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More than 550,000 fleeing Hodeidah in Yemen suffer survival crisis

By Reuters
30 October 2018   |   12:44 pm
More than 550,000 have fled their homes in Yemen's port city of Hodeidah and surrounding areas amid escalating fighting, and these internally displaced persons are suffering severe survival crisis.

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