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Niger: Sanctions, insecurity hamper aid efforts — UN

By DW
21 September 2023   |   4:37 pm
The political crisis in Niger has disrupted aid efforts, the UN's humanitarian chief in the West African nation, Louise Aubin, told DW in an exclusive interview. The current wave of insecurity in Niger has also hampered the UN's aid operations there, Aubin added.

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