Yemen rebels slam World Food Programme after Nobel Peace Prize win
Yemen rebels slam World Food Programme after Nobel Peace Prize win

Yemen’s rebels, previously accused of diverting humanitarian aid in the war-torn country, claimed Friday that the World Food Programme lacked neutrality, after it won the Nobel Peace Prize for fighting global hunger.Meanwhile, Yemen’s internationally-recognised government welcomed the choice of winner, pointing to the “wise and courageous” leadership of the UN agency’s executive director, David Beasley.Iran-backed Houthi insurgents have been fighting for control of Yemen since 2014.A Saudi-led military coalition intervened in support of the government the following year.”We find that the WFP h…

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