Shebam

Shebam

(shē`băm), in the Bible, town in the pasture land E of the Jordan. Alternate forms are Shibmah and Sibmah.
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According to local sources the clashes erupted when a Houthi checkpoint near Al-Mesbahi Roundabout attempted to stop and search the small convoy which Salah Ali Abdullah Saleh and Khalid Al-Radhi were on while they were on their way to Shebam Company, which is the company that owns Yemen Today channel and newspaper as well as Yemen FM Radio and the company itself is owned by Ali Abdullah Saleh's family.
14 (Saba) - Four people were killed and others injured on Sunday in Saudi air raids on Kawkaban historical city in Shebam district of Mahweet province.
However Ahmed Al-Shum, an officer within the 35th Armored Brigade, whose forces took part in the raids along with counter-terrorism forces, claimed that they operated in Hadramout's Hajjar Al-Saiar, Al-Qatan, Sayoun, and Shebam districts.
The Dawan, Wadi Al-Ain, Al-Qatan, Shebam, Tareem, Sah and Sayoon areas were all partially under water due to the floods.
Haider was traveling to work for Shebam TV, a new channel founded by southern leaders and aimed at a southern audience, mainly discussing southern issues.
We have 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Socotra, the Old City, and Shebam.