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Yemen's Houthi movement forces are seen during withdrawal from Saleef port in Hodeidah province

A drone attack at a Saudi Arabia airport killed one person and wounded seven people

The Houthi rebels from Yemen, who are backed by Iran, attacked an airport in Abha, Saudi Arabia. They have been fighting an Arab coalition since 2015.
Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a news conference at the Ministry of Defence in Tel Aviv, Israel, April 30, 2018.

Israel’s Netanyahu appeared to admit his country was trying to advance a ‘war with Iran’

Israel frequently strikes Iranian targets in Syria. Iranian forces in Syria and its partners in the region frequently fire missiles at Israel.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers in Congress are renewing efforts to end US support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen.

Inspired by Jamal Khashoggi’s killing, lawmakers renew fight to defy Trump and end US support for Saudi Arabia in Yemen

"We look forward to quickly passing this resolution to end US support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen," Sen. Bernie Sanders said on Wednesday.
National Liberation Army (ELN) soldiers standing in formation in Arauca province, Colombia, in 2002.

These are the world’s 20 most dangerous countries, and photos showing what life is like there

Countries were ranked on prevalence of terrorism, homicide, organized crime and unreliable or corrupt police forces by the World Economic Forum.
An image from an undated video released by Houthi rebels appearing to show a captured US Navy unmanned underwater vehicle.

Houthi rebels captured what appears to be a US Navy underwater drone off the coast of Yemen

The unmanned underwater vehicle was called a "spying device," but a US official said it was being used for scientific research.
Saudi special forces soldiers with G36C assault rifles.

Saudi Arabia has the best military equipment money can buy — but it’s still not a threat to Iran

Saudi Arabia has one of the most impressive arsenals in the world, large ambitions, and a very capable rival. What it doesn't have is realistic capability.
A man reacts at the site of a Saudi-led, US-supported coalition air strike in Yemen in 2015.

Members of Congress still haven’t voted on the US war in Yemen — and few say why

Congress has failed to hold a vote on whether it should authorize US military force in Yemen, so a journalist asked lawmakers why. Few answered.