President calls operation that left Navy Seal and civilians dead 'highly successful'
Deal was previously blocked over concerns of human rights violations
Activist Gabriella Gillespie tells of harrowing experiences as she accepts True Honour Award and warns abuses a problem in UK as well as overseas
Yasir al-Silmi died alongside, Usayd al-Adnani, an emir with al Qaeda in the Arabic Peninsula, the Pentagon says
Saudi-led coalition accused of 'turning aid and commercial supplies into weapons of war'
Mission had not been signed off by Barack Obama but new US President approved the plan days after taking office
Bill Owens, who is calling for an investigation into the controversial raid, says 'I told them I didn't want to make a scene about it, but my conscience wouldn't let me talk to him'
More than a million lives are hoped to be saved by the measures
His latest Twitter rant claims that the US Navy Seal who died was part of a successful mission
According to campaigners, since the start of the war Britain has approved export licences for arms worth £3.1bn to the Saudi regime
Former president blocked deals over concerns of human rights violations
Reported decision would mark major set back for new US president, who has emphasised tackling Islamic extremism is a priority of his administration
Findings come days before judicial review into UK arms exports to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen
Jihadist group takes advantage of desertion of government forces angry at late wage payment, but faces opposition from locals
The strike on an Al-Qaeda camp was first US special forces operation since Mr Trump's inauguration
White House communications director appeared to conflate Iran with Yemen's Houthi rebels, and confuse the United States and Saudi Arabia in muddled comments