Yemenis depend on solar power amid war

Since 2015, the city of Taiz in southwest Yemen has seen heavy fighting between Houthi rebels and government forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition. The war-torn country has also been hit by deadly floods in recent weeks.

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    Since 2015, the city of Taiz in southwest Yemen has seen heavy fighting between Houthi rebels and government forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition. The war-torn country has also been hit by deadly floods in recent weeks.

    But some residents in Taiz are managing to keep life going thanks to solar power.

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports.


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