Both sides said they are committed to the ceasefire despite deadly fighting in the hours leading up to it and mutual threats of retaliation if it is violated.
Dozens of al Qaeda fighters have taken control of Ahwar, a strategic coastal city in Yemen that links two areas already seized by the militant group.
Doctors Without Borders said one of its clinics in northern Yemen was “hit by a projectile” on Sunday, the third attack on the organization’s facilities in as many months.
Saudi Arabia’s state news agency has announced the end of a ceasefire in Yemen that began on December 15 in tandem with UN-sponsored peace talks.
Facing a record budget shortfall of $87 billion in 2016, Saudi Arabia announced plans on Monday to cut fuel subsidies for its citizens.
A day after the Saudis announced the formation of a 34-member alliance of Islamic countries against terrorism, a few so-called members announced that they weren’t necessarily part of it.
The presence of soldiers from Sudan and Eritrea in Yemen means the US could be backing a side that includes fighters from at least one nation that it has repeatedly criticized for committing atrocities.
The White House confirmed that two US citizens held in Yemen have arrived in Oman, but a third American is reportedly still being held.
A new report found that US drone strikes have killed as many as 40 Yemeni civilians over the past year, compared to 24 civilians killed in al Qaeda attacks.
Leaked UN Email on Yemen Shows Difficulty of Negotiations — and Fears Over Al Qaeda's Growing Presence
VICE News obtained a leaked note that casts new light on negotiations to end Yemen's brutal war. The UN has now said it is “disturbed” by the leak but did not question the authenticity of the email itself.
After a rebel missile attack killed dozens of soldiers on Friday, the Saudi-led coalition retaliated by bombing multiple sites across Yemen.
A diplomatic source tells VICE News that the Houthis have offered to give up the southern city of Taiz and potentially withdraw from other key cities.