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The chief of the UN mission in Hodeidah, currently under Houthi guard in a Sana'a hotel under the pretext of coronavirus quarantine, has been unable to secure the ship's release

Houthis detain UN ship carrying government officials in Hodeidah 

Kylian Mbappe was tested for coronavirus earlier this month, but Ander Herrera was in a worse condition.

Coronavirus: I felt worse than Mbappe when he was tested for COVID-19 – Herrera

The Premier League season is under threat due to coronavirus, but Manchester United will ensure supporters are not left out of pocket.

Coronavirus: Man Utd to reimburse season ticket holders if remaining home games called off

Troops at Qayyarah airbase in northern Iraq withdraw after deadly rocket attacks on bases with coalition personnel.

US-led coalition withdraws from Iraq airbase after rocket attacks

UN Secretary-General António Guterres called on the parties to work with Martin Griffiths to de-escalate and resume an inclusive Yemeni-led political process

Yemen government, STC and Houthis welcome UN call for coronavirus ceasefire

The Yemeni Women's Union, which helped publicize the case, has since faced retaliation from local authorities

Ibb court annuls marriage between 10-year-old girl and predatory lawyer

Several houses have been destroyed in landslides, as flooded streets sweep away cars

Aden’s death toll rises in ongoing floods

Samira Abdullah Al-Hori said she was told to lure Houthi government officials with sex and film it to use as blackmail against the officials in case they tried to defect

Female ex-detainee accuses Houthi authorities of sexual abuses in and outside detention centers

Authorities in different areas of the war-torn country are implementing their own strategies

Across Yemen, local authorities prepare for potential spread of coronavirus

After tribesmen from the Aal Al-Jawf Qaifa and Sadat Ryam tribes intervened in a scuffle between children, the ensuing clashes spread throughout the city

Playground dispute spirals into tribal battle in Al-Baydha capital

The shipment was held up due to an ongoing dispute between the STC and the internationally recognized government in Aden over control of the coronavirus response

Coronavirus aid shipment stalled in Aden port amid Yemen government, STC power struggle

While there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Yemen, the threat of the disease is already affecting the fragile economy

Yemeni parliamentarian calls for rent relief amid coronavirus fears

Afghani resident is first COVID-19 fatality in kingdom, where a nationwide curfew is in effect, as GCC cases hit 2,100.

Saudi Arabia reports first coronavirus death

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics is to be postponed to the summer of 2021, the IOC has confirmed

Tokyo 2020 Postponed for one Year - IOC

Contingency plans are in place at the request of the WHO and supported by the Saudi-led coalition and international NGOs inside Yemen

WHO, World Bank prepare Yemen coronavirus response

"We told the judge not to sentence a dead guy to death,” the lawyer handling the case said, calling the verdict "the strangest of its kind in the history of trials throughout the ages"

Houthi court sentences dozens of military commanders to death, including one who’s already dead