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UN calls on donors to step up humanitarian aid in Yemen

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Sanaa (Yemen), Oct 21 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Yahya Arhab) The United Nations (UN) has been forced to reduce and suspend 16 humanitarian programs in Yemen, while another 26 are under threat due to lack of funding.FOOTAGE OF A CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IN SANAA.

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