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Friday 24 August 2012 at 3.07pm: strong winds and intermittent rains accompanying the tropical storm are battering the south coast of the country. In Port-au-Prince the light breeze is considered with apprehension, with people fearing that it will be replaced by violent winds in the next few hours.
As Yemen's hunger crisis worsens, families are resorting to some desperate measures to cope. The price of basic foodstuffs and fuel has increased and the UN says 10 million people are going hungry, with 5 million needing urgent assistance.
Oxfam visited the northern governorate of Hajjah, close to the border with Saudi Arabia, to assess how families have been coping during the current hunger crisis and to plan our response...
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