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World Food Programme to resume food aid in Yemen's Sanaa

Reuters Friday, 9 August 2019
The World Food Programme said on Friday it is resuming food distributions next week for 850,000 people in Yemen's capital Sanaa after a two-month halt following an agreement with Houthi authorities.
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