Fighting in Yemen's Marib heats up again, say sources

ADEN (Reuters) – Fighting between Yemen’s warring parties in the gas-rich Marib region, the recognised government’s last northern stronghold, intensified late on Saturday, three sources said, at a time the United Nations and United States are pushing for a peace

UN Yemen envoy calls for probe into civilian deaths

Envoy calls for investigation into Wednesday’s air strikes that killed at least 11 civilians in al-Jawf province. The United Nations envoy for Yemen has called for a transparent investigation into air strikes that killed at least 11 civilians in al-Jawf

Yemeni government, southern separatists, sign Socotra truce

Two sides reach deescalation agreement after clashes erupt near provincial capital of Yemeni island. Fighting on the Yemeni island of Socotra has come to a halt after an agreement was reached between the Saudi-backed government forces and UAE-backed southern separatists. 

Saudi-UAE unilateral ceasefire in Yemen begins; Houthis balk

Coalition fighting rebels says move partly in response to UN truce calls amid pandemic but Houthis vow to keep fighting. A two-week ceasefire declared by the Saudi-UAE coalition fighting Yemen’s Houthi rebels came into effect on Thursday, but the armed

Saudi-led coalition rejects south Yemen self-rule declaration

Military coalition calls for an end to escalation in Yemen and immediate return to peace deal signed in November. A Saudi Arabia-led military coalition has rejected a separatist group’s declaration of self-rule in Yemen’s south, demanding “an end to escalatory

Yemen separatists declare self-rule in south

Separatists in southern Yemen have declared self-rule, breaking a peace deal signed in November with the internationally recognised government. The Aden-based Southern Transitional Council (STC) declared a state of emergency, saying it would govern the port city and other southern