Web Desk: Yemen is in the grip of a civil war that began three years ago with air strikes by Saudi Arabia contributing to the crisis of humanitarians. Sadly, in Yemen, there are now 13,000,000 people who are on the brink of starvation.
UN’s official Lise Grande said, “I think many of is felt as we went into the 21st century that it was unthinkable that we could see a famine like saw in Ethiopia, Bengal and that we saw in parts of the Soviet Union, that was just unacceptable.”
“We predict that we could be looking at 12 to 13 million innocent civilians who are at risk of dying from lack of food.”
An estimated 10,000 people have been killed in the conflict, which has produced what the United Nations says is the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
Thousands of civilians are caught in the middle, trapped by minefields and barrages of mortars and airstrikes.
Their pictures will leave you in tears.