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Civilians flee flighting around Yemen's Hodeida port

23 June, 2018

Civilians have continued to flee areas around the key Yemeni port of Hodeida as a fierce showdown is anticipated between Houthi rebels and government forces.

Army reinforcements roll into Yemen's embattled Hodeidah

22 June, 2018

Reinforcements roll into Yemen's Hodeidah as the army and its regional allies set their sights on the city's port, held by the Houthis.

UAE-backed forces enter Yemen's Hodeida

21 June, 2018

Pro-government reinforcements have entered Yemen's Hodeida ahead of a major offensive planned to retake the port city from the Houthi rebels.

Houthis vow to fight on after losing Hodeida airport

21 June, 2018

Yemen's Houthi rebels vowed to fight on after pro-government forces seized Hodeida airport from them on Wednesday, in a major step towards retaking the port city following a week-long battle

The UAE In Yemen: With help from its mercs

20 June, 2018

Comment: The UAE is relying on mercenaries to do its dirty work in Yemen and beyond, writes David Isenberg.

Sexual abuse rife at UAE-controlled prisons in Yemen: report

20 June, 2018

The UAE, a US ally, has been accused of rampant sexual abuse of Yemeni prisoners, most held without charge or trial.

Emirati-backed Yemen forces seize control of Hodeida airport

20 June, 2018

The capture of Hodeida airport from Houthi rebels marks a major step toward retaking the key port city.

Media world mourns Yemeni journalist tortured by Houthis

19 June, 2018

Press freedom watchdogs have decried the death of Yemeni journalist Anwar al-Rakan, who was subject to torture and starvation at the hands of the Houthis

Pro-government forces enter Yemen's Hodeida airport

19 June, 2018

Taking control of the Hodeida airport would mark a military victory for the Saudi-led coalition, but rights groups warn the offensive risks sparking a fresh humanitarian crisis.

Number of civil conflicts skyrockets since 2001: report

18 June, 2018

The majority of global conflicts today entail more than two parties, and sometimes include hundreds of competing armed groups.

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