U.N., Aid Groups Warn Of Worsening Humanitarian Crisis In Yemen, Call For Safe Passage For Those Trapped In Port City

VOA News: Aid Groups Plead Safe Passage for Yemenis Trapped in Hodeida
“International aid groups pled Wednesday for the residents of a Yemeni port city trapped between warring government forces and Iranian-backed rebels to be allowed safe passage out of the crossfire. The non-governmental organization Save the Children said one of its medical clinics had been damaged in the fighting in the densely populated Red Sea city of Hodeida, home to a population of about 600,000…” (11/7).

VOA News: U.N.: 400,000 Malnourished Children at Risk of Dying in War-Torn Yemen
“U.N. agencies warn hundreds of thousands of severely malnourished children in war-torn Yemen could die because of food shortages and lack of money to provide life-saving therapeutic treatment. … The U.N. children’s fund warns 400,000 children under age five are suffering from severe acute malnutrition and are at risk of dying…” (Schlein, 11/7).

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