Middle East

Saudi-led coalition bars UN, reporters' flight to Yemen

UN demands access to report on Yemen's 'man-made catastrophe' after BBC journalists are blocked from traveling to Sanaa.

Saudi-led coalition bars UN, BBC flight to Yemen

Middle East

Saudi-led attack kills several members of Yemeni family

UN 'deeply disappointed' by attack that killed at least 20 civilians who had fled fighting in country's southwest.

Saudi-led coalition attack kills 20 near Yemen's Taiz

Middle East

Robberies prompt Yemen bank-services suspension

Starting from Monday, 12 lenders to halt clearing services for three days in Aden following a spate of armed robberies.

Banks in Aden suspend services after robberies

Inside Story

War, famine and cholera: Is no one able to help Yemen?

The United Nations cancels a consignment of vaccines because of the continuing conflict.

Middle East

Yemen's 'unfathomable pain and suffering'

UN special envoy wants to restart talks as humanitarian chief warns that seven million are 'on the cusp of famine'.

Health

Yemen: 'World's worst cholera outbreak' mapped

A look at the worst-hit areas in the war-torn country.

Yemen: 'World's worst cholera outbreak' mapped

Health

Yemen cholera cases pass 300,000 as outbreak spirals: ICRC

At least 7,000 new cholera cases are being recorded daily in the capital Sanaa and three other areas, Red Cross says.

Europe

UK High Court: Saudi Arabia arms sales lawful

London court dismisses case that tried to stop Britain's multibillion-pound arms sales to Saudi Arabia.

UK court rejects bid to halt Saudi arms sales

Middle East

UN food agency says Yemen is on brink of famine

The UN Food Agency says the number of people starving worldwide is on the rise again. In Yemen, it's getting particularly bad, with aid agencies warning of a possible famine.

Middle East

UNICEF: 10 million Yemeni children need urgent help

Most children in Yemen lack medical care, adequate nutrition, fresh water, sanitation and education, UN body says.

UNICEF: 10 million Yemeni children need urgent help

Maps

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

More than two years after storming the capital, Sanaa, Houthi rebels have consolidated control over parts of Yemen.

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

Middle East

Yemen: At least 1,500 dead in cholera outbreak

At least 1,500 people have died in a cholera outbreak in Yemen which the UN says is the worst ever. The World Health Organization says more than a quarter-million suspected cases have been registered in the country.

Middle East

The war in Yemen, explained in three minutes

Now the Arab region's poorest country, Yemen has become a violent playground for regional and international powers.

Middle East

At least 1,500 people killed by cholera in Yemen: WHO

The World Health Organization says that the number of suspected cases of cholera in Yemen is growing by 5,000 every day.

At least 1,500 people killed by cholera in Yemen: WHO

Middle East

US judge: 'Democracy is broken' without drone oversight

US court says it has no say over president's drone programme but Judge Brown says 'congressional oversight is a joke'.

US court dismisses Jaber lawsuit for Yemen drone attack