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means 17 million Yemenis face famine. Today, two-third of Yemenis do not have an access for clean water (Arabskiy mir, 2017). According to Fabrizio Carboni, director of the International Committee of the Red Cross for the Middle East, “Every day, people die in Yemen due to hostilities, disease, hunger and extreme poverty. The population harassed by war - discontent is growing due to the fact that for a long time there had been no concrete action” (Denis Zakiyanov, 2018). Due to the civil and international war in the Yemen, the economy of the country is totally destroyed, no peace reigns among the population, most of men are died in the war that will slow down the increase of population. Women are more defenseless, there are lesser amount of men who take care of their family. The worst thing is that the death of children before age of five. Children in Yemen are not able to endure malnutrition and water scarcity. Because pregnant women also cannot eat normally, newborn babies are born with diseases and very weak immune system. The announcement by Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis at the Pentagon: An estimated 85,000 children might have died of hunger since the bombings began in 2015 (The New York Times, 2018). Experts say Yemen has become the worst humanitarian crisis in the
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