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BRINDISI, AUGUST 16 – A new humanitarian flight will take off on August 16 from the United Nations Humanitarian Response Depot in Brindisi. A cargo plane will bring materials provided by the Italian Cooperation to the hospital of Sabratha in Libya about 80 kilometers from Tripoli.
A C-130 will be loaded starting tomorrow on the runway of the military airport “Pierozzi” and will take off the following day. Managed by the World Food Programme, the Brindisi UNHRD is part of a network of six run by the United Nations to provide humanitarian relief around the world. The depots provide a full range of comprehensive supply-chain solutions and are located also in the United Arab Emirates, Ghana, Panama, Malaysia and Spain.(@OnuItalia)
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Alessandra Baldini e’ stata la prima donna giornalista parlamentare per l’Ansa, poi corrispondente a Washington e responsabile degli uffici Ansa di New York e Londra. Dirige OnuItalia.
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