Yemen’s war: Medical imports ban endangers patients

The Ministry of Health run by Houthi rebels in Sanaa says import restrictions imposed by the Saudi-UAE coalition are hurting patients.

    The Saudi-UAE coalition in Yemen has restricted imports for the past few years.

    That has created problems in healthcare, with patients struggling to find life-saving medicines.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Al-Attab reports from Yemen's capital.


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