Iran's arm steals food from hungry mouthsEnglish - Sunday 06 January 2019 الساعة 02:26 pm
The Houthi group, the Iranian arm in Yemen, trades international humanitarian shipments as thousands of Yemeni children die because of their families do not have food.
Houthi militias leaders take over 60 percent of all food aid deliveries from UN humanitarian agencies, while 40 percent are distributed to their followers in Sana'a and Sa'ada.
The World Food Program (WFP) has finally opened an investigation after increasing reports of food sale on open markets.
The WFP provided evidences of the involvement of Houthi militias' leaders in seizing relief shipments.
Investigators monitored aid recipients' lists and falsified food distribution records, while bulk shipments were sold to get money incomes in the Capital Sana'a markets