Yemen's exiled government demanded Thursday that Houthis withdraw from Sanaa and other areas it has occupied before negations can take place.
A Daesh statement on Twitter claimed responsibility for the car bomb attack on a Shiite mosque in Saudi that left four dead.
Dozens of Houthi militants were killed by Saudi coalition airstrikes in Yemen's second city of Aden Thursday.
May 28, 2015
Saudi-led airstrikes on the Yemeni capital of Sanaa have left at least 80 people dead, including numerous civilian casualties.
May 27, 2015
The men accused Germany of letting the US use its Ramstein air base to conduct lethal drone strikes.
At least 30 people were killed and over 100 others injured after a series of Saudi airstrikes hit security headquarters in Sanaa Wednesday.
The death toll includes three women and two children.
May 26, 2015
Forces supporting the government have retaken a southern Yemeni city from Houthi rebels Tuesday.
Two-third of the population have been left without access to clean drinking water, a relief agency said Tuesday.
A rocket attack near the Iranian embassy violated international obligations for diplomatic immunity of embassy staff.
May 25, 2015
Senior Yemeni politicians say UN-brokered peace talks set for the end of the month in Geneva have been postponed, no new date set.
Residents were evacuated after Saudi forces clashed with Houthi militias overnight Sunday on the Haradh border crossing.
At least 135 children have been killed by Saudi airstrikes in Yemen since the kingdom launched action against Houthis in March, according to a UNICEF statement.
May 24, 2015
A boat containing 460 tons of relief aid from the UAE arrived in Yemen's southern city of Aden, AFP has reported.
May 22, 2015
In an online statement, Daesh militants claimed Friday's deadly suicide bombing attack on a Shiite mosque in Qatif. At least 15 were killed, sources say.
Security sources say the bombs were planted before Friday prayers, two of the 13 people are in critical condition.
Friday morning airstrikes targeted Houthi positions around Yemen's capital, residents say.
Houthi rebels in Yemen demanded an end to Saudi airstrikes as a condition to participate in UN-brokered peace talks.
May 21, 2015
The funds will go to EU’s the International Committee of the Red Cross, which will help provide food, water, medical supplies and other essential aid to Yemen.
According to local officials, Saudi mortal shells hit a humanitarian aid office, killing five Ethiopian refugees.
Some of the thousands of Yemenis stranded abroad have returned to their home country as peace talks are announced for the end of May.
Shia Houthis in Yemen said they would back UN-hosted peace talks while Saudi-led forces continue to strike the country.
May 20, 2015
Rival factions in Yemen will restart political consultations May 28 in Geneva.
A Saudi border guard named Hassan Someili was killed in clashes with Yemen's Houthi fighters.
From March 26 until May 12 the number of registered injuries is twice as high as the death toll.
Over half a million people in Yemen have been displaced by the ongoing conflict, a spokesperson for the UNHCR said Tuesday.
May 19, 2015
Witnesses reported smoke rising from the son of President Saleh's house in southern Sanaa.
Saudi fighter jets pounded the Yemeni capital of Sanaa Tuesday for the first time since the five-day ceasefire between both countries expired.
The IMF has released a report with details of the direct aid given to Arab nations by Saudi Arabia.
UN chief Ban Ki-Moon expressed disappointment after a five-day humanitarian ceasefire between Yemen and Saudi Arabia was not extended.
May 18, 2015
A militant group linked to Al-Qaeda said it killed 31 Shia Houthi fighters in the southern Yemeni province of Shabwah Sunday.
Airstrikes have resumed in Aden after Yemen's five-day humanitarian truce expired.
May 17, 2015
UN Yemen envoy speaks out at talks in Riyadh, calling on extension of five-day ceasefire set to expire Sunday.
According to sources, Houthi militants shelled residential areas of Taiz on Sunday.
May 16, 2015
Clashes claim lives in Yemen's third city despite five-day humanitarian ceasefire, set to end Sunday.
May 15, 2015
Watch what happens when a Saudi airstrike hits a building full of ammunition.
Tribesmen associated with Al-Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula (AQAP) outlawed qat, a mild narcotic, in the southern port city of Mukalla, the capital of Yemen's Hadramawt province, according to Middle East Eye.