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North Yemen

The former country of Yemen (1962-1990).
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North Yemen

n
(Placename) a former republic in SW Arabia, on the Red Sea; now part of Yemen; declared a republic in 1962; united with South Yemen in 1990. Official name: Yemen Republic See also Yemen, South Yemen
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Yem′en Ar′ab Repub′lic


n.
a former country in SW Arabia: since 1990 a part of the Republic of Yemen. Cap.: San‘a. Also called North Yemen.
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The separatists of the Southern Transitional Council, who seek to restore the South Yemen republic which merged with the north in 1990, clashed occasionally with the government for years before new hostilities erupted this month.
The Inspector-General handed the badges granted by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa The Supreme Commander, to officers, NCOs and personnel participating in the BDF's Duty Force, in appreciation for their patriotic efforts and heroic role in defending the legitimacy in the brotherly Yemen Republic and the right, noting their high morale spirits, professionalism, and discipline in the performance of their mission.
19 (saba) - The Ministry of Finance on Sunday launched an Internet connection with its offices in the capital Sanaa and other provinces of Yemen Republic in order to obtain data on the actual resources collected and the operations expected through local and central authority units.
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Farouk LuqmanThe flight from Aden, now part of Yemen Republic, to Djibouti used to take just over twenty minutes by the ancient DC3 of Boeing aircraft because it was that short.