Leading doctor Abdullah Alkhamesi, 76, becomes latest victim of collapse in healthcare as conflict continues

The founder of the Red Crescent humanitarian organisation in war-torn Yemen has died after being denied access to life-saving treatment, his family said, making him the latest victim of the collapse of the nation’s healthcare system.

Abdullah Alkhamesi, 76, a leading doctor, established the organisation in the early 1970s, and it has since saved countless lives.

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