Yemen: no food, no medicine, no water

The war in Yemen grinds on, as does its human toll. Starvation, disease and physical danger are realities of life for most Yemenis.

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    The conflict in Yemen - and a blockade by the Saudi-led military coalition - has left millions of people without food, medicines, or access to clean water.

    Doctors say hospitals are running out of supplies as they struggle to contain outbreaks of diphtheria and cholera, as well as malnutrition.

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports.


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