Sanaa

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Noun1.Sanaa - the capital and largest city of YemenSanaa - the capital and largest city of Yemen; on the central plateau
Republic of Yemen, Yemen - a republic on the southwestern shores of the Arabian Peninsula on the Indian Ocean; formed in 1990
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Moments in Old Sana'a' will be inaugurated at Bait Muzna Gallery tomorrow by Ali bin Khalfan Al Jabri, Undersecretary at the Ministry of Information.
The spokesman of theYemeniarmy Brigadier GeneralSamir Al-Haj revealed to a Saudi press that a large military operation is ongoing to regain control over the coastal cities, with Sana'a's seizure seen as imminent.
During Yemen's Imamate (898-1962) the development and diversification of Sana'a's economic and cultural functions progressed slowly.
Nikbakht, an employee of the Iranian Embassy in Yemen was abducted by unknown gunmen in Sana'a's Safr street, the Ma'areb news website reported in breaking news.
Over 200,000 of Sana'a's inhabitants, students, military men, partisan leaders, members of parliament, the Shura Council and public and private sector workers will take part in the event.
23--Five improvised explosive devices (IEDs) exploded Tuesday morning in Sana'a's Old City within minutes of each other, killing an armed Houthi and injuring three civilians.
Nour-Ahmad Nikbakht, an employee of the Iranian Embassy in Yemen was abducted by unknown gunmen in Sana'a's Safr street, the Ma'areb news website reported in breaking news.
Ever since the Houthis took control over Sana'a's streets on Sept.
When security forces disappeared, he said, they filled in their ranks, successfully ensuring the security of Sana'a's residents.
Abdu Al-Quwati, Sana'a's security chief, told the Yemen Times that Houthi gunmen attacked and took control over the governorate's headquarters.
We are all concerned about the existence of the Houthi militants in Sana'a's streets.
Welcomed art and a "modern look" or unwelcomed political propaganda which threatens Sana'a's centuries-old cultural heritage?