(Al Jazeera) – The United Nations decried on Tuesday the impact that the war in Yemen has had on children where about 2,200 minors have been killed in instances where they were being forced to fight or died of preventable diseases.  “Since 2015, more than half of health facilities have stopped working, and 1,500 schools have been damaged due to airstrikes and shelling,” said Henrietta Fore, executive director of UNICEF, the UN children’s agency. “There is no justification for this carnage,” she said.