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In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen

Yemen is the world's worst humanitarian crisis, where 8.3 million people are entirely dependent on external food aid and 400,000 children suffer from severe acute malnutrition, a potentially lethal condition, according to the United Nations.

In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
A displaced Yemeni child sits next to boxes of Saudi-provided humanitarian food aid at a camp in Yemen's northeastern province of Marib. The Saudi-led Arab coalition to oust Huthi rebels had pledged $1.5 billion in new aid for Yemen after the United Nations launched a record appeal to address what it says is the world's worst humanitarian crisis. More than three-quarters of Yemen's 29 million population need humanitarian aid, with some 8.4 million at risk of famine, the UN humanitarian affairs office has said.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
Saudi soldiers stand by as a Saudi Air Force cargo plane carrying humanitarian aid lands at an airfield in Yemen's northeastern province of Marib. The Saudi-led Arab coalition to oust Huthi rebels had pledged $1.5 billion in new aid for Yemen after the United Nations launched a record appeal to address what it says is the world's worst humanitarian crisis. More than three-quarters of Yemen's 29 million population need humanitarian aid, with some 8.4 million at risk of famine, the UN humanitarian affairs office has said.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
A displaced Yemeni child looks at to boxes of Saudi-provided humanitarian food aid lying on the hood of a car at a camp in Yemen's northeastern province of Marib. The Saudi-led Arab coalition to oust Huthi rebels had pledged $1.5 billion in new aid for Yemen after the United Nations launched a record appeal to address what it says is the world's worst humanitarian crisis. More than three-quarters of Yemen's 29 million population need humanitarian aid, with some 8.4 million at risk of famine, the UN humanitarian affairs office has said.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
A displaced Yemeni child sits on boxes and sacks of Saudi-provided humanitarian food aid at a camp in Yemen's northeastern province of Marib. The Saudi-led Arab coalition to oust Huthi rebels had pledged $1.5 billion in new aid for Yemen after the United Nations launched a record appeal to address what it says is the world's worst humanitarian crisis. More than three-quarters of Yemen's 29 million population need humanitarian aid, with some 8.4 million at risk of famine, the UN humanitarian affairs office has said.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
Displaced Yemenis receive Saudi-provided humanitarian aid at a camp in Yemen's northeastern province of Marib. The Saudi-led Arab coalition to oust Huthi rebels had pledged $1.5 billion in new aid for Yemen after the United Nations launched a record appeal to address what it says is the world's worst humanitarian crisis. More than three-quarters of Yemen's 29 million population need humanitarian aid, with some 8.4 million at risk of famine, the UN humanitarian affairs office has said.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
A displaced Yemeni child sits on sacks of Saudi-provided humanitarian food aid at a camp in Yemen's northeastern province of Marib on January 26, 2018. The Saudi-led Arab coalition to oust Huthi rebels had pledged $1.5 billion in new aid for Yemen after the United Nations launched a record appeal to address what it says is the world's worst humanitarian crisis. More than three-quarters of Yemen's 29 million population need humanitarian aid, with some 8.4 million at risk of famine, the UN humanitarian affairs office has said.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
Saudi soldiers stand by in an airfield as a Saudi Air Force cargo plane lands at an airfield in Yemen's northeastern province of Marib. The Saudi-led Arab coalition to oust Huthi rebels had pledged $1.5 billion in new aid for Yemen after the United Nations launched a record appeal to address what it says is the world's worst humanitarian crisis. More than three-quarters of Yemen's 29 million population need humanitarian aid, with some 8.4 million at risk of famine, the UN humanitarian affairs office has said.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
Workers unload wheat assistance provided by UNICEF from a cargo ship at the Red Sea port of Hodeida. Hodeida is a key entry point for United Nations aid to war-torn Yemen.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
Workers unload aid packages from a Saudi air force cargo plane, at an airfield Yemen's cebtral province of Marib. A Saudi-led military coalition announced $1.5 billion in new humanitarian aid for Yemen after the United Nations made what it called a record appeal for assistance for the war-ravaged country.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
Saudi soldiers stand guard as workers unload aid packages from a Saudi air force cargo plane, at an airfield Yemen's central province of Marib. A Saudi-led military coalition announced $1.5 billion in new humanitarian aid for Yemen after the United Nations made what it called a record appeal for assistance for the war-ravaged country.
In pictures: Saudi-led coalition humanitarian aid arrived in Yemen
Saudi soldiers stand guard as workers unload aid packages from a Saudi air force cargo plane, at an airfield Yemen's central province of Marib. A Saudi-led military coalition announced $1.5 billion in new humanitarian aid for Yemen after the United Nations made what it called a record appeal for assistance for the war-ravaged country.