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LATEST UPDATES Scores killed, injured in Yemen airstrikes :: New stage of Saudi-led airstrikes to begin :: Violence leaves two thirds of Yemenis without clean water :: Hadi appoints new interior minister :: Saudi Arabia rectifies statuses of 22.500 illegal Yemeni workers :: 13 killed, 60 injured in Yemen fuel truck explosion :: Geneva Yemen talks postponed indefinitely :: 70 militants killed, injured in Yemen battles :: 10 civilians killed in heavy Houthi shelling in Taiz :: National Forum for Rescue Founded in Yemen ::
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Scores killed, injured in Yemen airstrikes
Scores were killed and injured in Saudi-led airstrikes on Wednesday a day after the Arab coalition revealed a new stage of the military operation in Yemen.
 

New stage of Saudi-led airstrikes to begin
The Arab coalition is poised to launch a third stage of the military operation against the Houthi militants in Yemen, the spokesperson for the coalition Ahmed Asiri said on Tuesday.
 

Violence leaves two thirds of Yemenis without clean water
Almost two-thirds of the population of Yemen, 16 million, have become without a clean water supply and sanitation, Oxfam warned on Tuesday.
 

Hadi appoints new interior minister
President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi named Abdu Hussein Al-Huthaifi as the new interior minister on Tuesday at a time when the interior minister who was appointed by the Houthi group is still in the post.
 

Saudi Arabia rectifies statuses of 22.500 illegal Yemeni workers
The Saudi authorities have rectified the statuses of around 22.500 illegal Yemeni migrants since King Salman bin Abdulaziz ordered to help all Yemeni expatriates.
 

13 killed, 60 injured in Yemen fuel truck explosion
At least 13 civilians were killed and around 60 others injured in a fuel truck explosion in Yemen's southern city of Taiz on Monday, local medical sources said.
 

Geneva Yemen talks postponed indefinitely
The UN postponed talks on Yemen which were scheduled for May 28 in Geneva as the government insists it will not participate in talks except after the Houthi militant group adheres to UN resolutions.
 

70 militants killed, injured in Yemen battles
At least 70 Houthi militants and pro-former president forces were killed and injured in guerrilla battles with popular resistance fighters on streets of Yemen's southern city of Taiz on Sunday, Aljazeera channel reported.
 

10 civilians killed in heavy Houthi shelling in Taiz
Around 10 civilians were killed and 20 others injured after Houthi militants shelled populated areas in Yemen's southern city of Taiz, local medical sources said on Sunday. The death toll is expected to increase as some were badly injured, they said.
 

National Forum for Rescue Founded in Yemen
The National Forum for Rescue and and building civil and modern state of Yemen was formed on Sunday.
 

Clashes continue in Aden
Fierce clashes between pro-government fighters and Houthi militants continued on Saturday in Yemen's port city of Aden a day after the popular resistance advanced on key frontlines, local sources said.
 

Shabwa governor dies in Houthi ambush
Governor of Shabwa Ahmed Bahaj has died of wounds after his car had a road accident following an ambush by Houthi militants, local sources said on Saturday, while adding that he died on way to abroad.
 

Hadi sets conditions for Geneva Yemen talks
President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi has set conditions for the participation of Yemen's government in Geneva talks scheduled for May 28 including that the UN takes action over all UN resolutions on the transition process.
 

Yemen people protest extrajudicial arrests by Houthis
Tens of the population in Yemen's western port city of Hodeida staged a protest after the Friday prayer and demanded the Houthi militants to stop extrajudicial arrests and illegal acts.
 

Airstrikes, including misdirected ones, continue in Yemen
Saudi-led airstrikes against the Houthi militants have continued in a number of Yemeni cities including the capital Sanaa, Aden, Abyan and Taiz coinciding with confrontations between the Houthis and pro-government fighters.
 

Pro-government fighters taking battle to Houthi stronghold
Fierce clashes between the pro-government resistance fighters and the Houthi militants in Yemen's city of Jawf bordering Saada, the stronghold of the Houthi militant group, local sources said on Friday.
 

Airstrikes target weapon depots in Yemen capital
The Arab coalition carried out airstrikes against military camps and weapon depots controlled by the Houthi militants in the capital city of Sanaa on Tuesday.
 

Riyadh conference on Yemen concludes
The three-day conference for saving Yemen concluded on Tuesday with the Riyadh declaration calling for ending the Houthi coup and building Yemeni federation in accordance with the outcomes of the national dialog conference.
 

Yemen conference to be held in Geneva May 28
The UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh said on Monday a UN-sponsored conference on Yemen will be held later this month.
 

Airstrikes resumed after short Yemen ceasefire
Saudi-led airstrikes against the Houthi militants have resumed after a five-day humanitarian ceasefire expired in Yemen.
 

Dozens killed in continious Yemen violence
Dozens were killed and injured in clashes between pro-government fighters and Houthi militants in Yemen's city of Taiz, local sources said on Sunday.
 

UN action urged as Riyadh Yemen conference kicks off
President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi urged the UN Security Council to take responsible action in order to implement its resolutions on Yemen.
 

More stranded arrive in Yemen
Some 20 Yemeni citizens arrived at Sanaa International Airport on Saturday after they had been stranded for weeks in Sudan, officials at the airport said.
 

1.700 killed, 7.000 injured in Yemen violence
The World Health Organization has revealed that around 1700 people have killed and 7.000 others injured in recent Yemen violence.
 

Power likely back in Yemen in days
The Yemeni authorities will start repair works to electric power pylons in Marib city Saturday or Sunday, an official from the Marib gas-fired plant told the Saba agency.
 

Unesco condemns attacks on Yemen heritage
Unesco has expressed concerns over damages to monuments and cultural heritage due to violence in Yemen.
 

UN envoy Cheikh meets GPC officials
 

Aid reaches Yemenis as ceasefire holds
Yemen Petroleum Company said on Thursday it has distributed around 129.000 metric tons of petrol to cities which have been experiencing a lack of fuels for more than a month.
 

UN envoy in Yemen as ceasefire begins
A ceasefire aimed at facilitating the delivery of humanitarian aid to people affected by violence kicked off in Yemen Tuesday night.
 

Yemen reaches deal with IOM for stranded
Transport minister Badr Mohammed Basalamah said on Tuesday a national committee was formed to follow up the issues of the Yemeni citizens stranded outside the country.
 

HRW: Houthis recruit, deploy Yemen children
Human Rights Watch on Tuesday accused armed groups in Yemen especially the Houthi militant group and Al-Qaeda of recruitment and deployment of children into battles.
 

Houthis shell residences after deadly day in Yemen
Houthi militants continued to shell residences in Yemen's southern city of Taiz on Tuesday killing and injuring civilians and damaging houses, local sources said.
 

Aid starts to flow for Yemen
Around 30 vessels carrying relief aid including fuel tankers are en route to Yemen where a humanitarian ceasefire is expected to begin in hours.
 

Strong airstrikes rock Yemen capital
Weapon depots in Yemen's capital city of Sanaa were targeted by Saudi-led airstrikes on Monday a day before a humanitarian ceasefire begins.
 

Houthi TV cut off amid attacks on Saudi cities
Almasirah TV which is run by the Houthi militant group cut off its broadcast on Sunday after intensified Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen's Saada city in the past few days.
 

Resistance expands amid blows to Houthis
Tribes in Yemen's province of Jawf have been mobilizing to continue the fight against Houthi militants in areas near the border with Saudi Arabia expanding pro-government popular resistance fronts in the country.
 

Houthis agree to humanitarian pause of fight
The Houthi militant group agreed to a five-day ceasefire aimed at facilitating the delivery of humanitarian aid to millions of Yemeni people affected by recent violence.
 

Humanitarian ceasefire to start May 12
A humanitarian five-day ceasefire in Yemen will be brought into effect as from this Tuesday in case the Houthi militants agreed to it mainly through stopping violence and regrouping, Saudi foreign minister said on Friday.
 

Top AQAP leader killed in chaotic Yemen
A US drone lately killed a key leader from the Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula AQAP in Yemen, reports have said.
 

Yemenis appeal to Arabs for more time to evacuate
Residents in Saada city have appealed to Arab countries that have been conducting airstrikes on Houthi militants to extend a deadline for them to flee the city.
 

Saudi Arabia proposes five day Ceasefire in Yemen
Saudi Arabia which has been leading airstrikes on the Houthi militants since March 26 proposed on Thursday for a five-day truce so that aid can be delivered to the effected people in Yemen.
 

HRW accuses Houthis of war crimes
Human Rights Watch has accused Houthi militants of committing war crimes in Yemen.
 

Call for emergency UN meeting on Yemen
Yemen has called for an emergency meeting by the Security Council on escalating violence and crimes by Houthi militants in some cities including Aden.
 

Displaced killed as militants attack boats
Tens of civilians were killed and injured after Houthi militants attacked their boats with rockets in Yemen's southern port city of Aden on Wednesday, local sources said.
 

Relief operations will stop if blockade continues
Relief organizations in Yemen have warned their operations will be suspended in days if a blockade by Arab countries on the country's ports is not lifted.
 

Dozens killed in fresh Yemen airstrikes
Dozens of Houthi militants have been killed in Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen's border cities of Saada, the stronghold of the Houthi militant group, and Hajjah, local sources in the two cities said on Wednesday.
 

Yemen talks to start May 17
President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi said on Tuesday talks between Yemeni factions are scheduled to kick off in Saudi capital Riyadh on May 17.
 

Hadi appoints new military chiefs
Yemen's president Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi on Monday issued five decrees appointing new military chiefs.
 

GPC says has not agreed to Riyadh talks
The General People's Congress GPC, the former ruling party in Yemen, denied on Monday that it has agreed to take part in talks between Yemeni factions in the Saudi capital Riyadh.
 

Airstrikes to be halted for Yemen aid delivery
 

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