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 extent of Tehran’s control over the Yemen-based militia has once again come under focus.
Whether it was Houthi drones or Iranian cruise missiles, the recent attacks highlight the need to end Yemen’s civil war.
Donald Trump cannot drag the US into another war ahead of an election and Iran is suffering from a crumbling economy and an increasingly frustrated populace.
Instead of threatening to go to war for a tyrannical regime, Washington should reclaim control of US Middle Eastern policy from Riyadh.
One of the kingdom’s most significant oil facilities has been targeted. Here's what the experts say about it.
Yemen's Houthi rebels attacked two Aramco oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais and vowed to widen the range of its attacks on Saudi Arabia, which leads a coalition fighting them in Yemen.
In a rare statement, President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi condemned the UAE, a former ally, for "blatant intervention" in Yemen by providing "support, money and plans" for separatists who aim at "dividing up" the country.
The move comes after the United Arab Emirates-backed Shabwani Elite forces withdrew from the area.
The UAE's actions in Yemen will have the same effect their policies have had in the rest of the Arab world: spreading disorder.
Houthi rebels claimed the facilities attacked included a prominent refinery and oil storage in eastern Saudi Arabia.
Tension escalates in Yemen’s Aden city as government forces and southern separatists have been clashing since Wednesday
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