Hodeidah hospitals struggle to treat people hurt in airstrikes as well as hungry children
Aid agencies and medical staff on the ground in Hodeidah have begged the international community to intervene to stop the violence in the besieged Yemeni city, as coalition and Houthi rebel forces struggle to gain the upper hand ahead of a planned ceasefire at the end of the month.
“The violence is unbearable, I cannot tell you. We’re surrounded by strikes from the air, sea and land,” said Wafa Abdullah Saleh, a nurse at the barely functioning al-Olafi hospital in the Houthi-controlled city centre.Continue reading...
It's not the heat - or starvation - it's the inhumanity.