Yemeni civilians caught in Taiz fighting

The province of Taiz has been a focal point of Yemen’s civil war since it began two years ago. It lies between territories held by Houthi rebels in the north and government-controlled areas in the south.

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    The province of Taiz has been a focal point of Yemen's civil war since it began two years ago.

    It lies between territories held by Houthi rebels in the north and government-controlled areas in the south.

    For the people caught in the middle, it has simply compounded the hardship of an already difficult life.

    Al Jazeera's Mereana Hond reports.


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