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UNICEF says 10,000 children killed or maimed in Yemen since 2015

Ten thousand Yemeni children have been killed or maimed since a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia intervened in March 2015 after the Iran-aligned Houthi group ousted the government, the United Nations children's agency UNICEF said on Tuesday. "The Yemen conflict has just hit another shameful milestone. We now have 10,000 children who have been killed or maimed since ...
2 months ago|New York, United States

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UN: 10,000 children killed or maimed during Yemen's long war

More than 10,000 children in Yemen have been killed or injured in violence linked to years of war in the impoverished country, a spokesman for UNICEF said Tuesday. The verified tally from the United Nations' reporting and monitoring operation provides what is surely an undercount of the real toll because many more child deaths and injuries go unrecorded, UNICEF spokesman James Elder told reporters. The U.N. has long considered Yemen -- where w…

2 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
Reuters
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UNICEF says 10,000 children killed or maimed in Yemen since 2015

GENEVA - Ten thousand Yemeni children have been killed or maimed since a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia intervened in March 2015 after the Iran-aligned Houthi group ousted the government, the United Nations children's agency UNICEF said on Tuesday. "The Yemen conflict has just hit another shameful milestone. We now have 10,000 children who have been killed or maimed since ...

2 months ago|United Kingdom
News18 India
News18 India

UNICEF Says 10,000 Children Killed or Maimed in Yemen Since 2015

Four out of every five children – a total of 11 million – need humanitarian assistance in Yemen, said UNICEF spokesperson James Elder.

2 months ago|India
CTV News
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10,000 children killed or maimed during Yemen's long war: UN

More than 10,000 children in Yemen have been killed or injured in violence linked to years of war in the impoverished country, a spokesman for UNICEF said Tuesday.

2 months ago|Toronto, Canada
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10,000 children killed, maimed in Yemen: UNICEF

The figure only included child victims whose fates were known to the organisation and there were countless others, says UNCEF spokesperson

2 months ago|India
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UN: 10,000 children killed or maimed during Yemen's long war

The United Nations says more than 10,000 children in Yemen have been killed or injured in violence linked to years of war in the impoverished country

2 months ago|United States
The Star Kuala Lumpur
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UNICEF says 10,000 children killed or maimed in Yemen since 2015

GENEVA (Reuters) - Ten thousand Yemeni children have been killed or maimed since a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia intervened in March 2015 after the Iran-aligned Houthi group ousted the government, the United Nations children's agency UNICEF said on Tuesday. Read full story

2 months ago|Malaysia
NZ Herald
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Ten thousand children killed or maimed during Yemen's long war, says UN

'Shameful milestone': Equivalent of four children killed or maimed every day.

2 months ago|Auckland, New Zealand
The Nation
The NationR

Over 10,000 children killed or maimed in Yemen conflict: UN

The number of children killed or maimed during the Yemen civil war has exceeded 10,000, a UNICEF official said Tuesday.

2 months ago|Lahore, Pakistan
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UN: 10,000 children killed or maimed during Yemen's long war

GENEVA (AP) — More than 10,000 children in Yemen have been killed or injured in violence linked to years of war in the impoverished country, a spokesman for UNICEF said Tuesday. The verified tally from the United Nations' reporting and monitoring operation provides what is surely an undercount of the real toll because many more child deaths and injuries go unrecorded, UNICEF spokesman James Elder told reporters.

2 months ago|United States
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