INS Sumitra is headed to the second Yemen port Al Hudaydah on the Red Sea to bring back another batch of Indians stranded in the war zone.
Senior members of ADPC Marine Services recently followed an invitation to Yemen, Al Hudaydah, where they received a warm welcome from officials of the Yemen Red Sea Ports Corporation (YRSPC).
Summary: The Khalifa bin Zayed Humanitarian Foundation has brought food assistance to over 500 Yemeni families in hunger-struck Khofan, a remote desert area which lies 120km from Al Hudaydah Governorate.
There has been no mention of the millions of people who march peacefully on the streets of Yemeni cities such as Ta'iz, Aden, Ibb, Lahij, Shabwah, Al Hudaydah and Al Mukalla demanding the resignation of Saleh.
The fourth tableau depicted the folklore art of Al Hudaydah governorate performed by 60 male and female youth with traditional costume; a tableau was also performed for Hadramout governorate whilst the fifth tableau titled "Arab Solidarity," performed by 60 persons.