Trump Administration Considers Labeling Houthi Rebels In Yemen As Terrorist Organization; Aid Groups Warn Move Would Complicate Humanitarian Aid As Nation Faces Famine

NBC News: Trump admin debates labeling Yemen’s Houthis terrorists, aid groups warn thousands face famine
“Trump administration officials are locked in an internal debate about whether to label Houthi rebels in Yemen as a terrorist organization, as aid groups and United Nations officials warn that the move could trigger a humanitarian disaster in a country that has now spent five years at war, four people familiar with the discussions told NBC News…” (Williams/De Luce, 12/6).

Additional coverage of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen is available from New Humanitarian and Reuters.

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