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Yemen: Country Profile

Full Country Name:Republic of Yemen
Area: 528,000 sq km
Population: 24.7 million (CIA Factbook, 2011)
Capital City: Sana'a (population estimate: 1.3million (2011))
Currency: Yemeni Rial
People: Arab
Language: Arabic
Religion: Muslim
Life Expectancy: 63 (2009) World Bank
Literacy Rate for Adults aged 15 and above: 61% (World Bank, 2010)
Climate: Mostly desert, where it is very hot and dry. Hot and humid along the west coast; temperate in western mountains. Affected by seasonal monsoon

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