U.S. To Provide $89M In Additional Humanitarian Aid To Yemen
Newsweek: U.S. Announces $89 Million in Humanitarian Aid to Yemen
“The U.S. will provide $89 million in additional humanitarian aid to war-torn Yemen, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced Wednesday. The funding will go toward food assistance, safe drinking water, and medical care for the nearly 80 percent of Yemen’s population who need humanitarian relief, Ned Price, spokesman for the National Security Council, said Wednesday…” (Westcott, 9/17).
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