Middle East

Yemen rebel missile shot down 200km from Saudi capital

Houthi fighters fire a ballistic missile at the Saudi capital a day before US President Donald Trump arrives.

Yemen rebel missile shot down 200km from Saudi capital

Middle East

WHO: Speed of Yemen cholera outbreak 'unprecedented'

Yemen could have 3000,000 cholera cases within six months, as death toll rises to 242, World Health Organization says.

WHO: Speed of Yemen cholera outbreak 'unprecedented'

Yemen

A weak and divided Yemen strengthens armed groups

A united Yemen is crucial to deter armed groups and organisations in the country.

Who benefits from a weak and divided Yemen?

Middle East

Yemen suffers another cholera outbreak

The United Nations says more than $1bn of aid promised to Yemen by the international community needs to be delivered immediately, as the country battles another outbreak of cholera.

Middle East

State of emergency in Yemen's Sanaa over cholera crisis

More than 184 Yemenis have been killed by a cholera epidemic that is gripping the Houthi-controlled Sanaa.

State of emergency in Yemen's Sanaa over cholera crisis

Middle East

Yemen: Cholera kills more than 100 in 16 days

Thousands also ill from waterborne disease as second outbreak hits Arab world's poorest country in less than a year.

ICRC: Cholera kills 115 people from late April to May

Middle East

GCC rejects formation of Yemen transitional council

Aden's sacked governor al-Zubaidi had formed the council, which was rejected by President Hadi, in southern Yemen.

GCC rejects formation of Yemen transitional council

Humanitarian crises

More than 200 cholera cases reported in Yemen's Sanaa

Preventable disease blamed for several deaths as civilians continue to bear the brunt of two-year war in Yemen.

Middle East

Education 'deeply affected' by ongoing war in Yemen

Life is particularly hard for teachers and doctors trying to prepare children for life after the ongoing conflict.

Human Rights

Yemen: 'Love is stronger than war'

Despite two years of war, Yemeni couples are continuing to defy numerous challenges to get married.

Yemen: 'Love is stronger than war'

Middle East

Life above the conflict: Cable car links Yemeni mountain villages

Remote mountain villages in Yemen have always struggled to gain access to the basic necessities of life. villagers have recently found an ingenious way to haul up much-needed food and building materials - a cable car.

Al-Qaeda

US drone strike kills suspected fighters in Yemen

Missiles hit a car reportedly carrying five AQAP fighters and weapons to Marib province, local media reports say.

US drone strike kills five suspected al-Qaeda fighters

Middle East

A cry for help: Millions facing famine in Yemen

UN says $1bn pledged by donor states amounts to half of amount needed to combat 'world's largest hunger crisis'.

Middle East

Houthi landmines kill hundreds in Yemen

Human Rights Watch says landmines have killed and maimed hundreds of civilians, and prevented many from returning home. Due to shortage of proper equipment, Yemeni soldiers are trying to clear many of them by hand.

Middle East

Yemen: Houthis accused of silencing rivals using courts

Activists in Yemen have denounced the trial of dozens of people detained by the Houthi rebels as a travesty. They say the Houthis are using courts to silence their opponents.