Yemen’s Huthi rebels celebrate ‘September 21 Revolution’ in Sanaa | AFP

Yemen’s Huthi rebels celebrate the “September 21 Revolution”, referring to the September 21, 2014 when the rebel group took control of the capital Sanaa, on Tahrir square in the Yemeni capital.

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Huthis claim responsibility for attack on Saudi oil installations

Yahya Saree, spokesperson for Yemen’s Huthi rebels, claims responsibility for the attacks on vital oil installations carried out with seven drones that temporarily shut down one of Saudi Arabia’s major oil pipelines, and says that they are ready to carry out more of such attacks.

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Videographic explaining the background to the acute crisis in Yemen. The war in Yemen has left thousands dead and triggered the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, according to the United Nations. The conflict, between Huthi rebels and pro-government troops escalated in March 2015, when a Saudi-led military coalition intervened against the rebels.VIDEOGRAPHIC

Risk of famine in Yemen

Videographic showing areas of Yemen threatened with famine. Yemen’s flashpoint city of Hodeida was calm on Tuesday following heavy clashes that erupted after a UN-brokered ceasefire began. Impoverished Yemen has been mired in fighting between the Huthi rebels and troops loyal to President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi since 2014.VIDEOGRAPHICS

Yemen fishermen face starvation at home or death at sea

Fishermen at a harbour in the battle-scarred Red Sea city of Hodeida struggle to survive as they are forced to fish close to the shore due to the danger of being shot or intercepted at sea, thus limiting their daily catch. Hodeida, home to Yemen’s most vital port, has been the target of a fierce pro-government offensive to reseize it from Huthi rebels who have held it since 2014.

WFP calls for the defence of Yemen’s Hodeida

Images distributed by the UN’s World Food Programme show armed men in Hodeida, malnourished children at a hospital in rebel-held Sanna and World Food Programme aid being delivered to the port city of Hodeida. For five months, pro-government alliance led by Saudi Arabia and the UAE has fought intermittently to drive the Huthi rebels from the city, home to a port that is the entry point of nearly 80 percent of Yemen’s imports.

Yemeni pro-government forces advance towards Hodeida

Yemeni pro-government forces advance towards the port city of Hodeida, controlled by Huthi rebels, as they continue to battle for the control of the city. Government troops and rebels clashed again Tuesday near a Yemeni port city crucial for humanitarian aid, where hundreds of thousands of civilians could be trapped as war closes in. IMAGES

Yemenis seek safety from landmines at IDP camp in Khokha

Displaced Yemenis take shelter at the al-Waara camp in the Khokha district as millions are caught up in a dragging war in which Huthi rebels have been fighting for more than three years against the Yemeni government, which is backed by a Saudi-led military coalition. While the Saudi-led coalition has come under fire for air raids that have killed civilians, including children, in rebel-held areas, the Huthis have been accused of widespread and indiscriminate use of landmines.

Pro- and anrti-Huthi Yemenis mark different events

Huthi loyalists in the Yemeni capital Sanaa celebrate the Prophet Mohammed’s birthday while Yemenis loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in the southern port city of Aden mark the 50th anniversary of the independence of southern Yemen from Britain.

Yemenis struggle with tears, shortages as blockade wears on

After years of war that has seen a Saudi-led coalition battling Iran-backed Huthi rebels impose a blockade on Yemen, the UN has already warned that seven million people in the country are on the verge of starvation. But now a decision by Riyadh and its allies to tighten the screws on all land, sea and air borders in response to a Huthi missile attack has sent prices spiralling further — and ratcheted up fears of a looming famine.

Yemenis struggle with tears, shortages as blockade wears on

After years of war that has seen a Saudi-led coalition battling Iran-backed Huthi rebels impose a blockade on Yemen, the UN has already warned that seven million people in the country are on the verge of starvation. But now a decision by Riyadh and its allies to tighten the screws on all land, sea and air borders in response to a Huthi missile attack has sent prices spiralling further — and ratcheted up fears of a looming famine. AN AFPTV VOICED REPORT