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US lawmakers slam ‘unauthorized’ military aid for Saudi-led coalition in Yemen

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US lawmakers slam ‘unauthorized’ military aid for Saudi-led coalition in YemenOriginal source for this article can be found on RT by clicking hereThe US House of Representatives has passed a resolution which states Washington’s support for the Saudi-led coalition in the Yemen war is unauthorized. However, the resolution does not call for an immediate halt to US assistance. In a non-binding move, the lawmakers publicly […]

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News video: Saudi coalition to allow aid into rebel-held Yemen port

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The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen is to allow aid deliveries to the rebel-held port of Hodeidah and Sanaa airport. It follows a blockade of the country lasting more than two weeks which the UN had warned could spark “the largest famine the world has ever seen”. Food aid and other...

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