A Saudi court has sentenced a Yemeni resident of the kingdom to 21 years imprisonment for questioning and insulting tenets of the Islamic faith and insulting the kingdom's rulers, according to a...
At least 42 Yemeni soldiers were killed Sunday in a suicide attack targeting a group of government soldiers in the southern city of Aden, officials at a local hospital said.
A car bomb exploded on Saturday in Yemen’s southern city of Aden, leaving dozens of soldiers dead and injured, a security official said.
Greater efforts need to be made to find a political solution to the conflict in Yemen, British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday at a security conference in the Gulf state of Bahrain...
Local forces aligned to Yemen's Saudi-backed government have been responsible for "a campaign of fear and intimidation" against hospital staff in the flashpoint central city of Taiz, Amnesty...
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Tuesday sounded an alarm about civilians trapped by intense fighting in the central Yemeni city of Taiz, a key flashpoint in the country's civil...
The temporary ceasefire in Yemen is over and will not be extended, a spokesman for the Saudi-led military coalition said on Monday, according to Saudi-owned news broadcaster Al Arabiya.
Missile launches and shelling in parts of Yemen on Sunday shattered a temporary ceasefire with the rival sides blaming each other for violations.
A 48-hour ceasefire went into effect in Yemen on Saturday, amid hopes to calm the bloodshed that has claimed thousands of civilian lives in a conflict spanning more than two years.
The Saudi-led military coalition fighting Iran-backed rebels in Yemen has announced a 48-hour truce, the official Saudi Press Agency reported Saturday.
Pro-government forces said on Wednesday they had killed 30 insurgents with suspected links to al-Qaeda in an attack in Yemen's south-eastern city of Mukalla.
The US State Department on Sunday welcomed the release of a US citizen who was taken captive in Yemen more than a year and a half ago.
The UN humanitarian chief said Monday that fighting in Yemen has created a "catastrophe" that has put more than 21 million people in need of some form of humanitarian assistance.
At least 60 people were killed and 35 injured in airstrikes by a Saudi-led alliance on a rebel-held prison in western Yemen, a local health official said on Sunday.
Yemen's internationally recognized President Abd Rabu Mansour Hadi on Saturday rejected a UN plan aimed at ending the war.