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Arabs fear for wheat supplies after Russia invades Ukraine

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Russia's invasion of Ukraine could mean less bread on the table in Egypt, Lebanon, Yemen and elsewhere in the Arab world. The region is heavily dependent on wheat supplies from the two countries which are now at war. If those supplies are disrupted, "the Ukraine crisis could trigger renewed protests and instability" in several countries.
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Arabs Fear For Wheat Supplies After Russia Invades Ukraine

Arabs fear for wheat supplies after Russia invades Ukraine

4 months ago·United States
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Arabs fear for wheat supplies after Russia invades Ukraine

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Arabs fear for wheat supplies after Russia invades Ukraine

Russia's invasion of Ukraine could mean less bread on the table in Egypt, Lebanon, Yemen and elsewhere in the Arab world where millions already struggle to survive.

4 months ago·France
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Arabs fear for wheat supplies after Russia invades Ukraine

Cairo (AFP), Feb 26 – Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could mean less bread on the table in Egypt, Lebanon, Yemen and elsewhere in the Arab world where millions already struggle to survive.The region is heavily dependent on wheat supplies from the two countries which are now at war, and any shortages of the staple food have potential to bring unrest.If those supplies are disrupted, “the Ukraine crisis could trigger renewed protests and instability”…

4 months ago·Nairobi, Kenya
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Arabs fear for wheat supplies after Russia invades Ukraine

CAIRO: Russia's invasion of Ukraine could mean less bread on the table in Egypt, Lebanon, Yemen and elsewhere in the...

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Arabs fear for wheat supplies after Russia invades Ukraine

Russia's invasion of Ukraine could mean less bread on the table in Egypt, Lebanon, Yemen and elsewhere in the Arab world where millions already struggle to survive.The region is heavily dependent on wheat supplies from the two countries which are now at war, and any shortages of the staple food have potential to bring unrest.If those supplies are disrupted, "the Ukraine crisis could trigger renewed protests and instability" in several Middle Eas…

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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