Euronews speaks with Saudi Arabia's Major General Ahmad Hassan Mohammad Asiri about the conflict in Yemen.
General Ahmed Assiri insists Saudi Arabia's only objective in Yemen is to "restore stability".
After two days of fighting, separatists have taken control of Aden, confining the government to the presidential palace.
The Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen has called for talks between the government and the separatists to end the fierce fighting in the southern city of Aden
Fierce fighting between separatists and forces loyal to the president have led to many deaths
Amid fresh violence in Yemen, Russia calls for dialogue to resolve what the UN says is currently 'the worst man-made humanitarian crisis'.
The US envoy in the UN says that the Houthi missile shot down in Saudi Arabia 'bears hallmarks' of Iranian arms attacks
Houthi forces see major victory in death of former ally.
There is calm on the streets of Yemen after a night of bombing by the Saudi-led coalition
Euronews got reaction from a reporter who was the first foreign journalist to interview Saleh after he stepped down as leader in 2012
Saudi-led air strikes have targeted several locations in the war-torn country.
Former President Saleh and the Houthi rebels, once allies against the Saudi-led coalition, have taken to fighting each other. Saleh says that he's ready for a "new page" with the Saudis. Meanwhile, civilians continue to bear the brunt of the conflict.
The flights carrying medical supplies and aid workers are the first allowed in nearly three weeks, since a blockade imposed on the war-torn country sparked an international outcry.
IRC Director Paolo Cernuschi says a huge humanitarian crisis looms 'of proportions [...] we've not seen in our lifetimes'.
Aid agencies say deliveries of vital supplies are still being blocked, a day after they should have been allowed in, according to a pledge made by the Saudi-led military coalition
Aid is to be allowed into Yemen after a blockade lasting more than two weeks
Humanitarian supplies are being prevented from entering the war-torn country
Saudi-led coalition to re-open some ports in Yemen as UN warns blockade is having a disasterous effect on civilians
More than 2 million children in the war-torn country are malnourished, and almost 400,000 of them are so skeletal they require treatment to stay alive.
Yemen's Houthi rebels said they fired the missile and that the target was the Saudi capital's King Khaled Airport
Orphaned girl has shone a light on a forgotten conflict.
At least 35 people have died after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a hotel near San'aa in Yemen.
The UN says people traffickers fearing arrest have drowned more than 100 migrants off the coast of Yemen.
War, famine, now cholera: malnourished children aged under five are particularly vulnerable to the epidemic raging across Yemen.
Yemen's cholera outbreak is set to hit 400,000 cases, but there are signs the three-month-old epidemic is slowing, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
Authorities in Yemen begin clean-up operation in Sanaa to combat deadly cholera outbreak