WFP delivers aid as war-torn Yemen is on brink of starvation | AFP

The World Food Program (WFP) distributes footage showing children suffering from malnutrition being treated at Sanaa’s al-Sabaeen hospital, while people receive food aid from the organisation in Aden, Lahj and at a school in Sanaa. Yemen, long the Arab world’s poorest country, plunged into war after rebels seized the capital Sanaa in late 2014. The fighting has since killed tens of thousands of people and pushed the country to the brink of famine. ATTN CLIENTS: IMAGES OF MALNOURISHED CHILDREN

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Life is back to normal in Yemen’s Aden province | AFP

Life is back to normal in Yemen’s Aden province, after the fighting between the government and the separatists, seen as a civil war within Yemen’s already complex conflict, has sparked fears the country could break apart unless a peace deal is forged soon.

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Life is back to normal in Yemen’s Aden province | AFP

Life is back to normal in Yemen’s Aden province, after the fighting between the government and the separatists, seen as a civil war within Yemen’s already complex conflict, has sparked fears the country could break apart unless a peace deal is forged soon.

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Yemen’s separatists armed forces in Aden | AFP

Yemen’s separatist Southern Transitional Council (STC) armed forces are seen driving in Aden. Yemen government forces entered the interim capital Aden and recaptured a nearby province on Wednesday, pushing back separatists who had seized parts of the south this month. IMAGES

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Here’s the latest for Thursday August 15th: Israel bans two US congresswomen; US markets have another roller-coaster day; Thousands rally in Yemeni city of Aden in support of separatists; Scientists trying to figure out what is making Greenland melt .

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UAE-backed forces guard Aden streets as separatist say ready for talks | AFP

Fighters of the UAE-trained Security Belt Force, dominated by backers of the the Southern Transitional Council (STC) which seeks independence for south Yemen, monitor Yemen’s second city of Aden after the head of the STC said he was ready to take part in Saudi-brokered peace talks following deadly clashes with pro-government forces. IMAGES

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War, famine and fear: Yemeni cinema fights back

On opening night, Yemeni director Amr Gamal held his breath to see if anyone would turn up for his film, screened in a makeshift theatre in the war-torn country. More than a week later, the reception hall-turned-cinema is still packed nightly as residents of the southern city of Aden come to see his film, “10 Days Before the Wedding”, one of only a handful of Yemeni productions to come out over the past two decades.

Pro- and anrti-Huthi Yemenis mark different events

Huthi loyalists in the Yemeni capital Sanaa celebrate the Prophet Mohammed’s birthday while Yemenis loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in the southern port city of Aden mark the 50th anniversary of the independence of southern Yemen from Britain.

Yemenis react to partial reinstatement of US travel ban

Residents of the Yemeni port city of Aden condemn the US Supreme Court’s decision to partially reinstate President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban targeting citizens from six predominantly Muslim countries.

Yemen blast: ISIS kills up to 60 in suicide car bombing in Aden

Up to 60 people have been killed in a car bomb attack in the Yemeni city of Aden. Most of the dead were pro-government troops.

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VICE News Daily: Al Qaeda Occupies Major Yemeni Port City

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Al Qaeda enters a major port in Yemen, South Koreans hope for improved relations with the North, Germany’s right wing causes trouble for migrants, and Brazil’s newest tower monitors the Amazon rainforest.

YEMEN
Al Qaeda Seizes Southern Port City
Militants bombed the main intelligence building in Aden’s western district.

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Residents Hopeful Talks Will Ease Tensions
Two soldiers were wounded by North Korean landmines worsening relations.

GERMANY
Right Wing Protesters Clash Over Migrants
More than 30 police officers were hurt in scuffles with about 600 demonstrators.

BRAZIL
Amazon Tower to Monitor Climate Change
The 1,000-foot-tall structure allows scientists to observe the Amazon jungle’s ecosystem.

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Seeking Refuge in Djibouti: Escape From Yemen

According to UN estimates, nearly 100,000 people have fled Yemen since violence erupted there in March. Of those escaping the conflict, over 20,000 have sought refuge in the tiny East African nation of Djibouti, an authoritarian state located between Eritrea and Somalia seen as a beacon of stability in the region, largely due to its hosting of a US military base.

The Markazi refugee camp, located in the arid and dusty Obock region, plays host to many of those fleeing Yemen. Refugees can live in the tented camp, where the average June temperature varied between 111 and 122 degrees Fahrenheit (44 – 50 degrees Celsius). Otherwise they can pay cripplingly high rental costs for substandard living conditions in Djibouti City.

Following on from our coverage of the conflict in Aden, VICE News travels to Djibouti to discover the effects of the war on those forced to flee their homes and start anew.

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Escape From Yemen (Trailer)

According to UN estimates, nearly 100,000 people have fled Yemen since violence erupted there in March. Of those escaping the conflict, over 20,000 have sought refuge in the tiny East African nation of Djibouti, an authoritarian state located between Eritrea and Somalia seen as a beacon of stability in the region, largely due to its hosting of a US military base.

The Markazi refugee camp, located in the arid and dusty Obock region, plays host to many of those fleeing Yemen. Refugees can live in the tented camp, where the average June temperature varied between 111 and 122 degrees Fahrenheit (44 – 50 degrees Celsius). Otherwise they can pay cripplingly high rental costs for substandard living conditions in Djibouti City.

Following on from our coverage of the conflict in Aden, VICE News travels to Djibouti to discover the effects of the war on those forced to flee their homes and start anew.

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Read “As Yemenis Starve, Saudi Arabia is Accused of War Crimes in the Country” – http://bit.ly/1OTHsZY

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Pinned Down by Houthi Gunfire (Excerpt from ‘The Siege of Aden’)

VICE News filmmaker Medyan Dairieh spent two weeks in Yemen’s seaport city of Aden. Surrounded by Houthi militia rebels and under siege “from air, land, and sea,” Aden is the focal point of the Yemeni Southern Resistance.

Amid an ongoing humanitarian crisis, enduring the chaos of near-constant shelling and menace of snipers, he films with refugees, local politicians, and a training camp teaching young Yemenis to continue fighting the Houthi forces.

Dairieh also visits the frontlines, where his group comes under incoming fire. The conflict is also taking its toll on innocent children and in a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital, we witness the graphic cost of war.

In this excerpt, VICE News is taken to the frontline, where daily clashes erupt between the Houthi rebels and the local militias defending the city of Aden.

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The Future Of Yemen After The Siege (Extra Scene from ‘The Siege Of Aden’)

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VICE News filmmaker Medyan Dairieh spent two weeks in Yemen’s seaport city of Aden. Surrounded by Houthi militia rebels and under siege “from air, land, and sea,” Aden is the focal point of the Yemeni Southern Resistance.

Amid an ongoing humanitarian crisis, enduring the chaos of near-constant shelling and menace of snipers, he films with refugees, local politicians, and a training camp teaching young Yemenis to continue fighting the Houthi forces.

Dairieh also visits the front lines, where his group comes under incoming fire. The conflict is also taking its toll on innocent children and in a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital we witness the graphic cost of war.

In this extra scene, a group of local government workers and resistance fighters meet to discuss the future of Yemen and the possible separation of the south of the country from the north.

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