Still hope for Yemen despite violence and famine

On Thursday Even though it was a virtual session, one could sense the emotional atmosphere during a meeting of the Security Council as Martin Griffiths, the UN special envoy for Yemen, briefed members about the “harrowing note” on which 2020 had ended in the war-ravaged country.
He spoke of his shock when he visited Aden’s civilian airport and saw the damage caused by “a vicious attack” on Dec. 30 targeting the Yemeni government’s newly formed cabinet as they arrived at the airport. Dozens of civilians were killed or injured, including government officials, humanitarian aid workers, and a journalist.