After the Trump administration's out-the-door decision to designate Yemen's Iranian-backed rebels as a terror organization, Aid agencies warn the decision could wreck the tenuous relief system keeping millions alive.
A BBC journalist returned to her native Yemen and teamed up with a Yemeni social media star to cover their country's civil war in a new way: with a fun 2-minute video.
It’s not always easy to bridge gaps in communities. But these two friends are giving it a try.
On Thursday, Yemeni bodega owners in New York declared a strike: They would close for eight hours, from noon to 8 p.m., in protest of Trump's immigration and refugee restrictions.
On Thursday, four Yemenis from the US prison at Guantanamo Bay made it home to Saudi Arabia. There are now 55 inmates still being held at the detention center in Cuba.
President Barack Obama signaled his concern about civilian casualties in the Yemen war on December 13 when he halted a major resupply of smart bombs to the Saudi Arabian air force. But the same day, the US Air Force delivered the Saudis four new fighter jets.
Khaled Almaghafi is a bee master in the San Francisco Bay Area. It's spiritual work, too. "You see how they dance, how they collect the honey, how they work ... you feel deep inside there is a creator," he says.
The Pentagon’s stockpile of air-to-ground munitions has suffered an unexpected dip — and it may take a long time to restore it.
People in Yemen are exhausted by a year of war. But the prospect of an April 10 ceasefire is inspiring less optimism, and more cynicism. There have been many ceasefires since March 26, 2015, but few real pauses in the fighting, which has taken more than 3,000 civilian lives.
Yemenis can't escape their civil war, but they can speak out. Four young, educated Yemenis tell about life in their besieged cities.
On Monday, Cyclone Chapala slammed the island of Socotra, known for its unusual vegetation. Now the storm — traveling toward the mainland — is headed for war-torn Yemen.