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Yemen: Giving birth in the face of persistent obstacles in Taiz

Nogood Mohammad Ahmed Shamsan was lying under the covers of her bed, exhausted. She rested her left hand on her belly trying to provide comfort while she drew long, slow breaths. Next to Nogood was her mother sitting in a...

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Yemen: MSF hospital partially destroyed in Mocha attack

SANA’A – On Wednesday evening, an aerial attack in Mocha, southwestern Yemen, partially destroyed a hospital run by Médecins Sans Frontières, when the aerial attack hit the surrounding buildings, including a military warehouse. At the time of the attack, around 30 patients...

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Yemen: The indirect consequences of war for people in the country

Far from the bullets and bombs on the frontlines in Yemen, and in places like Ibb which are relatively calm, our staff witness the indirect consequences of the war on ordinary Yemenis. The collapse of the economy and the country's health...

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Yemen: Migrants Abused, Tortured by Smugglers

SANA’A, YEMEN/NEW YORK, MAY 1, 2013—Authorities in Yemen have freed more than one thousand migrants from Somalia and Ethiopia, many suffering from torture and sexual abuse while forcibly held by human smugglers, the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins...

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On a mountainous road in Yemen – Ahmed Mandal

Name : Designation : Ahmed Mandal has worked with MSF’s medical team in Yemen as a general practitioner and intensivist. He tells us what is involved in running a busy emergency room in a mountainous region of the country. Medical...

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