U.N. Calls For Protection Of Civilians Caught In Yemen Conflict
U.N. News Centre: As Yemen conflict intensifies, U.N. relief chief urges all sides to do more to protect civilians
“Extremely concerned for the safety of civilians caught in the midst of ‘fierce fighting’ in Yemen, the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator called today on all parties involved to meet their obligations under international law and do their utmost to protect the ordinary women, children and men who are suffering the consequences of the conflict…” (4/2).
Associated Press/U.S. News & World Report: Civilians caught in widening conflict in Yemen, raising fears of humanitarian disaster
“Violence in Yemen has killed an estimated 519 people the past two weeks, 90 of them children, and tens of thousands are fleeing their homes, the U.N. humanitarian chief said Thursday, signs of the humanitarian damage being wreaked in the Arab world’s poorest nation in the rapid escalation of its conflict…” (Al-Haj/Lederer, 4/2).
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