Yemen

President Joe Biden’s national security adviser Jake Sullivan is traveling to Saudi Arabia.
People fleeing to Pakistan from Afghanistan, wildfires in California, and Yemeni bicyclists riding for peace appear in some of this week's most memorable images.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE are both accused of human rights abuses — but Biden seems to believe that should only matter for the Saudis.
Journalist Adel Al-Hasani told HuffPost how the UAE and its allies in Yemen tried to silence him, and warned of further human rights violations.
No Biden staffers who signed a letter regretting Obama's Yemen policy would say on the record how the administration's support of Israel's bombardment is different.
The UN warns the Arab world’s poorest nation is speeding “towards a massive famine.”
After HuffPost reported on Adel Al-Hasani’s detention by fighters connected to the United Arab Emirates, the Biden administration pushed for his release.
The president has temporarily paused the $23 billion weapons package. His final decision will show if he's serious about building a more progressive foreign policy.
The president has stopped supporting the Saudi-led coalition bombing Yemen, but must also restore U.S. assistance for the struggling country, activists say.
Adel Al-Hasani has investigated his country's crisis for the BBC, CNN and Vice. Allies of the United Arab Emirates have imprisoned him for nearly six months.