Much of the world’s focus is on the rising coronavirus pandemic.
And because the conflict on the illness is stepped up, the United Nations is asking for a ceasefire in different wars – reminiscent of in Syria and Yemen – saying individuals must be combating the outbreak, not one another.
The warring sides in Yemen are cautiously backing the UN’s attraction.
Five years of battle have killed a minimum of 100,000 individuals and created the world’s worst humanitarian disaster.
What are the prospects of ending the battle?
Presenter: Bernard Smith
Hussain Al-Bukhaiti – journalist and commentator on Houthi affairs
Afrah Nasser – researcher on Yemen for Human Rights Watch
Elisabeth Kendall – senior analysis fellow in Arabic and Islamic research at Pembroke College, University of Oxford
Source: Al Jazeera