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UN agencies seek $4,1B to help with fleeing civilians and refugees

By France24
08 February 2024   |   6:27 pm
The comments came as OCHA and the U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, appealed for $4.1 billion in international support for embattled civilians in Sudan amid signs that some may be dying of starvation after nearly a year of war there between the forces of the rival generals.

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