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193 Yemeni Children Died from Cholera this year: Save the Children

The brutal aggression against Yemen has worsened the humanitarian situation for civilians in the country, with at least 193 children…

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Yemeni army fired 7 Ballistic Missiles at positions of Saudi backed militants

Yemen’s army and fighters from popular committees fired 7 domestically-made missiles at positions of Saudi-backed militants in response to the…

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Ex-president: Saudi Arabia to blame for Yemen cholera outbreak

Yemen’s former president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has singled out Saudi Arabia as the source of what the United Nations estimates…

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Saudi jets hit Yemen’s cholera treatment center

As Yemen is struggling with a cholera epidemic, Saudi warplanes have reportedly stricken a health center treating cholera patients in…

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Nearly 600 people killed by Cholera in Yemen since late April: UN

The United Nations says the cholera outbreak in war-torn Yemen has claimed the lives of nearly 600 people in about…

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Yemen health system mangled as cholera bites: UN envoy

The United Nations’ Yemen envoy says more than seven million people are facing the risk of famine in the impoverished…

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WHO reports 50% rise in Yemen cholera cases

The World Health Organization has reported a 50-percent increase in cholera cases in war-torn Yemen. On Tuesday, WHO announced that…

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Charity Organization Warns Yemen at Imminent Risk of Deadly Mass Cholera Epidemic

According to an international charity Save the Children, deadly cholera outbreak in Yemen should be put under control as soon…

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Cholera has killed 242 in Yemen: World Health Organization

The World Health Organization says 242 people have been killed due to an outbreak of cholera that has engulfed war-torn…

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Cholera Strikes Yemen’s Capital; State of Emergency Called

Cholera has killed at least 115 people in the Yemeni capital Sana’a after authorities on Sunday declared a state of…

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