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Topic - Caroline Gluck
"I've been to villages where mothers have lost their children and they say it's because they couldn't feed them properly; it's because of the hunger," said Caroline Gluck, an Oxfam spokeswoman in Sanaa, the capital.
"Right now, Yemen is mired in a quagmire of a humanitarian crisis, it can't pull its way out at the moment and it desperately needs more money," Gluck said.