Cholera in Yemen Parallels the Holocaust, Duff on Press TV

Yemeni child

The number of suspected cases of cholera in Yemen is close to reaching half a million.

The United Nations’ World Health Organization says around 485-thousand cases have been reported in 298 districts since late April 20-17. The disease has also led to the deaths of nearly two-thousand people. Yemen is suffering from a number of humanitarian disasters including famine, while the country’s health system has virtually collapsed. Saudi Arabia, which waged a war on its neighbor in March 20-15, has come under criticism from aid groups for its crippling blockade on Yemen.


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