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UN officials: Yemen could face famine if no immediate action

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Yahoo News UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.N. officials warned Thursday that the escalating conflict in Yemen has left two-thirds of the population in need of humanitarian aid and the country could face famine this year unless immediate action is taken.

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Who is Adam Thomas? I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! 2016 profile

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Who is Adam Thomas? I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! 2016 profile Biography: Thomas got his breakthrough role playing Donte Charles on school drama Waterloo Road, but it was his arrival on Emmerdale in 2009 as Adam Barton that brought him into

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EXCLUSIVE: Bryce Dallas Howard Says She's Heading To Film 'Jurassic World 2 ...

person Orange Themes access_time Jan 30,2017

EXCLUSIVE: Bryce Dallas Howard Says She's Heading To Film 'Jurassic World 2 ... "I'm getting ready to go to [film] Jurassic [World 2] and I got contact lenses to block off my pupil," Howard told ET's Cameron Mathison during the SAG Awards red carpet

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