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Poor, rocky, rifle-laden Middle Eastern republic, located on the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula between Saudi Arabia and Oman, with 1,200 miles of coastline along the Red Sea, the Arabian Sea, and the Gulf of Aden. Small- to medium-sized waves roll onto the Yemen shore with some regularity during the Indian Ocean's May-to-October monsoon season; the rest of the year is for the most part w...

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