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UNICEF warns of increasing cholera cases in Yemen
16 May 2017 -  UNICEF today warned about increasing cholera cases in Yemen. Spokesperson Christophe Boulierac said that “Yemenis are staring at yet another public health crisis in the making.” According to UNICEF, 11,000 cases of diarrhoea have been reported, of which over 250 cases are confirmed for cholera. There are over 130 dead so far, of which some are confirmed to be because of cholera. As of today, 25 per cent of the cases are from Sanaa.