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Revolting-Subject Oct 17
In the past week online have run 29 stories on the royal family. And 2 stories about the famine in ( the worst in a century)
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World Food Programme Oct 18
Conflict and economic hardship are affecting millions of civilians in . The consequences are devastating. 🍞Basic food prices have gone up by 35% in 12 months 👶🏽 A child dies every 10min due to preventable diseases 👨‍👩‍👧‍👧 8 million people need daily food assistance to survive
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Orla Guerin Oct 19
Heartbreaking picture by my colleague ⁦⁩ of young victims of airstrike in . No apologies for reposting. Every boy had a family and a future until it was taken away - by an in broad daylight on a busy street full of shops, and civilians
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Orla Guerin Oct 19
A cemetery for the young victims of . They call it the ‘Dahyan Children’s Garden’.
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Fatik Al-Rodaini 3m
Famine, Hunger, Starvation, Diseases, And poverty is everywhere in my country 13 million people at risk of famine. The west govenments talk about more than talking about millions people in pic taken in Aslam of Hajjeh
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Orla Guerin Oct 19
. We investigate the killing of 42 school boys in an in by the led coalition. UK still a major arms supplier to the Saudis. These children should be alive today. Thanks to incredible colleagues
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Orla Guerin Oct 16
#”I have lost 42 sons” - headmaster Abdul Wahab Abdallah now has empty seats in place of treasured students killed in by SAUDI led coalition
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Fatik Al-Rodaini 37m
Ali's father wasn't able to pay for his child's treatment bec he is poor. Ali's mother has no milk to feed her child bec she did't eat enough food. Ali is suffering from severly acute malnutrition as 500000 other children, who they are now living in the same situation.
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MintPress News Oct 17
The world has only 3 months to halt the slide toward catastrophe in .
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Jagmeet Singh Oct 17
12 million ppl in face starvation if the bombings don't stop – yet the Liberal Government refuses to end the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia, used in this abhorrent onslaught of civilians. This has to stop. Canada must immediately end our sale of arms to Saudi Arabia.
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Anne Peterson 19h
Replying to @GeorgiasLori
I am INCENSED over BENGHAZI. But I DOUBT you're INCENSED by the butchering (Children in BUSES even) going on in NOW, at the hands of these murderous ruling - you really going to ltake their word over a respected JOURNALIST??
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Ste Matthew Murray🇵🇸♿🏳️‍🌈 Oct 16
People responsible for the humanitarian disaster: Saudi Trump Obama Clintons Blair Blairites New Labour Tories Cameron May Lib Dems Nick Clegg Vince Cable People who voted against selling Saudi weapons and Saudi wars Corbyn Corbynites
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Fatik Al-Rodaini Oct 20
WE visited a displaced camp in Aslam for ppl fled from Hayran area in Hajjeh. We saw ppl living with nothing & eating nothing. They complaining that the UN agencies didn't send them any kind of assistance. A woman there said that there are without clean water since 8 days.
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RT Oct 17
Up to 13-million people are facing starvation in - UN
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Walid Oct 20
Tucker Carlson on murder: "Its not surprising but what is confusing is the mindless posturing by our own ruling class. They are telling us that his murder is more important than the countless children the Saudis have bombed & starved in ??."
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liam cunningham Oct 17
Maybe the politicians and the media could explain how important those arms sales are to this lady.
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Catherine Prestwich 7h
Replying to @waltshaub @MSNBC and 6 others
The forced starvation of 13 million ppl in Yemen is preventable and must urgently be covered by tv news. We are ready to care. Spend time covering this. Pls save ppls lives by turning our attention to this horror.
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✊ Muhammad 👉Yame 🎩 5h
️ ⚫️ Stop The War On ⚫️ ✊️
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غنى رباعي Ghina Rebai Oct 18
IF ONLY COMMON SENSE WAS MORE COMMON How did the case of killing become world widely more prior than the case of killing, terrifying, and putting into starvation thousands of children in ?! P.S: both made by Saudi gov, 1st condemned and 2nd supported by US gov.
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Karim alariqi 7h
Amazing weather today 😍
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