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UN warnings from humanitarian organizations continue of an unprecedented food crisis in Yemen, at a time when the United Nations warns that it may have to reduce aid starting next June.

In light of the international effort to alleviate the humanitarian crisis, the United Nations announced that Canada has provided one million dollars to support relief operations in Yemen. Moreover, the World Food Program said – in a tweet on Twitter – that this amount is additional to support the operations of the World Food Program in Yemen.

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