Journalists in Yemen targeted by both sides of the war

It's becoming harder to tell the story of what's happening in Yemen, and human rights groups say the threat is coming from both sides.

    Journalists are under increasing attack by both sides of the war in Yemen.

    They're often threatened by kidnappings, raids and missile strikes.

    One reporter was killed and three others injured in Bayda province last month.

     

    On World Press Freedom Day, Al Jazeera's Mohamad ElBardicy reports on what life is like for journalists in Yemen.


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