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>> The humanitarian situation in Yemen has been labeled a catastrophe by the International Committee of the Red Cross. And now, the charity warns cholera cases could hit a million by the end of the year. The heads of the Red Cross delegation says the warring sides are all using disproportionate force causing excessive civilian casualties.
The civil war has killed more than 10,000 people since it begun in March 2015. Control of the country is split between Houthi Rebels, who control much of Northern Yemen, and a Saudi-led coalition. Delivering aid to those in need has become almost impossible. The Red Cross has called on both sides to open the airports in the capital Sauna, after the main port of Fedida was damaged.
So that medical supplies, including insulin, can be delivered. There's been 750,000 suspected cases of cholera to date. The World Health Organization says it's the worse recorded outbreak in modern history.>>