Sleepless in Yemen amid the sound of Saudi fighter jets

Two Yemenis rearrange their lives around Saudi air strikes on Sanaa.

    For almost three years now, Yemeni aid workers Anas Shahari and Sukaina Sharafuddin have gone to bed hearing Saudi fighter jets circling over their city, Sanaa. Through WhatsApp voice messages, they tell our host Jasmin Bauomy what that's like. 

    Producer / host: Jasmin Bauomy
    Audio producer: Laurentiu Colintineanu
    Platforms & distribution: Mohsin Ali
    Executive producer: Yasir Khan

    This episode has been made in collaboration with Save the Children Yemen.

    READ MORE:
    Key facts about the war in Yemen
    Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen 'a strategic failure'

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    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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