A Yemeni man carries a barrel of supplies as he walks through the mountains along the only path accessible between the southern cities of Aden and Taez on December 26, 2015. AFP PHOTO / AHMAD AL-BASHA
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The United Nations World Food Program said Sunday that it has sent food supplies to besieged zones inside the Yemeni city of Taiz, where the people have been suffering from dire humanitarian conditions.According to WFP, negotiations between U.N. humanitarian official and local representatives of the Ibb province, north of Taiz, also saw the arrival of humanitarian aid to that region.U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen Jamie McGoldrick Saturday called for regular humanitarian access to parts of the battleground city of Taiz. U.N. children's fund representative Julien Harneis, who also went to Taiz, told reporters that the conditions of displaced people in areas near the city were "absolutely terrible".
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