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The victim lost control of his car after he was shot dead‭.‬
The victim lost control of his car after he was shot dead‭.‬

Gunmen assassinate Al-Baida deputy governor

SANA'A, April 15—The deputy governor of Al-Baida province, Hussein Mohammed Qahtan Dayyan, was assassinated Tuesday morning by unidentified gunmen, a local security official told the Yemen Times.

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The Australian Federal Police identified the menصs remains by compairing the DNA of their remains to their families‭. ‬
The Australian Federal Police identified the menصs remains by compairing the DNA of their remains to their families‭. ‬

Two Australians confirmed dead in November drone strike

SANA'A, April 16—On Wednesday two Australian citizens were confirmed to have been killed in a drone strike in Yemen late last year, according to Australian media reports.

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Eleven governorates are competing in this year's competition‭.  ‬
Eleven governorates are competing in this year's competition‭. ‬

Sports tournament for disabled held in Sana’a

SANA’A, April 16—A goalball and table tennis competition, organized by the General Union of Disabled Athletes, kicked off Sunday at the May 22 Hall in Sana’a.         The visually-impaired competed at goalball while the physically disabled competed in the table tennis tournament.

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From left: Haitham Qasim, Haider Al-Atas, Ali Salim Al-Beidh
From left: Haitham Qasim, Haider Al-Atas, Ali Salim Al-Beidh

Cabinet endorses bill granting amnesty for Southern leaders

SANA'A, April 14—In a Cabinet meeting on Thursday, the government endorsed a bill granting amnesty to Southern leaders it had issued verdicts against in 1997 as a result of the 1994 civil war.

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