Video: Yemenis flee to Saudi border

Thousands escape fighting between government and rebels to camp at Saudi border.

    Thousands of people in Yemen have been leaving areas plagued by fighting between the government and rebels.

    Al Jazeera has fresh evidence that while the stand-off and sporadic violence continues, civilians are paying a heavy price.

    Many have fled to the Al-Mazraq refugee camp near the border with Saudi Arabia, from where Hashem Ahelbarra sent this report.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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