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Fixes: For Starving Children, a Bite of Hope

By TINA ROSENBERG

Malnutrition kills a million of the world’s children a year. To stem that, United Nations agencies and charities are testing a new system for distributing high-nutrition foods more efficiently.

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The Pros and Cons of New York’s Fledgling Compost Program

By LISA M. COLLINS

If successful, it could reduce landfill use and save the city millions. There are a few obstacles to work through first, though.

As Famine Looms in Yemen, Saudi-Led Coalition Redoubles Attacks

By MOHAMMED ALI KALFOOD and DECLAN WALSH

The surge in fighting follows a U.S. call for peace talks, with the United Nations warning that as many as 14 million people could be at risk of starvation.

U.S. Continues Giving Aid to Central America and to Millions of Venezuelan Refugees

By EDWARD WONG

President Trump pledged to cut off the assistance because of the caravan approaching the United States. But the money still flows. And the U.S. is helping countries with Venezuelan refugees.

U.S. and Britain Seek Yemen Cease-Fire as Relations With Saudis Cool

By GARDINER HARRIS, ERIC SCHMITT and RICK GLADSTONE

Pressure from Saudi Arabia’s biggest arms suppliers intensified to halt a conflict that has created what the United Nations has called the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis: How to Help.

By AODHAN BEIRNE

Yemen’s years long civil war has sparked the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, and it could become even worse.

Sketchbook | Graphic review: An Illustrated Homage to the Oceans Atlas

By KRISTEN RADTKE

The graphic artist Kristen Radtke recalls the influence that a book about the seas had on her young imagination.

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