Yemen war: Humanitarian crisis worsens in fifth year of conflict

Analysts say more than 91,000 have died, 3 million displaced since war began, with nationwide famine imminent.

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    For nearly five years, the Saudi-Emirati-led coalition has been fighting against the Houthis in Yemen - bringing it to the point of collapse.

    And still, the coalition has not yet won the war.

    But its people continue to pay the price.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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