For now, the problem isn’t that there’s not enough food on the planet to feed everyone. The problem is how much food is wasted.
By Bryan Wood
Documents reviewed by The Associated Press and interviews show that thousands of families in the city of Taiz are not getting international food aid intended for them — often because it has been seized by armed units that are allied…
By Maggie Michael, Associated Press
In Yemen, the U.N. has called for a cease-fire in the conflict between Houthi rebels and a Saudi-led coalition backed by the U.S. No official death toll exists, but Save the Children says 85,000 children have died since the war…
In Yemen, 10,000 are estimated to have been killed in the war that's been raging for three and a half years. But millions are suffering from an acute hunger crisis and the United Nations warns that Yemen is on the…
By PBS NewsHour
In addition to thousands of civilians in Yemen who have already died in a war between a Saudi-led coalition and Iran-backed Houthi rebels, less documented war tactics may also push the poorest Arab country into a catastrophic famine. Declan Walsh…
By Jane Ferguson
One of the poorest countries in the Middle East, Yemen's war has pushed it to the brink of famine. A Saudi blockade has slowed the flow of food and helped push prices up. Markets and businesses are ruined from airstrikes.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, March 3, Florida considers gun restrictions, and how political conflict contributes to famine. Also, female jazz musicians bring attention to sexism in the music industry. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
By Mori Rothman, Megan Thompson
South Sudan and Yemen are at the brink of a severe food crisis, with over 400,000 malnourished children in Yemen, the United Nations estimates. Alex de Waal, a professor at the Tufts Fletcher School who spent years in the Horn…
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