The sudden spike in violence across long-stalemated front lines threatened to exacerbate the five-year conflict and complicate indirect peace talks between Saudi Arabia and the Iran-backed rebels.
Instead of acting as a stabilising force, UN peacekeeping troops have fathered hundreds of children after sexually exploiting local girls as young as 11, leaving them behind without any support, according to a new comprehensive report.
Growing scepticism of vaccines in Europe, especially in countries like France should be a cause for concern.
Iran is likely to use the Houthis to give Saudi Arabia and by extension the US, a bloody nose - ruining any chance for peace in the process.
Climate change could help cholera make a comeback unless a concerted effort is made to spread awareness.
At least 190 people have died of the disease so far this year and 100,000 more cases of suspected cholera have been reported in Taiz and adjacent cities.
At least 1,052 cholera cases have been reported by Mozambique's health ministry, including one death, according to the World Health Organization.
The cholera cases have been discovered in the port city of Beira, whose half-million residents and especially those in crowded, poor neighborhoods are at particular risk.
Yemeni suffering enters its fifth year with no end in sight, and with no allies in the media to hold the aggressors accountable.
Officials warn of cholera and malaria outbreaks following Cyclone Idai's devastation in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi.
A humanitarian group in Nigeria says it has recorded 10,000 cases of cholera in the country's north.
Officials say at least 134 others may be infected in the state of Adamawa where nurses are on strike and many have been displaced from war, making it difficult to deal with an outbreak of such magnitude.
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