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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.

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.

Tributes paid to renowned Arabic literature translator Denys Johnson-Davies

23 May, 2017

Denys Johnson-Davies, known for his major contributions to Arabic literature in translation, passed away in Cairo on Monday at the age of 94.

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.

Top Saudi cleric 'blesses' Trump's Islamic summit in Riyadh

19 May, 2017

The upcoming Islamic summit, to be attended by Muslim leaders and US President Donald Trump, was described as "blessed" by a top Saudi cleric on Friday.

'Significant' fatalities after rival clashes at Libyan airbase

19 May, 2017

The UN envoy to Libya voiced alarm at reports of "significant" fatalities in an attack by militia loyal to the unity government on Brak al-Shati base controlled by rival forces.

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.

Has the UAE colonised Yemen's Socotra island paradise?

17 May, 2017

In-depth: A near-forgotten island in the Indian Ocean, Socotra was outshadowed by the conflict raging in Yemen, allowing the UAE to turn it into a military outpost and tourist hotspot.

Strained relations: Houthis shut down pro-Saleh newspaper

16 May, 2017

The General People's Congress lost its mouthpiece publication on Tuesday, after Houthi rebels banned the al-Mithaq newspaper, in what seems to be deepening tensions between the former allies.

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