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Babies in Yemen Her face wrinkles Because Malnourished

Sanaa, Yemen, Yemen was in a major food disaster. More than 10 million people are estimated to suffer from hunger in the war-torn country, which has struggled with al-Qaeda terrorism and the lack of political stability. Hunger and malnutrition were struck babies are innocent.

These images show how pathetic these infants and young children struggling to survive with food supplies continued thinning.

Due to severe malnutrition, a 3-month-old baby was being very thin with the skin all over his body that looked wrinkled.

The poor baby was not alone, as there are nearly 1 million children in Yemen suffering from acute malnutrition. Babies are almost unknown as a human being because of his condition.

"Yemen suffered a serious economic crisis that mark as one of the 10 most vulnerable countries with the highest poverty levels in the world," said Mustafa Nasr, head of the Yemeni Studies and Economic Media Center, told The Business Recorder, as reported by Dailymail, Saturday (1/8 / 2012).

Yemen's political crisis last year increased hunger in this country because of food and fuel prices are soaring. According to the UN, malnutrition rates in some parts of the country is alarming, with 1 in 3 children suffer from malnutrition.

Yemen is highly dependent on food imports, the region is believed to be dependent on outside imports for 90 percent of the wheat.

The increase in food prices, coupled with a lack of food reserves to grow in homes, have put the country in Southwest Asia is in trouble and despair.

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