As A Direct Result Of Violence & Malnutrition, It’s Estimated That 165,000 Have Died In Yemen — February 12, 2019

By Joziah Thayer

According to a report from Save The Children, it’s estimated that 80,000 people have been killed in Yemen since the war started. Save The Children estimates that 85,000 children alone have died from starvation as a direct result from the ongoing conflict in Yemen. Meaning since the war started in 2014, 165,000 men, women, and children may have been killed in this continuing conflict that has displaced millions. Read more

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US Ends Refueling of Saudi Coalition Aircraft in Yemen Conflict — November 11, 2018

By Jason Ditz (ANTIWAR.COM) — One of the most visible aspects of direct US involvement in the Saudi invasion of Yemen, mid-air refueling of Saudi warplanes bombing the country, has come to an end over the weekend. US and Saudi officials both confirmed this program has halted. US officials offered few specifics on the decision, but Saudi state media…..Read more

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