DW's Brent Goff talks to Tim Petschulat, representative of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Sanaa, Yemen, on his take on Yemen's way to peace and reconciliation.
A civil war between Houthi rebels and a Saudi-backed government has led to spiraling food prices. As ever more people face starvation, aid groups warn the crisis could trigger the world's worst famine in 100 years.
Prime Minister Abiy's talk of reconciliation has not been enough to subdue ethnic tensions around the country. As the public grapples with the legacy of the former hardline government, does Abiy need to change tack?
After waiting three days for the Houthi delegation to show up in Geneva, peace talks between the rebel Houthis and the Yemen government were called off. The Houthis were not comfortable with travel arrangements.
More than 5 million children are at risk of famine in war-torn Yemen, according to the charity Save the Children. Renewed attacks on the key port city of Hodeida could further disrupt food, fuel and aid supplies.
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