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World Humanitarian Day: UN, others honour aid workers across the world

By TVC News Nigeria
31 August 2019   |   8:27 am
The United Nations and other agencies in Nigeria involved in humanitarian work marked the humanitarian day in honour of aid workers all over the world. The day was also specifically dedicated to aid workers who died in the course of duty.

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