The UNHCR said on August 17 that it was building 4,700 eco-friendly transitional shelters in Hajjah, Yemen, for more than 30,000 internally displaced people. The UNHCR said that Hajjah hosts almost 20..
Watch VideoEighteen million Yemenis, nearly two thirds of the country's population, don't know where their next meal is coming from. And it could get much worse. We want to warn you some of this.. Newsy
Aid agencies express alarm and surprise over conditions in a northern district of Yemen where some starving families have not been receiving help and have been forced to boil leaves of a wild vine to.. News24 Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •FOXNews.com
A recent bout of fighting between Yemeni government forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition and Shiite rebels around the Red Sea port city of Hodeida could jeopardize shipments of 46,000 tons of wheat.. FOXNews.com
Yemenis in an isolated pocket in the north have been reduced to eating boiled leaves from a local vine to stave off starvation, with no aid reaching many families who need it most. (Sept. 14)
CAIRO (AP) — In a remote pocket of northern Yemen, many families with starving children have nothing to eat but the leaves of a local vine, boiled into a sour, acidic green paste. International aid.. New Zealand Herald
After more than three years of devastating war in Yemen, there are new efforts being carried out in Geneva for a peaceful solution. The United Nations Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths hopes that the.. Eurasia Review
"We realised that civilians felt really trapped and were almost suffering more from this abandonment and isolation than from the airstrikes. Every day was a real struggle for people in Yemen just to.. France 24
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*GOTHENBURG* — I'm often asked: “Where do Yemenis escape to?" Syrians largely flee to Lebanon and Turkey, but where do Yemenis go?
“The majority cannot afford to.. Worldcrunch