Families suffering as war-torn Yemen is on the brink of famine
ABC News' Ian Pannell travels to Yemen for "Nightline" where children are dying of disease and malnutrition amid a devastating civil war.
A glimpse inside Yemen's devastating civil war
ABC News' Ian Pannell gets rare access for "Nightline" behind the frontlines of the conflict in Yemen.
150,000 malnourished children in Yemen could die if left untreated, according to the UN
A Saudi-led military coalition's recent blockade of Yemen has prevented humanitarian aid from getting into the country, aid organizations warn.
American service member missing in Yemen
Time now for our intense, and the intense search for a missing American service member. U.S. Central command reporting a blackhawk helicopter like this one, crashed off Yemen's south coast during a military training mission. Five were rescued, but the one member of that team remains missing. Next
Inside a hospital treating cholera patients in Yemen
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The race against time to save 20 million in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria and Yemen from starvation
8 charity groups from U.S. band together to tackle the largest humanitarian crisis since World War II.
Two nights of air strikes in Yemen
The bombings mark an uptick in strikes in the country where Al Quaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is based.
UN emergency relief coordinator visits family during Yemen tour
United Nations emergency relief coordinator Stephen O'Brien is visiting both sides in Yemen's civil war and has urged them to guarantee more access to the country's ports to let food, fuel and medicine imports in to ward off a looming famine.
White House Calls Yemen Raid a 'Huge Success'
The Trump administration's top spokesperson called a raid in Yemen that resulted in the death of one Navy SEAL and the likely deaths of civilians a "huge success," and rebuked any criticism of the operation as a "disservice" to the fallen SEAL.
Military Officials Examine Embarrassing Mix-Up Involving Terror Raid in Yemen
The U.S. military released a bomb-making video seized during the raid and later admitted that the video was not what they thought.