Corruption hurdle to Yemen aid

 Western and Gulf Arab donors want to help Yemen escape the poverty on which Al Qaeda thrives, but new aid will not flow unless President Ali Abdullah Saleh enacts reforms and tackles corruption, diplomats and analysts say. Diplomats claim inefficient bureaucracy and a lack of transparency in tenders have helped clog the aid pipeline.

 
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