A photographer takes pictures of the Khurais oil field during a tour for journalists, 150 km east-northeast of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia says it’s not responsible for high oil prices


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.

Houthi fighters hold images of relatives killed in violent conflict

Yemen’s most stable city threatened by Houthi takeover

Conflict & Justice
emen's Houthi movement forces ride in the back of vehicle during withdrawal from Saleef port in Hodeidah province

In Yemen, war is ‘trumping peace’

A sea of red flags wave as Yemeni Houthi protest.

Who are Yemen’s Houthis?

Global Politics
Three people walk past a stone house bombed out by an air strike in the old quarter of Sanaa, Yemen, August 8, 2018.

The UN says some Saudi-led coalition air strikes in Yemen may amount to war crimes

Artist Haifa Subay paints a mural about children's suffering in a time of war, part of the 'Silent Victims' campaign in Sanaa, Yemen

After 1,000 days of civil war in Yemen, violence has become ‘normalized’


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.

A man walks on a street where Houthis have recently clashed with forces loyal to Yemen's former president

Yemen’s capital is under lockdown — hear a first-person account


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.

Saida Ahmed Baghili, second from left, 19, who is recovering from severe malnutrition, poses for a photograph with her father and her sisters Jalila, left, 12, and Amal, right, 7, and 4-year-old brother Omar at their hut in al-Tuhaita district of Hodeidah

UN official calls humanitarian conditions in Yemen ‘shocking’


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.

Attack on funeral in Yemen

Saudi Arabia’s coalition is accused of attacking a funeral packed with mourners in Yemen


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.

The remains of the Medecins Sans Frontieres hospital in Hayden, Yemen

Another week, another Doctors Without Borders hospital bombed


This week saw another Doctors Without Borders destroyed in an airstrike — this time in Yemen. Natalie Roberts used to work there.