Two UN officials have called out Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait for not delivering on their promises.
"It's happening virtually all the time. It's become as simple for them as drinking a glass of water."
At least half of the country could be infected with the coronavirus, a crushing blow to its' already-depleted healthcare system.
U.N. humanitarian programs in the war-ravaged country are “reaching a potential breaking point,” said a U.N. spokesman.
"We have all been waiting for this moment."
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The five-year conflict has left 80 percent of the population in desperate need.
The White House has promised to veto the measure.
“The problem is that the forces have yet to disengage, and when they're close up to each other they are liable to respond to anything they see as a provocation.”
“This is a malnutrition crisis, and an even worse one is looming in the distance.”
A group of 65 Yemeni school kids went on a field trip this summer. Most of them never came home.
The country is struggling through war, famine, and cholera.