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Amnesty: Four million disabled people lack basic care in Yemen

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Amnesty: Four million disabled people lack basic care in Yemen

Amnesty: Four million disabled people lack basic care in Yemen

The rights group says disabled people are most at risk because of the war between Houthi rebels and the UN-recognised government.


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