Yemen peace talks anniversary: Little progress since Stockholm

Stockholm talks mediators say the agreement’s language was too vague and too many details were left unresolved.

It has been one year since Yemen’s government and Houthi rebels signed a UN-backed agreement in Sweden, aimed at ending the war.

At the time, it was encouraging news after years of fighting in a country suffering the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

Although the agreement has failed to deliver a full resolution, the past two months have seen some momentum to end the violence.


Al Jazeera’s Victoria Gatenby reports.