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Nicholas Murphy 3/7/09 Block 5/6
N E Physical place: Sandy fertile coasts to beautiful mountains and then to the desserts of the Arabian Peninsula. Movement: Movement, 50 airports, and 75,000 km of paved roads.
YEMEN HAS A CIVIL WAR WHICH CRIPPLES THE COUNTRIES REPUTATION END OF Yemen civil war, and people start to rebuild their country Yemen is first allowed to vote for their leader
My country is developing. 8% of people own cars 22 people per thousand have a television 62.9 years old is the average lifespan. 76 per thousand babies born die 50.2 percent of the population cannot read
The main religion in Yemen is Sunni Muslims that is about 65% and 35% Sati Muslims. Arabic has always been their language, 90% of people speak Arabic and 10% of people speak English. May 1 st is the day of independence or the day that the Yemenis finally had the freedom to chose their leader.
They have a Democratic government. The group that is currently in control is the Democratic party Ali Abdulla Salih is the president of Yemen.
There are 25,567,156 people in Yemen Life expectancy for males and females is 62.9 years Literacy rate for male and female is 50.2%.
Yemen people love to dance. It’s one of there favorite pastimes. They also love to sculpt. There favorite material to sculpt would have to be bronze. There favorite sport is football or in America they call it soccer. Finally they love plays and Operas. In a country without T.V’s they like this as entertainment.
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