Yemen is the poorest country in the Middle East and is on the verge of famine.
Spain's government has approval to impose direct rule under Article 155, but it's not immediately clear how that will be implemented.
The cease-fire went into force July 9.
Governor John Hickenlooper says Colorado is already having important conversations about confederate monuments and where they are best served.
Right now, an estimated 15 million Yemenis don't have access to basic health care.
David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are slated to create an alternate history series, but some are concerned with the subject matter.
Pro- and anti-government forces have agreed to a 48-hour cease-fire in the southern Syrian city of Daraa.
Warring factions in Yemen are blocking medicine and crucial supplies from entering the country.
A joint statement from the World Health Organization and UNICEF says the children died of "severe sepsis/toxicity" after getting the vaccine.
It started as Decoration Day after the Civil War and officially became a national holiday in 1971.
A new Alabama bill would ban the relocation or removal of monuments that have been around for over 20 years.
Pope Francis offered an off-the-cuff homily to the crowd at the Vatican's Easter Sunday Mass, telling his followers to look for hope amid conflict.