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U.S. pledges $585 million in new aid for Yemen in 2022


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken addressed the 16th International Women of Courage Awards (IWOC), ceremony held at Washington State Department on March 14, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Millis/Pool

DUBAI, (Reuters) – The United States pledged Wednesday $585million in new financing for Yemen as part of a United Nations fundraising drive.

A pledge event by the U.N. for war-torn Yemen is expected to raise nearly $4.3Billion. This comes after the funding of the humanitarian drive in Yemen had run out, even though global attention was already focused on the Ukraine conflict. Blinken reported that the U.S. has contributed $4.5 billion to Yemen since the outbreak of conflict.

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