At least twenty-one dead following explosion in northern Yemen

U.S. and British diplomats urged Houthi forces to end an offensive in northern Yemen on Sunday after at least 17 people were killed in an explosion which the Saudi-backed government blamed on a Houthi missile strike. Among those killed in Saturday’s explosion near a petrol station in Marib City was a five-year-old girl who was… Read More At least twenty-one dead following explosion in northern Yemen

Yemeni Houthi leader Mohamed Ali al-Houthi dismisses U.S. sanctions, threatens more attacks

A leader of Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi movement on Sunday dismissed U.S. sanctions on military officials and threatened possible expanded attacks on “aggressor countries” after Washington urged the group to engage seriously in peace efforts. The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on two Houthi military officials leading an offensive to seize Yemen’s Marib region as… Read More Yemeni Houthi leader Mohamed Ali al-Houthi dismisses U.S. sanctions, threatens more attacks

U.S. imposes sanctions on two Houthi military leaders

The United States is imposing sanctions on two Houthi military officials leading the Iran-aligned movement’s offensive to seize Yemen’s gas-rich Marib region, U.S. Special Envoy on Yemen said on Thursday. Tim Lenderking, who has been pushing for a ceasefire between the Houthis and a Saudi-led military coalition, also told a virtual media briefing that all… Read More U.S. imposes sanctions on two Houthi military leaders

Yemen’s Houthi forces fire drone at military air base in southern Saudi

Yemen’s Houthi forces on Wednesday launched a drone at a military air base in the southern Saudi Arabian city of Khamis Mushait, the group’s military spokesman said on Twitter. A Saudi-led coalition battling the Iran-aligned movement said Saudi Arabian air defences had intercepted and destroyed a drone fired towards the kingdom, state news agency SPA… Read More Yemen’s Houthi forces fire drone at military air base in southern Saudi

Saudi-led coalition launch airstrikes in Houthi-held Yemen capital following Aden attacks

Saudi-led coalition warplanes struck targets in Yemen’s Houthi-held capital Sanaa on Thursday in retaliation for attacks in the southern port city of Aden the previous day that took place as officials in a government backed by Riyadh arrived there. The coalition accused the Houthi movement, which it has been fighting for six years, of staging… Read More Saudi-led coalition launch airstrikes in Houthi-held Yemen capital following Aden attacks

At least twenty-two dead, dozens injured in attack on Aden airport after arrival of new Yemeni cabinet members

At least 22 people were killed and dozens wounded in an attack on Aden airport on Wednesday, moments after a plane landed carrying a newly formed Saudi-backed cabinet for government-held parts of Yemen. Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik said all members of the cabinet were “fine”. But the attack underlined the difficulties facing a government intended… Read More At least twenty-two dead, dozens injured in attack on Aden airport after arrival of new Yemeni cabinet members

Separatist group in southern Yemen reverse self-rule declaration

Yemen’s southern separatists rescinded a declaration of self-rule on Wednesday and a new governor was appointed for the contested city of Aden, after a push by Saudi Arabia to reunite allies in a fight against Iran-aligned Houthi forces. Riyadh has been seeking since late year to end a conflict between southern separatists and the Saudi-backed… Read More Separatist group in southern Yemen reverse self-rule declaration