Yemen

Yemen war: Millions face devastation, disease and famine

Two-and-a-half years of fighting has devastated many area in Yemen, where millions of people are facing famine.

Inside Story

Will UN's Yemen war blacklist help protect children?

Saudi-led coalition and Houthis placed on draft UN blacklist over deaths of hundreds of children in conflict.

Yemen

Will the UN blacklist Saudi-led coalition over Yemen?

Debate rages over whether UN will include Saudi-led coalition in Yemen on blacklist of children's rights violators.

Will the UN blacklist Saudi-led coalition over Yemen?

Opinion

Will seven million starving Yemenis ever find justice?

The control of food importation into Yemen is being used as a weapon of war, seemingly by all sides.

Catriona Murdoch

by Catriona Murdoch
- Wayne Jordash

Catriona Murdoch

Inside Story

Who has committed war crimes in Yemen?

UN Human Rights Council agrees to send investigators to examine alleged human rights violations in the war-torn country.

Middle East

UN to send war crimes investigators to Yemen

Yemeni delegation accepts motion passed in compromise between Western countries and Arab states, including Saudi Arabia.

Middle East

Yemen's cholera outbreak a 'catastrophe'

Yemen has endured 750,000 suspected cases of cholera, with at least 2,119 dying since the start of the year.

Yemen cholera outbreak could hit one million by 2018

Middle East

Yemen experiences worst cholera outbreak ever

Yemen's cholera outbreak is now the worst ever on record. The British charity Oxfam expects a million cases by November.

Middle East

UN chief urges world leaders to end Yemen conflict

Yemen is in the grip of the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

Inside Story

How to end the war in Yemen?

Hundreds of thousands take part in a rally in Sanaa to mark the third anniversary of the Houthi rebels' takeover.

Middle East

Saudis and UAE 'seeking to divide Yemen': Houthi

Rally to mark third anniversary of takeover of Sanaa by Abdel-Malek al-Houthi's army conspicuous by absence of allies.

Opinion

Yemen: Is Saleh's alliance with the Houthis breakable?

On the third anniversary of Sanaa's capture, Saleh's unholy alliance with the Houthis may be nearing its end.

Gamal Gasim

by Gamal Gasim

Gamal Gasim

Middle East

UK firms make huge profits on arm sales to Saudi Arabia

Arms sales to Riyadh exceed $8bn, while UK government receives just $40m of corporate tax, War Child report says.

UK firms make huge profits on arm sales to Saudi Arabia

Yemen

Air raid 'kills 12 civilians' in Yemen

Four children, two women among victims of coalition attack in Hareeb al-Qarameesh north of Sanaa, rebel media say.

Air raid 'kills 12 civilians' in Yemen

Middle East

Desperate Yemenis sell organs to survive

Victims of trafficking rings say the networks operate anonymously in shisha bars and coffee shops in Yemen and Egypt.

Desperate Yemenis sell organs to survive