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Yemen’s traditional kisher coffee stimulates social scene
Yemen Fox- agencies
In the bustling Old City of the Yemeni capital Sanaa, it is common to find men gathered in streets and cafes, waiting patiently for a cup of freshly-brewed kisher.
The drink is made from the dry shell of the coffee bean. The shell has a tea-like flavor with less caffeine than coffee and is said to be rich in antiox ...

The Yemeni government is undertaking numerous efforts to preserve the status of the historic city of Zabid as a world heritage site, officials told Al-Shorfa.
In April, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) warned it would remove Zabid -- located in Hodeidah province -- from its World Heritage List unless the government improved conditions in the city within ...

Since it came into being and till now, it is still one of the mysteries of history. It is the door of the Kaaba. There is no documentation of its initial shape or what its builders looked like. There is, however, one indisputable historical fact: the Kaaba had two doors for a long time.
“Today the door of the Kaaba rises above the surface of the Grand Mosque with about two meters and 20 cent ...

UNESCO threatened to remove the city, "Zabid", the historic Yemeni town, from the List of World Heritage finally, if the Yemeni Government does not take practical and urgent action to lift the city from catastrophic conditions threaten the heritage and historical landmarks.
The Secretary-General of UNESCO in Yemen, Dr. Ahmed Ma'amari, said that the Office of Sana'a received a call from t ...

The Yemeni Ministry of Culture is organizing currently in Sana'a an exhibition for works of Yemeni photographer Abdul-Rahman al-Ghabri. 60 shots taken by al-Ghabri lens throughout last years are being exhibited.
The exhibition was opened amid welcome and official audience including the Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa, Yemeni Culture Minister Abdullah Owbel, the well-known Yemeni writer and ...

Egypt and Tunisia are unlikely to see tourism - a vital prop for their battered economies - revive anytime soon as holidaymakers continue to shun North African destinations a year after the "Arab Spring" revolutions.
Bookings to the two countries collapsed last year after popular uprisings across the Arab world toppled veteran rulers in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, and forced Yemen's presid ...

As hard winter approaches in this governorate, the quest for water starts in mountains and valleys of areas and villages of the governorate.
Shortage of water was not the only crisis in Raima Province, but it was the most dangerous on the citizens of this province, which has suffered and still suffering from many tragedies foremost of them the basic services. Lack of water, blackouts and bumpy roa ...

To the aspiring novelist, Paul Torday is a poster boy. He had his first story published in a women’s magazine in 1965. Then, for four decades, there was nothing apart from a couple of efforts deemed worthy only of the bottom drawer. The theory that, knocking on 60, he might finally ignite his literary ambition was as absurd a notion as, say, fishing for salmon in the Yemen.
Salmon Fishing in ...

Despite the bitter cold in Sana’a, it remains the best place for many job seekers from all provinces. As Sana’a attracts those jobless, it is also the destination for many mental impaired. A recent study confirmed that 50% of those mental impaired are at a loss and live in streets and lanes, and that most of them live in the capital Sana’a.
Coldness… job seekers… ho ...

Pro-democracy revolts across the Arab world are taking their toll on tourism in cash-strapped Jordan, where revenues from the key source of hard currency earnings have dropped by 16 percent this year, while Turkey's rising regional status is translating into a booming tourism sector.
Tourism generated three billion dollars last year, with 4.8 million tourists visiting attractions such as the Nabat ...

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