Airstrikes hit clinic in Yemen

Five airstrikes hit a Doctors Without Borders health clinic in Yemen Monday, according to a spokeswoman for the nonprofit charitable organization. There were no immediate reports of casualties, said Dalila Mahdawi, but she cautioned that workers who are there are still trying to gather information. It’s unclear who was responsible for the strikes. The incident… Read More Airstrikes hit clinic in Yemen

131 dead, several injured as airstrikes hit wedding ceremony in Yemen

At least 131 people were killed and scores were wounded in airstrikes on a wedding ceremony in Taiz province in southwestern Yemen , the Houthi-controlled state-run Saba news agency said. Three Yemeni security officials and Saba said the Saudi-led coalition conducted the airstrikes on Monday. Saudi officials, however, denied responsibility. “We don’t have any operations… Read More 131 dead, several injured as airstrikes hit wedding ceremony in Yemen

Yemen president, Mansour Hadi, returns from exile

Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi returned to the city of Aden from Saudi Arabia for the first time since March to help set up an interim government. Yemen President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi returned to the Yemeni city of Aden, six months after fleeing the country for exile in neighbouring Saudi Arabia, airport sources said. Hadi flew to… Read More Yemen president, Mansour Hadi, returns from exile

Houthi rebels detain two Saudi soldiers hostage in Yemen

Two Saudi soldiers fighting with the Arab coalition in Yemen have been detained by Houthi rebels, coalition spokesman Ahmed Asseri said. “They are detainees and not hostages,” Asseri said. “They lost their way inside Yemeni territory.” The spokesman did not say when or where inside Yemen the incident took place. Three other Saudi soldiers are… Read More Houthi rebels detain two Saudi soldiers hostage in Yemen