Saudi Arabia says it “won't bear any responsibility" for shortages in global oil supplies, following attacks on its oil facilities by Yemeni Houthi rebels.
On March 26, 2015, Saudi Arabia entered the Yemen civil war with support from the US and the UK. A Western reporter and Yemenis from the north to the south tell how warring sides are dug in and civilians are becoming accustomed to the fighting.
Forget about Facebook, Twitter or WhatsApp if you're in the Yemeni capital Sanaa. Houthi authorities there have blocked social media while increasing security across the city. A resident tells what it's like to live under lockdown conditions.
UN aid chief Mark Lowcock called on warring parties to respect international law. "It's been shocking to see the terrible impact of this man-made conflict," he told reporters before leaving Sanaa.
Rebels in control of Yemen's capital accused the Saudi-led coalition fighting them of killing more than 100 people and wounding hundreds more Saturday in air strikes on a funeral in Sanaa. The coalition denied it.
This week saw another Doctors Without Borders destroyed in an airstrike — this time in Yemen. Natalie Roberts used to work there.
A young man in Yemen's capital learns that an air strike on his city has struck too close to home.
Bombs, street fighting and a food shortage do not prevent people in Yemen from going about their business. Yemenis in Sanaa explain how they manage daily life in a time of war.
A day after Houthi forces failed to seize the airport and destroy the presidential palace in Yemen's second city, Aden, several suicide bombers brought violence to the Houthi-controlled Yemeni capital, Sanaa. Amidst the chaos, it is hard to know who orchestrated the attacks.
The Americans, the British and the French closed their embassies in Yemen this week. Iona Craig, who lived in Yemen for years, says that while Western governments were concerned about safety, they were also showing their dissatisfaction with the Houthis, the group that overthrew Yemen's government.
Saudi Arabia has lost a king, while its neighbor to the south, Yemen, is without a president after Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi stepped down. With a Shiite group now in control of Yemen, how will Saudi Arabia's new king react?