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Food Stolen From Thousands In War Torn Yemen

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Food Stolen From Thousands In War Torn Yemen

Food Stolen From Thousands In War Torn Yemen

According to CNN, food is being stolen from over 16 million hungry people in Yemen.

The UN suspects that supplies are being diverted away from famished children toward fighters or supporters of the Iran-backed Houthis forces that control much of the country, though the Houthis and their officials deny this.

The Houthis have often been seen as the underdogs in the war with Saudi Arabia.

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