Saudi Attacks on Yemen Killed 85,000 People

12 Feb 2019

An American senator, denoting the blockade of Yemen by Arab aggressive coalition, said 85,000 Yemeni people were killed due to hunger and illness.

According to Middle East Press International Section, Chris Murphy, a US Democrat in the state of Connecticut, declaring his speech, criticized the deadly attacks of Saudi Arabia aggressive coalition and its allies on Yemen and blockade of the country, he said since start of peace talks, 267 ceasefires in the country has been violated by the invaders.

He added, several years of conflict in Yemen killed 85,000 people, and 358,000 children are malnourished and in need of treatment.

Yemen is currently facing a humanitarian crisis in the world since about eight million people are at risk of famine and about two million others are chronically ill.




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