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Yemen Airways to resume flights to and from Aden airport today

Aden � Yemen's national carrier Yemenia Airlines announced on Wednesday they would resume their flights from and to Aden International Airport as of Thursday. They will begin to re-operate the Cairo-Aden flights.

In a statement to official Yemen News Agency, the Yemenia said their closure in the past two days was because of the unrest experienced by the interim capital Aden, adding that they would resolve the issue of the flights canceled in the past days.

Source: International Islamic News Agency

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa govt distributes 1.4 mln Sehat Sahulat Cards: Khattak

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak says that the provincial government has so far distributed more than one point four million Sehat Sahulat Cards across the province.Addressing the inaugural ceremony of beautification of Bannu district t...

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Gemalto and Ponemon Institute Study: Big gaps emerge between countries on attitudes towards data protection in the cloud

Study reveals regional disparities in adoption of cloud security: German businesses almost twice as likely to secure confidential or sensitive information in the cloud (61%) than British (35%), Brazilian (34%) and Japanese (31%) organizations Half of global organizations believe that payment information (54%) and customer data (49%) is at risk in the cloud Over half […]

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‫دراسة جيمالتو ومعهد بونيمون: ظهور فجوات كبيرة بين البلدان بخصوص التوجهات بشأن حماية البيانات في السحابة الحاسوبية

الدراسة تكشف تباينات إقليمية في اعتماد الأمن السحابي: تضاعف احتمالية تأمين الشركات الألمانية للمعلومات السرية أو الحساسة في السحابة بنسبة (61٪) مقارنة بالمؤسسات البريطانية بنسبة (35٪)، والبرازيلية بنسبة (34٪) واليابانية بنسبة (31٪) تعتقد نصف المنظمات العالمية أن معلومات الدفع (54٪) وبيانات العملاء (49٪) معرضة للخطر في السحابة يعتقد أكثر من النصف (57٪) بأن استخدام السحابة […]

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Legal Pathways Needed to Stem Migrant Deaths on the Mediterranean

GENEVA The U.N. refugee agency is calling for more resettlement places and other legal pathways to stop the alarmingly high number of deaths of refugees and migrants along the perilous Central Mediterranean Sea route from Libya to Italy.This has been...

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