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Coronavirus has devastated war-torn Yemen. But since the first confirmed Coronavirus case in the country, the Northern part of the region has been in denial about the virus' spread. As hospitals reach breaking point, both rebel forces and the officially recognized government refuse to admit that the pandemic has impacted the country.
Since 2014, Houthi rebels and the opposing Saudi coalition have used food as a weapon of war. In Yemen, subsequent control over resources has lead to one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world.
A new threat is devastating Yemen's population. The largest cholera outbreak in the world, intensified by the Saudi blockade against the country, adds another danger to this humanitarian crisis.
Child soldiers have become a familiar sight in Yemeni cities. Caught between religious slogans and local concepts of patriotism, more than 2,500 children have left school to serve in the country's civil war.
Over 140 mourners were killed at a Yemeni funeral hall in the Saudi-led coalition's October 2016 air-strike. This report examines the coalition's role in deploying Western-made bombs on the civilians.
In war-torn Yemen, in 2015, a country with deep reservations about women, photographer and women's rights activist Bushra Al Fusail held a women's bike ride. She never predicted the ongoing attention it would gain.
In Yemen the war rages, with an ever-growing human cost. In the Saudi-led coalition's air-strikes, no targets are off-limits. Between the threat of bombs and food shortages no one is spared, even children.
In 2016 this shocking report broke the story of a growing famine in Yemen, now thought to affect 7 million people. A cholera outbreak is throwing the country deeper in to crisis, threatening millions of lives.