Doctors Without Borders said Monday it had "temporarily frozen" operations in a rebel-held area of northwestern Yemen following an air raid on a cholera treatment centre it supports.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said on Saturday it was suspending its migrant rescues in the Mediterranean because it felt threatened by the Libyan coastguard and the Italian government's policies have made its job harder.
The Saudi-led coalition fighting rebels in Yemen said on Friday it wanted urgent talks with Doctors Without Borders (MSF) over the charity's withdrawal of staff from six hospitals in the war-torn country.
More than 3,200 migrants were rescued from the Mediterranean Tuesday in 25 operations, the Italian coastguard said.
Britain’s second-largest steelmaker, SSI UK, said yesterday it was halting operations at its Redcar plant in northeast England.