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Jan 01, 2019 - The Washington Post

The U.N. food agency on Monday threatened to suspend some aid shipments to Yemen if Houthi rebels do not investigate and stop theft and fraud in food distribution, warning that the suspension would affect about 3 million people.

The World Food Program's ultimatum was unusually strong, pointing to how corruption has increased the threat of famine in Yemen, where a four-year civil war has created the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

In a letter sent to rebel leader Abdulmalik al-Hout...