Sales of UK weapons which could be used by Saudi Arabia in Yemen should be halted due to concerns over human rights, MPs have said.Read the full story ›
Thirteen al Qaeda leaders have been killed in three airstrikes in Yemen, the U.S. military has said.
The strikes happened between August 24 and September 4 in central Yemen's Shabwah Governorate, it added.
The U.S. did not specify how the strikes were carried out or the identities of those killed.Shabwah
At least 16 members of an extended family have been killed in a Saudi-led airstrike in Yemen.Read the full story ›
Around 72 people were also injured in the attack in the port city of Aden.Read the full story ›
The US secretary of state called for a new approach to resume talks amid the civil war, including unity government and transfer of weapons.Read the full story ›
The Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a hospital in Abs, in Yemen's northern Hajja province, killing 11.Read the full story ›
As airstrikes continue in Yemen, the scale of the devastation and tragedy visited on civilians becomes incalculable.Read the full story ›
At least 45 people have been killed in two suicide bombings in the city of Aden in Yemen, security officials have told the Associated Press.
The officials said the two bombers targeted young men seeking to join the army. One of the bombers was in a car and targeted an army recruitment centre, killing at least 20.
A second bomber on foot detonated his explosive vest among a group of recruits waiting outside the home of an army commander, killing at least 25.
Aden is serving as the temporary capital of Yemen's Saudi-backed administration while it seeks to seize back the capital Sanaa from the armed Houthi group.
Warring factions laid down their weapons at midnight last night ahead of talks aiming to end civil war between rebels and the government.Read the full story ›
Our International Affairs Editor Rageh Omaar explains why Yemen's bloody civil war is putting the UK's arms deal with Saudi Arabia under increased scrutiny.