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July 03, 2015
Deadly clashes rock Yemen as UN raises emergency level
Aden (AFP) July 2, 2015
At least 22 people were killed Thursday in Yemen as fighting raged in the southern port of Aden and Saudi-led warplanes bombed Shiite rebels in the capital Sanaa, officials said. The violence came a day after the UN declared its highest level of humanitarian emergency in the country, where it says some 3,000 people, half of them civilians, have been killed since March. But there was a ray of hope, as the Red Cross said it had begun distributing food in the beleaguered city of Aden, where it said ... read more

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