War In Yemen Continues To Exacerbate Humanitarian Crisis, Pushes 7M People To Brink Of Famine

Financial Times: Yemenis fight for survival in country on the brink of famine
“…[M]illions of Yemenis [are] trapped in a conflict that has triggered one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises: two-thirds of the 28m population face food shortages and lack access to clean water. More than 5,000 civilians have been killed by bullets and bombs. Another 7m are on the brink of famine, according to the U.N. Now a cholera epidemic is raging across the country…” (al-Sakkaf, 9/7).

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