Map. History of Yemen conflict

16 December 2017
Arab coalition fighters destroy reinforcements of the Houthi militias on their way to the Bihan in Shabwa
The Houthis rocket battalion fired an M-2 ballistic missile towards a Saudi command center in the southern countryside of the Jizan Region tonight
Coalition airstrike targeted Houthi reinforcements heading to Bayhan from Bayda at Aqabat Al-Qantha. Shabwa
Houthi vehicle burning near Jabal Raydan in Bayhan Shabwa.
Map of current situation in Bayhan. Red arrows show initial movement of army and resistance, blue areas captured today, green still under Houthi control.
Houthi vehicle captured in Bayhan. Shabwa
Army and Southern Resistance forces entering Al-Nuqub area of Bayhan Shabwa.
Pro-Hadi Yemeni forces control the new positions in the province of Al-Jawf, leading to the consolidation of the Jouf and Saada fronts
US presented for the first time pieces of what it said were Iranian weapons supplied to the Iran-aligned Houthi militia in Yemen. Iran says : It's "fabricated"
Finally debris of the Burkan-2H ballistic missile launched at SaudiArabia by Houthi rebels on 04/11/17 was unveiled by US gov today. It shows that the missile is similar to IRGC's Qiyam-1 IRBM. All or majority of the missile parts are manufactured in Iran
The Defense Department has posted 78 photos and 5 videos from afternoon's briefing on Iranian weapons proliferation
DoD is being quite transparent with this Houthi-fired Burqan-2H (Scud-C derivative) that the US is claiming is a modified Iranian Qiam. Huge gallery of high-resolution images
U.S Amb. to UN Nikki Haley: "The fight against Iranian aggression is the world's fight This missile was used to attack an international civilian airport in Saudi Arabia. Just imagine if this missile had been launched at Dulles Airport or JFK, or the airports in Paris, London, or Berlin."
The U.S. is arguing that the missile (Burkan-2) the Houthis fired at Saudi Arabia was allegedly an Iranian Qiam. (Notice the display in the background.)
Coalition spokesman: Iran must be held accountable for arms smuggling to the Houthis
"You will see us build a coalition to really push back against Iran and what they're doing," @nikkihaley says, standing in front of remnants of alleged Iran missile fired from Yemen into Saudi Arabia.
The Iran missile behind her, other evidence on display today "is from the last 2 attacks coming from Yemen" per @nikkihaley "This is blatant violation of what they are not supposed to be doing"
"We're not just seeing activity in Yemen. What we're also seeing is activity in Lebanon Iraq Syria - and we'll be able to show all of those" per US Amb @nikkihaley
"When you look at this missile, this is terrifying, absolutely terrifying" per US Amb @nikkihaley
"It was made in Iran and then sent to Houthi militants in Yemen" per @nikkihaley
"Behind me is an example… the recovered pieces of a missile fired by Houthi militants from Yemen in to SaudiArabia" per @nikkihaley, says intended target was civilian airport
A US official tells CNN evidence to be presented by @nikkihaley will include components of two Qiam-1 ballistic missiles which were recovered from Saudi Arabia after Houthi rebels fired them into Saudi Arabia in Nov/July. Iranian-made drones and anti-tank weapons also to be shown
Defense officials tell CNN that the Trump administration will present evidence Thursday at the Defense Intelligence Agency of what it says is proof that Iran has provided missiles to Houthi rebels in Yemen, missiles like those the rebels have recently fired into Saudi Arabia
Video as Houthis blown up a building in Jazan province of Saudi Arabia
Houthi blew up the building with pro-Hadi fighters in Saudi Jizan province. At least 3 soldiers killed.
[email protected]: It's not the bombs or bullets that kill the most people in Yemen's forgotten war, it's the humanitarian crisis.
AAE-1 submarine cable entered service in June and reached Mualla Aden early this year but is not yet connected in Aden. It offers an initial capacity of 40 Tbps.
MSF in Yemen says it's seeing hundreds of cases of diphtheria, a disease that had been almost globally eradicated. Half the suspected cases are children
Yemeni source: Coalition raids kills Houthi leader Maqbol Jarab Abu Qahtan and seven of his companions in the region of Hiran
IED explodes in a container next to Martyr Naji school in Lawdar city Abyan starting a fire. No casualties. Security Belt forces deployed in the vicinity. Yemen