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Hadhramaut

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  1. Hadhramout or Hadramawt is a historical region of the south Arabian Peninsula along the Gulf of Aden in the Arabian Sea, extending eastwards from Yemen (proper) to the Dhofar region of Oman

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  2. Arabic: حضرموت []

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  3. The Qu'aiti sultans ruled most of Hadramaut, under a loose British protectorate, the Aden Protectorate, from 1882 to 1967, when the Hadhramaut was annexed by South Yemen

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  4. The name of the region is currently retained in the smaller Hadhramaut Governorate of the Republic of Yemen

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  5. The people of Hadhramaut are called Hadhramis

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