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#BREAKING: Griffiths: The UN team's efforts in #Hodeidah  has helped reduce violence

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Omar, 8 months, is happily playing at a child-friendly space in Hodeidah, Yemen. Over 29 million children were born into conflict last year. Safe spaces like this are critical for children to cope with toxic stress. #EarlyMomentsMatter  #ChildrenUnderAttack 

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Play. Protection. Psychological support. Omar is receiving care at a child-friendly space in Hodeidah, Yemen, but too many are missing out. World leaders must invest in the crucial first years for #ChildrenUnderAttack  in conflict zones. #EarlyMomentsMatter 

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The #UAE  has provided emergency shelter and food assistance to those affected by floods south of Hodeidah, west of Yemen, and to displaced people in Yemen's Red Sea Coast.

#Yemen: Houthis Should Implement Hodeidah Deal before Any Future Talks

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Play. Protection. Psychological support. Omar is receiving care at a child-friendly space in Hodeidah, Yemen, but too many are missing out. UNICEF is calling on world leaders to invest in the crucial first years for #ChildrenUnderAttack  in conflict zones. #EarlyMomentsMatter 

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"We have found no shelter except this graveyard." These Yemeni families who were forced to flee heavy fighting in Hodeidah are now living next to a graveyard.

The Saudi-led coalition renewed its offensive on the vital port of Hodeidah. About 5 million children are now at risk of starvation.

Yemeni families who were forced to flee the heavy fighting in Hodeidah are now living next to a graveyard near Aden - 1,000 km from their homes.

14 million people in Yemen — half of its population — will soon be on the brink of famine because of fighting near it’s main port city Hodeidah, says a new UN report. That’s 3 million more than its estimates last month.

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The lives of cancer patients in Yemen's Hodeidah are worsened as medicine supplies and access routes are choked off in the ongoing fighting.

The British and US-backed Saudi war in Yemen is in big, big trouble: a ceasefire has been agreed in the port city of Hodeidah, a critical gateway for aid; and the US Senate has voted to end US involvement. Build public pressure now, and end this murderous war for good.

The UN just brokered a ceasefire for the port city of Hodeidah in Yemen. -Most of the food, fuel and medicine shipped to the country goes through the port -37% of civilians killed in 2018 died in that city

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This is Yasmeen from #Yemen . She is only 8 months-old. Like many of the severely malnourished children in Al-Thawra hospital in Hodeidah she doesn’t cry. Her little body is lethargic and feeble; it lacks the energy to cry.

Thousands of people in Yemen are trapped by fighting between Houthi rebels and a Saudi-led coalition at the port city of Hodeidah. The UN says continued fighting there, which is the entry point for 80% of food, could push 14 million people into famine.

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Trump Foreign Policy 101: U.S.: “Saudis, don’t invade Hodeidah. Terrible idea. Tons of civilians will die.” Saudis: “We’re doing it.” U.S.: “Please don’t. Could be catastrophic.” Saudis: “We’re doing it anyway.” U.S.: “Yea? Ok. Maybe we’ll help.”

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