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Yemenis stash supplies, fearing worst after strongman's death

Sanaa residents were stocking up on goods and seeking urgent care Wednesday, fearing an impending resumption of hostilities after a showdown between Huthi rebels and loyalists of Yemen's slain ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh. The International Committee of the Red Cross has appealed for "bold measures" to provide life-saving care to civilians after an "unprecedented" escalation of fighting killed more than 230 people over the past week.
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