It was two days after the young Yemeni man was released from surgery that the doctors first noticed the smell. The bullet that wounded the leg of the 22-year-old college student had shattered bone and torn a hole in the soft tissue.
The Saudi-led coalition is strangling the economy as well as bombing the country. Desperate Yemeni families need more than just aid
Somalis and Ethiopians are arriving in record numbers, raising demand for dwindling resources. And escaping again often proves impossible
Mohammed Al Qaoud offers 8,000-book collection for sale after two years without income in the capital
Approximately three quarters [equivalent to over 22 million] of Yemen's population were in dire need of humanitarian assistance and protection.
Three years since bombs began to fall in Yemen, an on the ground aid worker looks back on the devastating impact of the war.