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In Yemen's War, Trapped Families Ask: Which Child Should We Save?
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, children, death, government, politics, sadness, society, violence )

Cheryl A.
- 7 hours ago -
"Every day children are perishing in rural Yemen, where two-thirds of the nationâEUR(TM)s population lives. Parents are forced to decide between saving their sick children and preventing healthier ones from following the same perilous route." Peace.

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