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Oxfam: End Saudi arms sale to protect Yemenis

A view shows on September 22, 2016 buildings destroyed during Saudi-led air strikes in the Yemeni port city of Hodeida. (Photo by AFP)

Mohammed al-Attab
Press TV, Sana'a

World leading charity Oxfam has joined the chorus of opposition to the deadly Saudi war on Yemen. The aid agency has urged the UK Government to stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia, calls are growing for more aid to ease the suffering caused by the war in Yemen. Oxfam says, more than 14 million people, half of Yemen’s population, are suffering hunger. Mohammed al-Attab repors from Sana'a.

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