efe-epaBy Jaled Abdala Sanaa

Thirty years after the reunification of north and south Yemen, the Arab country is sliding into fragmentation and chaos as a result of a bitter, multifaceted armed conflict riddled with regional interference.

In April, southern separatists declared self-rule, breaking the fragile pact with the Yemeni government, which is based in the coastal city of Aden, ousted from the capital Sana’a by Houthi rebels.EFE-EPA