Without female staff in the field, aid groups say they have trouble doing basic services such as identification checks to distribute food
'The Houthis lean more toward the option of a military confrontation than current negotiations'
Almadi was sentenced to 16 years in Saudi prison last October, with the sentence lengthened to 19 years last month before his release on Tuesday
'Our friends in Riyadh isolated everyone... Maybe it helps in the negotiations, but it creates skepticism among friends and stakeholders'
Yemen is living in 'exceptional situations whose reasons are the coup and war waged by the terrorist Houthi militia trained and funded by the Iranian regime'
Donors have pledged nearly $1.2 billion to help the United Nations deliver aid this year to an estimated 21.6 million people going hungry in Yemen
Yemen’s internationally-recognized government saw its public finances worsen after the Houthis hampered oil exports with a series of attacks
'The pressure is mounting' as African migrants face criminal gangs, traffickers, and smugglers en route to Gulf states through Yemen
'In the past two months alone, we and our partners have prevented more than 5,000 weapons and 1.6 million rounds from reaching Yemen'
Despite a showing of 'general military restraint' by both sides, 'a simple miscalculation could reignite a cycle of violence that will be difficult to reverse'