Local residents and activists accuse the Houthis of tampering with Yemen's cultural heritage by seizing historic homes in Sanaa's Old City.
Eleven million children are in need of humanitarian aid, 400,000 suffer from severe malnutrition and over two million have dropped out of school.
Methods of abuse include beatings, floggings, electric shocks, stress positions, mock executions, waterboarding and sexual violence.
A declaration signed by 43 countries accused China of a litany of violations of human rights against its Muslim populuation, including torture, forced sterilisation and forced disappearances.
The Marib province district of Abdiya was declared a disaster area after a Houthi missile hit its only hospital. Meanwhile, the movement of aid and civilians is heavily restricted.
Human Rights Watch details the 'harrowing' dangers returning Syrian refugees face from regime forces.
Amnesty International is calling for an investigation into the 'suspicious' death of an inmate who testified to witnessing the torture of executed wrestler Navid Afkari.
Areas experiencing acute food shortages and high levels of malnutrition have been observed in the Houthi-controlled northern provinces.
Nearly 2,000 children have lost their lives in recent months as the Iran-backed group ramps up its attack on the northern province of Marib. Nearly 7,000 are on the frontlines.
Beijing's sinicisation policy includes removing mosques' minarets and domes, and replacing the adhan with the national anthem. Imams and worshippers say they are powerless to resist.