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Good Banter Jun 10
I don’t criticise people for how they spend their money but those of us that are fortunate enough to do/give LITERALLY ANYTHING to stop 17 MILLION people from starving in Yemen need to act fast..... if the world can pull through for Norte Dame then this NEEDS to happen too
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Right word Jun 12
While hospitals in suffer from a crisis in medicine & medical solutions because of the closure of Sanaa airport! The international community was suffering from a Ethical crisis! This’s what history will write for future generations!
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ηich Jun 12
If it’s not happening in North America or Europe we don’t care eh? We have innocent people being MURDERED in Sudan, millions of people STARVING in Yemen, and yet everyone is silent?? Really?? Where is the ACTION? What is WRONG with this world man
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Hisham Al-Omeisy Jun 11
I was so annoyed when someone today told me they thought was some arid, dry, Sahara (thanks to Disney romanticism of Arabia). Dude, my country is breathtakingly gorgeous with its green mountains, lush valleys, and pearly beaches. Don't they have Google in YOUR country?
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Ghaleb Alsudmy غالب محمد السدمي Jun 11
That's life of Yemeni children due of the unjust war... Children in this age go to schools but in , these children go to looking at work for feed themselves and their families .. Pics by
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Right word Jun 13
Is their anywhere on the earth that babies look like this and their land Yemen is being bombarded and blockaded by the richest coalition with the most advanced weapons with a green light by majority of international community including UN . 💔😢
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Anastasia K Jun 13
I still can't fathom the fact that Notre Dame got donations worth a billion overnight and there are 22 million people in in danger of famine that can't get as much sympathy from the world.
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RT Jun 10
VR simulation has arrived in , and the reactions are priceless. What do you think they saw?
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Ahmad Algohbary Jun 11
The health system in is in a state of collapse. Nearly 400 hospitals and medical facilities were destroyed during the 4 years of Saudi-led coalition bombardment and siege. Diseases and epidemics such as and diphtheria are spreading like a wildfire.
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Fatik Al-Rodaini Jun 11
Majjed is a teacher from in western lost 4 of his daughters in an attack by Saudi jets on his own house. Majjed got the chance 2 express his feelings about his loss before the camera but there is 1000s others who lost their loved ones & we know nothing about them
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Fatik Al-Rodaini Jun 10
outbreak epidemic in spreads everywhere as hospitals are full of patients. At least 80000 people have been infected during the last 2 months and 102 people have died. Since April 2017 cholera has infected more than1 million people & nearly 3000 registered deaths.
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𝒮𝒶𝒻𝓇𝒶𝓏 𝐻𝒶𝓂𝒾𝒹 | dip.eng.law / BSc Jun 13
Yemeni children: If being bombed does not get them, starving to death will
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Sarah Abdallah Jun 6
Disgraceful. While Italian dock workers & French humanitarian groups bravely protest Saudi Arabia’s war on , Macron’s gov’t chooses to continue fueling this literal genocide by increasing French weapons sales to the barbaric Saudis by 50% last year.
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FRANCE 24 English Jun 14
"Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦 has never been for war in 🇾🇪" explains Prince Turki al-Faisal to . "The 🇮🇷 are using the to do their dirty job."
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MSF International Jun 6
⚠The health system in is in a state of collapse. This has caused a resurgence in cholera, diphtheria and measles cases.
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Ahmad Algohbary Jun 8
Thank you Katheryn for planing the protest today outside of the White House against the brutal -led war on our country .
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Nangwah Benjamen Jun 11
Still on . The worst humanitarian crisis in the world. Why did our love for each other become So cold.
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News2Tor Jun 6
.: 27 children have been killed/wounded in over the past 10 days. A child dies every 10 minutes for preventable causes such as food shortages, 360,000 suffer from acute malnutrition and 2.5 million children under 5years suffer from stunted growth. June7
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Ghaleb Alsudmy غالب محمد السدمي Jun 10
This war has changed our lives . Fifth Year of the Age of saudi Aggression Thousands of crimes against of children, civilians. Millions of people suffer. Hunger, disease and horror is all that goes on around us. We need peace, will international community gives us this
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Right word Jun 13
8M in face starvation now…UN says 22M more are at risk. Children suffer most…no stored fat & higher metabolism. No media coverage, no protest. Due to US/UK supported Saudi siege tactics... bombing ports & airports, bombing food production facilities, blocking aid.
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