Saudi tries its hand at rebuilding a 'destroyed' Yemen
The war has killed hundreds of thousands of people either through combat or knock-on effects like hunger and disease. Millions remain displaced, their homes and communities destroyed.
Yemen stampede during charity distribution kills 85, injured hundreds
Hundreds of people in the poverty-hit country had gathered to receive handouts, according to witnesses.
Red Cross: Yemen rebels, Saudi coalition begin prisoner swap
In Sanaa, the Houthi-held capital, dozens of former prisoners descended from a plane to a marching band and traditional Yemeni dancers, wearing ribbons with the colours of the Yemeni flag.
'Stuck in a swamp': Saudi Arabia seeks exit from Yemen war
The Saudi-led intervention, which marks its eighth anniversary on Sunday, came after the Huthis took control of the capital Sanaa in 2014.
Yemen rebels restrict humanitarian flights arriving in Sanaa
The Houthi-run Civil Aviation Authority said no humanitarian flights would land in Sanaa between March 25-30. It said in a statement they would allow such flights into Sanaa only on Fridays.
10 Yemeni troops killed as new fighting clouds peace efforts
The clashes took place in oil-producing Marib province, one of the main battlegrounds and the scene of sporadic fighting even during a lull in hostilities over the past year.
Mideast rivals Iran, Saudi Arabia agree to resume ties, with China's help
The deal represents a major diplomatic victory for China and comes as diplomats have been trying to end a yearslong war in Yemen, a conflict in which both Iran and Saudi Arabia are deeply entrenched.
EXPLAINER | Decades-long rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia
Here is a look back at the long years of rocky relations that preceded the latest announcement between the two nations to restore severed ties and reopen diplomatic missions.
Officials: 14 women, children drowned in shipwreck off Yemen
The group was heading to a relative’s wedding party on Kamaran Island when their boat capsized because of high winds and waves.
Shakespeare in Arabic: Tragedy offers respite from war in Yemen
Yemen, the poorest country on the Arabian peninsula, has been at war since 2014 when Iran-backed Huthi rebels seized the capital Sanaa, prompting a Saudi-led coalition to intervene.
US officials confident Al-Qaeda's Christmas Day jet-bombing mastermind killed
Al-Asiri is believed to have masterminded the attempted Christmas Day, 2009, bombing of a US-bound passenger jet.
Saudi Arabia claims to have intercepted new Yemen missile
The insurgents have in recent months ramped up missile attacks against neighbouring Saudi Arabia, which leads a military coalition against them.
Saudi Arabia says missile fired at Riyadh was 'Iranian-Huthi'
Saudi Arabia said a ballistic missile intercepted over Riyadh Tuesday was "Iranian-Huthi", days after Washington accused Tehran of manufacturing a missile fired by the Yemeni rebels.
Saudi intercepts Yemen rebel missile over Riyadh: state media
Saudi Arabia intercepted a Yemeni rebel missile over Riyadh today, state media said, as the rebels said the target was Yamamah palace, the official residence of King Salman.
Yemen since Ali Abdullah Saleh's departure
A timeline of the conflict in Yemen since a 2011 uprising that toppled president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Yemen ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh killed by rebel forces
The statement came shortly after a video began to circulate on social media showing what appeared to be a dead Saleh with a severe head injury.
Yemen's Huthi rebels claim ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh killed
The statement came shortly after a video began to circulate on social media showing what appeared to be a dead Saleh, wrapped in a floral-print blanket with a severe head injury.
Air strike kills 26 in Yemen: medics, military sources
The rebel television channel Al-Masirah also reported the air strike, but give a slightly higher toll of 27 killed and said dozens more were wounded.
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