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UNICEF Yemen Jul 14
We work to reach every child everywhere with clean water! 👦🏽💦👧🏾 In Hajjah, , children and families living in rural areas will now have access to safe drinking water into their homes, thanks to newly installed water networks
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UNHCR United States Jul 13
Here are 6⃣ things you should know about .
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KSA Mission UN Jul 18
H.E. Amb .. " The Kingdom of have been the largest donor of aid to , we have spent more than 15 billion dollars"
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Sarah Leah Whitson Jul 19
Great to talk to ⁦⁩ in on desperate need for unity - winner🏆 and revolutionary woman 💪🏿an inspiration 🌟🌈✨ to all!
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Maha Nagi Jul 19
While the people around the sleeping world on an ergonomic beds or watching TV on thier comfortable couch, in we wake up paniced and scared by a terrifying sounds of series of air strikes at 3:00AM.. under attack .
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Fatik Al-Rodaini Jul 12
Here is an appeal from me as a human being to stop the Saudi war in & start in an active way to help people from being starving to death as a direct impact of this ugly war. Pic of a girl in Hajjah I received today as she is suffering from Severe Acute malnutrition
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Fatik Al-Rodaini Jul 17
Daily life of our children in No school. No health care. No food most of the time. Shame
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UN Human Rights Jul 12
: We are deeply alarmed by the imposition of the death penalty on 30 people by the Specialised First Instance Criminal Court of the de facto authorities in Sana’a
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Summer Nasser سمر ناصر اليافعي Jul 14
My dearest and sweetest, . The duo that forever puts first. ❤️
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Morgan Ortagus Jul 13
The U.S. is seriously concerned by the Iranian-backed ’ sentencing of 30 political prisoners to death in . We urge the Iranian-backed Houthis to retract these sentences, treat detainees humanely, and cease arbitrary detentions.
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Ahmad Algohbary 23h
My country today: -Population is 30 million. - More than 21 million need aid to survive. -3,600 schools across the country initially closed. -60 % of Yemenis are now food insecure & 16 million people do not have access to safe water and proper sanitation.
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محمدالحجيلي 🇾🇪 Jul 19
According to friends made car In response to the huge need of less oil spender Cars, A creative man has made his own little car so he can move going & back using less oil as Yemenis are suffering of high prices of oil and periodic crisis. I like what this man has made
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Mohamad Al Shami Jul 19
✈️🚀 , deeply concerns bout best ally - & - defeat in 🇾🇪✌️, referring it, a defeat to itself. Says Impact’ll reflect on whole region, leaving at risk, future regional war, region more devided 2 clear identities (against vs. pro )
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GlobalTragedyNews Jul 19
What brings humanity down to the brink is not material poverty but mental and spiritual poverty. Poverty is not the lack of material but the lack of social solidarity. We do not lack materials , we have a lot, but we lack
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Saudi Labourite🌹 Jul 18
Very easy for the Right to tell us to 'go back' to 'where we came from'. If you didn't destabilise our countries in the first place (e.g., enabling war & famine in through arms sales to ), we wouldn't have to come here in the first place.
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Mark Lowcock Jul 18
About to brief the Security Council on the humanitarian situation in . 📺 Watch here:
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Fatik Al-Rodaini Jul 18
Please my friends, followers, backers and supporters pray for me.. I'm very tired and sick after being hit today early morning by a motorcycle in the capital Sana'a. Your prayers will help me.. Fatik.
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Badr Yousef Jul 18
Sana'a Old City of Sana'a Taken by mobile
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Oxfam International Jul 18
80% of population need emergency aid. This is the world's largest humanitarian crisis.
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Ahmad Algohbary Jul 17
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