Hadramaut


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Hadramaut:

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or Hadramaut
, region, S Arabia, on the Gulf of Aden and the Arabian Sea, occupying the southeastern part of Yemen. Historically, the name refers to the former Hadhramaut states, a collective term for the Quaiti and Kathiri sultanates.
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Hadhramaut

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a plateau region of the S Arabian Peninsula, in SE Yemen on the Indian Ocean; formerly in South Yemen: corresponds roughly to the former East Aden Protectorate. Area: about 151 500 sq. km (58 500 sq. miles)
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Abdul Aziz Al Jabri, ERC representative in Hadramaut, said that a number of infrastructure projects, particularly in the electricity, water, education and health sectors are currently being built to ensure that the basic needs of the community are being met.
Abdul Aziz Al Jabri, head of the ERC team in Hadramaut, said that the organisation is committed to supporting local education, revealing that the school has been fitted with the necessary equipment and learning tools.
Al Qaeda militants captured the 64-year-old in February 2014 when he was working as a petroleum engineer in the Hadramaut province.
One of the best examples of urban planning based on the principle of vertical construction, the city is known as the "Manhattan of the desert," and is characterized by sun-dried mud brick tower houses which rise out of Wadi Hadramaut.
He noted that UN's Office for Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA) is able to deliver aid around the country, namely Mukallah and Hadramaut in the east, deliveries into Aden, though Mokha, Taiz and Lahj, and other parts of the country, Sana'a, Saada and the north.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has taken control of Yemen's far-east Hadramaut province where a drone killed its leader this month.
Bahrain, Oman, Hadramaut, Yemen and the Hejaz are in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf and normally are in a place which addressing the needs of the marine business are one of its priorities.
He formed part of the Hadrami diaspora, he explains, which since the 16th century had spread outward from Hadramaut in the southern part of the Arabian Peninsula to the entire area around the Indian Ocean n East Africa, South India, and the Malay-Indonesian Archipelago.
This is traditional Sidr honey made from bees who only feed on the nectar of the Sidr tree, native to the Hadramaut region of Yemen.
Socotra is a 3,700-square-km island located in the Indian Ocean about 380 km off the shore of Hadramaut governorate.
A TIME IN ARABIA: LIFE IN HADRAMAUT tells of the first Europeans ever to live in the Hadhramaut, an isolated region in southern Arabia, and provides a travel diary describing their adventures and life in the region.
It would not be unreasonable, based on the authors' experience, to expect at least a small number of additional reptile species to be present within the site or in the surrounding area, for example the Baluch Ground Gecko Bunopus tuberculatus, the Hadramaut Sand Lizard Mesalina adramitana and any of several snakes, including the Wadi Racer Platyceps rhodorachis, the Sand Snake Psammophis schokari and either of the UAE's two Echis species vipers.