Special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths calls for an end to military escalation and warns that recent developments jeopardize progress.
As its domestic problems become clear, it would be foolish to believe Iran's regional intervention will lead to positive outcomes, experts say.
Following the death of Sultan Qaboos, the sultanate has signaled that it will continue its role as a regional mediator and peacemaker.
IRGC units under Brig. Gen. Hassan Shahvarpour's command killed as many as 148 people during November protests against a gas price hike.
Aidarous al-Zoubeidi said he remains committed to the Riyadh agreement 'under the leadership of Saudi Arabia'.
Following days of denial, the regime acknowledged a missile operator had opened fire after mistaking the plane for a cruise missile.
Sanctions have been imposed on eight Iranian officials and 17 metal producers and mining companies accused of destabilising activity.
The militia's recent threats to target Saudi Arabia and the UAE are part of a media strategy to downplay its vulnerability, analysts say.
At a meeting of foreign ministers in Brussels, NATO member states called for 'restraint and de-escalation', as a new conflict would be in 'no one's interest'.
Hizbullah has little to gain and much to lose if it commits acts of vengeance after the killing of IRGC-QF commander Soleimani, experts say.