Militants visited towns and cities during unprecedented halt in conflict
'The UK government is deeply complicit in some of the most devastating state violence in our time'
Saudi and UAE forces launched assault despite fears over impact on aid effort
Yemenis mark end of Ramadan with food, sweets and gifts in face of fight for city and prospect of country-wide famine
Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull calls it 'completely and utterly unacceptable'
International community should 'impose real costs for such blatant disregard for Palestinian lives', NGO says
Two-thirds of Yemen’s population relies on Hodeidah for food and aid. If the vital port is damaged, the country could tip over the edge into full-scale famine
Attorney general’s office is deciding whether to formally charge prime minister in two other cases after police recommended charges be brought against him
Coastal city is renegade general's last major target in east of country, where water, food, medicine and electricity are already running out
Harvard-educated Omar Razzaz, a former senior World Bank official, has been tasked with conducting a comprehensive tax review in order to offset the public’s anger over the government’s austerity programme
Supreme leader had called for Israel to be ‘removed and eradicated’
Group of 10 allowed to swap licenses obtained in other countries
'More artillery shells were launched into Raqqa than anywhere since the end of the Vietnam war' says Amnesty International
'Tehran will attack 10 times more if attacked by enemies,' Ayatollah Khamenei says