Photo:Houthi rebels attack on a Yemeni journalist
Photo: World Health Organization Representative for Yemen Dr. Ahmed Shadoul briefs the press. Photo: WHO Yemen
Mogadishu (AFP) - Tens of thousands of Somali refugees have fled back home from war-torn Yemen since an upsurge in fighting in March, the UN said Tuesday, adding to three million already in need.
The United Nations says at least 142 civilians have been killed in
DUBAI: A coalition of 13 aid organizations has called for a permanent cease-fire in Yemen ahead of U.N.-sponsored talks Sunday on ending a conflict that has affected 80 percent of the population.
I recently visited a displaced person’s camp in Ibb city, in the south of Yemen.
Photo: Yemeni refugees on a ship on thier way from Aden to Djibouti (YemenOnline)
Yemen’s Shiite Houthi rebels are still persecuting journalists, media outlets and media support institutions eight months after seizing control of the capital, Sanaa, and a large swathe of the coun
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