Gulf Air is suspending its services to the Yemeni capital Sana’a in light of the worsening security situation in the country. Suspension of the 5X-weekly service by the Bahraini flag-carrier will become effective March 26 and will run until further notice, the airline said.  It “hopes to resume services to Sana’a as soon as operational conditions permit.” Yemen, the poorest nation on the Arabian peninsula, is a haven for Al Qaeda and has been racked by unrest ...

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