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Yemen’s children starve as conflict drags into seventh year

WorldNews Tuesday, 7 July 2020
Yemen’s children starve as conflict drags into seventh yearSanaa — Masirah Saqer can barely open her eyes, as she struggles to swallow the milk her grandmother tries to feed her with a syringe. Nearby the cries of other malnourished children reverberate around the pink-walled hospital ward, a vivid reminder of the human cost of Yemen’s devastating conflict, which drags into a seventh year on Tuesday. Masirah, just short of three months old, is undergoing treatment at Al-Sabyine hospital's infant malnutrition department in the capital Sanaa. Swaddled in a pink and white comforter, her tiny frame and slender limbs dwarfed by the full-sized bed on which her...
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