Arabic | Kurdish



76,000 Yemeni Families Fled Al-Hudaydah Since June, UN Report States

2018/09/21 | 04:35

(Iraq Now News)- More than 76,000 families have fled Yemen’s western Al-Hudaydah province since June amid ongoing fighting between Houthi rebels and a Saudi-led military coalition, a UN humanitarian agency said Thursday.

According to a report released this week by the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), 76,512 families have fled Al-Hudaydah since June -- either to other provinces of Yemen or to safer areas of Al-Hudaydah.

© Copyright Andolu Ajansi

read more

Note: The post (76,000 Yemeni Families Fled Al-Hudaydah Since June, UN Report States ) appeared first on (Al Bawaba) and do not necessarily reflect the position of IraqNow.news.
You can read the original text from the source (Al Bawaba).










Trending Now


⋙ Father of US-born woman who joined IS sues over citizenship

⋙ Erbil kicks off International Furniture Fair at Sami Park

⋙ US to Keep 200 Troops in Syria Despite Pullout

⋙ Turkish-US Leaders Discuss Syria, Economic Ties Over Phone

⋙ No official contact between KDP and PUK, Iraqi Kurdistan

Videos - Photos

⋙ IRGC forces US to bomb its own aircraft in Syria (video)

⋙ Israel launches lunar probe to become 4th country to land on the moon (video)

⋙ 19 Photos of Paris Proving There Is No Bad Angle in the ‘City of Light’


ISIS News

⋙ IRGC forces US to bomb its own aircraft in Syria (video)

⋙ Israel launches lunar probe to become 4th country to land on the moon (video)

⋙ ISIS may be on brink of defeat but its ideology will live on

⋙ Defeated ISIS fighters flee to Iraq and terrorise remote villages with kidnappings and ambushes

⋙ WATCH: Thousands in ISIS-held Baghouz surrender to Syrian Democratic Forces

⋙ Mass grave with 3,500 ISIS execution victims unearthed near Raqqa

⋙ US warplanes hammer ISIS bastion as SDF troops prepare for last push