Air strikes by the Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen have killed at least 136 civilians and non-combatants since Dec. 6, the U.N. human rights spokesman said on Tuesday. Other U.N. officials said the coalition was maintaining tight restrictions on ships reaching Yemen even though 8 million Yemenis are on the brink of famine with the … Continue reading Saudi-led air strikes kill 136 civilians in 11 days – U.N.
At least eight women and two girls heading home from a wedding were killed in an air attack in west-central Yemen, a health official told Al Jazeera on Sunday. The Saba news agency linked to the Houthi rebels also reported 10 women in a civilian convoy in the Hreib Karameesh district died in the air … Continue reading Ten women killed in Saudi airstrike on wedding party
A battle at the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah threatens to throw Yemen even further into the depths of humanitarian catastrophe, cutting off crucial imports and displacing as many as half a million people. A coalition of anti-Houthi forces, which includes fighters loyal to internationally recognised (but deposed) President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, a … Continue reading The looming attack on Hodeidah will turn Yemen into “a complete horror show” – aid agencies
At 11.30pm, 10 nautical miles off Yemen’s western Red Sea coast, seven fishermen were near the end of the four hours it had taken to haul their nets bulging with the day’s catch into their fibreglass boat. Suddenly, away from the illumination of the vessel’s large spotlight, one of the men spotted a black silhouette … Continue reading Bombed into famine: how the Saudi air campaign targets Yemen’s food supplies
There are no signs that a blockade of Yemen’s ports by a Saudi-led military coalition has eased to allow aid to reach communities increasingly at risk of starvation, the head of the U.S. government’s aid agency said on Tuesday. USAID administrator Mark Green called on the Saudi-led military coalition to open Yemen’s ports and for … Continue reading Aid still being blocked from entering Yemen (Reuters)