U.S. Weighs Bigger Role in Yemen's War, Boosting Aid to Allies
The United States is considering deepening its role in Yemen's conflict by more directly aiding its Gulf allies battling Iran-aligned Houthi rebels, officials say, potentially relaxing a U.S. policy that limited American support.
Formation of New Houthi Government does not Help Yemen: U.N. Envoy
The formation of a new government by Yemen's armed Houthi movement and its political allies will hinder peace efforts in the country, the U.N. special envoy to Yemen said on Tuesday.
Yemen: Houthis and National Congress Form “National Salvation” Government
The Houthi state news agency SABA reported that the Supreme Political Council announced the formations of a new “National Salvation” Government on Monday (November 28, 2016).
Reuters: Houthi Missile Arsenal Holds a Key to Future Yemen Peace
A U.N. peace plan for Yemen seeks to deprive the country's armed Houthi movement of its missile arsenal which Yemeni security sources say includes scores and maybe even hundreds of Soviet-era ballistic missiles pointed at their foes in Saudi Arabia, Noah Browning wrote in his article for Reuters.
Hadi’s Gov’t Says Saudi-Houthi Deal Announced by Kerry Was Not Coordinated with It
Yemeni Foreign Minister Abdel-Malek al-Mekhlafi said that his country has no knowledge of the deal announced by US Secretary of State John Kerry, announcing a Yemen ceasefire and formation of a new government.
Kerry Announces Saudi-Houthi Ceasefire Deal on Nov. 17, Hopes of New National Unity Gov’t
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday that Yemen's Houthi group and the Saudi-led coalition fighting it had agreed to a ceasefire in Yemen from Thursday (November 17, 2016).
Ansarullah Deny Targeting Mecca, Say Claims an Attempt to Turn Muslims on Each Other
The spokesman of Yemen's Ansarullah movement Mohammad Abdul Salam denied on Friday claims that his movement targeted the holy city of Mecca with a missile.
Yemen Houthis Back Truce, U.N., U.S. Call for Aid to Flow
Yemen's Houthi-run administration welcomed a 72-hour ceasefire starting on Wednesday intended to allow aid to reach areas cut off by months of fighting and in dire humanitarian need.
Arab Coalition Says to Probe Yemen Funeral Carnage
The Saudi-led coalition fighting rebels in Yemen said Sunday it will investigate an air raid that killed more than 140 people, after Washington announced it was reviewing support for the alliance.
US Launches 'Immediate Review' of Saudi-Led Coalition in Yemen
The United States said Saturday it had launched an "immediate review" of the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, blamed for an air strike that killed more than 140 people.
Yemen Rebels Say More than 100 Killed in Sanaa Air Strikes
Rebels in control of Yemen's capital accused the Saudi-led coalition fighting them of killing more than 100 people and wounding hundreds more Saturday in air strikes on a funeral in Sanaa.
Yemen's Houthis Ask Former Aden Governor to Form Government
The High Political Council of Yemen's armed Houthi movement and supporters of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh has appointed Abdulaziz bin Habtoor to form a national salvation government, Saba news agency said on Sunday.
Yemen's Houthi Leader Says U.S. Provides Political Cover for Saudi Strikes
The leader of Yemen's Iran-allied Houthi faction accused the United States of providing logistical support and political cover for Saudi-led air strikes in the 18-month Yemeni conflict.
Saudi Arabia Says Houthis Will Not be Allowed to Take Over Yemen
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said on Wednesday the Iranian-allied Houthi movement...
Yemen’s Houthis Ready to Restart Peace Talks if Attacks and Besieges Stop
Yemen’s Houthis ready to restart peace talks with country’s exiled government if Saudi-led coalition stopped attacking and besieging Houthi-held territories.