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KSRelief treats 740,000 cholera-infected Yemenis ALYAMAN ALARABY Online \ Saleh Ahmed - Thursday 12 / Oct. / 2017           The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) spokesman Dr. Samer Al-Jelati announced that the center has successfully treated 740,000 out of the 750,000 cholera-infected Yemenis, according to Kuwait News Agency( KUNA).

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WHO: Cholera death toll in Yemen rises to 2,151 ALYAMAN ALARABY Online \ Saleh Ahmed - Wednesday 11 / Oct. / 2017           The death toll of the Cholera epidemic in war-ravaged Yemen has risen to 2,151 since it broke out in late April, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Saturday according to Xinhuanet.

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UN report should have been further verified, AL spokesman says          Ahmed Afeefi, the spokesman of the Arab League Secretary General, said that the UN report which blacklisted the Arab Coalition in regards to children deaths should have been further verified. The UN report issued was under the title "Children and Armed Conflict."

OHCHR report on Yemen biased, says HR minister           Minister of Human Rights Mohammed Askar said that the OHCHR's latest report on the status of human rights in Yemen has been "biased all along to and assuming a political view that does not see the current turmoil as the consequence of takeover by outlawed forces."

Yemen appeals to int'l community to act as new civilian massacre unfolds           The Ministry of Human Rights has made a new appeal to the international community to "act promptly to protect the civilians by pressuring on the [Saleh-Houthi] rebel militias to stop their systematic crimes."

Cholera count reaches 500 000 in Yemen           The total number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen this year hit the half a million mark on Sunday, and nearly 2000 people have died since the outbreak began to spread rapidly at the end of April.

Cholera outbreak in Yemen: Statement of Dr. Luay Shabaneh, Arab Region UNFPA Director           Cairo, 28 May 2017 I am deeply concerned by the confirmed news of the rise of cholera in Yemen, which comes as a possibly fatal addition to the hardships that Yemeni men and women have been facing due to the conflict, displacement and malnutrition. With some 2000 suspected cases reported daily, the recent and unprecedented cholera outbreak in Yemen threatens the lives of 1.1 million malnourished pregnant women, who need immediate care and reproductive health services. World Health Organization: 11000 suspected Cholera cases and 124 deaths in 17 governorates           According to the World Health Organization in Yemen, the number of suspected cholera cases is 11000. These suspected cases have been diagnosed with Acute Watery Diarrhea, while the number of deaths caused by Cholera is 124.
Yemen launches national immunization campaign to ward off polio           A nationwide polio immunization campaign was launched Monday by the national health authorities with support from WHO and UNICEF, aiming to immunize five million children under the age of five. High-risk groups, such as internally displaced persons (IDPs) and refugees are also targeted.

Yemen, UNHCR discuss support of IDPs          Minister of the Local Administration Abdul-Raqeeb Fatah discussed on Wednesday with Regional Representative of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to the States of the Gulf Cooperation Council the possibility of conducting a joint program in the field of shelter and reconstruction of homes of displaced families in the liberated areas.

The details of using the name of Emirates by Brotherhood in extremist activities in London           In November 25, 2013 the London-based newspaper The Daily Telegraph reported that the London-based Emirates Center for Human Rights organized two seminars in both Houses of Parliament in March and September, and called for them bodies linked to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas represented in the "Islamic Foundation of Cordoba," which described by British Prime Minister David Cameron as "the political facade of the Muslim Brotherhood."

AL GORAF Airport in Trim city           AL GORAF Airport is first airport runway sandy 1400-yard length, and it receives three flights a week Dakota model, it is unique way for contact outside world.

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