Journalist Adel Al-Hasani told HuffPost how the UAE and its allies in Yemen tried to silence him, and warned of further human rights violations.
When six-year-old best friends Ayaan and Mikaeel from east London learned about the humanitarian crisis in Yemen they decided to do what they could to help. The pair set up a lemonade stand in the hope of raising a small sum – but went on to raise more than £40,000.
Even at this late stage, May, Hunt and their colleagues must finally do the right thing and end their support for this awful war – every day they don't will be another day of bombardment
The prime minister called for an end to the civil war.
Why can’t the British government speak up and put an end to their involvement in this brutal war?
The Yemeni mother of a toddler being treated at a California hospital obtained a waiver to visit her son, Abdullah, Tuesday after her family’s story spread across social media.
The Government Has An Opportunity To Finally Stand Up For What Is Right, Instead Of Shielding Its Ally Saudi Arabia From Accountability In Yemen
The UK Government must use this week as an opportunity to finally stand up for what is right
The Houthis are an evil group which grows stronger with every condemnation we make of their opposition – it is not in our character to appease such a threat
'It’s clear from Theresa May’s response that she’s not backing that.'
Jamal Khashoggi's Case Has Captured The World’s Attention, But We Shouldn’t Lose Sight Of Saudi Arabia’s Role In Yemen
It may be that Khashoggi's disappearance becomes a defining moment in UK-Saudi relations. But perhaps this defining moment should have come sooner