The intense photograph of such a small child with pain – Hussein suffers from severe acute malnutrition – was an emblem of the violent civil war that prompted millions on the brink of hunger.
"Amal always smiled, now I worry about my other children," she told the newspaper in a telephone interview. He said Amal died on Oct. 26, according to the Times.
The three-year conflict between the US-backed coalition of Saudi Arabia and Iran against Juan has destroyed Yemen and reportedly killed at least 10,000 people.
In an interview with CNN on Thursday, Martin Griffiths, UN envoy in Yemen, acknowledged that Khashoggi's killing on October 2 "catalyses" requires peace in Yemen.
He added that the most pressing factor justifying the US foreign policy move to Yemen was the threat of hunger.
"The threat of hunger is a very real threat and it is in danger of doubling the number of people in Yemen who are at risk of starving or starving," he said.
Griffiths warned that the alternative to peace would be "devastating", which would lead to increased hunger, terrorism and further regional instability and will affect the trade routes used to access Europe.
Journalist Hakim Almasmari contributed to this report from Sanaa, Yemen.