Cameroonians Displaced by Separatist Conflict Need Support
Ongoing clashes between Cameroon's separatists and the military have affected nearly two million people, leaving thousands dead and hundreds of thousands displaced. Many of the displaced have found refuge in the neighboring town of Douala, where they live crowded into small rooms and struggling to get by. Moki Edwin Kindzeka has this report by Anne Nzouankeu from Douala.
The need is growing for trauma therapy because of ongoing military-separatist clashes in the western regions
#CAMEROONTRAUMACLINIC Remarks by Virginia Gamba, Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict and Under-Secretary-General, on the 6th official observance of the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict on the impact of COVID-19 on survivors of conflict-related sexual violence. Rising violence in the Central African Republic is threatening to plunge the country back into war. Fighting has intensified between ethnic groups and armed gangs vying for territory. Aid workers say they are unable to help thousands of people who have been displaced by the conflict.
Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports. Covid-19 has brought Yemen's health system to a complete collapse according to the medical charity Doctors Without Borders.
The number of deaths in the country — which was already wracked by civil war — is almost impossible to determine.
Yemen was already facing the world's worst humanitarian crisis — after years of conflict between its Houthi rebels and the internationally-recognised government.
The rebels are backed by Iran while a coalition led by Saudi Arabia and supported by the United States and the UK backs the government.
Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting from Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet.