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Feb 1, 2019

For several years Saudi Arabia has been at war against a group of Houthi fighters in Yemen, and the whole population has been suffering. Cholera was sweeping the country, in the summer and fall of 2018 and food could not be brought in through, so people were starving. Yusur reached a young journalist in Sanaa, who explained this tragic situation.   (Video version 11 June 2018)

  • Yusur Al Bahrani, Journalist living in Yellowknife, Northweat Territories, Canada
  • Ahmed Jehaf, Journalist living in Sana'a, Yemen, in conversation with the host, Metta Spencer.

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