'We're cooking leaves': Civilians caught in Yemen's war

Civilians caught in the intensifying fighting are now so hungry they are eating leaves off trees.

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    As the UN envoy steps up efforts to revive talks to end the three-year-old civil war, fighting is intensifying across the country.

    But it is the country’s civilians that bear the brunt of the suffering, forced to eat vegetation in spite of the adverse side effects it causes.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons has been following the story from nearby Djibouti.


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