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According to shoppingpicks, Yemen has a mostly arid climate, with temperatures ranging from hot and dry to cool and wet depending on the region. January is the warmest month of the year, with temperatures ranging from 20 to 28 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is rare throughout most of the country during this time, though it may occur occasionally in some parts of Yemen. February sees a slight decrease in temperature as it ranges from 18 to 25 degrees Celsius. Rainfall remains rare throughout most of Yemen, though it becomes more common in areas near the coast. March marks the beginning of spring in Yemen, with temperatures ranging from 16 to 22 degrees Celsius and slightly increased rainfall. April continues this trend of warmer weather as temperatures range from 17 to 24 degrees Celsius and rainfall becomes more frequent. May is usually hot and dry in Yemen, with temperatures reaching up to 30 degrees Celsius during the day and dropping to around 22 degrees Celsius at night. June through August are typically very hot and dry months, with temperatures reaching up to 40 degrees Celsius during the day and dropping to around 28 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall becomes extremely scarce during these months but may still occur on occasion. Yemen is the southernmost country in the Middle East and borders the Gulf of Aden to the south. On the coast and in the west it is dry and very hot: temperatures can reach 50°C. The large differences in height ensure that it is not sweating everywhere. In winter, December to March, it can even freeze at night in the mountains, which reach almost 4000 meters. Most precipitation falls there in March and April and in the summer months. Check businesscarriers for Yemen Economics and Business.

Yemen Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Yemen Citizens of Russia who are going to stay in Yemen for the purpose of tourism for no more than 90 days do not need to apply for a visa in advance. They will be able to get it at the airport in Sana’a or at the border crossings.… Read More »

History in Yemen

The territory of present-day Yemen became inhabited as early as the 2nd millennium BC. In the 2-1 millennium BC. such ancient states as Kataban, Hadhramaut, Aswan, Main and Saba existed here. The most powerful of them was the kingdom of Saba, which by the middle of the 1st millennium BC. occupied the entire south of… Read More »

Yemen History

Prehistory In the southern Yemen (Hadramaut) numerous prehistoric settlements have been discovered from the late Paleolithic to the Neolithic, lingering up to the 2nd millennium BC, a time when circular or linear structures and dolmens appear. Double-sided lithic industries of the 4th-3rd millennium BC come from the ar-Rub al-Khali desert and the Sadah region, where… Read More »

Yemen State Facts

  CAPITAL Sana’a STATE STRUCTURE Presidential republic INTERNAL DIVISION Yemen is divided into 22 governorates. SQUARE 527,970 km² CLIMATE tropical wet OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Arabic language CURRENCY Yemeni rial POPULATION OK. 25.4 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION The vast majority of the population are Arabs. In addition to them, Afro-Arab mulattoes and Indians live in Yemen. RELIGION Islam… Read More »

Yemen State Overview

Yemen, officially the Republic of Yemen. A country located on the southwestern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, which was formed in 1990 as a result of the unification of the Democratic People’s Republic of Yemen and the Arab Republic of Yemen. It is bordered to the north by Saudi Arabia, to the east by Oman, to the south by the Gulf of Aden and to the west… Read More »

Why is there war in Yemen? Part 2

By the time the current conflict began, the Houthis had become allies with President Saleh. Saleh also had many loyalists in the Yemeni army and large sections of this army therefore fought either for the Houthis or remained neutral in the first phase of the conflict. But in December 2017, when Saleh tried to switch… Read More »

Why is there war in Yemen? Part 1

The civil war in Yemen is called the world’s biggest humanitarian crisis. The situation is both deadlocked and complex and bears the mark of being the scene of a power struggle between powerful states in the Middle East. Why is there a civil war in Yemen? How has this affected the population? Which parties are… Read More »