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Niedożywione dzieci w Jemenie (19)

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A man walks with a toddler at a malnutrition treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. (Photo by MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP)
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A child suffering from malnutrition lies on a bed at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huth-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP)
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A child suffering from malnutrition lies in the lap of a woman at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huth-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / An infant suffering from malnutrition lies on a bed at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huth-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / An infant suffering from malnutrition lies on a bed at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huth-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A child suffering from malnutrition lies on a bed at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A child suffering from severe malnutrition is weighed at a treatment centre in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A child suffering from severe malnutrition is measured at a treatment centre in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A child suffering from severe malnutrition is measured at a treatment centre in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A child suffering from severe malnutrition is weighed at a treatment centre in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A child suffering from severe malnutrition is weighed at a treatment centre in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A child suffering from severe malnutrition is measured at a treatment centre in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A woman holds a child suffering from malnutrition while sitting on a bed at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A child suffering from malnutrition lies in the lap of a woman at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A woman holds a child suffering from malnutrition while sitting on a bed at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A male nurse prepares milk for children suffering from malnutrition at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A male nurse prepares milk for children suffering from malnutrition at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A male nurse prepares milk for children suffering from malnutrition at a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A woman carries a child suffering from malnutrition into a treatment centre in al-Sabeen Maternal Hospital in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 22, 2019. - Some Yemenis in Sanaa fear starvation after the World Food Programme announced partial suspension of aid to the rebel-held capital. Citing problems with "diversion of food" from the neediest, the UN agency said on June 20 that it would initially only target Sanaa city, controlled by the Iran-aligned Huthis. The decision will affect 850,000 people. Nutrition programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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