The Disgraceful U.S. Enabling Role in the War on Yemen | Yemen Press

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Nicolas Niarchos reports on the devastating effects of the war on Yemen and the role of U.S. and other Western support in making that war possible: Since the war began, at least ten thousand Yemeni civilians have been killed, though the number is potentially much higher, because few organizations on the ground have the resources to count the dead. Some three million people have been displaced, and hundreds of thousands have left the country. Before the war, Yemen was the Middle East’s poorest state, relying on imports to feed the population. Now, after effectively being blockaded by the coalition for more than two and a half years, it faces famine. More than a million people have cholera, and thousands have died from the disease. Unicef, the World Food Program, and the World Health Organization have called the situation in Yemen the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. Yet the U.S. and Great Britain have continued to support the coalition, mainly with weapons sales and

Source: The Disgraceful U.S. Enabling Role in the War on Yemen | Yemen Press

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