Lenderking: Only way to end Yemen crisis is negotiated settlement

US Special Envoy to Yemen, Tim Lenderking came to Southeast Michigan for a series of town halls and meetings surrounding the eroding situation in Yemen, the Yemeni American News reported on Wednesday.... »

Al-Guneid's 300 days in Houthi-prison elaborated in new book

For the past decade, Yemen has been embroiled in a civil war, and now a Calgarian has written a book about his first-hand experiences of the conflict.... »

Badheeb: 3rd of Grants Go to Administrative Expenses of Organizations

The legitimate government and donors are evaluating alternatives for organizations that refuse to disclose bank statements for their activities in Yemen, revealed Planning and International Cooperatio... »

Al-Zubaidi to Le Figaro: Southern independence is our strategic goal

The independence of the South remains our strategic objective, the President of the Southern Transitional Council (STC), Commander-in-Chief of Southern Armed Forces, Aidroos Qassem al-Zubaidi said in ... »

Al-Yamani: Current Peace Initiatives Are the Most Realistic

Current peace initiatives offered to Yemen’s internationally recognized government and the Iran-backed Houthi insurgents are as realistic as they can get, according to former Yemeni Foreign Minister K... »

Transcript of Special Envoy's press conference at Sana'a airport

The United Nations has been mediating between the parties to achieve a nationwide ceasefire, lift restrictions on the freedom of movement of people and commodities to and from Yemen, and relaunch the ... »

Aaron: Changing Griffiths Won’t Settle Yemen War

Changing UN Special Envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths will not settle the six-year conflict there. Still, his appointment as Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordi... »

Oman considers extending its gas pipeline to Yemen

Oman would like revive plans to import Iranian gas via pipeline should the nuclear deal be reinstated, and is also considering extending its pipeline network to Yemen, Mohammed al-Rumhy, the sultanate... »

France: Houthis must accept Saudi peace initiative for Yemen

Houthi militias must accept the Saudi peace initiative for Yemen, which is fully aligned with UN efforts, said French Ambassador for Yemen Jean-Marie Safa, criticizing the Iran-backed group for flippa... »

Bin Salman affirms Saudi rejection of armed militia at its borders

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman affirmed his country’s rejection of the presence of “any armed organization outside the law” on its borders, calling on the Houthi group to cease fire in Yemen a... »

Semneby: Yemen needs inclusive political solution

Sweden's Special Envoy for Yemen, Ambassador Peter Semneby stressed that the conflict in the country needed a solution through a “broad and inclusive political process, starting with a nationwide ceas... »

Al-Jubeir: Houthi attacks on Saudi facilities had links to Iran

The recent attacks on Saudi Aramco facilities had links to Iran, Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi minister of state for foreign affairs, said in an interview with Arab News.... »

Houthis misinterpreted terror delisting: Al-Malki

Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi militia has responded to its removal from Washington’s list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTO) by escalating its attacks on the governments in Aden and neighboring Sau... »

Al-Zoubaidi to CNN: Co-existence with Houthis not acceptable

Aidarus al-Zoubaidi, President of the Southern Transitional Council, speaks to Becky Anderson about the situation in Yemen, the impact of the U.S. withdrawing support for the war and whether he is opt... »

Ahmed bin Fareed: “Two-state solution is best solution for Yemen”

Ahmed Bin Fareed, representative of the Southern Transitional Council (STC) of Yemen in the European Union interviewed by Alejandro Lopez on 3rd of March, 2021 and published by the Spanish news portal... »