Yacoub El

Last updated on 2016-07-01T05:15+0300.



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
coordinator9.30%EN06/29/201629/06/2016
coordinator for syria90.70%EN06/24/201624/06/2016
Names Lang Count
Yacoub ElEN97.73%
Yacoub ElFR2.27%


 
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Mr El said ( about Yacoub El ) : "The impact of the drought on agricultural livelihood has been enormous. In fact El Niño has caused primarily, a food and agriculture crisis. If we work in a coordinated manner, we can make a difference. And we need to do it because of the impacts we are seeing of climate change, and I think that El Niño last year and this year, is just the beginning”. Deteriorating humanitarian conditions in Syrian towns, cause for alarm. Deteriorating conditions and the need for urgent medical evacuations in four besieged Syrian towns, is a major cause for alarm, according to the country's UN humanitarian coordinator. Yacoub El Hillo, called for the parties to the so-called Four Towns Agreement, which includes Madaya, Foah, Zabadani, and Kefraya, to allow immediate and unconditional access to humanitarian aid. He warned that the conditions that led to some children starving to death in Madaya earlier this year could return, as there had been no access since April. “We are calling on all parties…to ensure that this doesn't happen again" External link

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Mr El said ( about Yacoub El ) : "The impact of the drought on agricultural livelihood has been enormous. In fact El Niño has caused primarily, a food and agriculture crisis. If we work in a coordinated manner, we can make a difference. And we need to do it because of the impacts we are seeing of climate change, and I think that El Niño last year and this year, is just the beginning. Deteriorating humanitarian conditions in Syrian towns, cause for alarm. Deteriorating conditions and the need for urgent medical evacuations in four besieged Syrian towns, is a major cause for alarm, according to the country's UN humanitarian coordinator. Yacoub El Hillo, called for the parties to the so-called Four Towns Agreement, which includes Madaya, Foah, Zabadani, and Kefraya, to allow immediate and unconditional access to humanitarian aid. He warned that the conditions that led to some children starving to death in Madaya earlier this year could return, as there had been no access since April. “We are calling on all parties…to ensure that this doesn't happen again" External link

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Yacoub El

Last updated on 2016-07-01T05:15+0300.



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
coordinator9.30%EN06/29/201629/06/2016
coordinator for syria90.70%EN06/24/201624/06/2016
Names Lang Count
Yacoub ElEN97.73%
Yacoub ElFR2.27%


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Mr El said ( about Yacoub El ) : "The impact of the drought on agricultural livelihood has been enormous. In fact El Niño has caused primarily, a food and agriculture crisis. If we work in a coordinated manner, we can make a difference. And we need to do it because of the impacts we are seeing of climate change, and I think that El Niño last year and this year, is just the beginning”. Deteriorating humanitarian conditions in Syrian towns, cause for alarm. Deteriorating conditions and the need for urgent medical evacuations in four besieged Syrian towns, is a major cause for alarm, according to the country's UN humanitarian coordinator. Yacoub El Hillo, called for the parties to the so-called Four Towns Agreement, which includes Madaya, Foah, Zabadani, and Kefraya, to allow immediate and unconditional access to humanitarian aid. He warned that the conditions that led to some children starving to death in Madaya earlier this year could return, as there had been no access since April. “We are calling on all parties…to ensure that this doesn't happen again" External link

unmultimedia-en Thursday, July 7, 2016 7:34:00 PM EAT

Mr El said ( about Yacoub El ) : "The impact of the drought on agricultural livelihood has been enormous. In fact El Niño has caused primarily, a food and agriculture crisis. If we work in a coordinated manner, we can make a difference. And we need to do it because of the impacts we are seeing of climate change, and I think that El Niño last year and this year, is just the beginning. Deteriorating humanitarian conditions in Syrian towns, cause for alarm. Deteriorating conditions and the need for urgent medical evacuations in four besieged Syrian towns, is a major cause for alarm, according to the country's UN humanitarian coordinator. Yacoub El Hillo, called for the parties to the so-called Four Towns Agreement, which includes Madaya, Foah, Zabadani, and Kefraya, to allow immediate and unconditional access to humanitarian aid. He warned that the conditions that led to some children starving to death in Madaya earlier this year could return, as there had been no access since April. “We are calling on all parties…to ensure that this doesn't happen again" External link

unmultimedia-en Wednesday, July 6, 2016 6:20:00 PM EAT