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King Abdullah II says Jordan is considering 'all options' over Israel's plan to annex parts of the occupied West Bank.

Jordan warns Israel of 'massive conflict' over annexation

The electricity cuts highlight growing Emirati influence on the island despite Yemeni government pushback

Socotra loses power after Yemeni officials flag unauthorized UAE ship

The public cleaning campaign followed news reports that the number of actual coronavirus infections in Sana’a dwarfs official statistics

Houthis disinfect shopping centers in bid to calm COVID-19 fears

The My Doctor app, which can be downloaded on smartphones, pairs Yemenis with doctors around the world who have volunteered to participate

Yemen's 'online hospital' connects locals in need with doctors abroad

An official in Yemen’s interim capital said the number of burial permits issued daily has jumped from about 10 to nearly 50 since COVID-19 reached the city in April

Aden logs more than 600 deaths of largely unknown causes in two weeks

The concealment of coronavirus infections follows a similar approach in Sana’a, where Houthi authorities have revealed two out of approximately 100 confirmed COVID-19 cases

Ibb: Houthis cover up COVID-19 cases through threats, nighttime burials

Gunmen kill 24 people, including 16 women and two newborns, as Afghanistan comes to terms with deadly attacks.

'Horrific act': Kabul hospital carnage shakes Afghanistan

The gas-powered electricity plant, which previously served Sana’a until the Houthi takeover, will now service Marib exclusively

Marib power plant opens for first time since 2015 

Escapees include a group of people returning from Saudi Arabia who were supposed to be quarantined for two weeks

Coronavirus patients escape enforced quarantine in Taiz and Hadhramout

Five soldiers were killed in the fighting and seven were wounded, according to a military official from the Fourth Military Region

Army takes military camp outside Abyan capital as STC deploys in Aden

Doctors have been detained, threatened and had their phones confiscated as part of Houthi measures to conceal the COVID-19 outbreak in Sana’a

Exclusive: Houthis conceal 100 coronavirus cases through threats and intimidation

Forty-four prisoners in Aden's Bir Ahmed prison are vulnerable to several disease outbreaks including coronavirus, according to the Association of Mothers of Abductees

Mothers of Abductees: Release prisoners threatened by coronavirus 

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday said tests for coronavirus have arrived in Yemen and will be distributed across the country

Deputy education minister dies after showing COVID-19 symptoms