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U.S. to provide nearly $55 mln more humanitarian aid for Afghanistan

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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the United States would provide nearly $55 million in additional immediate humanitarian assistance in response to last week's Afghanistan earthquake. The new funding brings total U.s. humanitarian assistance to over $774 million in the last year.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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U.S. to provide nearly $55 mln more humanitarian aid for Afghanistan -Blinken

The United States will provide nearly $55 million in immediate aid for Afghanistan in response to an earthquake that last week struck a remote southeastern region, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced on Tuesday.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Hill

US sending nearly $55 million more in aid to Afghanistan after earthquake

The U.S. will provide nearly $55 million to Afghanistan to respond to a devastating earthquake that took place last week, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced on Tuesday. The additional fund…

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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2 months ago·Canada
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Malay Mail

US to provide nearly $55 mln more humanitarian aid for Afghanistan, says Blinken

WASHINGTON, June 28 — The United States will provide nearly US$55 million (RM241.8 million) in immediate aid for Afghanistan in response to an earthquake that last week struck a...

2 months ago·Selangor, Malaysia
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Anadolu Ajansı

US to provide $55 million to those affected by Afghanistan earthquake

Humanitarian assistance will go through US Agency for International Development, says Antony Blinken - Anadolu Agency

2 months ago·Turkey
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$55 million in U.S. humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

$55 million in U.S. humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

2 months ago·Turkey
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