Khalid Al-Karimi is a freelance reporter and translator. He is a staff member of the Sana'a-based Yemeni Media Center and previously worked as a full-time editor and reporter for the Yemen Times newspaper.
4.5 million school students in Yemen will not be able to resume their classes this coming school year.
In-depth: Three years of war have failed to unseat al-Qaeda from Yemen's south - how is the militant group still surviving?
Comment: The troubled Houthi-Saleh alliance has faltered in the last two weeks, but is the prospect of a Saudi-led takeover in Sanaa enough to preserve their partnership? asks Khalid Al-Karimi.
Analysis: The strategic port will not be given up by the Houthi militants who control it, notes Khalid Al-Karimi.
Comment: A deadly combination of cholera, hunger and child recruitment is plaguing the Yemen's future generation, writes Khalid al-Karimi.
Finding themselves caught between the callousness of poverty and ruthlessness of war, suicide is on the rise among Yemenis writes Khalid AlKarimi
Comment: The recent diplomatic crisis in in the Gulf risks diverting the attention from Yemen's continuing, brutal civil war, writes Khalid Al-Karimi.
Comment: If the Saudi-led coalition is going to help maintain the unity of Yemen, it is vital that it irons out internal differences, writes Khalid Al-Karimi.
Comment: Hodeida is a city already devastated by poverty, but as the fighting edges closer, there are concerns that a fresh humanitarian crisis is looming, writes Khalid Al-Karimi.
Comment: Khalid Al-Karimi remembers the massacre that sparked Yemen's ongoing war.