Faisal Edroos

Faisal Edroos

Yemen

Saudi alliance bombs Sanaa airport, blocking aid access

UN says it is concerned by attack on Sanaa airport, which was already being starved of aid shipments.

Saudi alliance bombs Sanaa airport, blocking aid access

War & Conflict

Hadi could be killed if he leaves Saudi: Yemen official

Yemen's president could be 'targeted' if he returns to UAE-administered Aden city, Yemeni official says.

Hadi could be killed if he leaves Saudi: Yemen official

Middle East

Saudi siege on Yemen: 'Hundreds will die within a week'

Doctors say hundreds of patients face death unless urgently needed medical supplies are allowed into besieged ports.

Saudi siege on Yemen: 'Hundreds will die within a week'

Yemen

Houthis offer Saudi princes political asylum in Yemen

Rebels say their offer is '100 percent genuine', days after 11 Saudi princes were detained in an anti-corruption purge.

Houthis offer Saudi princes political asylum in Yemen

Yemen

Yemenis denounce Saudi siege as 'collective punishment'

Saudi Arabia's decision to close all air, land and sea ports will exacerbate the plight of the poor, Yemenis say.

Yemenis denounce Saudi siege as 'collective punishment'

Yemen

Saudi air strikes 'rain down' on Yemen's capital Sanaa

Kingdom retaliates with more than 29 air strikes on central Yemen, hours after Houthi rebels fired a missile at Riyadh.

Saudi air strikes 'rain down' on Yemen's capital Sanaa

Houthis

Yemen's Houthis fire ballistic missile at Riyadh

Saudi security official says missile fired from Yemen intercepted near the capital's King Khalid International Airport.

Yemen's Houthis fire ballistic missile at Riyadh

Middle East

Saudi-led air strike kills 29 Yemenis, decimates market

At least 29 civilians killed in their sleep as Saudi air raid targets a busy marketplace in Yemen's Saada region.

Saudi-led air strike kills 29 Yemenis, decimates market

Saudi Arabia

UK activists face jail for 'disarming' Saudi-bound jets

Pair broke into a BAE airbase in January in an effort to 'prevent a war crime' in the Saudi-led war in Yemen.

UK activists face jail for 'disarming' Saudi-bound jets

War & Conflict

Birthdays under siege in Yemen: No candles, no presents

A widowed mother rues her inability to provide for her children living under siege by Houthi rebels in Taiz.

Birthdays under siege in Yemen: No candles, no presents

War & Conflict

'UAE on the verge of splitting Yemen in two'

South Yemen's fight for independence is being financed and politically supported by the UAE, Yemeni officials say.

'UAE on the verge of splitting Yemen in two'

Myanmar

ARSA group denies links with al-Qaeda, ISIL and others

Rakhine-based Rohingya fighters, who emerged in October last year, say they have no ties to any 'terrorist group'.

ARSA group denies links with al-Qaeda, ISIL and others