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2015 Gerald and Maas Suppressed News

October 17, 1015

      Yemen: since March when the fighting escalated the risk of
famine has tripled, with over half a million children in the process of
starving. Another 1.5 million are considered "moderately malnourished."
The U.N. Children's Fund (UNICEF) will know by the end of October
whether the catastrophe is officially a "famine." UNICEF considers 5,400
killed in the Saudi led military attacks on the Houthi, and of these,
504 children in the last four months. Almasirah TV notes 6979
killed in 200 days, and of these, 1986 children; over 14000 wounded; the
infrastructure of this impoverished country is being destroyed (as in
the illegal demolition of Iraq's civilian infrastructure, and Yugoslavia's): "14 airports, 10 ports, 357 bridges and roads, 109 station and electricity networks, 104 communications networks, 105 water supply networks," and "1248 schools and educational centers, 34 universities, 214 hospitals, 564 mosques,
161 factories, 52 tourist facilities, 43 archaeological sites, 29
stadiums, 224 markets, 472 food stores, 212 fuel stations, 103 chicken
farms." A genocide warning for the people of Yemen as a national group.    Partial sources online:
"Half a million Yemen children face severe malnutrition: U.N.," Stephanie Nebehay Reuters, Oct. 16, 2015, Yahoo! News;
"'Anfujravek' statistical crimes Saudi American aggression," The Civil
Coalition for Monitoring the Crimes of Saudi American Agression in
Yemen. Oct. 15, 2015, Almasirah TV [access:< >] apprec. nowar/paix list.

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