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Cholera Cases in Yemen May Reach 130,000 in Two Weeks, UNICEF Warns


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Cholera Cases in Yemen May Reach 130,000 in Two Weeks, UNICEF Warns

UN News Centre

With about 70,000 cholera cases reported with nearly 600 fatalities in Yemen, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) today warned that an already dire situation for children is turning into a disaster.

“Cholera doesn't need a permit to cross a checkpoint or a border, nor does it differentiate between areas of political control,” said UNICEF Regional Director, Geert Cappelaere, following his visit to the war-torn country.


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I wish every one of these cholera and associated deaths could be used to bring the perpetrators to trial in the UN in a new Nuremberg for war crimes. That especially refers to the administration of the US Fourth Reich and the Saudi king and government.
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No, canceling the Paris Agreement was not a mistake. No the invasion of Iraq and ME turmoil was not a mistake. Both were purposely perpetrated by a corrupt, vampire oligarchy gorging themselves on the blood of millions.

Direct Democracy NOW!!!