Analysis: The new administrator in charge of Yemen's commercial capital will attempt to confiscate arms and recruit resistance fighters into the army.
September 21 marks twelve months since Houthi rebels took over Yemen's capital Sanaa, a year that has been marked by conflict, pain and repression.
Analysis: Houthis and forces loyal to the deposed president are exploiting the worsening humanitarian situation, cutting off supplies, blocking aid, and blaming it all on the Arab coalition blockade.
Yemeni state institutions will be moved to Aden and Taiz, according to Aden's governor where embattled president Abd-Rabbo Mansour Hadi is now based.
Feature: Jabal al-Arr is a symbol of pride and separatism for the tribes in the southern region of Yafa. The mountain likely to be the next battleground between the north and south of Yemen.
Despite a renewed secessionist push for a South Yemen state, doubts remain about its viability, even in the south.