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We saw how Yemen’s children are slowly starving to death | Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Filming in Yemen, we realised the scale of severe malnutrition among the country’s children – by far the greatest cause of casualties in this war
By Krishnan Guru-Murthy

People are gathered around a bed in the emergency ward of Al-Sabeen children’s hospital in Sana’a, the Yemeni capital. Five-month-old Atan is being examined while lying next to another struggling baby. He’s tiny, and his breathing is fast and shallow. His father is staring glassy-eyed while his mother holds an oxygen tube near the boy’s face. She’s wearing a niqab so all I can see are her eyes. There are no tears, but a terrible look of fear. Across the bed, a doctor frantically checks the baby over and demands urgently: “When was the last time he ate?” There is no answer. Atan is severely malnourished. He’s been starving – as has his mother. She’s been eating so little she’s unable to breastfeed any more. She tried giving him goat’s milk, but it gave him diarrhoea.

But selling arms to Saudi Arabia is more important according to the Tory government which is filled with war profiteers.