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A US drone strike has killed two al-Qaeda suspects in central Yemen, a security official said.

Tens of thousands of people have fled Hodeida and Taiz governorates on Yemen's west coast where conditions are continuing to rapidly deteriorate, the UN's refugee agency said.

Riyadh 'sacks TV duty editor for airing Tawakkol Karman'

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Riyadh 'sacks TV duty editor for airing Tawakkol Karman'

Saudi Arabia is censoring the first Arab and Yemeni woman Nobel Peace Prize laureate after she criticised the Saudi-led coalition's role in destroying Yemen.

Saudis are occupiers, says Yemen's first female Nobel laureate

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Saudis are occupiers, says Yemen's first female Nobel laureate

Tawakkol Karman, the first Yemeni and Arab woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize, has been sacked by her party for criticising Saudi role in the ...

Yemen in 2018: Deepening war or nearing peace?

Khalid Al-Karimi

Yemen in 2018: Deepening war or nearing peace?

Analysis: Politicians and warlords have the stamina to continue the war indefinitely, but the people of Yemen are paying the price, writes ...

Sana Uqba

How 'Port of Mokha' reclaimed coffee for Yemen's farmers

At just 24-years-old and without much knowledge on coffee, Yemeni-American Mokhtar al-Khanshali risked his life to empower coffee farmers in the birthplace of coffee amid a deadly war.

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UN employee abducted in Yemen's capital Sanaa

UN employee Hisham Abdel-Rahman Bagash was abducted by a masked man in Yemen's capital Sanaa as the war rages on.

Afrah Nasser

Hisham is free, but Yemen's 'disappeared' crisis continues

Comment: As we celebrate Hisham's release, it must also serve as a reminder of the thousands of forcibly disappeared young men across the ...

The New Arab

Landmark prisoner swap agreed in between Yemen's rebels, government

A prisoner swap involving almost 2000 people has been agreed between Houthis and government loyalists in Yemen.

Houthis release Yemeni journalist Hisham al-Omeisy after 150 days

Karim Traboulsi

Houthis release Yemeni journalist Hisham al-Omeisy after 150 days

Yemen's Houthi rebels have released Hisham al-Omeisy, a journalist who was detained by the Iran-backed rebel group in Sanaa last August.

Paul McLoughlin

Saudi Arabia interior minister in two-day visit to Oman

A sign of improving ties between Oman and Saudi Arabia was witnessed on Sunday, as Riyadh's Interior Minister Prince Abdulaziz arrived in the ...

Disappeared nephew of Yemen's <em>Saleh</em> appears in the south

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Disappeared nephew of Yemen's Saleh appears in the south

The Houthi rebels have been searching for Tareq Saleh for weeks, storming scores of homes in Sanaa to find him.

Rights group: 113 killed under torture in Houthi prisons

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Rights group: 113 killed under torture in Houthi prisons

Rights Radar estimated the Houthis have held around 7,000 detainees which are distributed over 643 prisons and detention centres across Yemen. ...

Slain Yemen President Saleh's former party elects new chief

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Slain Yemen President Saleh's former party elects new chief

The party of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen's General People's Congress, has elected a new leader ...

US defence secretary slams Riyadh for casualties in Yemen

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US defence secretary slams Riyadh for casualties in Yemen

US Defence Secretary James Mattis has said the Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthis in Yemen have to do more to reduce the number of ...

Paul McLoughlin

Oman grants refuge to Saleh's family from Yemen

Oman has welcomed 22 family members of former Yemen President Ali Abdullah Saleh this week, after the brutal murder of the former strongman by Houthi rebels earlier this month.

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Dozens killed in Saudi-led coalition airstrike on Yemen's Saada

A Saudi-led coalition airstrike killed 11 civilians and wounded eight others in the Houthi rebel stronghold of Saada in northern Yemen on ...

The New Arab

UN: Saudi-led airstrikes killed 115 Yemenis in eleven days

The UN human rights office said it has verified the killings of more than 100 civilians in Saudi-led coalition airstrikes carried out over 11 ...

The New Arab & agencies

Dozens killed in two days of Yemen violence

Saudi-led airstrikes killed 28 Houthi rebels around Yemen's west coast, medics and security sources close to the insurgents said on Friday, as ...

Divided in mourning: A family and country after <em>Saleh</em>

Omar Mashjari

Divided in mourning: A family and country after Saleh

Comment: Accused of corruption during his rule and devastation after it, Saleh was Yemen's strongman who many loved to hate, writes ...

The New Arab & agencies

Top ally of slain Yemen ex-president flees capital: sources

The deputy head of Yemen's rebel administration has fled a crackdown by Houthi insurgents in Sanaa following the killing of his ally, ...

Civilians desperate for ceasefire in Yemen

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey

Civilians desperate for ceasefire in Yemen

Clashes between Yemen's warring factions have recently intensified, leaving civilians at greater risk from the country's ongoing conflict, which ...

Saudi-led airstrikes target Yemen rebel 'training camp'

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Saudi-led airstrikes target Yemen rebel 'training camp'

Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on a suspected Yemen rebel training camp northwest of the capital on Sunday killed at least 26 Houthi fighters, ...

UN says Yemen's Houthi missiles have 'common origin'

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UN says Yemen's Houthi missiles have 'common origin'

Missiles fired by Houthi rebels in Yemen towards Saudi Arabia have a 'common origin' says the UN, but refused to confirm Riyadh's claims they ...

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