Houthi militias have failed to fire a ballistic missile from al-Bayda on army posts in Maarib, the Yemeni army announced on Sunday. In a statement the ...
The Yemeni army, with the support of Arab coalition air forces, has achieved a strategic breakthrough on Wednesday by reaching the district of al-Jawf ...
Yemeni army’s chief of staff said on Wednesday that victory over Houthi and Saleh militias is “is closer than ever”. Maj. Gen. Taher ...
Mokha, one of Yemen’s oldest ports, is seen as a weapons lifeline to the rebels and their allies
Forces also seized control over Harad and Midi, considered an important logistical progress for Arab coalition forces
Since September 2014, Iran-backed Houthi militia control the capital Sanaa, forcing President Hadi into exile
A gunman killed General Abedrabbo Hussein as he was leaving his home
The men are discussing ways to coordinate humanitarian aid efforts during the five-day truce
The attack was carried out by militants ‘suspected of belonging to Al-Qaeda,’ an official said.
The decision comes as Houthi rebels delay their pullback from the capital Sanaa
At least 1,200 troops have been sent to Hadramawt over the past days as reinforcement in the offensive against al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula.
Residents say four of the soldiers, who were on leave when they came under attack, had their throats slit and the others were shot
Army units have been reinforcing the city over fears of al-Qaeda attacks, which has a powerful presence in the south
The government spent about $3 billion on energy subsidies last year, nearly a third of state revenue
AQAP is considered by Washington as the most dangerous affiliate of the jihadist network for its role in failed attacks
The Houthis -- also known as Ansarullah -- have advanced out of their northern mountain strongholds towards the capital
Washington regards the jihadists’ Yemen franchise - al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula - as its most dangerous
The gunfight erupted when rebels attacked an army position on the western outskirts of Amran city
Yemeni army takes over last militant stronghold in south
A local senior Qaeda member was also killed after a Yemen army’s offensive eliminaed Chechen and Uzbekistani commanders this week
The army on Sunday killed 40 al-Qaeda suspects, mainly foreigners, and wounded dozens of others on day six of a major offensive in southern Yemen
Yemeni troops backed by aircraft killed pressed its offensive on suspected al-Qaeda militants
The operation comes after a surge in air strikes killed nearly 60 militants last week
Gunmen ambushed a Yemeni army vehicle carrying ammunition to troops in a southeastern al-Qaeda bastion, killing one and wounding three
The attackers, who escaped after the killings, “are presumed to be in al-Qaeda”
The rebels, known as Houthis or Ansarullah, had travelled to Amran to take part in a demonstration
Hadi on Saturday made a surprise visit to the interior ministry and the central prison where h suspected Al-Qaeda members escaped from
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