Yemen war: Hundreds of 'northerners' expelled from Aden

In testimonies provided to Al Jazeera, some business owners say they were told they would be killed unless they packed up and left southern Yemen.

    Regional divisions between North and South Yemen are worsening, as the country enters its fourth year of war.

    The South was a separate country until 1990 and calls for secession are once again gaining strength.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports.


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