Yemen’s displaced families struggle to survive
Wrapping their children in plastic sheets to stave off the winter cold, Yemeni families driven out of the historic port of Mokha are struggling to adjust to the harsh life of internal displacement.
Story: by Abdo Haider/ AFP | 02nd March 2017, 05:30 Hrs
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Free from IS, but now a ghost town
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Quits Goa Pradesh Congress after 40 years, promises support to BJP in the by-election Read more
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