Yemen aid woes
Coalition forces eye Hodeidah port.
U.S. aid chief says no sign Yemen port blockade easing to allow aid in
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – There are no signs that a blockade of Yemen’s ports by a Saudi-led military coalition has eased to allow aid to reach communities increasingly at risk of starvation, the head of the U.S. government’s aid agency said on Tuesday.
USAID administrator Mark Green called on the Saudi-led military coalition to open Yemen’s ports and for Yemen’s Houthis to cease firing to allow food and medical supplies to flow to tens of thousands of Yemenis caught in the fighting.
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