The World Health Organization’s regional director for the Eastern Mediterranean, Dr. Ahmed Al Mandhari, is calling for united action to strengthen health systems in the the Levant.
Yemen's Houthis hit Saudi airport, killing one expat, Saudi-led coalition says
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has announced a temporary suspension of export licences to the kingdom
Yemen's Houthis target two Saudi airports with multiple drone attacks
Yemen's Houthi movement has begun withdrawing forces from the country’s port of Saleef in Hodeidah province, finally invoking the terms of a United Nations-sponsored peace deal five months after the agreement was made.
UAE and Saudi Arabia to give $200m in aid to Yemenis of all backgrounds
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.
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.
It's the first time war-torn Yemen participates in the competition. And their opponents come from a nation they are no stranger to.
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.
Denmark is the latest country to halt all future arms exports to Riyadh in response to Khashoggi's death and fighting in Yemen. But what are other European countries doing?
Denmark has suspended future arms exports to Saudi Arabia amid the country's growing concerns over the conflict in Yemen and the killing of a dissident Saudi journalist.
Save the Children says up to 85,000 children under five may have died from hunger in Yemen since the outbreak of the civil war in 2015.
Some of the bombs being dropped on poor Yemenis — including on the school bus where 40 children died in August 2018 — were made in America. So were the planes from which they are being dropped.
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.
One deeply distressing photograph of a starving little girl has become the human face of Yemen’s vast humanitarian crisis.
Euronews talked to Professor Scott Lucas of Birmingham University on Middle East relations as the story of missing Journalist Jamal Khashoggi unfolds.
Renewed fighting in the coastal city of Hodeidah threatens its vital port.
The United Nations calls for an investigation in to a Saudi-led coalition attack on a bus that left at least 29 children dead.
The Saudi-led coalition insists it's acted within international law and accuses the Iranian-aligned Houthi group of using the children as human shields.
Dozens of civilians were killed in airstrikes on the rebel-held Yemeni port city of Hodeida, threatening renewed efforts to negotiate an end to the conflict.
The fighting around the Houthi-controlled port has claimed at least 280 lives
Yemenis headed for Eid al-Fitr prayers on Friday, June 15, amid heavy security as the outskirts of country's main port city saw a battle the United Nations fears could trigger a famine imperilling millions of lives.
It comes as diplomatic avenues fail, ahead of an expected battle between Arab coalition and Houthi rebels