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Kerry to discuss ‘humanitarian pause’ in Yemen with Saudi Arabia

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US Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday he will be discussing with Saudi Arabia the implementation of a "humanitarian pause" in military operations in Yemen in order to facilitate aid operations.

"I will be there in Saudi Arabia tonight. We will be discussing the nature of the pause and how it might be implemented," Kerry told reporters in Djibouti. "We are deeply concerned about the humanitarian situation that is unfolding in Yemen."

US Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday he will be discussing with Saudi Arabia the implementation of a “humanitarian pause” in military operations in Yemen in order to facilitate aid operations.

“I will be there in Saudi Arabia tonight. We will be discussing the nature of the pause and how it might be implemented,” Kerry told reporters in Djibouti. “We are deeply concerned about the humanitarian situation that is unfolding in Yemen.”

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