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The International Committee of the Red Cross announced the distribution of water tanks to help about 3,012 displaced people in Ma’rib Governorate, northern Yemen. The committee said in a tweet on Twitter that it has distributed, in cooperation with the Yemeni Red Crescent, 502 water tanks with a capacity of 1,000 liters, to help about 3,012 needy people improve their access to clean water. It added that the aid came as part of its emergency response to the recent influx of internally displaced people into the city of Ma’rib and the Al-Wadi area in the governorate.

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