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Britain announces 160 million pounds in humanitarian aid to Yemen: minister

Reuters Tuesday, 2 June 2020
Britain announced on Tuesday 160 million pounds ($201 million) in humanitarian aid to Yemen, James Cleverly, the Foreign Office minister for the Middle East and North Africa, told a pledging conference to help the war-torn country.
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