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Yemen's plunging economy threatens to kill more people than war - aid agency
by Emma Batha
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
4 September 2018
On 4 September 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Yemen's tanking economy threatens to kill more people than bombs and guns, an aid agency warned on Tuesday (4 September) as the currency hit its lowest level ever, compounding the world's biggest hunger crisis. he Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) said soaring food prices were pushing many people closer to the brink in a country where millions are already close to famine. Three-quarters of Yemen's population -- 22 million people -- are in need of humanitarian assistance.
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'This economic collapse could kill even more Yemenis than the violence underlying it,' NRC's Yemen country director Mohamed Abdi said, adding that food prices in some places had doubled in recent days.
More than 28,000 people have been killed or wounded during the war and 3 million have been uprooted, according to United Nations officials. Thousands more have died from malnutrition, disease, and poor health.
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