A boy holds a book as he walks on books scattered on the ground after an airstrike hit a school book storage building in the northwestern city of Saada, Yemen January 13, 2018. REUTERS/Naif Rahma
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Four mobile cranes have arrived in Houthi-controlled Hudaida Port, the United Nations said Monday, after an Arab-led coalition agreed to let them into Yemen, where nearly three years of war have pushed the country to the verge of famine.The cranes are expected to help ease a humanitarian crisis ravaging Yemen since its war began in 2015 .Before the conflict, Hudaida Port handled around 70 percent of Yemen's imports, including critical food and humanitarian supplies.The United Nations says that more than 22 million of Yemen's 25 million population need humanitarian assistance, including 11.3 million who are in acute need – an increase of more than 1 million people since March 2017 .
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