Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi
Tentative Ceasefire Begins in Yemen Amid Threats and Fighting
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.
17 Soldiers Captured and Executed by al-Qaeda 'Gang' in Yemen
The soldiers had been visiting family in Aden and were returning to their base when they were kidnapped and killed by firing squad by suspected al-Qaeda militants.
The Saudi Coalition Has Just Made a Big Prisoner Swap in Yemen
Ahead of a planned truce and peace talks aimed at ending the year-long war with Houthi rebels in Yemen, the Saudi-led military coalition has completed an exchange involving over 100 people.
This Was the Year Yemen Was Destroyed
Nine months of fighting and indiscriminate shelling between Houthi rebels and a Saudi-led coalition has leveled public infrastructure, killed more than 2,700 civilians, and left the Arab nation on the brink of collapse.
Yemen Peace Talks Continue Despite Reports of Heavy Fighting Near Saudi Border
The fragile ceasefire in Yemen has apparently been shattered, but representatives from both sides of the conflict still met in Switzerland on Saturday for a fifth day of peace talks.
Videos Show Attacks on Aden Hotel Housing Yemeni Government
The Qasr hotel has been the base of the government of Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi since its return from exile in Riyadh over recent weeks and the expulsion of Houthi fighters in July.