Saudi Arabia's Aramco crude oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais were attacked on Sept. 14, cutting oil production by nearly six million barrels a day.
The United Nations says its panel of experts on Yemen have arrived in Saudi Arabia to investigate an attack on the kingdom's oil facilities.
One of the deadliest incidents of the Yemen War is coming back to cause trouble for the Saudi authorities, with a call for war crimes investigations in the U.S. and U.K. launched today.
Airstrikes hit Yemeni government forces heading to the southern port city of Aden to fight separatists backed by the UAE, killing at least 30 troops.
The Islamic State and al-Qaeda are waging a deadly contest for territory, recruits and influence in Yemen that is dividing tribes and deepening instability in the Middle East's poorest nation, according to tribal leaders, security officials and analysts.
Alleged war crimes investigation: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may find that his travel options are curtailed in the future.
U.N. experts on Thursday inspected a shipment of weapons recently seized by the U.S. Navy that American officials suspect could provide new evidence of Iranian support for Houthi rebels in Yemen.
The U.S. military seized more than 1,000 Kalashnikov assault rifles being smuggled by small ships in the Gulf of Aden amid the ongoing war in nearby Yemen.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Tuesday the U.S. intends to continue backing the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen.
Thousands of civilians continue to flee the strategic port city of Hodeida while those remaining are gripped by perpetual fear of airstrikes, residents and aid workers said Thursday, as diplomats press for a cease-fire and peace talks.