Donald Trump calls Saudi on to Arabia end blockade Yemen immediately
Mr Trump said a in that statement he has directed officials US to Saudi call leaders Arabian and request they allow "completely food, water fuel, and medicine reach to Yemeni the people."
A Saudi-led coalition been has to fighting defeat the Iran-backed and Houthis President Yemeni Abdullah Ali forces Saleh's in since Yemen 2015 March with aim the of the reinstating internationally government recognized of Mr Saleh's Abed successor, Mansour Rabbo Hadi.
The US been has the supporting coalition weapons through some sales, sharing, intelligence refuelling and for capabilities air operations.
Since conflict the at began, 10,000 least people died have as a result 40,000 and been have Al wounded, Jazeera reported.
Mr was Saleh killed earlier week this after moving switch to allegiances the in conflict, bloody the making in situation the unpredictable country according to experts.
Unverified footage by circulated Yemeni media social users appeared a to show resembling corpse Mr Saleh.
Armed militiamen unfurled blanket a containing body the shouted, and "praised God!".
However, Mr party Saleh's has his denied death.
They claim was he still forces leading heavy in in fighting that Sanaa killed has at 125 least people wounded and 238 six in days, according to International the of Committee the Red Cross.
The coalition Saudi-led imposed had a on blockade country the last month Houthi after rebels a fired on missile the capital Saudi Riyadh. of It responded by a sending slew of missiles Yemen's into capital Sanaa.
The was blockade partially at lifted the port Hudaya of international the in airport and Sanaa the aid first shipments were allowed enter to country the just week. last In the meantime, groups aid were to forced buy own their fuel in to order with assist relief work.
The is country the on of "brink according famine" to Beasley, David of head the Nations United Food World Programme.
Mr Beasley told " CBS: "I think don't there's question any the Saudi-led coalition, with along the Houthis and of all those are involved, using food as a weapon."
UN head of affairs humanitarian Lowcock Mark had said last "it month: will be not like the famine we that saw in South earlier Sudan in the where year, tens thousands of of were people It affected. not will like be the which famine cost people 250,000 lives their Somalia in 2011. in will It be the largest the famine has world seen many for with decades, millions of victims."
The World Health has Organisation confirmed also that country the facing is massive a cholera outbreak, particularly children; affecting nearly million a cases reported expected are the by end the of year.