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Six years after Saudi Arabia intervened in Yemen against the Houthis, the conflict is as brutal as ever and has become the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

Comment: Given Yemen's complex conflict, Biden's administration should not try to take control, but instead focus on bringing the parties to the negotiating table, write Rabyaah Althaibani and Nicholas Chanko.

Yemen forces shoot down 'Houthi drones' at presidential palace

The New Arab Staff

Yemen forces shoot down 'Houthi drones' at presidential palace

Suspected Houthi drones were shot down after flying over Al-Mashiq Presidential Palace in Aden.

Biden's pledges to 'end' involvement in Yemen 'not enough'

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey

Biden's pledges to 'end' involvement in Yemen 'not enough'

The new US president may have pledged to reduce support to Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen, but many Yemeni-Americans say it is not enough, ...

Thousands of <em>Yemeni</em> Houthis protest against US 'terror' listing

The New Arab Staff

Thousands of Yemeni Houthis protest against US 'terror' listing

Thousands of Yemeni Houthi rebels and their supporters have protested in Sanaa against a recent US decision to designate them as a ...

Rabyaah Althaibani and Nicholas Chanko

'Unity' in Yemen is the only path to survival

Comment: The success of Yemen's new government will rest on building trust between factions, as well as the actions of the incoming US administration, write Rabyaah Althaibani and Nicholas Chanko.

The New Arab Staff

Explosions rock Saudi military headquarters in Yemen's Abyan

At least two explosions were heard near the Shakra High School building in Abyan, where the Saudi-led coalition has reportedly set up base.

Paul McLoughlin

2021 could be even worse for the Middle East

Yemen, Afghanistan and Syria are the countries most at risk according to the IRC Emergency Watchlist for 2021.

Yemen government vows to restore stability after deadly attack

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Yemen government vows to restore stability after deadly attack

The new power-sharing Yemeni government vowed on Thursday to bring stability after a fatal blast targeted Aden's airport.

The New Arab Staff

Second blast targets ministers at Yemen presidential palace

The second bomb struck Aden’s Al-Ma'asheeq district, where just moments earlier the newly-formed government of Yemen were transferred following ...

Explosions rock Aden airport as new Yemen government arrives

The New Arab Staff

Explosions rock Aden airport as new Yemen government arrives

New Yemeni ministers landing in the temporary capital on Wednesday were met with at least three explosions at Aden International ...

Saudi Arabia pumps $130m into Yemen developmental projects

The New Arab Staff

Saudi Arabia pumps $130m into Yemen developmental projects

Saudi Arabia announced a range of developmental projects in Yemen, including a new medical and educational city and the rehabilitation of Aden ...

Yemen's Hadi orders new government to return to Aden

The New Arab Staff

Yemen's Hadi orders new government to return to Aden

The announcement came after Yemeni activists last week launched an online campaign demanding that the newly formed government returns ...

Amnesty urges Algeria not to deport Yemen refugees

The New Arab Staff

Amnesty urges Algeria not to deport Yemen refugees

Amnesty International has called on Algeria to immediately halt the deportation of seven Yemeni immigrants who could face death in ...

Tahani Saeed

Women are key to ending Yemen's civil war

Comment: Without women, Yemen's peace talks have gone nowhere. Peace will never be forged if our voices continue to go unheard, writes Tahani Saeed.

The New Arab Staff

Yemen government and UAE-backed southern separatists sign unity agreement

Arrangements to implement the Riyadh Agreement have been finalised and a coalition government between the Hadi government and STC will be formed ...

A Yemeni journalist

Could the Riyadh agreement end Yemen's crisis?

Analysis: Efforts to revive the Riyadh agreement are unlikely to end Yemen's multi-faceted conflict.

A Yemeni journalist

How Saudi Arabia seeks to keep Yemen divided

In-depth: The separatist takeover of Socotra island is indicative of Saudi Arabia's approval for efforts which undermine Yemen's unity.

UN chief urges pressure for Yemen’s parties to talk

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

UN chief urges pressure for Yemen’s parties to talk

Guterres said the United Nations has been working to bring the parties together and has been promoting “confidence-building measures".

Abbad Yahya

A plan to resist Trump’s Deal of the Century

The long read: A new book by Palestinian intellectual Azmi Bishara presents a comprehensive strategy to resist Trump and Netanyahu’s widely ...

Socotra coast guard battalion defects to UAE-backed southern separatists

The New Arab

Socotra coast guard battalion defects to UAE-backed southern separatists

Local reports revealed a government coast guard battalion on Yemen's scenic Socotra island defected earlier this week and pledged allegiance to ...

Counterterrorism for hire in UAE

James Snell

Counterterrorism for hire in UAE

Comment: Across the world, we're seeing the marriage of technology and autocracy, writes James Snell.

Where does Yemen's GPC stand two years after Saleh

A Yemeni journalist

Where does Yemen's GPC stand two years after Saleh

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, ...

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