The Yemeni General People's Congress party, currently in Riyadh, have sacked their leader, former President Saleh and said they would hold him and his allies accountable for crimes against Yemenis.
Anti-government forces advance towards President Hadi's refuge of Aden, as Saud al-Faisal, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, hints at military intervention.
Analysis: The Houthis’ release of former Prime Minister Khalid Bahah may be part of a wider strategy to pre-empt regional talks going ahead without them in Riyadh.
After efforts made by the UN envoy to Yemen, the Houthis have released Yemeni ministers held under house arrest in Yemen for two months.
With the UN's envoy to Yemen apparently side-lined by Gulf Cooperation Council, talks between rival Yemen parties look likely to take place this month in the Saudi capital.
Analysis: The council wants the Houthis to walk back their takeover of the Yemeni state in exchange for a seat at the table in talks on the future of Yemen.
Analysis: Ahmed, son of Yemen's former ruler, comes out on top as reserve forces are deployed in and around Sanaa.
Parts of the de facto capital for Yemen's internationally recognised government has become a battleground following clashes between rival soldiers and militia.
Feature: After three years, a Saudi diplomat was recently freed by al-Qaeda and flew back to Riyadh. His remarkable story sheds light on the difficulties negotiating with the extremist group.
With efforts to restore national unity in Yemen underway, the Houthis have stormed the mission's headquarters, seizing keys and intimidating staff.