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AP Investigation: Food aid stolen as Yemen starves
by Maggie Michael
The Associated Press Translate This Article
31 December 2018
On 31 December 2018 The Associated Press reported:
Day after day Nabil al-Hakimi, a humanitarian official in Taiz, one of Yemen's largest cities, went to work feeling he had a 'mountain' on his shoulders. Billions of dollars in food and other foreign aid was coming into his war-ravaged homeland, but millions of Yemenis were still living a step away from famine.
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Reports of organizational disarray and out-and-out thievery streamed in to him this spring and summer from around Taiz -- 5,000 sacks of rice doled out without record of where they'd gone . . . 705 food baskets looted from a welfare agency's warehouses . . . 110 sacks of grain pillaged from trucks trying to make their way through the craggy northern highlands overlooking the city.
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