Conflict, economic hardship, drought and heatwaves produced some remarkable images of sorrow and joy.
The Well of Barhout in Yemen is millions of years old, nobody knows how it formed, and now cavers have reached the floor for the first time.
According to the Department of Justice, the sites are "used by the Iranian Islamic Radio and Television Union and Kata’ib Hizballah."
Yemen’s humanitarian crisis has never been worse, particularly for children: girls are being married off increasingly younger, and boys are easy prey for military recruitment. Then there are the bombs.
As a new generation of Yemenis confronts the fear of U.S. attacks, they are taking action and demanding answers.
Photographer Nezar Mokbel's work aims to "revive the idea of happier times" in his homeland.
An advanced "chain-driven machine gun" is being developed for the United Arab Emirates—despite accusations of war crimes in Yemen.
Yemenis who say their families and lives have been destroyed by seven erroneously-targeted attacks seek to hold the U.S. accountable for its war on terror, and have filed a petition against the government.
A US plan to designate Yemen's Houthi rebels as terrorists has been described as "diplomatic vandalism."
The blasts hit moments after ministers from a new unity government landed and were captured on live TV.
This week saw a rare ray of hope in Yemen’s five-year war as 1,000 detainees were released and reunited with their families.