Middle East
Yemeni children bear brunt of food crisis
Intensified suffering as a result of political unrest has left many children malnourished or starved.
Last Modified: 15 Apr 2012 14:29

Ongoing political turmoil has emphasised Yemen's food crisis, which is now at a worse point than the country has ever seen.

Children bear the brunt of the shortages and many have already died of starvation or are suffering from malnutrition.

Jane Ferguson reports from Sanaa in an Al Jazeera exclusive.

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