UN: Time is running out to save Yemen from famine

Students gather in front of a window to get breakfast, which is distributed free of charge at a school in Sanaa, Yemen February 19, 2019.REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi - RC199C3F6FD0

16,500 people are in a catastrophic, famine-like, situation. Image: REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi - RC199C3F6FD0

Lisa Barrington
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