The capture of Yemen port city Hodeida may strike a serious militarily blow against the Houthis, but it also has the potential to seriously exacerbate one of the region’s most dire…
Yemeni forces supported by a Saudi-led coalition confirmed on Wednesday their operation to reclaim Hodeida from Huthi rebels, despite UN warnings of a "catastrophic" impact.
Teaching manuals in Gulf Arab-financed mosques in Belgium promote anti-semitic stereotypes of Jews and call for the persecution of homosexuals, according to a leaked Belgian intelligence…
Iraqi-Saudi ties have thawed significantly recently, becoming stronger than they have been in three decades.
As international migration continues to grow rapidly all over the world, it makes legal frameworks that protect the rights of the most vulnerable of migrants a dire necessity.
Two British human rights lawyers want Saudi Arabia to be suspended from the UN Human Rights Council over 61 people "arbitrarily detained or disappeared" by the country's authorities.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been a critic of human rights despite optimism that he would turn Saudi Arabia's track record as a rights abuser around.
A Saudi-led military coalition on Monday announced $1.5 billion in new humanitarian aid for Yemen, after the UN made a record appeal for assistance.
Intensified hostilities in Yemen have forced more than 32,000 people to flee their homes in the past two months, the United Nations said.
Activists have decried the rise of U.S. President Donald J. Trump and his embrace of populist strongmen as a blow to the global campaign for human rights.
Two separate air raids by the Saudi-led Arab coalition killed 68 Yemeni civilians in one day, the U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen said on Thursday.
French President Macron has urged Saudi Arabia's King Salman to "lift entirely the blockade" against Yemen so that humanitarian aid can be delivered.
Israeli Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz wants Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to visit, his spokesman said Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates put forward $130 million Wednesday towards fighting jihadists in West Africa's Sahel region.
Participants at the Young Arab Media Leaders Program in Dubai said press freedom in their home countries was lacking, but improving.