A man gestures as he tries to save a vehicle swept away by flood waters in Yemen's island of Socotra November 2, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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Relief aid started to be flown in to Yemen Wednesday as a rare tropical cyclone eased into a depression after wreaking havoc in parts of the war-torn country.Three military planes sent by Oman landed in Socotra with 54 tonnes of food and medicine, Saba state news agency reported, adding that six more planes from the sultanate were expected by Thursday.The U.N. said Tuesday that at least 1.1 million people, mainly in the provinces of Hadramawt and Shabwa were expected to be affected by Chapala.
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