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Millions of Yemenis face starvation as a result of the war. In August 2018, more than 51 civilians were killed, at least 40 of them young children, when a bomb hit a school bus. Yet as devastating as these strikes have been, more deadly to the Yemeni people overall are the coalition strikes targeting farms, fishing boats, food storage sites and transportation networks, which worsen the conditions that give rise to famine.

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How to cite this article:

Jeannie Sowers "The Saudi Coalition’s Food War on Yemen," Middle East Report 289 (Winter 2018).
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