A five-day pause in fighting scheduled to begin late Sunday night will be Yemen’s second attempt at a ceasefire this month.
VICE News witnessed destruction on the streets of Sanaa, and spoke with Yemeni citizens struggling to survive amid shortages of water, fuel, and other basic supplies.
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A new video purportedly shows a group of fighters in Yemen pledging allegiance to the Islamic State and vowing to kill Houthi rebels.
At least 25 people were reported killed in ground skirmishes as airstrikes from a Saudi-led coalition continued to pound Houthi strongholds for the third straight week.
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The Arab League announced a plan Sunday to create a “joint Arab military force," but the actual formation and deployment of the fighting force is expected to take months.
As the rebels continued to advance on key cities in Yemen’s south, human rights groups warned that the airstrikes against them lack precision and are harming civilians.
Protesters were reportedly beaten back with batons and Houthi rebels fired live ammunition into the air after they seized control of Taiz, Yemen’s third-largest city.
One report said Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi disguised himself in women’s clothing to escape house arrest by Houthi rebels and return to his hometown of Aden.
Forces loyal to President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, who remains cornered in his home, seized several strategic areas of Aden Monday from the insurgent group.