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Comment: Abu Dhabi is free to support brutal militias and seize key ports in Yemen's south thanks to a total absence of competent governance, writes Afrah Nasser.

Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed that a drone attack was the reason for a fire at a Saudi Aramco plant on Wednesday. The oil giant has denied the claims.

Yemen military commander 'killed by rebels' in central province

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Yemen military commander 'killed by rebels' in central province

Yemeni rebels have claimed to have killed a prominent military commander but the country's internationally recognised government disputes that, saying he died during an army drill.

Houthi leader willing to give UN control of Hodeida

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Houthi leader willing to give UN control of Hodeida

Yemen's rebel leader said is he willing to give UN control of the key Hodeida port, in an interview with French media.

Three injured in Saudi Arabia following 'Yemen projectile attack'

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Three injured in Saudi Arabia following 'Yemen projectile attack'

A projectile fired from Yemen has injured three people, including a child, when it hit the southern Saudi region of Jizan.

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Saudi Arabia intercepts Houthi missile towards Najran

The Iran-backed Houthi rebels fired a missile from Saada towards bordering Najran.

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US official applauds Iran sanctions, says linked to unrest

A Treasury official said Washington's use of sanctions are tied to protests that have rocked Iran, but stopped short of saying regime change is ...

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Saudi Arabia pardons soldiers over Yemen conflict

At least 10,000 people have been killed in Yemen's civil war, which has displaced two million people, helped spawn a cholera epidemic, and ...

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UN envoy meets Yemen president in push for truce

The UN envoy for Yemen, Martin Griffiths met with President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi on Tuesday, in the latest efforts to broker a truce between ...

Saudi Arabia says Houthi missile intercepted from Yemen

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Saudi Arabia says Houthi missile intercepted from Yemen

The Houthi rebels said a short-range ballistic missile had been fired at a military "supply depot" on Saudi Arabia's western coast.

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Hodeida: From hell of war to displacement camps

Comment: The glimmer of hope may come to light too late for the people of Hodeda, writes a Yemeni journalist.

More than 800 child soldiers recruited in Yemen war

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More than 800 child soldiers recruited in Yemen war

The UN has verified that 842 boys have been recruited by various parties in Yemen to fight the country's bloody civil war.

Yemen demands UAE shut 'abuse-rife' secret prisons

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Yemen demands UAE shut 'abuse-rife' secret prisons

Yemen's interior minister has demanded the United Arab Emirates shut down or hand over secret prisons under its control in the war-torn country.

UAE-backed troops take over Aden airport from Yemen government

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UAE-backed troops take over Aden airport from Yemen government

The transport minister in Yemen's internationally recognised government has said UAE security forces have taken control of all of its capital ...

Officials: Fighting around Hodeida has killed over 100 people

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Officials: Fighting around Hodeida has killed over 100 people

More than 165 people from both sides of the conflict have been killed as the battle for the key port city rages on.

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UN backs efforts to start new Yemen peace talks

The Security Council on Thursday gave strong backing to efforts by UN Special Envoy Martin Griffiths to start new talks between Yemen's warring parties.

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Saudi-led coalition airstrike 'kills 11' at Yemen wedding party

At least 11 people have been killed after Saudi-led coalition aircraft bombed a wedding in the rebel-held northern province of Saada, the ...

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Prominent Yemeni journalist who criticised coalition released

Fathy bin Lazrq, the editor of a Yemeni newspaper, was released just hours of being arrested by government forces in Aden on Monday

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Yemeni citizens in Hodeida suffer under coalition siege

Analysis: Yemeni civilians continue to bear the brunt of the war, as the conflicting sides 'gear up' for another violent outbreak in the city of ...

UAE 'pauses' Hodeida offensive to allow UN peace efforts

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UAE 'pauses' Hodeida offensive to allow UN peace efforts

A UAE- backed offensive on Yemen's port city has been put on pause to allow UN diplomatic efforts to take shape, Emirati Minister of State for ...

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Yemen's warring parties agree to resume peace talks: UN

Rival Yemeni forces who have been at war for nearly four years, will meet for talks that could bring peace to the country.

'We hear you,' Pompeo tells Iran protesters

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'We hear you,' Pompeo tells Iran protesters

Mike Pompeo sent a message of support on Wednesday to Iranians partaking in anti-government protests and strikes.

Hadi: <em>Houthis</em> must fully withdraw from Hodeida

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Hadi: Houthis must fully withdraw from Hodeida

President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi has demanded that Houthi rebels withdraw from the key port city, amid reports that the rebels have agreed to ...

Dozens killed near Hodeida as UAE demands Houthi pullout

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Dozens killed near Hodeida as UAE demands Houthi pullout

Air strikes and artillery fire killed 55 people near Yemen's Hodeida as the battle to retake the strategic city continues.

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