The large scale migration of Syrians trying to escape the violence convulsing their country makes the process of post-conflict reconstruction very difficult, a leading Arab think-tank said on Thursday.
Analysis: For decades, Egyptians have wondered where billions missing from state funds went. A local media report might at last have uncovered the truth.
Setbacks in the south of the country have forced the Houthis to look east towards Marib and Shabwa.
War planes targeted Sanaa in what witnesses described Wednesday as the most violent bombing so far, hours after a conference on Yemen concluded in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
Musallam al-Barrak fails in his attempt to overturn a two-year jail sentence imposed for charges of insulting the emir in a speech.
Video shows Michel Samaha handing over cash and explosives to be used to kill political and religious figures on behalf of the Assad regime.
Analysis: Regime is benefiting from IS attacks on other rebel forces - attacks which also deflect attention from its own atrocities. But how long will that last?
As a major investment conference in the Sinai resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh draws to a close, a suspected drone strike in the peninsular killed a family of nine on Monday.
The Houthis, who have captured large parts of Yemen, has reportedly assured Cairo that it does not intend to disrupt traffic on the waters around the strategically important Bab al-Mandab Strait.
Analysis: In a recent televised speech the Egyptian president discussed many of the important political, social and economic issues affecting Egypt.