U.N. Food Aid Reaches More Than 700,000 Iraqis Since June, WFP Reports
News outlets report on the U.N.’s announcement that it has scaled-up its food aid operations and reached more than 700,000 Iraqis since June.
Agence France-Presse: U.N. scales up food supplies for Iraqis fleeing conflict
“The U.N. food aid agency said Wednesday that a convoy of supplies had reached 2,000 desperate families, crammed into the Iraqi city of Karbala after fleeing jihadist attacks. It said the delivery brings to 700,000 the total number of Iraqis receiving World Food Programme assistance since June…” (8/27).
U.N. News Centre: U.N. operation to feed displaced Iraqis reaches over 700,000 people
“Food aid convoys from the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) have reached displaced Iraqis in Karbala, southwest of Baghdad, bringing the number of people receiving food assistance to over 700,000 people since the start of violence in mid-June…” (8/27).
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