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Rally Round the Flag in Riyadh

Saudis are cheering on the war in Yemen. But will they still be celebrating when the kingdom turns up the heat on the Islamic State?

Report

In Yemen, Trying to Save People Without Selling Out

Yemenis desperately need hundreds of millions of dollars in humanitarian aid being offered by Saudi Arabia. But relief workers are wary of taking the money while Saudi airstrikes continue.

Argument

Everyone Is Losing Yemen’s War

Saudi Arabia wants to convince the world that it is on the verge of victory in the poverty-stricken country. The truth is, only more destruction and death lies ahead.

The Cable

Tensions Cool as U.S., Iranian Ships Back Out of the Gulf of Aden

The Iranian "flotilla" looks to be heading back home, defusing tensions in the Gulf of Aden

Passport

Yemen Is ‘Going Completely Down the Drain,’ Says U.N. Refugees Chief

Confronted with a new crisis for refugees in Yemen, the UNHCR chief is also grappling with how to get Europe to embrace a unified asylum policy in the wake of last weekend's deadly Mediterranean shipwreck.

Report

Saudi Arabia Signals Bombs Will Continue to Drop in Yemen

Riyadh says it wants a peaceful solution, but will continue its air war in Yemen as long as Iranian-backed rebels continue their offensive.

Passport

For Military Operations From Somalia to Saudi Arabia, Hope Is a 4-Letter Word

The Saudi military intervention in Yemen shares a name with the failed U.S. mission to Somalia.

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