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Iran aid, in Iraq's national interests: Iraqi deputy speaker
Iran has helped Iraq to establish its sovereignty and as a result it will have a share in reconstruction of Iraq, said the deputy speaker of Iraqi Parliament.
Iraq seeks $90 billion for reconstruction
Iraq needs nearly $90 billion to rebuild after three years of war with the Islamic State group, officials said Monday, with large parts of the country in ruins and tens of thousands left homeless.
Aid groups slam U.S. for withholding Palestinian refugee funds
The leaders of 21 humanitarian aid groups wrote to the Trump administration on Wednesday to object “in the strongest terms” to a decision to withhold $65 million in planned U.S. contributions to the United Nations agency that serves Palestinian refugees.
Warnings of fallout after US freezes funding for Palestinian refugees
The UN agency for Palestinian refugees warned on Wednesday it faced its worst funding crisis ever after the White House froze tens of millions of dollars in contributions, a move Palestinian leaders decried as cruel and blatantly biased.
Trump: US has gotten 'nothing' from Pakistan aid
Pakistan FM: Trump’s ‘no more’ holds no importance
UK halts Syria aid program amid reports that it funds terrorists
The UK government has suspended a Syrian aid program to investigate reports that the money is ending up in the wrong hands.
Official: Aid ship enters Yemen's port after three-week blockade
A ship carrying 5,500 tonnes of flour docked in Yemen's Hodeida port in the Red Sea, the first since the regime in Riyadh ordered a tightening of the blockade of the impoverished country.
First aid flight in weeks lands in Yemen capital
A UN plane carrying desperately needed vaccines landed in the Yemeni capital Sana’a on Saturday after a three-week Saudi-led aid blockade that had sparked warnings thousands could die.
UN: Aid workers to return to Yemen, but not aid
The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen has given the United Nations permission to resume flights of aid workers to the country’s capital on Saturday, but not to dock ships loaded with wheat and medical supplies, a UN spokesman said.
Zarif: Iran ready to ship relief aid to Syria, Yemen
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday that Iran is ready to send humanitarian relief aid to Syria and Yemen.
Criticism of US sanctions returns after Iran quake
With Iranian-Americans abroad unable to send money directly to Iran to aid those affected by this week's powerful earthquake that killed over 430 people, criticism of US sanctions on Iran flared up anew on Thursday.
US House committee passes bill to cut aid to Palestinians
The US House Foreign Affairs Committee has unanimously passed legislation that would cut funding to the Palestinian Authority.
Qasemi dismisses rumors on UAE offer of aid over earthquake
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi dismissed as untrue the rumors on a phone call between Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Iranian president about the UAE’s offer of aid to earthquake-affected people in western Iran.
Zarif thanks global offers of aid over quake
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif extended his gratitude for global expressions of sympathy and offers of assistance over the Sunday earthquake that killed at least 430 people in western provinces of Iran.
Aid groups warn of ‘catastrophic’ famine in Yemen
If aid deliveries are not resumed, Yemen will experience the worst famine the world has seen in recent decades.

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