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Yemen faces largest cholera epidemic in world
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of suspected cholera cases in war-ravaged Yemen has reached half a million since the start of the ongoing civil war in 2015 between the internationally-recognized Yemeni government and a collection of rebels led by the Shiite Houthis.
UN: Air raids on Yemen exceed last year’s rate
The number of airstrikes on Yemen in the first half of 2017 has already exceeded the total for 12 months last year, according to a UN report.
Saudi crown prince ‘wants out’ of war on Yemen: Leaked emails
Purported emails recently leaked show that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is seeking an exit from the war that Saudi Arabia has been waging against Yemen on his initiative, more than two years into a conflict the Riyadh regime has been unable to win.
Roadside bomb explosion kills 12 civilians in southwestern Yemen: Local sources
At least 12 civilians have been killed and many others have sustained injuries in southern Yemen after a roadside bomb went off under a vehicle, local sources say.
WHO: Yemen cholera cases soar past half-million
Cholera is believed to have affected more than 500,000 people and killed nearly 2,000 since late April, the World Health Organization said Monday.
Iran, UN call for end to human tragedy in Yemen
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and the United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed called for steps to bring the human tragedy in the Arab country to an end.
Yemen's blood bank faces threat of closure within days (video)
Yemen's blood bank sent out an urgent appeal to anyone who will listen as war and a blockade on the capital, Sana’a, may force the center to close within a week.
Over 10,000 Yemenis die due to Saudi aerial blockade: Right group
The Saudi-led restrictions on Yemen’s airspace and the closure of its main airport in Sana’a has led to the deaths of over 10,000 people in the impoverished Arab nation over the past year, a rights group says.
UN angry again with Saudi bombardment of Yemen
The spokesman of the United Nations Secretary-General, reacting to Saudis' killing of Yemeni civilians in bombardments and the Red Cross report, said that the UN secretary-general has repeatedly expressed his anger with the air raids in Yemen.
Yemen urges active EU role in conflict resolution efforts
Yemen’s Supreme Political Council, which runs state affairs, has voiced its readiness to support any measure aimed at resolving the deadly conflict in the impoverished state, calling on the European Union (EU) to play an active role in the process.
Lack of funding may force Yemen to shut down national blood bank: Official
Yemen’s national blood bank may be forced to close due to a lack of funds as the impoverished country continues to suffer from a deadly military aggression by Saudi Arabia.
UN condemns Saudi brutality after airstrikes on civilians
A top United Nations official in Yemen said reported airstrikes in which at least 12 civilians were killed, including children, were an example of the "disregard" for civilians' safety shown by all the combatants in Yemen's war.
Saudi-led airstrike kills nine family members in Yemen
A Saudi-led airstrike killed nine members of the same family in Yemen, local officials said.
One million Yemeni children at risk of cholera -charity
More than one million malnourished young children in war-torn Yemen are at risk of cholera, the charity Save the Children warned on Wednesday as it began sending more health experts to the worst-hit areas.
One million Yemeni children at risk of cholera -charity
More than one million malnourished young children in war-torn Yemen are at risk of cholera, the charity Save the Children warned on Wednesday as it began sending more health experts to the worst-hit areas.

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