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Yemen, is a state of Asia, located in the extreme southern offshoot of the Arabian Peninsula, and bears in the name a semantic and etymological misunderstanding that reveals the importance attributed to this country since ancient times. If Yemen, in fact, indicates what is “to the right”, more properly “to the right of the East”, the fundamental cardinal point of the Arab reference system, the name of the country did not seem to indicate to the ancients that its simply being the southern part of Arabia. Over time, that word has ended up taking on the meaning of “happy”, “lucky”, “prosperous”. Precisely for the great availability of resources with which the country was provided (especially the essences of incense and myrrh) and for its strategic position, overlooking the Arabian Sea and a stop on the merchant routes to the East, the land of Southern Arabia had been baptized by the Greeks with the name of Eudaimon Arabia, which later became Arabia Felix among the Romans, and thus handed down. Of that ancient splendor, enriched by the passage of various civilizations that stayed here, there are countless vestiges scattered throughout the territory: from the fortifications in the desert to the thousand-year old historic center of the capital, from the inscriptions himyarite to the ruins of the ancient Sabaean kingdoms. In the year 2000, after a long process for the conquest of unity and independence, Yemen is perhaps the only Arab country whose economy revolves around the oil fields discovered in its territory, but whose limited presence did not fuel that formidable process of enrichment and progressive growth that has instead characterized other oil states. Its population is, in fact, considered the poorest in the Arabian Peninsula, according to international statistics, anchored to the values ​​of a very conservative tradition, without opportunities for outlets and professional growth. To this picture, which denounces the need for extensive interventions, is added the thorny question of relations between clan and tribe (the true ancient soul of the country’s demographic fabric), some of which (especially those of the North) have become the protagonists of sensational protests for the improvement of the living conditions of the local population, culminating in the kidnapping of foreign tourists. Despite this difficult internal situation, Yemen has committed itself to a structural reorganization of the country, already undertaken at the end of the twentieth century. A further stimulus for the resolution of tribal conflicts and internal recovery comes from the growing need to improve international relations, also compromised by suspicions of connivance with Islamic terrorist organizations, which have exacerbated the isolation of the state. According to COUNTRYAAH, Yemen is a nation in Western Asia, the capital city of which is Sanaa. The latest population of Yemen is 29,825,975. ACEINLAND: Lists and descriptions of main religions and beliefs in Yemen, including religion demographics and statistics on Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.
The climate is mainly tropical, hot and dry. The temperature remains around high throughout the year: in Aden the average values ​​are between 24 ºC in January and 32 ºC in June, but during the summer they sometimes reach 50 ºC in the shade. Only as you proceed towards the western edge does the altitude mitigate the temperature: this is one of the most hospitable regions of the country, precisely called Serat or “cool place”; in Sanʽā there are maximum averages of 20 ºC and minimum even of -5 ºC. Even rainfall, influenced by the monsoons, has different regimes for the different areas of the country: they are abundant (800-1000 mm per year) on the plateau and in the mountainous areas, where in any case they are concentrated in the summer months, while the internal basins present characteristics of more or less marked dryness.

Yemen 1987

In 1987, Yemen was a nation grappling with political divisions, economic challenges, and social complexities. Situated at the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen’s history during this period was marked by the continuation of its North-South divide and efforts to consolidate unity and stability. Politically, Yemen was divided into two separate states: the Yemen… Read More »

Yemen 1989

In 1989, Yemen was a country undergoing significant political, social, and economic changes, with a history deeply influenced by its complex tribal dynamics, regional tensions, and struggles for unity. The year 1989 marked a period of transition and challenges for Yemen, both internally and within the broader context of the Middle East. Political Landscape: In 1989,… Read More »

Yemen 1988

In 1988, Yemen was a country undergoing significant political and social changes. Situated in the southwestern corner of the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen was divided into two separate entities at the time: the Yemen Arab Republic (North Yemen) and the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen (South Yemen). These two regions had distinct political systems, ideologies, and… Read More »

Yemen 1991

Population of Yemen in 1991 In 1991, the population of Yemen was estimated to be around 10 million, with a population density of about 60 people per square kilometer. This was a significant increase from the 1980s, when the population was only around 6 million. The majority of Yemen’s population were ethnically Arab, with other… Read More »

Yemen 1992

Population of Yemen in 1992 In 1992, the population of Yemen was estimated to be around 11 million people. This marked a significant increase from the 1980s when it was estimated at around 8.5 million. The majority of the population resided in the northern and western regions of the country, with over half living in… Read More »

Yemen 1993

Population of Yemen in 1993 In 1993, Yemen was a country with a population of around 11 million people. It was made up of two distinct regions: North and South Yemen, which had been unified in 1990 following the end of the Cold War. The majority of the population was Sunni Muslim, although there were… Read More »

Yemen 1994

Population of Yemen in 1994 The population of Yemen in 1994 was estimated to be around 11.3 million people. This number was made up of both men and women, with approximately 5.4 million males and 5.9 million females living in the country at the time. The majority of these individuals were ethnically Arab, although there… Read More »

Yemen Demographics

Yemen is an Arab nation situated in the Middle East on the Arabian Peninsula. It is bordered by Saudi Arabia to the north, the Red Sea to the west, Oman to the east, and the Gulf of Aden and Arabian Sea to the south. The country has a population of nearly 28 million people and… Read More »

Yemen Foreign Trade

Yemen is a country located in the Middle East, bordered by Saudi Arabia to the north, the Red Sea to the west, the Arabian Sea and Gulf of Aden to the south, and Oman to the east. The country covers an area of 527,970 square kilometers and has a population of approximately 28 million people.… Read More »

Yemen Industry Sectors

According to a2zgov, Yemen is bordered by six countries. To the east lies Oman, to the south is Saudi Arabia, to the west is Jordan and Iraq, and to the north are Saudi Arabia and Red Sea. The country shares a 1,086-mile border with Oman which has been largely peaceful since both countries established diplomatic… Read More »

Yemen Manufacturing and Mining Sectors

According to zipcodesexplorer, Yemen is a country located in the southwestern region of Asia. It covers an area of 527,968 square kilometers and has a population of approximately 30 million people. The capital city of Yemen is Sana’a which is also its largest city. The climate in Yemen ranges from arid and hot desert regions… Read More »

Sabid Medina (World Heritage), Yemen

Sabid was the capital of Yemen from the 13th to the 15th centuries. The city has a fort, four city gates and houses decorated with stucco. The numerous mosques and religious schools include the Great Mosque and the ruins of the university, which for a long time played an important role in the Arab and… Read More »

The United Yemen

Efforts to unify Yemen as a state initially failed due to ideological contradictions. An agreement concluded by the two states in 1972 on their merger was already denounced in 1973 by the Yemen Arab Republic. There were border conflicts and open hostilities (1970/1971, 1972, 1979, 1981/82). Unification negotiations in 1972 (basic agreement, renewed 1979), 1977,… Read More »

Yemen History, Politics and Demographics

Yemen (Romanian pronunciation: /ˈjɛmen/; Arabic : اليَمَن al-Yaman), officially the Republic of Yemen ( Arabic : الجمهرويه اليمنية al-Jumhuuriyya al-Yamaniyya) is a country in the Middle East located in the Arabian Peninsula in Southwest Asia. With a population of approximately 23,580,000, Yemen is bordered by Saudi Arabia to the north, the Red Sea to the… Read More »

Yemen Population and History

HUMAN AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY State of southwestern Asia, in the Arabian Peninsula. Despite the fact that over the course of fifteen years the population growth rate has decreased (from 4.7 % in the 1990-1998 period to 3.2 % in the 2000-2005 period), it still remains the highest among the countries of the Arabian Peninsula. According… Read More »

Yemen Geography

Yemen borders Saudi Arabia to the north, Oman to the east, the Gulf of Aden and the Indian Ocean to the south, and the Red Sea to the west. With regard to surface forms, climate and possible uses, the following landscapes can be distinguished: Along the coast of the Red Sea stretch the plains of… Read More »

SAT Test Centers and Dates in Yemen

According to the College Board, there are 2 test centers for SAT and SAT Subject Tests in Yemen. Please note that before you register either of the SAT exams, you should choose your test date and test location. Each testing location is affiliated with an educational institution, such as high school, community college, or university.… Read More »

GMAT Test Centers in Yemen

GMAT Testing Location We have found 1 GMAT test centre in Yemen, located in Sanaa. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page. AMIDEAST Yemen AMIDEAST Off Algiers Street, #24 (behind the Tunisian Embassy) P.O. Box 15508 Sanaa Yemen Phone: +967-1-400-279/280 Test Center Information Off Algiers Street, behind the Tunisian… Read More »

TOEFL Test Centers in Yemen

The TOEFL iBT test is offered in this location. The list below shows testing regions, fees and dates as of February 15, 2019, but availability may change when you register. Fees are shown in US$ and are subject to change without notice. To find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses), dates and times, click the button… Read More »