What you need to know about the conflict in Yemen.
After waging war in a manner that made deaths from hunger and disease inevitable, the Saudi prince should be tried for starvation crimes
There is a manmade famine in Yemen, even if it has not been officially acknowledged. The man who made it is Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, and there is strong prima facie evidence that he should be charged with causing starvation in an international court.
Along with the comparably culpable Mohamed bin Zayed, crown prince of the United...
Two years after al-Qaida militants withdrew from Yemen's eastern city of Mukalla, troops from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates patrol the streets in armored vehicles, driving past secessionist murals and keeping an eye out for jihadi sleeper cells.