Abdulrahman Al-Ansi

Yemen's racehorses battle starvation as war grinds on

Dec 01 2021

SANAA In her prime, Out Time was one of Yemen's fastest horses, winning the capital Sanaa's annual championship race in 2018 and placing second in 2019.

Prices soar as Yemen's rival central banks tussle away from the battlefield

Jul 14 2021

ADEN, Yemen Yemeni security guard Riyad Qassem is struggling to feed his family in the southern port city of Aden, where the price of the staple 'rooti' loaf of bread has soared 50% in a month and its portion halved in size.

As war destroys Yemen's present, museums struggle to preserve its past

Jun 14 2021

(This June 9 story corrects to say Yemeni authorities are working with the World Monuments Fund not the Global Heritage Fund in the 12th paragraph) | Video

Mouth-watering snacks bring joy to Yemen during Ramadan

Apr 21 2021

SANAA At the thought of breaking his Ramadan fast with a snack of sambusa, a deep-fried savoury pastry triangle popular in Yemen, Issa al-Shabi's face lights up with joy.

Yemen's children starve as U.N. seeks billions to avoid vast 'man-made' famine

Feb 27 2021

SANAA/NEW YORK Ahmadiya Juaidi's eyes are wide as she drinks a nutrition shake from a large orange mug, her thin fingers grasping the handle. Her hair is pulled back and around her neck hangs a silver necklace with a heart and the letter A.

As fuel shortage worsens, Yemeni bakers return to firewood

Feb 16 2021

SANAA Bakers in the Yemeni capital Sanaa have swapped diesel and gas for firewood due to fuel shortages to keep making bread in a country where hunger is widespread after years of war.

Yemenis welcome Biden move to halt coalition support, mistrust persists

Feb 05 2021

SANAA Yemenis greeted a pledge by President Joe Biden to halt U.S. support for the Saudi-led military campaign in Yemen with a mixture of optimism and scepticism amid deep concerns about the extent of the damage caused by the six-year war. | Video

The African refugees and migrants trapped inside Yemen's war

Jun 20 2020

ADEN/SANAA Despite six years of war and hardship in Yemen, Somali refugee Bader Hassan had stuck it out hoping for a better life than in his homeland.

Saudi-led ceasefire in Yemen begins, lifting hopes for peace

Apr 09 2020

ADEN/SANAA A nationwide ceasefire in response to the global coronavirus outbreak went into effect in Yemen on Thursday, raising hope for an end to the five-year-old war that has pushed millions to the brink of famine. | Video

Yemenis go solar amid war energy shortage

Nov 17 2019

SANAA When electricity was cut to Yemen's capital four years ago after war broke out, Ebrahim al-Faqih saw a gap in the market and started selling solar panels.

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