Nowhere is this Olympic Truce needed more than in Yemen.
Children who are starving right now in Yemen don't need long-winded speeches at the U.N. General Assembly. They need action on the part of world leaders.
It's too soon to say, but in retrospect, we may be able to confidently judge that President Joe Biden's February move shortened the overall length of Yemen's strife, or at least shortened U.S. participation.
The outrage over Khashoggi's murder is commendable, but it is deeply inconsistent with arms sales policies.
Hodeidah is a vital access point for humanitarian and military aid for the Houthi rebels.
Iran's defense minister was responding to Saudi comments about the "battle" for influence in the Middle East.
William Owens was killed in a ground attack on an al-Qaeda base in Yemen.
The country's leader, Sultan Qaboos bin Said, has ruled for 46 years but reportedly has terminal cancer.
The Houthis said they targeted an international airport 45 miles from Mecca.
Nineteen people were killed when a Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit an MSF facility in northern Yemen.
Governments are failing to resettle displaced people, leading to a growing annual total.
More than 6,000 people have been killed in more than a year of fighting in Yemen.
Humanitarian agencies said that the use of British weapons in the Yemen campaign is illegal.
Nearly 2,000 people have died since Saudi Arabia–led airstrikes began in March.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Saudi Arabia would not emerge victorious from the war in Yemen.
The need for humanitarian workers is growing as fighting continues in Yemen.