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Two cameramen killed in Yemen's Taiz

27 May, 2017

Two freelance cameramen were killed in rebel shelling of the outskirts of Yemen's third city Taiz on Friday as they filmed fighting with government troops.

UN confirms attack on Yemen envoy and urges investigation

26 May, 2017

The UN's special envoy to Yemen came under Houthi fire in a recent trip to the capital Sanaa, further weakening the prospect of peace talks.

Yemen: scores of civilians massacred in Taiz

25 May, 2017

Houthi shells targeting residential areas in Taiz have killed and injured dozens in the span of three days, as the city struggles with a salary crisis and a cholera epidemic.

Australia says citizen freed in Yemen with Oman’s help

24 May, 2017

Australia’s Foreign Ministry confirmed on Wednesday that an Australian citizen kidnapped in Yemen last year has been released following assistance by the sultanate of Oman.

Desperate Yemeni colonel takes own life 'over unpaid salary'

23 May, 2017

Yemen's ongoing salary crisis is resulting in an increase in suicides, reports say, as people in the war-torn country continue to struggle to provide for their families.

UN Yemen envoy 'survives assassination attempt' in capital

23 May, 2017

Yemen's UN envoy, Ismail Ould Cheikh survived an alleged assassination attempt in Sanaa on Monday, the foreign ministry said, after shots were fired when pro-rebel protesters stormed his car.

Yemen rebel missile shot down near Saudi capital: coalition

19 May, 2017

Saudi Arabia said it shot down a ballistic missile fired by Yemeni rebels southwest of the capital Riyadh late on Friday, ahead of US President Donald Trump's arrival.

Abducted: 300 days in Houthi prison

18 May, 2017

In-depth: Dr Abdulkader al-Guneid, the former mayor of Taiz, fell into activism during the Yemeni revolution, but his passion for human rights later landed him in a Houthi prison.

Hajj ban for Yemenis with Houthi-issued passports

18 May, 2017

Yemeni civilians who had passports issued in Houthi-controlled cities since 1 January 2016 will be barred from this year's annual Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, authorities said.

Another boost for Saudi military as arms manufacturer unveiled

18 May, 2017

Saudi Arabia will set up a local arms company it hopes will contribute to the kingdom's economy and reduce the need for military spending.

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