Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered six months ago. Some EU countries continue to sell arms to Saudi Arabia despite the global outcry.
At least seven people have died in an airstrike on a hospital in Yemen, marking the end of the fourth year of the country's conflict.
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When a ceasefire in Hodeida came into force in December last year, there was hope for people living through the nightmare of Yemen's civil war. But hope has been short-lived as stray bullets and starvation continue to claim lives.
The lifeline port of Hodeida has been at the centre of the ongoing Yemeni war this year — here are the key events.
Yemen's warring factions have agreed a ceasefire for the vital Red Sea port of Hodeida
The conflict has left over 8 million Yemenis facing famine, although the
United Nations has warned this could rise to 14 million.
The Houthi threat has not been given due attention in Western capitals. They are not proscribed as a terrorist group by the US State Department, NATO, or the EU. This means it is perfectly legal to support, or even fundraise for them.
The WFP will double food aid to Yemen as the government announces a new push to seize key port.
The monthly death toll in the strategic port city was up 164% in June-August from the first five months of the year.
Renewed fighting in the coastal city of Hodeidah threatens its vital port.
Zahra, a seven-month-old, has already been treated for severe malnourishment. If not treated soon she will die.
All parties in the Yemen conflict have committed war crimes, according to a damning new report by U.N. experts.
In the report, they point to possible crimes on all sides between March 2015 and June this year.
All parties in Yemen conflict have committed war crimes, according to a new report by UN experts.