UAE to donate 3 mln barrels oil to Yemen: minister

UAE to donate 3 mln barrels oil to Yemen: minister

Sanaa : Yemen | Jul 16, 2011 at 5:00 AM PDT
Source: Arab News
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The United Arab Emirates has pledged 3 million barrels of oil to Yemen, which faces a fuel crisis due to attacks on a pipeline during widespread political unrest, a Yemeni deputy minister said on Saturday. Deputy Information Minister Abdo Al-Janadi, speaking to reporters, did not give details about... FULL ARTICLE AT Arab News
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