More than 550,000 fleeing Hodeidah in Yemen suffer survival crisis
More than 550,000 have fled their homes in Yemen's port city of Hodeidah and surrounding areas amid escalating fighting, and these internally displaced persons are suffering severe survival crisis.
Air strikes kill 10 civilians in Yemen's Hodeidah province: medics
Air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthi group in Yemen killed at least 10 civilians in Hodeidah province on Saturday (October 13), medics and Houthi media said.
'Without gender equality, the conflict in Yemen will continue'
Within one of the world’s most vicious conflicts, there remains a largely unreported narrative: the plight of women in Yemen.
Video: Fighting for survival in war-torn Yemen
Since 2015, Yemen has been locked in a civil war in which Saudi Arabia – a supporter of Yemen’s President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi-- has led a Sunni coalition against Houthi rebels. Almost 10,000 civilians have died while those on the sidelines of the war face regular terror attacks, cholera contamination and the threat of famine.
Norman Roule on Jerusalem Move, Saudi-Yemen Conflict
Norman Roule, former National Intelligence Manager for Iran, discusses President Donald Trump's Jerusalem decision and the escalating conflict between Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
Yemeni TV station shows launch of missile, says aimed at Saudi King Khaled airport
Yemeni TV station shows launch of missile, says aimed at Saudi King Khaled airport.
UNICEF to boost water treatment in Yemen
UNICEF said on Saturday (May 27) it is increasing capacity at a water treatment plant in Yemen as one of the several measures to prevent the spread of cholera amid an outbreak that has killed nearly 200 people.
Cholera spread adds to Yemen's misery
An outspread of cholera has killed over 180 people in Yemen and is exacerbating one of the worst humanitarian crisis.
Cloaked in dust and rags, Somalis flee a looming famine
Successive seasons of poor rains and failed harvests are forcing Somalis to flee their homes in northern Somalia. The United Nations warns of an unprecedented global crisis with famine already gripping parts of South Sudan and looming over Nigeria, Yemen and Somalia.