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On March 25, 2015, the Al Houthis seized a strategic military base north of Aden, Yemen's second largest city, taking the country's defence minister ... Currently, up to 85 per cent of Yemeni territory seized by the militia has fallen back into the hands of the Hadi government, as a result of the sustained military ...

Saudi fighter jets conducted four aerial assaults against a farm in Husseiniyah area of the Bayt al-Faqih district of Hudaydah Province, located 150 kilometers southwest of the capital Sana'a, on Saturday afternoon, leaving five people dead, unnamed local sources told Yemen's Arabic-language al-Masirah ...
A Yemeni militia backed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been accused of kidnapping several young "northerners" in the southern port city of Aden, with relatives alleging they have been wrongly detained, tortured and denied access to a fair trial. In a series of videos and documents sent to Al ...
In a series of videos and documents sent to Al Jazeera, the civilians said they were rounded up and driven from the port city of Aden by the UAE-created Security Belt - a force set up in 2016 to police southern areas in the war-ravaged country - to active front lines in the provinces of Taiz and Sanaa.
When the United Nations says Yemen faces the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, what does that really mean? Because of the civil war there, most of the country is suffering the effects of combat and cholera and widespread hunger. Our co-host Steve Inskeep has been reporting from Yemen. He's also ...
So declared Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, the head of the Houthi rebels' de facto government, in a recent al Thawra newspaper article published in Sanaa. It barely seems possible, but Yemen – a country that has come apart at the seams since the outbreak of civil war three years ago – is facing a new crisis.
Zabid overlooks a river 75 kilometres southeast of Hodeida, the Al Houthi-held Red Sea port city. From the 13th to 15th centuries, Zabid was the capital of Yemen before being dethroned by Sana'a. A Yemeni driving a motorcycle in the ancient city of Zabid, a Unesco World Heritage Site. AFP. The town ...
After the attack, road blocks were established on all main roads leading to the building and checkpoints were spread throughout the city. Civil war has raged in Yemen for three years, during which the country has become the center of a proxy war between regional powers Iran and Saudi Arabia.


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