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[...] The country's going through a major cholera outbreak. And yesterday the World Health Organization said there are now more than 100,000 suspected cases there. [...] was already in crisis mode before this happened. Back in 2015, [...] rebels (backed by [...] ) took over the Presidential palace. Ever since, they've been fighting with gov forces (backed by [...] ). The conflict's left Yemen's food and healthcare systems in shambles and the country is on the verge of famine. Now, thousands of people have gotten cholera, a deadly but treatable disease that comes from drinking contaminated water. Nearly 800 people have died in just over a month – which is unusually fast. Health officials say there could be hundreds of thousands more cases in the next few weeks. And they're pushing for a ceasefire so they can get in to help.
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[...] The country's going through a major cholera outbreak. And yesterday the World Health Organization said there are now more than 100,000 suspected cases there. [...] was already in crisis mode before this happened. Back in 2015, [...] rebels (backed by [...] ) took over the Presidential palace. Ever since, they've been fighting with gov forces (backed by [...] ). The conflict's left Yemen's food and healthcare systems in shambles and the country is on the verge of famine. Now, thousands of people have gotten cholera, a deadly but treatable disease that comes from drinking contaminated water. Nearly 800 people have died in just over a month – which is unusually fast. Health officials say there could be hundreds of thousands more cases in the next few weeks. And they're pushing for a ceasefire so they can get in to help.
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Yemen
Houthi rebels
Iran
Saudi Arabia

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[...] The country's going through a major cholera outbreak. And yesterday the World Health Organization said there are now more than 100,000 suspected cases there. [...] was already in crisis mode before this happened. Back in 2015, [...] rebels (backed by [...] ) took over the Presidential palace. Ever since, they've been fighting with gov forces (backed by [...] ). The conflict's left Yemen's food and healthcare systems in shambles and the country is on the verge of famine. Now, thousands of people have gotten cholera, a deadly but treatable disease that comes from drinking contaminated water. Nearly 800 people have died in just over a month – which is unusually fast. Health officials say there could be hundreds of thousands more cases in the next few weeks. And they're pushing for a ceasefire so they can get in to help.
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Yemen
Houthi rebels
Iran
Saudi Arabia
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