Yemen

Cooking-gas crisis forces Yemenis to turn to rubbish

Saudi blockade has caused a chronic shortage of propane gas, forcing Yemenis to find alternatives to prepare food.

Yemenis resort to burning firewood and rubbish to cook food

Saudi Arabia

Yemen's Houthi rebels fire ballistic missile at Saudi capital

Saudi air defences intercept missile fired at Riyadh, videos published on social media purportedly show.

Yemen's Houthi rebels fire ballistic missile at Saudi capital

Yemen

Why did the Houthis attack Riyadh?

Rebel group tells Al Jazeera it is open to peace talks but only if the Saudi-led coalition halts all air attacks.

Yemen

Yemeni women: Our situation just gets worse and worse

As the war on Yemen enters its fourth year, women in Sanaa say death and destruction stalks every family.

Yemeni women reflect on war in a city ravaged by air attacks

Saudi Arabia

Doubt cast on Saudi missile interception claims

Kingdom says it has been targeted by 90 ballistic missiles from Yemen's Houthi rebels over the past three years.

Doubt cast on Saudi claims of Houthi missile interception

Yemen

Houthi missile attack kills Egyptian in Riyadh

One killed in Houthi missile attack on Riyadh, the first death due to projectiles fired to the city by Yemeni rebels.

Houthis

Key facts about the war in Yemen

The ongoing war in Yemen, which has displaced millions of people, is far more complex than a Sunni-Shia conflict.

Key facts about the war in Yemen

Yemen

12 killed in Aden as Yemen allies turn on each other

At least 12 people killed in clashes between Yemeni forces and UAE-backed separatists, health ministry says.

12 killed in Aden as Yemen allies turn on each other

Opinion

What is going on in southern Yemen?

Secessionist forces are gaining ground in South Yemen which could change the course of the ongoing war.

Gamal Gasim

by Gamal Gasim

Gamal Gasim

Yemen

UAE-backed group vows to 'overthrow' Yemen's government

South Yemen separatists, backed by the UAE, declare a state of emergency and vow to topple Yemen's government.

UAE-backed group vows to 'overthrow' Yemen's government

Yemen

Yemen's children face 'worst diphtheria outbreak'

International aid organisation says deaths in Yemen likely to rise as bacterial disease spreads.

Yemen's children face 'worst diphtheria outbreak'

Middle East

Saudi to inject $2bn in Yemen to halt currency collapse

Announcement comes a day after Yemen's PM offered to resign if it meant it could help lead to an investment of funds.

Saudi to inject $2bn in Yemen to halt currency collapse

Opinion

Ali Abdullah Saleh's assassination and Yemen's tribes

Did Ali Abdullah Saleh's tribal games lead to his tragic end?

Gamal Gasim

by Gamal Gasim

Gamal Gasim

Inside Story

Have Yemen's Houthis built a surface-to-air missile?

Houthi rebels in Yemen say they have developed a locally built surface-to-air missile.

Yemen

After al-Qaeda: No signs of recovery in Yemen's Mukalla

Residents say nearly two years after it was "liberated", the Yemeni government has failed to help rebuild the city.

After al-Qaeda: No signs of recovery in Yemen's Mukalla