"This is the news and brief from the United Nations children are dying needlessly every day. And the humanitarian situation in Yemen is dire. The head of the World Food, Programme WFP told the Security Council on Monday, David Beasley said that despite the immense suffering of the twenty million Yemenis who do not have enough to eat the UN agency continues to face fierce resistance to doing its core job, namely, keeping people alive. The World Food Programme his being prevented from feeding the hungriest in Yemen. He asserted explaining that the UN food assistance is being diverted, mostly in areas controlled by who the'rebels at the expense of hungry children women and men, Mr. Beasley said some aid would have to be suspended within days, unless assurances are given to stop the diversions in Yemen. We're fortunate enough to have the money we need. We just don't have the. Access. We don't make this decision lightly. I am begging the who tease and all of those concern to do all within your power to let us do what we do best save lives. You en population report predicts that by the year, twenty fifty there will be some nine point seven billion people living on the planet, and yet, the overall growth rate continues to fall and more and more countries will have to adapt to aging populations the world population prospects twenty nine thousand nine report estimates that over the next thirty years, today's global population of seven point seven billion will increase by two billion, and by the end of the century, the earth will have to sustain some eleven billion people India is set to replace China, as the most populous country and the population in sub Saharan Africa will double, many of the fastest growing populations. In the poorest countries where population growth brings additional challenges said, lucianne men, the UN chief of economic, and social affairs, turning to the effects of climate change in the oceans secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez opened the twenty ninth meeting of the states parties to the UN convention on the law of the sea, with a warning that marine life is not only under unprecedented pressure. But that half of all living coral has been lost in the past one hundred fifty years. He pointed out that conflicting demands from industry, fishing shipping, mining and tourism are creating unsustainable levels of stress on marine and coastal ecosystems in the past four decades plastic pollution in the sea has increased tenfold he said and a third of fish, stocks are now overexploited to address these challenges mister Gutierrez, spelled out that we must act across an array of sectors. And he called the UN law of the sea convention, one of L best tools to do, so on the past quarter, century the convention as the constitution for our oceans, as a chief d- nearly universal acceptance it has given us a comprehensive framework for the peaceful cooperative and sustainable use of seas oceans. And there is sources and it has provided the foundation for the progressive development of the law of the sea."