19 million Yemeni children suffer malnutrition and illness

Fighting between the Saudi-Emirati-led coalition and Houthi rebels has destroyed Yemen’s healthcare system.

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    When Yemen's warring sides agreed to stop fighting and withdraw their troops from a crucial port city, there was hope that more food and medicine would soon flow in.

    But with sporadic fighting has continued and there is growing despair for 19 million Yemenis suffering from malnutrition and illness.

    Aid agencies have said time is running out, particularly for the children.

    Al Jazeera's Osama bin Javaid reports.


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