Loyalists and rebel forces in Yemen say they will honor a UN-brokered ceasefire that came into effect at midnight on Monday. Despite reports of some violations, analysts say the truce is being largely upheld so far.
At least 35 people have been killed in raids on Sanaa, Yemen's capital. Medical sources say two airstrikes hit a small hotel just outside the capital.
More than 50 Ethiopians and Somalis are feared drowned off Yemen, allegedly after smugglers forced them to jump ship. It's the second such incident reported in two days; the first claimed at least 50 lives.
Yemen is in the midst of a humanitarian catastrophe, yet after two years of intense fighting, it has been dubbed "the forgotten war." DW looks at the key points in understanding the crisis.
Yemen has found itself in the middle of a humanitarian catastrophe. Even as the country battles with crumbling infrastructure, hunger and disease, the Saudi Arabia-led military intervention continues.
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