3.3M People In Southern Yemeni City Need Critical Humanitarian Aid, WHO Official Says

U.N. News Centre: Yemen: 3.3 million people in need of critical aid in besieged Taiz, warns U.N. health agency
“The top United Nations health official in Yemen is appealing for unrestricted access to Taiz, where ‘innocent lives are at risk’ in the besieged highland city where more than 3.3 million people are in critical need of health assistance, safe drinking water, food, and fuel…” (10/21).

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