Operation Decisive Storm – the military offensive led by Saudi Arabia against Houthi rebels who have taken over the capital of Yemen – has devastated much of the country. The Saudis say the operation, in which nine other nations are taking part, will “take as long as necessary.” Ameera David speaks with Yemen analyst Sama’a Al-Hamdani about Saudi Arabia's tactical moves and what might happen at the end of the conflict.
Overnight airstrikes led by Saudi Arabia have hit targets in the capital of Yemen, as a campaign against Iranian allied militia goes into its fifth day.
Riyadh is leading a coalition of Sunni Muslim countries attempting to stop the advance of Shi'ite Houthi militia opposed to the rule of Yemen's President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi.
Saudi Arabia says the air strikes will continue until Hadi, who fled the country on Thursday, is able to rule.