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One Week in Yemen: In the second part of a series, Bel Trew meets the civilians trying to piece their lives back together in the... [Read More]
The United Nations invites Yemen's former government and the Houthi Ansarullah movement to hold peace talks in Geneva in September. [Read More]
Three years ago, the royal family of Saudi Arabia asked the United States to support the Saudis' planned military intervention in Yemen's civil war. Before... [Read More]
A busload of young boys was on a field trip. They were excited. Their summer session of school was over. This was to be the... [Read More]
Grand Forks Herald To the editor, Following WWII, individual men responsible for war crimes, when brought to light, could be tried for those crimes... [Read More]
The United Nations has invited Yemen's government and Iran-backed Huthi rebels to Geneva next month for talks on resolving the country's civil war, a spokeswoman... [Read More]
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Rep. Ted Lieu and others have called for an investigation into the U.S. role in airstrikes on civilians in Yemen, David Greene talks to Human... [Read More]
Seven ships loaded with wheat grown in America's Pacific Northwest are sailing for Yemen, where a stalemated civil war has pushed more than 8 million... [Read More]
In the wake of the U.S.-backed Saudi-led coalition's horrific bombing of a school buslast week that killed 40 Yemeni children and amid reports on Tuesday of dozens... [Read More]
Malcolm interviews independent journalist Walker Bragman on the crisis in Yemen. [Read More]
Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian. Saudi airstrike hits school bus in Yemen. Huckabee Sanders makes excuses for revoking Brennan's security clearance. Omarosa leaks new recording of... [Read More]
One of al-Qaeda's master bombmakers may have been killed in Yemen last year, according to a UN report . If Ibrahim al-Asiri—who was believed... [Read More]
Yemeni health officials said at least 51 people were killed, 40 of them children, when the Saudi-led coalition against Houthi rebels bombed a school bus last... [Read More]
The UN report says that Ibrahim al-Asiri, long regarded as one of the most dangerous terrorist operatives in circulation, may have been killed in Yemen... [Read More]
Covering a war is never easy, but in Yemen local journalists are being displaced internally and externally as a result of the ongoing conflict. As... [Read More]
The Emirati military has said it has absorbed into its local forces in Yemen former low-ranking al-Qaeda fighters left behind in the battlefield, as part of... [Read More]
Noon briefing by Vanina Maestracci, Associate Spokesperson for the Secretary-General. [Read More]
Noon briefing by Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General. [Read More]
Three letters over the last three days. That's how many messages House and Senate Democrats have penned this week demanding the US be forthcoming with... [Read More]