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Saudi Arabia intercepts Yemen rebel missile

24 September, 2017

Saudi forces intercepted a Yemen rebel missile heading towards the kingdom late on Saturday, in the latest cross-border attack.

Yemen aid hampered by funding shortfall: UN relief chief

24 September, 2017

This year's humanitarian response fund for war-torn Yemen is 45 percent funded, the UN's top aid chief said, calling on Gulf states to "step up and fill the gap".

Houthi dispute is 'not political', Hadi tells UN

22 September, 2017

A three-year dispute with Yemen's Houthi rebels that has plunged the country into an all-out war is "not political", President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi said on Thursday.

Thousands mark three years since Houthi takeover of Sanaa

22 September, 2017

Yemen's Houthi rebels and their supporters gathered in the capital's most iconic square on Thursday, to mark the third anniversary since a takeover that plunged the country into chaos.

Exposed: France's arms dealers making a killing in Yemen

19 September, 2017

The long read: The US and UK are often lambasted for their sales of weaponry to Saudi Arabia. But France cannot be overlooked, write Warda Mohamed and Tony Fortin.

How Saudi Arabia miscalculated its war in Yemen

14 September, 2017

Comment: Saudi Arabia has over-reached fighting an enemy whose links with Iran have been exaggerated, all while Riyadh's main ally is losing power at an alarming rate, writes Mahad Dirieh.

Yemen's ousted Saleh appears on TV amid arrest rumours

05 September, 2017

“We won’t stage a coup against Ansar Allah” Ali Abdullah Saleh said in the interview before it was cut off abruptly

Yemeni officials say ex-president may be under house arrest

30 August, 2017

Yemen's former president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has not left his Sanaa home for nearly a week, fuelling speculation that his rebel allies have effectively placed him under house arrest.

Rights groups demand UN probe into Yemen abuses

29 August, 2017

Fifty-seven signatories called for an UN inquiry to look into violations and abuses of international human rights and humanitarian laws in Yemen.

Yemen rebel allies agree truce following Sanaa clashes

29 August, 2017

Houthi and pro-Saleh Yemeni rebels have agreed to ease tensions following the outbreak of violence between the two factions in the capital Sanaa.

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