Russia has warned against an imminent military attack by Saudi Arabia against the Yemeni port city of Hudaydah, emphasizing that the offensive would exacerbate the humanitarian situation in Yemen.
At least half a dozen people have been killed and several others have sustained injuries when Saudi Arabia’s fighter jets carried out a number of airstrikes against residential areas in Yemen's northwestern province of Saada.
Political factions in Yemen have expressed full support for the newly-formed "national salvation government", vowing to help the administration accomplish its political, economic, security and military tasks for a final popular victory.
The leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement says the newly-formed national salvation government is aimed at boosting efforts to run the country’s domestic affairs and better serve the nation, saying everyone must work to pave the way for an eventual popular victory.
Yemeni military officials say Saudi Arabia and its allies have violated a recent ceasefire declared by Riyadh in the country over 114 times.
Ballistic missiles launched by Yemeni forces have destroyed a Saudi national guard barracks and severely damaged a military base in the kingdom’s region of Najran.
Yemeni forces have fired a barrage of artillery rounds at Saudi positions in the impoverished country, killing three top commanders, in retaliation for Riyadh’s deadly onslaught against the Arabian Peninsula country.
Yemen’s ruling Houthi Ansarullah movement and allies have tasked a former governor of the province of Aden with forming a new government.
Yemeni forces targeted and destroyed an Emirati frigate in a missile attack near the Red Sea port city of Mokha.
Local residents and witnesses have said that in Violation of UN-brokered truce agreement that had taken effect in the war-torn impoverished Arab country early this week, Saudi warplanes have bombarded a number of areas in the Yemeni capital, Sana’a.