War in Yemen: Traditional jewel craft under threat

The war in Yemen, now in its fifth year, is threatening the future of this ancient craft.

    A young mother in Yemen is fighting to preserve an ancient craft that is increasingly under threat because of the war.

    Locals call her the princess of Agate for her skills in using precious stones to make jewellery.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed al-Attab visited her workshop in Dhamar, south of the capital Sanaa.


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