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With failures to fully address the root causes of Yemen's conflict, fighting has continued, and Hodeida still remains the country's most dangerous area.

It has been two years since the bloody split between the General People's Congress alliance and Yemen's Houthi rebels. Fast forward two years, what has changed?

Protesters and police clash in Tunisia mining basin

The New Arab & agencies

Protesters and police clash in Tunisia mining basin

Tunisian police clashed with protesters who demanded that a portion of revenues produced from mining in the area be allocated to development.

Hisham is free, but Yemen's 'disappeared' crisis continues

Afrah Nasser

Hisham is free, but Yemen's 'disappeared' crisis continues

Comment: As we celebrate Hisham's release, it must also serve as a reminder of the thousands of forcibly disappeared young men across the ...

The only hope for Yemen lies beyond its capital

Nadia al-Sakkaf

The only hope for Yemen lies beyond its capital

Comment: Yemen's future will have to be built on the inkspot military strategy, which depends on small yet growing peace hubs beyond the main ...

The New Arab

Slain Yemen President Saleh's former party elects new chief

The party of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen's General People's Congress, has elected a new leader following his December killing, reports said on Sunday.

Khalid Al-Karimi

Can Yemen's GPC preserve its clout after Saleh's demise?

The void late former president Ali Saleh has left in the GPC remains unfilled. So is the political party capable of surviving without ...

Omar Mashjari

Divided in mourning: A family and country after Saleh

Comment: Accused of corruption during his rule and devastation after it, Saleh was Yemen's strongman who many loved to hate, writes Omar ...

The New Arab & agencies

Top ally of slain Yemen ex-president flees capital: sources

The deputy head of Yemen's rebel administration has fled a crackdown by Houthi insurgents in Sanaa following the killing of his ally, ...

Houthi rebels seize pro-Saleh channel, hold journalists hostage

The New Arab

Houthi rebels seize pro-Saleh channel, hold journalists hostage

Employees of a GPC-affiliated television channel in Yemen are allegedly being held hostage by Houthi rebels in the capital, Reporters ...

The New Arab & agencies

Houthis rally in Sanaa after killing Yemen's Saleh

Thousands of Houthi supporters rallied in Sanaa on Tuesday as the rebels consolidated their grip on the Yemeni capital after killing former ally ...

Saleh killed: Timeline of three years of Yemen conflict

The New Arab & agencies

Saleh killed: Timeline of three years of Yemen conflict

Three years after Houthi rebels captured the Yemeni capital Sanaa with the help of forces loyal to ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, Houthi ...

Yemen government orders Sanaa offensive as Saleh's house destroyed

The New Arab

Yemen government orders Sanaa offensive as Saleh's house destroyed

Yemen's president has ordered his forces to retake Sanaa from Houthi rebels, after the insurgents reportedly destroyed the home of former ally ...

Yemen's Houthis 'fire ballistic missile' at UAE nuclear reactor

The New Arab & agencies

Yemen's Houthis 'fire ballistic missile' at UAE nuclear reactor

Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed to have fired a ballistic missile towards a nuclear power plant in the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi, the group's ...

Saudi-led coalition provides air-cover for Saleh's forces in Yemen

The New Arab & agencies

Saudi-led coalition provides air-cover for Saleh's forces in Yemen

Aircraft belonging to the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen provided air cover for the forces of former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh fighting ...

The New Arab

Former Yemen rebel ally calls for talks with Riyadh

Former Yemen dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh has announced he is open to talks with the Saudi-led coalition fighting rebels, as his alliance with the Houthi insurgents appears to be crumbling.

The New Arab & agencies

Houthi-Saleh clashes erupt in Sanaa after failed rebel talks

Armed violence erupted between supporters of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh and Yemen's northern Houthi rebels in Sanaa on Friday.

The New Arab & agencies

Houthi-Saleh infighting in Sanaa leaves 14 dead

Clashes in Yemen's capital between Houthi rebels and loyalists of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh left 14 people dead on Wednesday, medics ...

Khalid Al-Karimi

Yemen reacts to the destruction of Sanaa's Sabaeen Square

In-depth: The New Arab asked a number of Sanaa residents for their reaction to this weekend's punitive bombing on al-Sabaeen Square, writes ...

Saleh should be 'hanged at Gate of Yemen': Houthis

The New Arab

Saleh should be 'hanged at Gate of Yemen': Houthis

Yemen's Houthi rebels unleashed a fresh round of verbal attacks on their ally, former president Ali Abudllah Saleh on Friday, suggesting he be ...

The New Arab & agencies

Tensions flare in Houthi-Saleh alliance after barbed accusations

New tensions arose between Yemen's Houthi rebels and former president Ali Abdullah Saleh on Thursday after a fresh wave of mutual accusations ...

Yemen's ousted Saleh appears on TV amid arrest rumours

The New Arab & agencies

Yemen's ousted Saleh appears on TV amid arrest rumours

“We won’t stage a coup against Ansar Allah” Ali Abdullah Saleh said in the interview before it was cut off abruptly

Yemen rebel allies agree truce following Sanaa clashes

The New Arab

Yemen rebel allies agree truce following Sanaa clashes

Houthi and pro-Saleh Yemeni rebels have agreed to ease tensions following the outbreak of violence between the two factions in the capital Sanaa.

Who benefits from a Houthi-Saleh divorce?

Khalid Al-Karimi

Who benefits from a Houthi-Saleh divorce?

Comment: The troubled Houthi-Saleh alliance has faltered in the last two weeks, but is the prospect of a Saudi-led takeover in Sanaa enough to ...

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