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UN Warns 18.4 Millions of Yemenis Expected to face Starvation 2018

Herland Report: The United Nations aid chief urged the Saudi-led military coalition that controls Yemen’s ports to expedite imports of food and fuel supplies, warning that a further 10 millions of Yemenis expected to face starvation by year-end, writes Reuters.

Yemenis in danger of starving to death may rise from 8.4 million today to 18.4 million by December, 2018. That’s three times the estimated death toll of Jews killed during the Holocaust, comments Whitney Webb at Mint Press.

Yemen is the battle ground where geopolitical forces in the region are fighting for control, while its people are the victims. The Bab el Mandeb strait, which is the fourth most important strait for oil transportation, now lies in the Houthi rebel hands, non tolerable to the Saudis. (Photo: The Hindu)

Take the time to watch these two videos, one by The Hindu on the current humanitarian tragedy in Yemen and the other, a short history of Yemen by Geo History.


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