Eight electrocuted in Caracas looting amid Venezuela protests- firefighter
"We're afraid (the stores) are going to run out of everything, that tomorrow there won't be any food"
Yemen close to 'breaking point' as U.N. scales up food aid
It will cost up to $1.2 billion to feed starving Yemenis for one year
Turkana: a view from the drought
A first-hand account of deteriorating conditions in Northern Kenya
Yemen forces prepare to move on main port, agencies say civilians at risk
The International Rescue Committee has said any attack targeting the port would "have a catastrophic impact on the people of Yemen"
INTERVIEW-U.N. food aid chief fears U.S. budget cuts could leave children hungry
"I do not believe that the people of the United States support allowing babies to go hungry"
3,000 people a day fleeing in cholera-stricken Somalia as famine looms
"These are clear hallmarks of a catastrophe in the making ... Now is our last chance to avert a famine" - NRC Somalia country director Victor Moses
UN may use other Yemen ports to ensure food pipeline, avert famine
"We face an enormous difficulty bringing material into the country because of the coalition's activities on the open seas"
In drought-stricken Somaliland, families try to survive on black tea
Two million people in the breakaway Horn of Africa republic -- about half its population -- face starvation after an acute drought killed their livestock
Decline of ancient trade route deepens Yemeni food crisis
Small wooden boats sailing from the UAE are moving vital supplies to secluded coves on Yemen's south coast - sidestepping military inspections
World has just months to stop starvation in Yemen, Somalia - Red Cross
More than 20 million people are facing famine in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeast Nigeria.