May 2002
Middle East;May2002, Issue 323, p17
Reports the commitment of the Yemeni government to support the anti-terrorism campaign led by the U.S. Prevalence of check points in Marib province; Willingness of the government to help the US campaign; Challenges faced by the government in helping the US campaign.


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