[Opinion] Tensions in the Arab World hit a flashpoint recently after Saudi Arabia and surrounding nations turned their underlying discontent with neighbouring Qatar into a full-blown excommunication. But questions remain, namely why and what does it mean for the region? Advertisements
At least 31 people, reportedly Somali refugees, have been killed after their boat was hit by an airstrike off the coast of Yemen.
A senior Yemeni general, the second-in-command of the Yemeni army, has been killed, following a missile attack on an army camp by Houthi rebels, in Yemen,
At least 60 people have been killed, following a series of Saudi-led airstrikes, on a security complex, in Yemen.
At least 82 people have been killed, and a further 534 people wounded, following an aistrike, reportedly by Saudi-led warplanes, on a hall filled with mourners, in the Yemeni capital, Sana’a.
At least 21 people have been killed, following two airstrikes, by Saudi-led coalition warplanes, in northern Yemen.
At least 16 people, reportedly all members of a Yemeni imam’s extended family, have been killed, following an airstrike, in Yemen.
At least seven people have been killed, and a further 13 wounded, after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike struck a hospital, in northern Yemen.
At least three suicide bombings struck, across different cities, in Saudi Arabia, in what appeared to be a coordinated attack.
The death toll for a triple suicide bombing, at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport, in Turkey, has risen to 41, with a further 239 people injured.