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A Yemeni journalist

A Yemeni journalist

In the midst of war and a male-dominated society, business women Nisreen Dhirar and Faiza Haidrah defy norms by opening a restaurant in southern Yemen's Taiz.

17 May, 2024

In-depth: The Houthi decision to issue a 100-riyal coin has triggered a new currency war, as Yemen's two rival central banks work to undermine each other.

08 April, 2024

Yemeni fishermen are struggling to survive amidst increasing tensions in the Red Sea. With each trip out to sea, fishermen are unsure if they will return.

15 February, 2024

Analysis: Anti-Houthi forces in Yemen sense that the US blacklisting could provide them with international military and political support if a war breaks out.

25 January, 2024

Analysis: Buoyed by popular support, the Houthis are unlikely to be deterred by US-UK strikes, with Yemen's fragile peace process at risk.

15 January, 2024

Analysis: The first deadly cross-border strike by the Houthi group in months, which killed four Bahraini soldiers, threatens to derail Yemen's fragile peace process, which had been gaining momentum since a UN-sponsored truce in 2022.

02 October, 2023

In-depth: On the 33rd anniversary of national unification, Yemen's conflict has left the country more divided than ever between rival armies and institutions in the north and south.

24 May, 2023

Analysis: The negotiations in Sanaa have raised hopes of an end to the eight-year conflict, but formidable challenges lie ahead.

12 April, 2023

Analysis: While the cash injection may help to temporarily alleviate stressors on the Yemeni economy, loans and aid cannot alone address the financial troubles rooted in nearly a decade of war and conflict.

01 March, 2023

In-depth: Eight years of fighting, malnutrition, and disease have claimed the lives of thousands of Yemeni children, while a stalled peace process means there is no end in sight.

22 December, 2022