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Al Jazeera captures evidence of food aid stolen in Yemen war

Al Jazeera Thursday, 3 January 2019
The WFP has accused both Houthis and Saudi-UAE coalition backed forces of diverting aid in areas under their control.
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The WFP has accused both Houthis and Saudi-UAE coalition backed forces of diverting aid in areas under their control.

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