A German embassy employee is gunned down in the Yemeni capital.
Yemen has found itself in the middle of a humanitarian catastrophe. Even as the country battles with crumbling infrastructure, hunger and disease, the Saudi Arabia-led military intervention continues.
At least 34 people have died of cholera in just two weeks as aid groups struggle to reach patients. A sanitation workers' strike has compounded the crisis.
A donors' conference in Geneva aims to drum up billions to ease the humanitarian crisis in the war-torn Arab nation. Yemen's conflict has left 18.8 million people in need of aid, the UN says.
HRW has accused Houthi rebels and their allies in Yemen of using banned landmines. The use of landmines threatens the return of millions of displaced people to their homes.
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