Yemenis say little has changed in Hodeidah despite aid

Saudis have allowed humanitarian aid to flow into Yemen, but in a limited manner that is insufficient to meet the needs of a population in crisis.

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    In Yemen, people say they're continuing to suffer from a Saudi-led blockade.

    In recent weeks, the Saudis have allowed humanitarian aid to flow into the country, but in a limited manner that is insufficient to meet the needs of a population in crisis.

    In the port city of Hodeidah, people say little has changed.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports.


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