Houthis, Sunni extremist groups, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and others have threatened the Jewish community in Yemen
The UN recorded more than 100 civilian deaths in a bombing on a crowded market (not pictured) on Tuesday
'It’s hardly a matter of pride that misery in Yemen is Made in Britain'
The Dutch parliament cited Saudi mass executions and the bombing campaign in Yemen
Saudi Arabia has been accused of bombing civilians with European-made equipment during in its war in Yemen
UN says Saudi-led raids on schools, medical facilities, mosques and markets have violated international humanitarian laws
Munir al-Hakami, 37, and his wife Suaad Hujaira, 30, both worked for state channel Yemen TV, which is controlled by Houthi rebels
UN children's programme warns of new wave of young recruits in Middle East and African conflicts
Foreign Office minister Tobias Ellwood suggests ‘media savvy’ Houthi rebels may have skewed evidence in UN report
Joint committee of MPs is set to investigate claims British-made weapons may have been used against civilian targets
Speaking at PMQs, David Cameron said: 'We have the strictest rules for arms exports [of] almost any country anywhere in the world'
Time is gradually lost because everyday life as we know it has almost come to a stop
Almigdad Mojalli was travelling through the southern Saref suburb when warplanes struck
We have condemned them in the lightest terms. The implication is that the good old Saudis have simply let us down – fallen from their previously high moral principles
The projectile dropped on the Shiara Hospital is thought to be the latest in a series attack on health facilities directly managed or supported by MSF
Five years ago, waves of popular protest began to spread, thrillingly, across the Arab world. Is anyone better off as a result? Patrick Cockburn reflects