from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of western Yemen on the Red Sea. It is a major port and industrial center. Population: 617,000.
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- n. an important port in Yemen on the Red Sea
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He said he knew nothing of the ship being destined for the port of Al Hudaydah in Yemen although colleague Clive Read had testified earlier that he (Read) had been asked on August 22 to change the port of discharge to Al Hudaydah.
The report followed an international outcry when it became clear a consignment of AK47 and G3 weapons thought to be destined for Lebanon had ended up at the port of Al Hudaydah in Yemen.
Mr Wazan always insisted Mr Vermaak not know the destination of the vessels, which were in fact headed for Al Hudaydah, Yemen.
In earlier evidence the commission heard of a telex that had been received by Armscor marketing official Deon Bronkhorst informing him that the Arktis Pioneer was in the port of Al Hudaydah.
The Danish media had reported on September 21 that the ship was at Al Hudaydah.
In the western port city of Al Hudaydah on Monday, two protesters were killed in the evening by gunfire from plainclothes government supporters during a march on the presidential palace there.