Renewed Fighting and Drone Strikes in Yemen Kill About 75
Airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition killed more than 50 Houthi rebels, and two suspected U.S. drone attacks killed 10 militants with Al Qaeda.
Arms Seized Off Coast of Yemen Appear to Have Been Made in Iran
Photographs of the weapons were analyzed by the Small Arms Survey, which obtained them after an open-records dispute with the Australian military.
Saudi Arabia Says It Will Stop Using British-Made Cluster Bombs in Yemen
Britain said “a limited number” of the munitions that it sold to the Saudis in the 1980s had been used in Yemen.
ISIS Suicide Attack Kills 48 in Southern Yemen
The attack was the second this month to kill scores of security forces near a military base in the southern port of Aden.
Suicide Attack in Yemen
A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a military camp in the southern Yemeni city of Aden on Sunday morning, killing dozens of soldiers.
We Visited the Place the World Has Forgotten
Yemen is mired in conflict, with rebels holding the capital and Saudi Arabia bombing them, with American help. Our reporters witnessed the devastating effects.
U.S. Blocks Arms Sale to Saudi Arabia Amid Concerns Over Yemen War
Deepening a rift with its Gulf allies, the White House blocked the sale by Raytheon of about 16,000 guided munitions kits over worries about civilian casualties.
U.N. Says Nearly One in Four Children Live in Conflict or Disaster Zones
About 535 million children worldwide now live in countries destabilized by conflicts and calamities, Unicef announced.
Ship Capsizes Off Yemen With Nearly 60 People Aboard
Four passengers on the ship, which was sailing from Al Mukalla, Yemen, to the remote island of Socotra, were rescued, and officials are still looking for survivors.
Guantánamo Detainee Is Sent to Cape Verde in First Transfer Since Trump Victory
The detainee, a Yemeni, had been imprisoned without trial for more than 14 years. His departure reduced the Guantánamo population to 59.
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