UN humanitarian agency says thousands of people needing medical help abroad cannot leave the country.
Kamahl Santamaria has close to 15 years experience in television news. He's reported and anchored news, sport and business; across networks in New Zea... land, Australia, and now the Middle East as a world news anchor for Al Jazeera English.
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