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Is Intentional Starvation the Future of War?
By Jane FergusonJuly 11, 2018
There is no shortage of food arriving to Yemen’s ports, but the war between the Houthi rebels and the Saudi-led coalition has put millions at risk of starvation.Photograph by Jane Ferguson
The malnutrition ward of the Al-Sabaeen hospital, in Yemen’s capital, Sana’a, is a quiet place even when it is busy. Parents speak in murmurs and children are too weak to cry. In a room off a pink-painted hallway, a mother named Salami Ahmed sat cross-legged on a bed, resting her ten-month-old daughter Mateea on her
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