Yemen

A number of Yemeni detainees have been subjected to ill-treatment, torture and sexual abuse by United Arab Emirates (UAE) soldiers, the UN human rights office in Geneva said.

More than 1,000 Saudi troops have reportedly been killed since early 2015, when the Riyadh regime and a coalition of its allies unleashed a bloody war against Yemen.

Some 236 civilians were killed in Yemen in April making it the “deadliest” month for the war-torn state this year, a United Nations briefing note revealed today.

Yemen’s rainy season will likely trigger another wave of cholera, putting millions at risk in the war-torn country, which is still reeling from one of the world’s worst outbreaks of the killer disease, scientists warned on Thursday.

The UN Secretary General strongly decried Saudi Arabia's deadly airstrike on a wedding ceremony in Yemen's Hajjah province.

 UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths said he will present a plan to the UN Security Council for resumption of peace talks between the warring parties in Yemen.

A Saudi-led Arab coalition air attack on the city of Al Hudaydah, western Yemen, killed six members of a family, Yemeni TV Channel ‘Almasirah’ reported.

The UN Security Council on Tuesday called on all parties in Yemen to engage in meaningful dialogue to stop fighting and resolve the conflict.

Iranian vice president said that Iran is willing to help Saudi Arabia to resolve Yemen war.

The United Nations' World Food Program (WFP) directly blamed Saudi Arabia for a humanitarian crisis in Yemen, which has been the target of a Saudi-led war for two years and a half.

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