Yemen's Houthi fighters fired missiles at storage tanks at an Aden refinery on Saturday, starting a large fire, and 14 people were killed in clashes between the Houthis and Saudi-led forces near th
Photo: Yemeni children are terrified from the bombing
The World Bank has suspended its operations in Yemen this week, which adds to blows to the country's economy which has been faltering due to persistent political instability.
The deteriorating situation in Yemen with regard to the lack of political and economic stability have driven downward the value of the Yemeni riyal against the dollar and other key currencies.
Yemen's dominant Shi'ite Muslim Houthi militia seized the offices of a political conciliation body late on Wednesday, hours after the president refused U.N.-brokered talks with their powerful movem
Fears of economic collapse are causing Yemeni citizens to withdraw their US dollar savings from banks and keep the dollars at home. Yemen is facing economic collapse for several reasons:
Yemen suffered a drop of around $1 billion, or 37 percent, in revenue from oil exports last year due to nosediving crude prices and the sabotage of pipelines, the central bank said Saturday.
Aix-en-Provence, France: A French court Thursday ordered Yemenia airline to pay more than 30 million euros ($34 million) in damages to the families of victims of a deadly 2009 crash off the Comoros
Yemen is on the brink of a real economic disaster after the Shiite Houthi group tightened its grip on power and the government was paralysed by years of political struggle since the 2011 upheaval,
Calgary-based oil producer Calvalley Petroleum Inc. isn’t taking any chances when it comes to protecting its people and production in Yemen.