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Sectarian unrest draws close to Yemen capital
At least 40 people have been killed in three days of fighting between Houthi rebels and Sunni tribesmen.
Last updated: 09 Mar 2014 19:25 GMT
Dozens killed in Yemen sectarian clashes
At least 55 people killed over four days in northern city of Dammaj, as Sunni and Shia Muslim factions face off.
Last updated: 02 Nov 2013 22:54 GMT
Kidnapped Red Cross workers released in Yemen
Three workers held by armed group since Monday safely back in Aden, Geneva-based humanitarian organisation says.
Last updated: 16 May 2013 11:09 GMT
Red Cross official kidnapped in Yemen
French national working for agency seized by armed men while military continues campaign against al-Qaeda in the south.
Last updated: 22 Apr 2012 08:03 GMT
Houthis gain power in post-Saleh Yemen
Al Jazeera reports exclusively from the city of Saada, which has been the scene of six years of conflict.
Last updated: 04 Feb 2012 01:17 GMT
Nobel laureate urges Yemen crackdown probe
Tawakkul Karman calls for International Criminal Court to investigate violent suppression of dissent by president.
Last updated: 28 Nov 2011 20:23 GMT
Yemen's Saleh decrees 'general amnesty'
Contentious pardon comes as fighting between Shia Houthis and Sunni Salafis reportedly grips northern Saada province.
Last updated: 27 Nov 2011 22:08 GMT
'Yemeni youth are guarding the revolution'
As disparate groups compete for influence in post-Saleh era, young protesters hold the balance of power.
Last updated: 11 Jun 2011 15:28 GMT
Yemen releases Shia rebel prisoners
Government frees some 400 members of Houthi northern rebels as part of Qatar-mediated truce in return for concessions.
Last updated: 30 Dec 2010 20:55 GMT
Yemen rebels deny assassination bid
Shaky truce holds despite government accusing Houthi fighters of violations.
Last updated: 13 Feb 2010 19:22 GMT
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