Saudi-coalition spokesman Major General Ahmed Asseri claims weapons seen by ITV News were relics from a previous conflict.Read the full story ›
Houthi fighters claim both British and US-made bombs are being used in conflict in Yemen.Read the full story ›
Yemen's president has agreed to a three-day ceasefire in the country amid international calls for a truce.Read the full story ›
Saudi Arabia will "make amends" for the airstrike on a Yemen funeral hall and punish those responsible, the country's foreign minister said.Read the full story ›
Officials in Sana’a have reacted positively to calls from the United States and Britain for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire.Read the full story ›
Britain and the US have called for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire to end the raging conflict in Yemen.Read the full story ›
Multiple cruise missiles have been fired again at an American warship from a Houthi-controlled region in Yemen.
The missile launches are the third in a week targeting the destroyer USS Mason and other US ships in the Red Sea.
US chief of naval operations, Admiral John Richardson, said no hits were reported.
The US launched a retaliation attack on Thursday to destroy three radar sites which the military believe played a role in the first two attacks.
Officials said additional radars could have been used to bring about the attack on Saturday night.
Investigative body set up by Saudi-led coalition launched strike which killed 140 based on assumption Houthi rebel leaders were in the area.Read the full story ›
In the village of Toheita, children are starving, bridges have been bombed and the fishermen cannot go to work.Read the full story ›