Paola Tamma is a freelance journalist who recently graduated from City University, London. She is currently researching Yemeni issues and society.
Investigation: Britons are being separated from foreign spouses and children, leaving hundreds stranded in war-torn Yemen, and creating perverse incentives to claim more benefits - not fewer, reports Paola Tamma.
Continued attacks on shipping in the busy Yemeni strait and an impending Saudi-led offensive on a nearby port could worsen the country's humanitarian situation, activists have warned.
A new strike by the Saudi-led coalition kills eight civilians in a shop near Taiz, as the fight for the city continues.
The UN's special envoy to Yemen came under Houthi fire in a recent trip to the capital Sanaa, further weakening the prospect of peace talks.
Houthi shells targeting residential areas in Taiz have killed and injured dozens in the span of three days, as the city struggles with a salary crisis and a cholera epidemic.
Yalla, let’s eat! The New Arab embarks on a quest to discover a true Yemeni culinary experience, and finds it in Liverpool.
In-depth: A near-forgotten island in the Indian Ocean, Socotra was outshadowed by the conflict raging in Yemen, allowing the UAE to turn it into a military outpost and tourist hotspot.
All flights cancelled as national airline company workers strike for higher pay
An alleged Saudi airstrike in Taiz province, central Yemen, has killed a family of five, including three children, while a second strike hit an ambulance carrying the injured to hospital.
At BAE's annual meeting, chairman dodges questions on the involvement of its staff in aiding Saudi military operations in Yemen.