Mohammed Awadh

Photojournalist/Videojournalist/ Multimedia

Location icon Yemen

The Telegraph
Some 85,000 children in Yemen may have died from hunger, charity finds

There had been hopes this week that both sides would keep a fragile truce. The Iranian-aligned Houthi group had announced early on Monday it was halting drone and missile attacks on Saudi Arabia, the UAE and their Yemeni allies, in one of its biggest concessions since it quit the southern port city of Aden in 2015.

BBC News
Huge malnutrition toll on Yemen children

An estimated 85,000 children under the age of five may have died from acute malnutrition in three years of war in Yemen, a leading charity says. The number is equivalent to the entire under-five population in the UK's second largest city of Birmingham, Save the Children adds.

France 24
'Five million' children at risk of famine in Yemen - France 24

Disruption to supplies coming through the embattled Red Sea port of Hodeida could "cause starvation on an unprecedented scale," the British based NGO said in a new report. Save the Children said an extra one million children now risk falling into famine as prices of food and transportation rise, bringing the total to 5.2 million.

BBC News
'Five million' Yemeni children face famine

A further one million children are at risk of famine in Yemen, Save the Children has warned. Rising food prices and the falling value of the Yemeni currency as a result of the conflict are putting more families at risk of food insecurity.

No Justice, No Peace for Yemeni Children

Human rights groups are urging the UN Secretary-General to include the Saudi-led Coalition (SLC) in a child rights' "shame list" after documenting grave violations against children. Save the Children and the Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict have documented at least 23 SLC airstrikes which injured or killed children, prompting an urgent call for the UN to help protect children caught in the midst of the deadly two year-long conflict.

Sky News
Yemen: Faces of the world's forgotten war

The conflict in Yemen is the world's forgotten war. Unlike the fighting in Syria, it does not pit Russian forces against Western-backed allies and it does not feature any groups as prone to headlines as the Islamic State. But it has still caused suffering to untold millions.