Yemeni sports journalist Qasim Al-Buaisi, who was kidnapped on Thursday.

Armed Houthis on Thursday kidnapped Yemeni journalist Qasim Al-Buaisi in western Hodeidah province and took him to an unknown place. It is the first time a sports journalist has been kidnapped

Detainees held without charges decry Emiratis' sexual abuses

متوفر بالعربية على  الرابط: By MAGGIE MICHAEL  The 15 officers who arrived at the prison in southern Yemen hid their faces behin

The Guardian view on Yemen: our complicity lies bare

Even if the UK warned against attacking the vital port of Hodeidah, we bear responsibility for the horrors of this war The fig leaves covered little to start with, and withered long ago. Now the ex

Saudi-led assault on vital port city in Yemen will begin ‘within days’, say aid workers

UK warns aid agencies to evacuate Hodeidah as diplomatic avenues fail ahead of anticipated battle between Arab coalition and Houthi rebels Aid workers in the Yemeni city of Hodeidah are bracing for

U.N. Pushes to Avert ‘Catastrophic’ UAE Attack on Yemen Port

The United Nations has established a increasingly undercover diplomatic attempt to head off an expected United Arab Emirates attack on Yemen’s most important port in the coming times, fearing

Five reasons the crisis in Yemen matters

Long overshadowed by conflicts and intrigues elsewhere in the Middle East, Yemen is increasingly hard to ignore. The civil war racking Yemen pits U.S.-backed forces against Iranian-backed elements

US carries out 18 air strikes in Yemen this year, report

متوفر بالعربية على:  The US has carried out 18 air strikes against Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, AQAP, in Yemen this year so far, the L

Hadi's government rejects Houthi preconditions for resuming peace process

الخبر بالعربية:  The Internationally recognized government of Yemen has rejected preconditions of the Houthi Group, Ansar Allah, for restarting

Mahathir's reforms could put Saudi Arabia and UAE on the spot

Newly elected Malaysian Prime Minister Mohammed Mahathir is adopting policies that could reshape the Southeast nation's relations with powerful Gulf states. A series of anti-corruption measures as

The world’s worst humanitarian crisis could get even worse

THE WORLD’S worst humanitarian crisis may be about to get much worse. In Yemen, where some 8 million people are on the brink of famine and the worst cholera epidemic in history is raging, the

Newspaper: military victories in western Yemen embarrass, force Hadi to fire commanders

    The Al-Arab Newspaper has said victories of the Joint Forces over the Houthi forces in Yemen's western province of Hodeida have embarrassed President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi forcing h

Is Saudi Arabia’s 32-Year-Old Crown Prince Dead?

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, the 32-year-old media-savvy leader of the oil kingdom, has been unnaturally quiet recently, so much so that some in the Middle East media could

Saudi Arabia takes a wrong turn on women’s freedom

ON HIS recent high-profile tour of the United States, Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, met with executives from Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Disney, Warner Bros. and Lockh

Washington Post: Qatar refused to pay a million dollars to Trump lawyers

  Michael Cohen, President Trump’s personal attorney, solicited a payment of at least $1 million from the government of Qatar in late 2016, in exchange for access to and advice about the

The Yemen war reshapes the US strategy to confront Iran and al Qaeda

  by Richard Miniter More than 7,000 miles from Washington and far from America's headlines, a war in Yemen is rewriting America's strategy against Iran and terrorism. The three-sided civil

Russian newspaper: Moscow will not supply Damascus with S-300 missiles

Russia is not in talks with the Syrian government about supplying advanced S-300 missile defense systems to Syria in an effort to bolster the war-torn Arab nation’s defensive capabilities, a t

Egypt calls for political solution in Yemen

The Egyptian foreign ministry yesterday called for a political solution that saves Yemen from slipping into long term war. The ministry made the observations in a statement issued after the Egyptia

MBS Wanted to Take War from Yemen to Lebanon: Leaks

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman wanted to take the war from Yemen to Lebanon, according to a leaked document obtained by Lebanese newspaper Al Akhbar. Al Akhbar revealed a leaked document fr