Emirates News Agency confirms incident but does not specify what type of aircraft was involved in crash
Warning comes ahead of planned rally by so-called 'Southern Transition Council' demanding separation of southern Yemen
Yemen’s southeastern Shabwah province remains scene of fierce fighting between pro-government forces and Houthi militiamen
Around 7 million people are facing famine and 460,000 children are malnourished, says OCHA’s operations director
The U.S. and Yemeni governments have yet to confirm the airstrike
Future of effort uncertain in Republican-dominated legislature
The Huthi-run news site Saba reported 12 dead in what the Shiite rebels said was an air raid on Baqem district in the northern province of Saada.
40,000 families will benefit from Kizilay’s food aid, says official of charity agency
No comment from U.S. authorities on the report
Aid organisation, Turkish Red Cresent, sent 37 tonnes of flour and 1,500 food aid package to Yemen's al-Mahwit province.
Number of suspected cases now stands at more than 750,000, charity organization reports
Nearly 70 percent of Yemenis in need of humanitarian aid
Houthis say the American national was taken hostage on Saturday
Rebel leaders have yet to comment on army’s assertions
Three years ago, Shia Houthi militia group and their allies overran much of the country, including the capital
84 percent of 1,980,510 people internally displaced for over a year, UNHCR says
The soldier carried out the killings "suddenly and without the consent of his colleagues" during an interrogation on Saturday, the source said.
Aircraft carrying out operations against al-Qaeda when it crashed, military says
Houthi leader meets with ex-president amid rumors of falling-out between allies
Taiz province continues to see sporadic clashes between Shia militants and Saudi-backed government forces
565,041 suspected cases of cholera have been recorded in the country since April 27