U.N. Agencies Deliver Food, Medical Supplies In Yemen Despite Failed Humanitarian Pause In Fighting

Reuters: U.N. delivers urgent food and health supplies to Aden
“United Nations convoys of food and medical supplies have reached the southern Yemeni province of Aden, but fighting around Aden’s port is still preventing ships from docking, U.N. officials said on Tuesday…” (Nebehay/Miles, 7/14).

U.N. News Centre: Yemen: U.N. agencies deliver life-saving medicines and domestic supplies amid ongoing fighting
“With an expected humanitarian pause failing to take hold in crisis-torn Yemen over the past weekend, the United Nations said [Tuesday] that four out of five people in the country rely on some type of assistance, and the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that it has been able to deliver urgently needed supplies to the port city of Aden…” (7/14).

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