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Foreign Ministry condemns provocative language of UK Foreign Ministry in dealing with human rights of Yemeni people
[02 October 2022]
Statement by the national delegation regarding the temporary truce
[01 October 2022]
Speaker inaugurates Central Market, Messenger Grain Cereal Crops
[01 October 2022]
Information Minister, Rima Governor briefed on needs of Batkha mosque in Mazhar
[01 October 2022]
Shura Council President congratulates Nigerian counterpart
[01 October 2022]
 
  International
Parliament Deliberating over Riots in Iran
[02 October 2022]
30 Palestinian detainees remain on hunger strike for 8th day
[02 October 2022]
Zionist enemy shut down two major checkpoints near Nablus
[02 October 2022]
Scores of Israeli settlers break into Al-Aqsa
[02 October 2022]
Occupation forces kill a Palestinian man in Al-Eizariya
[02 October 2022]
 
  Reports
Capital, Sana'a witnessed military, security parade, largest in history of region
[22 September 2022]
September 21st Revolution … End of guardianship projects
[20 September 2022]
Yemeni Center for Human Rights, Saba Agency organize press conference on alleged truce
[19 September 2022]
Representatives House approves Development, Oil Committee report of warns against continuing to loot Yemen's wealth
[07 September 2022]
Yemen Military Parade.... new victorious force
[04 September 2022]
 
  US-Saudi Aggression
Aggression forces commit 122 violations of armistice in past 24 hours
[01 October 2022]
Aggression forces commit 140 violations of armistice in past 24 hours
[30 September 2022]
One citizen was killed by explosion of aggression mine remnants in Marib
[30 September 2022]
Aggression commits 177 violations of armistice within 24 hours
[29 September 2022]
Aggression commits 224 violations of armistice within 24 hours
[28 September 2022]
  Local
Somali refugees still flow to Yemen
Somali refugees still flow to Yemen
Somali refugees still flow to Yemen
[04/September/2009]



SANA'A, Sep. 04 (Saba) - About 108 Somali refugees have arrived in Thubab coast of Taiz governorate, Interior Ministry has said.

The security authorities in Taiz governorate have sent all the arrival refugees to Kharaz camp in Lahj governorate.

Yemen expected that over 3000 Somalis have arrived in the country last August as a result of deteriorating the security situation in Somalia.

The fighting between Islamic militias and government forces in Somalia makes thousands of Somalis are ready to risk their lives on a rickety boat to be smuggled into Yemen.

Yemen, a gateway for Somalis to the Middle East, recognizes all Somalis as refugees on a "prima facie basis," meaning they are automatically granted the right to stay. But many of those who cross the Gulf of Aden move on to Yemen's neighbours Saudi Arabia and Oman in pursuit of jobs.

The escalating numbers of refugees place increasing strain on
Yemen's limited resources and pose more challenges to the government's efforts to balance its obligations under international law with the need to protect the country from illegal entry.

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