Fighting in Yemen continues despite the UN-sponsored peace talks. Is there any hope of an end to the war or will the human tragedy continue?
Yemen's complicated war explained
10 Dec 2018
Yemen has been battling a bloody war for the last 3 years, and still there is no end in sight. The UN's most recent figures said that by 2017 at least 10,000 Yemenis had been killed, even as the bitter conflict continues.
Up to 75 UN monitors to shore up truce in Yemen's Hudaida
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have agreed on the need for a continued de-escalation of Yemen war.
Houthi drone attack kills several Yemeni soldiers
2 days ago
A Houthi drone strike killed at least 6 Yemeni soldiers during a military parade in Yemen's Lahaj province on Thursday. Houthi rebels say the drone was packed with explosives and designed to blow up about 20 metres off the ground. #Houthi #Yemen
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Saudi and Houthi media said drones belonging to the rebels hit a parade in Lahaj province, killing at least six soldiers. Eyewitnesses say high-ranked officials including Yemen's deputy chief of staff were wounded in the attack.
The War in Yemen: Marginalised Yemenis face discrimination
9 Jan 2019
The Akhdam are a minority in Yemen, where many struggle to stay out of a war they don't want to fight. Obaida Hitto tells us the story of a man who was nearly tortured to death for refusing to fight for the Houthi rebels, all because he's different.
US says suspected USS Cole bombing planner killed in Yemen strike
Houthi rebels deny accusations of selling aid meant for civilians, saying the World Food Programme instead sent "rotten food" to the war-torn Arab country which "is not suitable for human consumption".
The War In Yemen: Saudi recruits Sudanese child soldiers
2 Jan 2019
Saudi Arabia has been recruiting children from desperate families in the war-torn African nation to pad up its frontlines in the Yemen war, the New York Times reported. How credible are these reports of Sudanese child soldiers fighting in Yemen?
Saudi Arabia hired Sudanese children to fight war in Yemen – NYT
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia offered around $10,000 to families in Darfur, Sudan affected by the Sudanese civil war to send their children to fight in Yemen, the New York Times reported on Friday. The Saudi-led coalition has denied the accusations.
Yemen's Houthi rebels hand over control of Hudaida port
Saudi Arabia has come under increased scrutiny for civilian deaths and a humanitarian crisis in Yemen, where it supports the internationally-recognised government against Iranian-aligned Houthis in a nearly four-year-old civil war.
UN ceasefire monitoring chief visits key Yemen port