What is happening in Yemen right now 2022?

What is happening in Yemen right now 2022?

A record 19 million people now need of food assistance. Extreme hunger looms for 161,000 people by the end of 2022. Children continue to stand front and center in this conflict as some 2.2 million are acutely malnourished, including nearly more than half a million children severely so.

What is the name of the camp in Yemen?

Located in Lahj Governorate, south of Yemen, Kharaz camp opened in 2001 and remains the only refugee camp in Yemen. As of early May 2020, the camp is home to 8,935 refugees and asylum seekers, mostly from Somalia and Ethiopia.

What military units are in Yemen?

They include the Yemeni Army (including the Republican Guard), Yemeni Navy (including the Marines) and the Yemeni Air Force (including the Air Defense Force). The capital of the country, Sana’a is where the military is headquartered.

Who is the current U.S. Army general in Yemen?

Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar
Military service
Allegiance Yemen
Branch/service Yemen Army
Years of service 1961–present

What are the TV channels in Yemen?

Belqees TV is a Yemenite national television channel. It started broadcasting in 2015. It is owned by Yemeni activist Tawakul Kerman, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate for her role in the 2011 revolution in Yemen . Suhail TV (Arabic)

What is going on in Yemen?

War-torn Yemen is wit­ness­ing a sharp de­te­ri­o­ra­tion in the val­ue of its riyal cur­ren­cy. In­for­ma­tion min­is­ter had caused diplo­mat­ic cri­sis af­ter crit­i­cism of Sau­di-led mil­i­tary cam­paign in Yemen.

How many children are killed in Yemen every year?

Yemenis reveal how six brutal years of air raids, mortars, gunfire, fear and destruction have devastated their lives. More than 2,300 children were killed between 2018 and 2020, Save the Children says in a new report. The appeal again seeks to hold Germany accountable for US drone attacks launched involving airbases on its soil.

Do Yemeni rebels hold US troops in Sanaa?

Most de­tainees have been re­leased but Yemeni rebels con­tin­ue to hold US em­bassy em­ploy­ees in Sanaa, US of­fi­cial says. Ex­plo­sion took place in Aden when Rasha Ab­dul­lah al-Harazi and her fam­i­ly were head­ing to a doc­tor, of­fi­cials say.