Negotiations In Yemen’s War Must Continue To Adequately Address Food Insecurity, Cholera Outbreak, U.N. Envoy Says

NPR: Despite Stalemate In Yemen, People Face Famine And Cholera Outbreak
“A civil war in Yemen appears to be at a stalemate, but the U.N. is warning it has created a disastrous humanitarian situation which is only getting worse. Yemen was already one of the poorest countries among its neighbors. Now a third of its population faces famine while a massive cholera outbreak continues. This has become a grim routine for the U.N. special envoy on Yemen. Ould Cheikh Ahmed was back at the U.N. Security Council today, saying he’s still trying to get the warring sides to sit down and talk…” (Kelemen, 10/10).

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