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Several killed in Yemen floods
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Boys raise thousands of pounds for Yemen by selling lemonade
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UN warns over oil tanker stranded off Yemen coast for years
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Air strikes kill civilians in Yemen's al-Jawf province
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UN says migrants in Yemen stranded, abused amid coronavirus fears
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UN slammed for taking Saudi coalition off child rights blacklist
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Yemen: UAE-backed separatists take control of Socotra
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Clashes erupt between Yemen gov't forces, separatists in Socotra
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Saudi coalition shoots down Houthi ballistic missiles and drones
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Coronavirus: Yemen refugees face terrible conditions
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Houthis launch missile, drone attack on Riyadh
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Yemen COVID-19: Fears cases and deaths are being underreported
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Boys' lemonade stand raises thousands for Yemen crisisBest friends, Ayaan and Mikaeel, aged six, want to help children suffering in the Yemen crisis.
Yemen conflict: Southern separatists give up self-ruleAn agreement aims to heal a rift in the Saudi-led coalition against Houthi rebels in the north.
From Yemen to Wales: 'I thought I would die under that lorry'Forced to flee for his life, Mujahed Aqlan relives his perilous journey across Europe as a teenager.
Yemen war: Tortured for supporting the 'wrong' sideDisappearances and brutality have become hallmarks of the fighting in Yemen, documented cases show.
Coronavirus: The doctors on Yemen's front lineFive years of civil war have left the country's medical system devastated and Covid-19 is spreading largely unchecked.
UK to resume arms sales to Saudi Arabia despite 'possible' war crimes in Yemen, government saysGovernment says possible war crimes commited by Saudi Arabia are 'isolated incidents' and resumes sales
Yemen crisis: Five years of hunger, five years of warYemen's humanitarian crisis is worsening as coronavirus compounds the impact of the conflict.
Yemen crisis: Separatists take over 'Galapagos of Indian Ocean'Socotra, prized for its flora and fauna, falls to separatists further complicating the Yemen crisis.
Coronavirus: Five reasons why it is so bad in YemenFive reasons why Yemen could be the worst place for coronavirus in the world.
Saudi proposes framework to end standoff between allies in southern Yemen: sourcesSaudi Arabia has proposed a framework to end the latest standoff in southern Yemen between nominal allies under a Saudi-led coalition, three sources said, as violence escalates with the Iran-aligned..
Saudi-led coalition in Yemen denies killing civilians in Saada air strikeThe Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen on Wednesday denied that an air strike it carried out earlier this week in Saada province had killed civilians, as alleged by Houthi authorities.
Saudi-led coalition asks U.N. to share details of child deaths in YemenA Saudi Arabia-led military coalition fighting in Yemen asked the United Nations on Tuesday to share details of its accusations that the coalition was responsible for 222 child deaths or injuries last..
Yemen war: UN takes Saudi-led coalition off child rights blacklistHuman rights groups accuse the secretary general of ignoring evidence of grave violations in Yemen.
Violence surges in Yemen after coronavirus truce expiresThe Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen said it intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile fired by the Iran-aligned Houthi movement towards the south of the kingdom on Tuesday after intercepting..
Saudi-led coalition cut from U.N. blacklist of warring parties killing childrenU.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday removed a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition from a United Nations blacklist, several years after it was first named and shamed for killing and..
Separatists in south Yemen seize convoy with billions of riyals for central bankSouthern separatists in Yemen seized a consignment of billions of riyals intended for the central bank in Aden on Saturday, in a further attempt to wrench control from the Saudi-backed government since..
Saudi-led coalition in Yemen says it destroyed missile targeting Saudi ArabiaThe Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen said on Saturday it had intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile targeting the Saudi Arabian border city of Najran.
Yemen's qat markets still draw crowds despite coronavirus threatYemeni qat seller Hamdan Hussein's customers still come daily to the crowded market to buy the addictive green stimulant, despite doctors' concerns that chewing in groups and spitting it could spread..
Yemen aid operations at risk after fundraiser falls $1bn shortDonors pledge $1bn less than the UN says it needs to stop cuts to the world's largest aid operation.
Donors promise Yemen $1.35 billion, falling short of U.N. target to save aid operationsInternational donors raised $1.35 billion in humanitarian aid for Yemen on Tuesday but the amount fell short of the United Nations' target of $2.4 billion needed to save the world's biggest aid..
U.N. says donors have promised $1.35 billion in humanitarian aid to Yemen: aid chiefInternational donors promised $1.35 billion in humanitarian aid to Yemen on Tuesday, U.N. aid chief Mark Lowcock told a pledging conference to help the war-torn country.
Britain announces 160 million pounds in humanitarian aid to Yemen: ministerBritain announced on Tuesday 160 million pounds ($201 million) in humanitarian aid to Yemen, James Cleverly, the Foreign Office minister for the Middle East and North Africa, told a pledging conference..
Yemen pledging drive hopes to raise $2.4 billion to save aid ops as virus spreadsThe United Nations and Saudi Arabia host a pledging conference for war-ravaged Yemen on Tuesday to help raise some $2.4 billion as funding shortages imperil the world's biggest aid operation.
Factbox: U.N. programmes in Yemen at risk of going brokeThe United Nations said ahead of a pledging conference for Yemen on Tuesday that 30 of 41 major aid programmes in the war-torn country would close in the next few weeks without funding.
Saudi-led coalition says shot down two drones launched by Yemen's Houthis: agencyThe Saudi-led coalition has shot down two drones launched by Yemen's Houthi group in the direction of Saudi Arabia, the state-run Saudi Press Agency said, citing a coalition spokesman.
Saudi Arabia confirms virtual donors conference for Yemen with U.N.Saudi Arabia confirmed it will host a virtual donors conference next week for Yemen together with the United Nations which said the conflict-riven nation risked being overwhelmed by the coronavirus.
U.N. seeks $2.4 billion for Yemen, warns aid operation nearly brokeU.N. agencies trying to help the millions at risk from the conflict in Yemen are nearly broke, U.N. aid chief Mark Lowcock said on Thursday, announcing a drive to raise some $2.4 billion next week to..
Six killed in Saudi Arabia in shooting incident: state news agencySaudi Arabian police in Assir, a region close to the Yemeni border, are investigating after a shooting incident in which six citizens died on Tuesday, state-run news agency SPA reported on Wednesday.
Missile attack on Yemen army base in Marib kills seven: sourcesHouthi fighters in Yemen fired missiles at a military base of the Saudi-backed government in Marib province, northeast of the capital Sanaa, on Tuesday, killing seven people including relatives of the..
Child labour, marriages on rise in Yemen as COVID spreads: U.N. agencyThe U.N. refugee agency said on Tuesday its work in Yemen was near a "potential breaking point" as coronavirus spreads in the war-damaged country, with rising numbers of families resorting to begging,..
Migrants stuck in Hungary can take walks after 'transit zones' shutPale, thin but in high spirits, Yemeni engineering student Wesam Al-Hadrami emerged from the unlocked gate of a new migrant centre in Hungary on Friday to take his first walk after nine months of..
Coronavirus: Yemen's healthcare system 'in effect collapsed'A UN humanitarian agency warns that infections are spreading fast across the war-torn country.
Yemen's health system 'has in effect collapsed' as COVID spreads: U.N.The new coronavirus is believed to be spreading throughout Yemen where the health care system "has in effect collapsed", the United Nations said on Friday, appealing for urgent funding.
Coronavirus catastrophe unfolding in south Yemen: medical charity MSFThe main coronavirus treatment centre in southern Yemen has recorded at least 68 deaths in just over two weeks, the medical charity running the site said on Thursday, more than double the toll..
FBI: US naval base attack 'motivated by Al-Qaeda'The Saudi Air Force officer who killed three Americans in Florida spoke to the terror group in Yemen.
Yemen's Saudi-backed government pleads for coronavirus aidYemen's Saudi-backed government accused its Houthi foes of covering up a big outbreak of coronavirus in areas they hold and the United Nations warned that the country could suffer a "catastrophic" food..
Yemen could face 'catastrophic' food situation as pandemic worsens: FAOYemen, already pushed to the brink of famine by a five-year war, could see a "catastrophic" food security situation due to the coronavirus pandemic and lower remittances from the Gulf, the U.N.'s Food..
Pirates attack tanker Stolt Apal off Yemen, ship's manager saysStolt Tankers said its vessel the Stolt Apal was attacked by pirates 75 nautical miles off Yemen's coast on Sunday.
Vessel attacked in Gulf of Aden: Britain's UKMTOA vessel was attacked in the Gulf of Aden on Sunday, offshore of Yemen's port of Mukalla, the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) said, without giving further details.
Yemen reports 21 new coronavirus cases including three deathsYemen's Saudi-backed government reported on Friday 21 new coronavirus cases, including three deaths, the coronavirus committee said on Twitter.
Coronavirus: Surge in deaths reported in southern YemenThere are reports of a huge rise in people dying with coronavirus-like symptoms in the city of Aden.
Yemen reports first coronavirus cases in southern provinceYemen's Saudi-backed government on Thursday reported the first cases of novel coronavirus in the southern province of Al Dhalea, underlining fears that the infection had found a foothold in the..
Yemen warring parties make 'significant progress' on truce: U.N.The warring parties in Yemen have made "significant progress" toward agreeing a ceasefire, U.N. Yemen envoy Martin Griffiths told the Security Council on Thursday.
Yemen's PM says the key to restoring peace is to end the armed militia rebellionYemen's Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik said on Wednesday the key to restoring peace in Yemen is to restore the country and its institutions and to end the armed militia rebellion, according to a..
Exclusive: As COVID-19 cases in Yemen surge, some sources see undercountingYemen has more suspected coronavirus cases and deaths than the authorities have so far reported, four sources familiar with the matter told Reuters, as the United Nations warned the virus is spreading..