The embattled President is looking for support against a Shi'ite Houthi insurgency
The U.S. is coordinating military and intelligence support with the Saudis but not taking part directly in the strikes – although many other regional players are...
The conflict risks becoming a proxy war between Shiite Iran and Sunni Muslim states
Vowing to do "anything necessary" to protect its neighbor from Iran-backed Shi'ite rebels
Tehran and Washington share an interest in re-establishing state authority in Iraq, but in Yemen their agendas diverge
There's no need for markets to overreact as Yemen is not a significant player in the oil industry
The explosions went off during the crowded Friday noon prayers in Sana’a, Yemen’s capital. Two pairs of suicide bombers detonated their devices at separate...
Houthi rebels and their allies moved on Aden, captured its airport and put a bounty on the President's head
Analysts fear all-out warfare could allow Al Qaeda to grow in strength and stature
Officials would not disclose President Hadi's destination
Many Arab states have long dreamed of creating such a force
Officials would not specify troop numbers
Iran-backed Houthi rebels are advancing on Aden
The ongoing chaos in Yemen builds
Officials fear the rebel takeover of Taiz on Sunday is a prelude to an attack on Aden
One expert calls the claim "not credible"
No group has claimed responsibility yet, but al-Qaeda operatives have carried out attacks like these in the past
Though the Yemeni government may fail to reconstruct itself, the ties that bind people to one another can step in for the greater cause
Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi had been under house arrest for several weeks
The council also demanded the release of the Yemeni president and prime minister