Yemen suffers another cholera outbreak

The United Nations says more than $1bn of aid promised to Yemen by the international community needs to be delivered immediately, as the country battles another outbreak of cholera.

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    The United Nations says more than $1bn of aid promised to Yemen by the international community needs to be delivered immediately, as the country battles another outbreak of cholera.

    The outbreak of the bacterial infection, which is usually caused by poor sanitation, has emerged again after two years of conflict destroyed sewage systems and shut down hospitals.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.


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