The war has given rise to the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Three-quarters of Yemen’s people require life-saving assistance and more than 8 million are at risk of starvation. Tens of thousands of people are believed to have been killed in the fighting.
“Dog meat tastes bad, but the foremost thing that I should be concerned is to save my family rather than thinking if that may be wrong or dangerous.” — A Yemeni father
HAJJAH, YEMEN -- For almost three years, the expression "on the brink of famine" has been repeatedly cited by relief agencies to describe one side of the humanitarian disaster in Yemen. It is an expression that has never been revised, even as it became increasingly inaccurate as the Saudi-led coalition tightened its blockade and ignored the pleas