Yemen's healthcare system among war's wreckage

More than half of hospitals and clinics destroyed, leading to shortage of vital medicines after years of confilct.

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    Years of conflict have wrecked Yemen's healthcare system.

    More than half of the hospitals and clinics have been destroyed.

    There is also a shortage of medicines and those that are available are too expensive for most Yemenis.

    Al Jazeera's Priyanka Gupta reports.


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