Southern city of Aden currently serves as temporary HQ for Yemen’s internationally recognized government
Case number rapidly approaching ICRC projection of 600,000 infections by end-2017
Yemen has remained in the throes of a bloody civil war since 2014
Noble prize winner Tawakkol Karman says brother missing for month in Sanaa
Abdel Razzaq al-Sarrari belonged to Islah party, political front of Muslim Brotherhood in Yemen
Survivors managed to make their way to Shabwa province, along Yemen's Arabian Sea coastline, which is now under the control of Yemeni troops backed by the United States.
Approximate average age of passengers on the boat was 16, UN migration agency says
The assailant used an explosives-rigged car to target the troops loyal to President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi who had recently set up the position in the town of Loder in Abyan province in their fight against the jihadists, the officials said.
The coalition says UN humanitarian coordinator's statements were based on 'personal estimates'
UNICEF says at least 1,546 children have been killed in three-year conflict in Yemen
Yemen has remained in a state of civil war since 2014
Saudi-led coalition says port was attacked by remote-controlled boat packed with explosives
Fighting has intensified around the Khaled Ibn al-Walid military base east of Mokha since government forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition seized it from the Huthi rebels last week.
WHO has recorded 419,804 suspected cholera cases in Yemen since April 27
Border areas between Yemen and Saudi Arabia have recently seen an escalation of clashes
The visit was the first since Yemen fell into civil war in 2014
WHO says 396,086 suspected cholera cases have been recorded in Yemen
One in every 45 Yemenis will have contracted the disease by December as "a direct consequence of a conflict that has devastated civilian infrastructure and brought the whole health system to its knees," the ICRC said in a statement.
UN spokesman says 1,140 children have been killed since 2015
The attack on Tuesday in the Mawza district of the southwestern province of Taez killed at least 20 people, including four children, according to residents.
UN agency says capital Sanaa among provinces hardest-hit by the disease