More Yemeni children die as medicine prices skyrocket

Spiralling inflation in Yemen has nearly doubled the cost of providing for a family.

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    Spiralling inflation in Yemen has nearly doubled the cost of feeding a family, while at the same time halving incomes.

    Medicine prices have soared as well, with some people unable to buy any at all and others forced to buy and take less than they need.

     

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports.


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