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.
In-depth: Britain occupied Aden, its only official Arab colony, for over 100 years. The Queen's death has caused many Yemenis to reexamine this colonial legacy, with the country still marked by national divides inherited from imperial rule.
Analysis: The separatist Southern Transitional Council's victory in Shabwa and military advancements in the south represent a threat to Yemen's fragile ceasefire, and could fracture the country and its people.
States of Journalism series: Since the outbreak of the Yemeni war, journalism has become increasingly dangerous. Subject to targeted killings, sedition and extortion, journalists face a host of professional landmines in their bid to tell the truth.