Hodeidah's displaced flee fighting, seek refuge in Lahij

Camps are being set up in the neighbouring province to accommodate those displaced by fighting in the port city.

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    The world’s largest humanitarian crisis just got worse in June, when Saudi-led military action to take control of Hodeidah intensified.

    About 121,000 people have escaped since the beginning of last month.

    Many of them have ended up in neighbouring Lahij province.

     

    Al Jazeera's Sara Khairat reports.


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