Yemen: More than two million displaced since conflict began

Hundreds of thousands of displaced Yemenis are trying to survive in camps without basic health and sanitation provisions.

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    Hundreds of thousands of displaced Yemenis are trying to survive in camps without basic health and sanitation provisions.

    More than two million have been displaced since the war begin three and a half years ago.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports.


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