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Yemen 'one of the most dangerous places on earth' for children: UN
The Saudi-led coalition’s blockade of Yemen has “choked off” urgently needed humanitarian aid, threatening the lives of millions of vulnerable families and children, U.N. leaders warned on Thursday. Even though the Saudi-led coalition has lifted the blockade of some of Yemen’s ports, many of the
The Latest: 'Despacito' takes home 4 Latin Grammy Awards
Residente, Mon Laferte and the megahit "Despacito" have each earned a trophy ahead of the annual Latin Grammy Awards that will air live on TV.
Save the Children says 130 children die every day in Yemen
Aid group says 130 children or more die every day in war-torn Yemen from extreme hunger and disease
Alejandro Sanz celebrated as Latin Grammy Person of the Year
Alejandro Sanz is celebrated as Person of the Year on the eve of the Latin Grammys
Syria market atrocity shows brokers unconcerned with attacks
Syrian war monitors say death toll from airstrikes on market in northern Syria has climbed to 61
UN, aid groups warn of 'starvation and death' in Yemen
UN, aid groups decry decision by Saudi-led coalition to block access to Yemen airports, seaports, land crossings
'The Simpsons' vow to help Puerto Rico in new online video
Still recovering from Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is getting a helping hand from an unlikely source _ Moe from "The Simpsons."
2 Americans among 8 killed in NYC truck attack
Two Americans, a Belgian mother and five Argentine tourists were killed when a suspect used a truck to target civilians in lower Manhattan.
Aid groups work to help the Rohingya minority fleeing attacks by the Myanmar government
We'll be watching this weekend. Next to an unfolding crisis and the race to get help to even the youngest of victims. It comes amid a new report today from U.N. Investigators about a people considered one of the most persecuted minorities on Earth. The ro hin ga escaping their homes. 6,000 have
Rohingya Crisis: Tales of abuse, attacks and hunger
Abuse, attacks and hunger describe the day-to-day lives of thousands of Rohingya Muslims , a minority group in Myanmar considered to be among the most persecuted in the world. Thousands have fled Myanmar into refugee camps in neighboring Bangladesh and India, escaping government-sponsored violence