The United Nations says over eight million people in Yemen are at risk of famine. With the healthcare system all but collapsed medical supplies are low. We take a look at a pediatrician from Hodeida and her daily struggle to help children in need.
Peace talks underway in Sweden are the latest attempt to put an end to the war in Yemen through negotiations. That in itself shows how hardened the sides have become — at the expense of all of the people in the middle.
The Iran-backed Houthi rebels and the Saudi-backed Yemeni government have not met in UN-sponsored talks since 2016. The meeting is focusing on building confidence between the two parties.
Years of conflict in the Central African Republic mean most children there are threatened with war, disease and hunger and are in dire need of help, the UN children's agency said. And things are only getting worse.
The government backed by Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries has said it will send delegates to UN-backed peace talks. The last set of peace talks in September failed after Houthi rebels failed to show up.
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