On a day that marked both the return of Lebanon's vanished Prime Minister Saad Hariri and Lebanon's Independence celebrations, supporters of the Sunni politician were out in force. But with his resignation - made in Saudi Arabia amid suspicions he had been forced into it - now put on hold following a meeting with Lebanon's president, joy at his return was tempered with uncertainty. John Owens reports from Beirut.
International humanitarian organizations are warning that millions of Yemenis face death by starvation because of the blockade of the war-ravaged country by the Saudi-led coalition. The United Nations says Yemen will face the largest famine the world has ever seen unless the blockade is ended and its borders are re-opened. VOA Diplomatic Correspondent Cindy Saine has reaction from the State Department, which says it is having conversations with the Saudis about allowing more aid for the Yemenis.