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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