Yemen


State Of Emergency Declared As Cholera Hits Yemeni Capital

A state of emergency has been declared in the Yemeni capital Sanaa due to a rising number of cholera cases. The announcement was made on Sunday by the city’s health ministry shortly after the International Red Cross revealed that the cholera epidemic has already claimed the lives of at least […]


The World’s Worst Famine: Solutions

Hunger, for the privileged, refers to an uneasy or painful sensation caused by want of food; craving appetite, simply solved with a trip to the fridge. Unfortunately, in many countries around the world (a great majority consisting of underdeveloped countries) the solution to hunger isn’t quite simple. Famine is a […]


United Nations Warns That Yemen’s Food Crisis Could Get Much Worse And Is Calling Out For Aid

According to the United Nations (UN), Yemen is on the “brink of famine” and is amidst the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today. The World Food Programme (2016) states that 17 million Yemeni people are estimated to be food insecure. Around 7.3 million of this group are believed to […]


International Responsibility For War In Yemen

Since March 2015, Yemen has been devastated by a complex armed war between the internationally recognised Saudi Arabia-backed government and the Houthi rebels. The Houthis, Yemen’s Zaidi Shia minority from Yemen’s Sadaa province, have fought the Yemeni government for several years, rapidly expanding after the failure of a political transition […]


Saleh-Houthi Forces’ Use Of Landmines In Yemeni Conflict

A report by Human Rights Watch published on April 20th, 2017 revealed that the use of banned anti-personnel landmines by Houthi Rebels and forces loyal to Yemen’s former president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, have caused numerous casualties and hindered the safe return of civilians displaced by the fighting. The forces’ actions […]