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World - Region
12/1/2022 8:17:52 PM
Two months after Yemen's truce expired, fighting largely remains on hold but a series of attacks by Huthi rebels could have serious repercussions for a country crippled by war.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
10/22/2022 11:46:03 AM
Egypt strongly condemned on Saturday a Houthi attack on oil infrastructure at Al-Dabba port in Hadhramaut province with two unmanned aerial vehicles.

World - Region
10/22/2022 11:28:48 AM
Yemen's Iran-backed rebels said they targeted a cargo ship Friday off an oil terminal in the war-wrecked Arab country's south to prevent pro-government forces from using it for oil exports.

World - Region
10/19/2022 10:20:44 AM
An emaciated little girl lies motionless on a hospital bed and struggles to breathe. Her body is covered with sores. She can barely open her eyes.

World - Region
10/6/2022 10:18:42 PM
US Special Envoy for Yemen Tim Lenderking blamed in a phone conference on Wednesday the Houthi militias for obstructing the extension of the UN truce in Yemen and said that the Houthis imposed unacceptable conditions, including paying the salaries of their fighters first.

World - Region
10/6/2022 10:49:15 AM
The US envoy to Yemen on Wednesday blamed rebel Houthi leaders for the recent failure to extend the country's cease-fire agreement, accusing them of making last-minute `maximalist demands' that derailed constructive negotiations.

World - Region
10/3/2022 6:42:02 PM
A six-month truce in Yemen that expired Sunday had provided a rare respite for the war-ravaged country, but failed attempts to extend it have stoked fears of fresh conflict.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
9/27/2022 10:12:09 PM
Extending the six-month-old truce is not improving conditions for the 24 million Yemenis facing famine in one of the gravest humanitarian crises in history, reports Ahmed Mustafa

World - Region
9/1/2022 3:59:27 PM
Gunmen killed a judge on Yemen's Supreme Court in the capital Sanaa, officials said Thursday, and a senior official in the internationally recognized government accused militias allied to Houthi rebels in the slaying.

World - Region
8/29/2022 3:54:45 PM
Sixteen rights groups on Monday urged Yemen's Houthi rebels to end their siege of the country's third-largest city, as the internationally recognized government said an overnight rebel attack killed at least 10 troops.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
8/25/2022 10:26:21 PM
A battle for development to eliminate the sociocultural incubators of extremism is underway in Sinai along with a military battle to uproot the terrorist groups.

World - Region
8/11/2022 8:03:27 PM
Torrential rains across southwestern Yemen and the country's capital of Sanaa have triggered flashfloods and collapsed homes, killing at least 38 people over the past two days, officials said Thursday.

World - Region
8/2/2022 10:53:02 PM
Yemen's warring parties agreed to extend a four-month long truce just hours before it was due to expire, the UN envoy announced Tuesday, vowing to "intensify" efforts to secure lasting peace.

World - Region
7/24/2022 10:11:43 PM
The UN envoy for Yemen on Sunday condemned suspected rebel shelling of a residential neighborhood in the southwestern city of Taiz the previous day that killed at least one child and wounded 10.

World - Region
7/24/2022 2:27:25 PM
Heavy seasonal rains drove flash floods through Yemen and left at least nine people dead, official media reported Sunday.

World - Region
7/7/2022 7:33:54 PM
A British Royal Navy vessel seized a sophisticated shipment of Iranian missiles in the Gulf of Oman earlier this year, officials said Thursday, pointing to the interdiction as proof of Tehran's support for Yemen's Houthi rebels in the embattled country.

World - Region
7/4/2022 12:18:36 PM
The U.S. Navy's Mideast-based 5th Fleet is starting to offer rewards for information that could help sailors intercept weapons, drugs and other illicit shipments across the region amid tensions over Iran's nuclear program and Tehran's arming of Yemen's Houthi rebels.

World - Region
6/29/2022 11:03:29 PM
A car bomb targeting a top provincial security official in the southern Yemen city of Aden killed at least six people Wednesday and wounded eight others, Yemeni officials said.

World - Region
6/26/2022 7:33:49 PM
Yemen’s Houthi militia refused a proposal made by the UN Envoy to Yemen Hans Grundberg to open the Taiz crossings and other roads, calling into question the country’s recently renewed UN-brokered truce, Al-Arabiya reported on Sunday.

World - Region
6/16/2022 7:01:41 PM
Yemen's Houthi rebels are still recruiting children into their military ranks to fight in the country's grinding civil war, despite an agreement with the United Nations in April to halt the practice, Houthi officials, aid workers and residents told The Associated Press.

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