60 Minutes Story on Yemen

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    Dey need drinkable water in Yemen...

    ICRC buys fuel to supply Yemen with clean water
    Nov. 29, 2017 -- The International Committee of the Red Cross said Wednesday it is buying 750,000 liters of diesel fuel to provide clean water to cities in Yemen affected by a blockade enforced by a Saudi-led coalition.
     
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    dey nevah had drinkable water in Yemen. -----a personal anecdote-----a person close to me was born in that shariah shit hole ---circa 1940. Lots of diseases ENDEMIC in Yemen are based on the shit to mouth route---Ie---shit contaminated water. CHOLERA is a shit-mouth
    sickness-------as is poliomyelitis. He was born in the shit hole and in the first year of life contracted THE SICKNESS that almost took his life and did take the lives of several sibs.
    DAT WAS WHEN MOOOOZIES controlled the place and Saudi Arabia had NOTHING TO DO WITH THAT SHIT HOLE-----the only persons interested very soon was DA COMMIE PIGS Anyway---baby hubby did survive and was rescued. Yemen has IMPORTANT PORTS-------dats what interests Iran and Russia--------other than its ports-----since the invasion of the slobs of Arabia------no one has cared
     
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    Blockade Creates Shortage of Vaccines...
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    Diphtheria Cases Soaring in Yemen as Blockade Creates Shortage of Vaccines
    December 03, 2017 — The World Health Organization reports the Saudi-led blockade of Yemen’s sea ports is hampering efforts to contain a diphtheria outbreak that, so far, has caused 197 cases of the disease, including 22 deaths.
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    Yemen's Houthis say they shot missile at UAE nuclear site; UAE denies
    Dec. 3, 2017 -- Houthi rebels in Yemen said they fired a missile at nuclear power facility in Abu Dhabi, an incident the United Arab Emirates denied Sunday.
     

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