Yemen: Three years of war takes its toll on Hodeidah fishermen

Yemeni fishermen from the port city of Hodeidah are increasingly desperate as severe restrictions on sailing cuts them off from their livelihoods.

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    Fighting for the strategic port of Hodeidah in Yemen has badly affected the livelihood of fishermen, who fear going out to sea because of the constant threat from air attacks and naval mines.

    On Thursday, at least six Yemeni fishermen were reportedly killed when the Saudi coalition targeted boats in Hodeidah.

    Al Jazeera's Brandice Alexander reports.


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