More than 1,000 people have died because of the bacterial infection Cholera in Yemen. People there not only suffer from epidemics, but from an ongoing civil war, attacks and famine.
The UN has called the war in Yemen the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Karl-Otto Zentel, general secretary of humanitarian agency CARE Germany-Luxemburg, describes the human suffering in this overlooked conflict.
Former President Ali Abdullah Saleh has said he is ready for a "new page" in ties with the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen, in a bid to end nearly three years of war. His call was welcomed by the Saudi coalition.
Yemen's former President Ali Abdullah Saleh has been killed by Houthi fighters, his political party has confirmed. His death comes days after he abruptly ended a three-year-old alliance with Iran-aligned rebels in Yemen.
Yemen has received its first food aid delivery after almost three weeks, following Saudi Arabia's earlier promise to reopen port access to the besieged country. War in Yemen has left some 7 million people facing famine.
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