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Arab World An internally displaced Yemeni family sit outside their shelter at Al-Suwaidan camp in Marib city, Yemen, June 2021 (UNHCR)

UNICEF: Extreme Weather Put Yemeni Children at Risk

A recent UN report has revealed that climate change provokes displacement in Yemen and contributes to poverty, conflict, violence, and exploitation, putting…

Waddah Aljaleel (Aden)
Arab World Children wait for lunch at their hut in Sanaa, Yemen August 29, 2022 (Reuters)

Food Insecurity in Yemen Reaches Highest Level, Warns UN

Statements attributed to a Houthi group leader denying that Yemenis in the militia-controlled areas lack access to adequate food, sparked anger across the…

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Arab World Children displaced by conflict receive food aid from a Kuwaiti charity at a displaced camp in Maarib, Yemen (AFP)

Int'l Reports: One Yemeni Child Dies Every 10 Minutes from Hunger

Rashad Mohammed Al-Alimi, President of the Presidential Leadership Council, stressed on Saturday the need to make optimal use of UN assistance to improve the…

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Features An aircraft takes off to join the US-led coalition to conduct air strikes against military targets in Yemen, aimed at the Iran-backed Houthi militias that have been targeting international shipping in the Red Sea, from an undisclosed location, in this handout picture released on January 12, 2024. (US Central Command via X/Handout via Reuters)

Losses and Gains: What Next after Western Strikes against the Houthis?

The American and British strikes against weapons caches and camps of the Iran-backed Houthi militias in Yemen didn't come as a surprise after Washington and…

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Arab World The Houthi group utilizes the ports of Hodeidah as both an economic lifeline and military bases (Getty Images)

Houthi Red Sea Attacks: Yemenis Face Impending Famine Threat

Claiming to have besieged Israel and caused economic losses through their attacks on commercial ships in the Red Sea, the Houthis in Yemen are asserting a…

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Sports Yemen’s Youth and Sports Ministry operates under challenging conditions due to war and Houthi-waged coup (Government Media)

Football Unites Yemenis Amid Conflict, Houthis’ Opportunism

Football is a rare source of happiness for Yemenis, a breath of fresh air in the midst of their struggles. When the national teams succeed, it sparks a…

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Arab World FILE PHOTO: Women hold their children as they wait outside a health center where they will receive nutritional support from the World Food Programme (WFP) June 9, 2010 in Yemen. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah/File Photo

Yemen: Living Challenges on the Rise Amid Decline in Development Indicators

Living challenges of Yemenis are increasing due to the Houthi coup, climate change, and various crises in the region, amid mounting warnings of worsening…

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Arab World Yemeni women were attacked by members of the Houthi group in Sanaa for participating in a peaceful demonstration. (X)

Widespread Condemnation of Houthi Decision to Execute Yemeni Human Rights Activist

A decision by the Houthi militias to execute Fatima Al-Arouli, a Yemeni human rights activist, was widely condemned by government and human rights figures, who…

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