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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Our data provide evidence of co-circulation of CHIKV and 2 DENV serotypes in the governorate of Al Hudaydah.
The four-day Yemen and Egypt program from Al Hudaydah offers a glimpse of the city's vibrant markets and Harat Al Hawak Quarter, steeped in the city's Ottoman origins.
The Saudi fighter jets conducted 9 air strikes on many areas across Al Hudaydah on Monday.
Source said that because of the distance, it will take around 24 hours for Sumitra to reach Al Hudaydah from where an unspecified number of Indians have to be evacuated.
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.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Saudi air strikes targeted Hodeida International Airport in the Yemeni province of Al Hudaydah on Thursday.
They said India had rescued two Nepalese and three nationals each of Bangladeshi and Pakistan also from Al Hudaydah city two days back.
According to activist Riyadh al Absi, of the 45 protesters hurt in Monday's violence in the Red Sea port of al Hudaydah, 12 were wounded by bullets fired by plainclothes policemen.
Meanwhile, Navy vessel INS Sumitra also reached Djibouti with 306 Indian nationals from Al Hudaydah.