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Yemen Post (newspaper)
The Yemen Post was a newspaper in Yemen published from 2007 and now defunct. It was also Yemen's first hourly updated online news service with reporters spread throughout the country. The Yemen Post hard copy version was distributed mostly in Yemen and was first launched in a newspaper format on 2 November 2007. The newspaper is distributed to over 2000 government institutions, embassies, organizations, businesses throughout Yemen. Along with the foreign distribution to neighboring countries, the Yemen Post is also distributed to some communities within Europe and the United States. The format of the newspaper was changed to a full-colored, top of the art tabloid format on 16 February 2009. The paper was founded by the current publisher and editor in chief, Hakim Almasmari.[1]
See also
List of newspapers in Yemen
References
^ About Us. Yemen Post. Retrieved 3 September 2014.
External links
Official website

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