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Mohammed al-Attab

Press TV, Sana'a

Yemen is struggling to deal with a spreading cholera outbreak. Authorities in the capital Sana’a have declared a state of emergency over the deadly epidemic and have called for international assistance to avert a possible disaster. The International Committee of the Red Cross says Cholera has killed at least 184 people in recent weeks. As our correspondent Mohammad al-Attab reports the United Nations humanitarian coordinator in Yemen has also sounded the alarm over the dire humanitarian situation there.