The court found President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi guilty of 'instigating attacks by Saudi Arabia' and 'undermining the independence and integrity of the Republic of Yemen.'
Some 106 civilians have been killed in Yemen over the past month alone, most by Saudi-led coalition airstrikes and shelling, the UN Human Rights Office said Friday.
The United Nations warned on Friday that 60 percent Yemen's population is going hungry as a third of the war-torn country are on the brink of famine.
Somalia's new president appealed to the international community Thursday for more aid to avert a famine threatening his country.
Cross-border Houthi shelling has allegedly killed several Saudi soldiers, Yemen's rebel-run state news agency said on Thursday.
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A selection of news stories from across the Muslim world that coincided with the London terrorist attack - where civilians were affected in similar ways.
Humanitarian groups on Wednesday demanded access to civilians on the brink of famine in Yemen, describing the two-year civil war in the Arab world's poorest state as an "open-air massacre".
The United Nations on Monday rejected a call by the Saudi-led coalition battling rebels in Yemen for the key port of Hodeidah to be placed under its supervision.