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Synonyms for Al-Hudaydah

an important port in Yemen on the Red Sea


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Some 13,600 people have been newly displaced within Taiz while more than 12,300 people have been newly displaced within Al-Hudaydah, with others fleeing the West coast across the country to Lahj, Al-Maharah, Aden, Ibb, Dhamar, Hadramaut and Shabwah.
Furthermore, the warplanes launched three strikes on the al-Hudaydah international air port and other raid on al-Salife area, where they destroyed telecom networks.
The convoy of Pakistanis, which includes women and children was to stay in a school in Al-Hudaydah until their departure for Pakistan.
There was no electricity at the airport in Al-Hudaydah and neither any working machinery, hence all paper work for passengers was done manually.
34) Personal interview, tribal leader from al-Hudaydah Province, Sana'a, Yemen, May 27, 2012; personal interview, tribal leader from Shabwa Province, Aden, Yemen, May 28, 2012; personal interview, Popular Committee commander from Abyan Province, Sana'a, Yemen, May 31, 2012.
On the ground, most of Yemen's cities observed a complete strike on Wednesday morning as police fired shots into the air in the town of Huta, in southern Lahij province, and in the Red Sea city of Al-Hudaydah, witnesses said.
In the coastal city of al-Hudaydah, a gunman killed at least one person attending an anti-government protest, according to <em>Al Jazeera</em>, citing witnesses.
Other large demonstrations were reported in Hadramawt, Al-Hudaydah, Shabwa and Al-Baida.
According to the UPS website, the company maintains four locations in Yemen; in Sanaa, the capital, and in Aden, Taiz and Al-Hudaydah.
The security officials and members of the kidnappers' tribe said the two Americans N a man and a woman N were seized while traveling to al-Hudaydah province west of the capital, San'a.
Security officials said the man and woman were seized while travelling in al-Hudaydah province west of the capital San'a yesterday.
Hazmi, who led the indignant MPs' demand for an anti-corruption motion, complained that alcohol, drugs, prostitution and bars were becoming increasingly common in Yemen's main provinces, like Aden, Sanaa, Taizz and al-Hudaydah.
These include eastern Yemen bentonite and palygorskite clays for soapstone and building construction; brick clays manufactured in several plants, such as the AI Senydar Red Brick Factory in Sana'a; extensive clay, palygorskite-sepiolite-smectite rich shales around Al Mukalla; kaolin-quartz west of Sadah; and loess and loam deposits covering the plains around the towns of Sana'a, Sadah, Ibb, Al-Hudaydah, Lahj, Abyan and Hadramawt.
The victims were killed as Saudi military fighter jet targeted trucks loaded with coal travelling along a road linking al-Najibiyah district and Hays region in the neighboring coastal province of al-Hudaydah on Tuesday afternoon, according to Arabic-language al-Masirah television network.