Yemen war: Civilians struggle to buy food to break their fast

In the last four years, Yemen's currency has sunk and cost of food soared, becoming major driver behind current food crisis.

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    As Muslims around the world are fasting during the holy month of Ramadan, people in war-torn Yemen are struggling to buy the food they need to break their fast.

    Many in the capital, Sanaa, which is under Houthi control, work without pay and have no money to buy food.

    Some are making do by buying products that are way past the expiration date.

    Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports.


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