Saudi Arabia Executes Yemeni, Two Saudi Shiites
The Saudi authorities executed Mohammed Abdulbaset Al-Muallami, Yemeni national, and two Saudi Shiite prisoners of conscience from Al-Qatif.
Bahraini Clerics: We Stand with Oppressed Yemeni People, as We Stand with People of Palestine
Bahrain's religious scholars said in a statement that the invasion of Zionists in the region threatens the security of all in various aspects.
Ansarullah Fires Ballistic Missiles, Drones at Abu Dhabi and Dubai as Israeli President Visits UAE
Yemen's Ansarullah group said on Monday it had fired a number of ballistic missiles at Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, and had also fired several drones at Dubai, the regional business hub.
UAE Summons People for Sharing Videos of Missile Attack Interception
The United Arab Emirates public prosecutors' office said on Wednesday it had summoned several people for sharing videos showing defence systems intercepting Monday's missile attack by Yemen's Houthi movement.
UAE Grounds Most Private Drones for a Month after Houthi Attack
The United Arab Emirates has grounded most private drones and light sports aircraft used for recreational purposes for a month starting Saturday, the Interior Ministry said, following a deadly attack this week by Yemen's Houthis on the Gulf country.
UN Chief Condemns Deadly Saudi-Led Coalition Strike in Yemen
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned air strikes by a Saudi-led coalition in Yemen on Friday that reportedly killed at least 60 people in a detention center in the Houthi-held Saada province.
U.N. Urged to Restore Scrutiny of War Crimes in Yemen
Activist groups called on the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday to create a new panel of independent experts to collect and preserve evidence of possible war crimes by all sides in Yemen's bitter conflict for future prosecution.
British Army "Secretly Operating" in Yemen
British troops are conducting secret operations in Yemen training Saudi forces, according to a report by the investigative website Declassified.
Saudi Arabia proposes ceasefire in Yemen, Houthis sceptical
Saudi Arabia presented a new peace initiative on Monday to end the war in Yemen, including a nationwide ceasefire and the reopening of air and sea links, but its Houthi enemies said the offer did not appear to go far enough to lift a blockade.
U.S. to Designate Yemen's Houthi Movement as Foreign Terrorist Group
The outgoing U.S. administration is to designate Yemen's Houthi movement as a foreign terrorist organization, a move the United Nations warned could undermine peace talks and make it harder to feed Yemenis enduring the world's largest humanitarian crisis.
Saudi-Led Coalition Destroys Drone Launched by Yemen's Houthis towards Kingdom - State TV
The Saudi-Led coalition said on Wednesday that it destroyed an explosive-laden drone launched by Yemen's Houthis towards the kingdom, according to state TV.
U.S. Senators Seek to Stop Trump's $23 billion in Arms Sales to UAE
Three U.S. senators said on Wednesday they would introduce legislation seeking to halt the Trump administration's effort to sell more than $23 billion of drones and other weapons systems to the United Arab Emirates, setting up a showdown with the president just weeks before he is due to leave office.
Saudi-Led Coalition Announces Ceasefire in Five-Year Yemen War
The Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis said on Wednesday it was halting military operations nationwide in support of U.N. efforts to end a five-year war that has killed over 100,000 people and spread hunger and disease.
Al-Qaeda Confirms Death of AQAP Leader Qassim Al-Raymi: Site Intelligence Group
Al-Qaeda has confirmed the death of Qassim al-Raymi, the leader of Islamist group Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the Site Intelligence Group reported on Sunday.
U.N. Unable to Verify that Weapons Used in Saudi Oil Attack were from Iran
The United Nations is "unable to independently corroborate" that missiles and drones used in attacks on Saudi oil facilities in September "are of Iranian origin," Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council on Tuesday.
Sudan Says it has Reduced Troops in Yemen to 5,000
Sudan's prime minister said on Sunday Khartoum had reduced the number of troops it has in Yemen from a peak of 15,000 to 5,000, confirming a drawdown in a conflict which he said could not be solved militarily.
Peace Deal for Yemen's South Stumbles as Deadline Expires
The Yemeni government and southern separatists have failed to meet a deadline to establish a power-sharing government, an ominous sign for hopes of a wider deal to end years of war.
Houthi Prisoners Released by Saudi Arrive in Yemeni Capital
A group of Houthi prisoners released by Saudi Arabia arrived in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on Thursday, Reuters witnesses said, in a step that may encourage efforts to end a nearly five-year war in the country.
Saudi-Led Coalition Says to Free 200 Yemen Rebels Amid Peace Push
The Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen's Huthi rebels said Tuesday it will release 200 insurgents, as efforts pick up pace to end the conflict in the impoverished country.
Yemen now Fighting Epidemic of Dengue Fever: Red Cross
Yemen is now grappling with an epidemic of dengue fever, adding to its woes of war and cholera, the Red Cross said Monday.