Speaking to TRT World, five Yemeni journalists detail their horrific experience in a series of Houthi prisons where they were subjected to physical and psychological torture after being detained in 2015.
The war-torn country announced a power-sharing government this weekend, but it excludes women for the first time in 20 years.
Cracks between Saudi and the UAE appear on the battleground of Yemen as their ground allies are at loggerheads.
Beijing seeks normalcy in war-affected Yemen to ensure its flagship Belt and Road Initiative has safe access to the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea.
Russia's Vladimir Putin may seize an opening in the Gulf to exert his influence as regional and global alliances fray around the edges.
The last surviving English paper in Yemen, the Yemen Observer, printed its final issue this year while only a handful of Arabic papers remain.
The UAE's actions in Yemen will have the same effect their policies have had in the rest of the Arab world: spreading disorder.
With no football league in Yemen for the past four seasons, it was nothing short of miraculous to see the nation qualify for its very first Asian Cup this month
The Saudi-led coalition has killed tens of thousands of Yemeni civilians in air raids without any international repercussions and now Donald Trump has blamed a civilian massacre on the Saudis' lack of knowledge on how to use the US-made bombs.
The government of President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi and the former president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, backed by Shia Houthi rebels are using public employee salaries as a bargaining chip in the ongoing dispute.
A suicide car bomb killed at least six people and injured dozens of other civilians in Yemen's southern city of Aden.
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