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Yemen's Houthi rebels indicate willingness to hand over Hodeidah port to UN: sources

Earlier on Thursday, Houthi spokesman Mohammed Abdelsalam highlighted the group's "positivity in dealing with the United Nations about the port's revenues," but criticized the Saudi-led coalition, whose aim he said was to "destroy Yemen."

Why Yemen is at war?

Yemen's internal splits have festered for years. North and south Yemen united into a single state in 1990, but separatists in the south tried to secede from the pro-union north in 1994.


Saudi Arabia-led coalition kills 40 Houthi militants in Yemen, near Saudi border: Report

The coalition forces set up the ambush after getting intelligence that the Houthi militants and forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh were mobilising in the region near the Saudi border.

Drones kill 12 Yemen militants, including top leader: residents

One strike killed six men in a car travelling in al Rawda city in Shabwa province, a remote desert area where al Qaeda militants are believed to be operating. The province has been targeted by drone strikes this year.

Yemen pro-govt troops retake Houthi rebel-held base in south

The base was taken by the rebels when the conflict intensified in the spring and was their main encampment in the country's south.

Houthi rebels disrupt 5-day cease-fire announced by Saudi-led coalition in Yemen

Airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition targeting Shiite rebels and their allies struck several Yemeni cities, with combat raging near the strategic Bab el-Mandeb strait despite a declared truce.


Saudi-led warplanes kill at least 55 in Yemen's Taiz: reports

A coalition of Arab states, led by Saudi Arabia, has been bombarding Iran-allied Houthi forces in Yemen since late March in a bid to reinstate President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

Houthi rebels boycott Yemen peace talks in Riyadh

Iran-backed Houthis want to have peace talks in Yemen and not in Saudi capital.

Yemen Houthis accept Saudi Arabia proposed 5-day truce

A Houthi statement said they would deal "positively" with any efforts to lift the suffering of the Yemeni people.

Pakistan’s yes-no question

For the first time, there is an open discussion on its relationship with Saudi Arabia.