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 Child Abuse: Amnesty International worried about child rape
2 days ago
A report by Amnesty International says the war in Yemen has made children increasingly vulnerable to sexual abuse. It details assaults on several boys in the city of Taiz. But so few families report such assaults.
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.
Civilian deaths rise in Yemen despite port truce - aid group
Norwegian Refugee Council says sniper and explosive attacks have been growing despite an easing of air attacks amid a three-month-old truce in Hudaida, as the devastating conflict intensifies elsewhere.
The Trump administration is swimming against the tide on the Yemen war
The UN humanitarian agency says thousands of Yemeni civilians are trapped in an embattled northern district as fierce clashes between warring factions continue.
The War in Yemen: Doctor helps thousands by giving free medicine
12 Mar 2019
The stalled peace process for Yemen continues, which means so too does the war. People are in urgent need of medical assistance - and international donors are finding it difficult to bridge the gap between what's required and what's available.
Is Pakistan shifting from its neutral stance in the Yemen conflict?
Senators at Abizaid's confirmation hearing including Trump's fellow Republicans as well as Democrats condemned the kingdom's conduct in the civil war in Yemen, heavy-handed diplomacy and rights abuses.
There can’t be a Yemen peace process without considering the south
As the southern independence dream and the UAE’s ambitious designs in Yemen continue to be ignored, the peace process which the Stockholm Agreement aims to constitute is unlikely.
Yemen Schools: Schools opened on self help basis by locals
5 Mar 2019
Children in Yemen are among those who have suffered the most during the war. A coalition of countries has pledged more than two and half billion dollars to help, but until then, locals in Lahej province have come up with a makeshift solution. #Yemen
The War in Yemen: UN seeks $4B to save millions from starving
28 Feb 2019
More than 40 countries have pledged millions of US dollars in a special UN appeal for Yemen. Nearly 80% of Yemen's population is facing starvation and is in desperate need of for humanitarian aid. Julia Lyubova reports from Geneva. #YemenFamine
UN reaches aid warehouses on Yemen frontlines, seeks $4.2 bn
Three months ago, UN Chief Antonio Guterres announced a series of breakthroughs, which are apparently yet to come into effect as a new UNICEF report says at least eight children are still killed or injured in Yemen every day.
The War in Yemen: Families lack aid access, eat from garbage dump
26 Feb 2019
The UN, Sweden, and Switzerland are hosting a third round of fundraising for humanitarian aid for Yemen. The UN says the crisis continues to worsen, as peace talks have so far failed to allow enough aid to pass through the main port of Hudaida.
Yemen warring sides 'agree' deal on first pullback
Former US president Barack Obama's key advisor on the Middle East Robert Malley told TRT World that Obama tried to "find a middle ground" of assisting the Saudi-led coalition militarily and simultaneously pursuing the nuclear deal with Iran.
US lawmakers vote to end participation in Yemen's war
The US House passed a resolution that would force the administration to withdraw its troops from involvement in Yemen. The bill will now head to the Senate for consideration following the 248-177 vote.
Yemen still reels under humanitarian crisis. Does anyone remember?
The UN calls the situation in Yemen the worst humanitarian crisis in recent history. With 24 million people facing starvation and famine and at least 65,000 killed, the Saudi-led coalition continues to fuel the war.
Yemeni conjoined twins die without treatment abroad
Abd al Khaleq and Abd al Rahim, newborn Yemeni conjoined twins whose plight sparked a plea for urgent medical treatment overseas, died in Sanaa.
Yemeni children study under trees as classrooms are full
11 Feb 2019
"The insects are making it very hard, the scorpions and other insects under the trees." These students in the Yemeni town of Abs study under trees because the schools are overcrowded due to the mass displacement in the country. #Yemen #civilwar