For all four countries, the culmination of war, poverty, mass displacement, inaccessibility to aid, drought, and crop failure is a formula for famine, with the ultimate result being severe food deprivation that threatens millions.
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While the United States is not openly involved in attacks, there is evidence that the weaponry being used indeed originates from the U.S., which creates an unfortunate direct link to the unlawful engagements being committed.
Conflict between regions seems to be ebbing as federal Yemen National Dialogue moves forward
Political work of Yemen Women’s Activist and Nobel Laureate has her banned from entering Egypt
Forgotten corner of Middle East with complex problems celebrate Yemen Arab Spring anniversary
Yemen National Dialogue process has chance to emerge country from crisis with national elections: Democracy in Yemen would be huge success for Arab Spring protest movement
President Hadi took power during Arab Spring protests, now firing old guard generals: Slow motion Yemen Arab Spring continues with no elections scheduled
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There is a new phenomenon called democracy in the Arab world and there should be no question that this is a remarkably positive turn of events that should continue to be supported by people of good will the world over.
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