SANAA, June 28 (AFP) - Yemen is
hosting 73,000 refugees registered by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees,
most of them from Somalia, the official news agency SABA said Wednesday.
It said 67,000 were Somali refugees and
that the rest were mainly from Eritrea and Ethiopia, which signed a peace
accord in Algeria on June 18 after two years of war.
Another 378 Eritreans and 129 Ethiopians
arrived in the Red Sea port city of Mocha over the past week, SABA said,
adding that Yemeni authorities provided them with tents and food.
Somalia, meanwhile, has been without