Hand-washing: a luxury millions of Yemenis can’t afford | AFP

Hand-washing to combat the spread of coronavirus is the order of the day, but it’s an unaffordable luxury for millions in war-ravaged Yemen where clean water is dangerously scarce.

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Coronavirus: Health workers disinfect Sanaa streets in war-torn Yemen | AFP

Health workers wearing facemasks spray disinfectant and fumigate the streets of Sanaa in anticipation of an outbreak of the new coronavirus in war-torn Yemen.

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In war-torn Yemen, zoo animals face daily struggle | AFP

Yemen’s war makes life a daily struggle for millions of civilians, but creatures in the country’s neglected zoos, including lions, leopards and baboons also face an uncertain future.

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Swarms of locusts invade Yemen’s capital | AFP

Swarms of locusts invade Yemen’s rebel-held capital Sanaa and surrounding regions, where they have become a valuable source of nutrition for many on the brink of famine after five years of conflict.

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A life less sweet for Yemen’s honey trade as war drags on | AFP

Mohammed Manea has tended honey bees northeast of Sanaa for years, but despairs that the production of “Yemen’s gold” is under threat as the war engulfing the country drags on. The conflict has blighted millions of lives and brought the economy to the brink of collapse. Cottage industries such as beekeeping, coffee growing and artisan manufacturing have been hit particularly hard.

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Here’s the latest for Thursday November 7th: Trump to pay $2 million settlement on charity case; Pence puts Trump on the New Hampshire ballot; Doctors Without Boarders hospital damaged in Yemen attack; Kayne West to run for president in 2024. (Nov. 7)

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Residents of Huthis-held Sanaa react to Riyadh agreement | AFP

Residents of Huthis-held Sanaa react to a power-sharing deal signed by Yemen’s internationally recognised government with southern separatists Tuesday, in a Saudi-brokered initiative to end a conflict simmering within the country’s civil war.

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Garbage crisis brings cholera to Yemen’s historic Taez | AFP

Mounds of stinking garbage line the streets of Yemen’s historic city of Taez, once renowned as one of the most beautiful places in the country, but now torn apart by war and becoming a breeding ground for mosquitos as well as deadly outbreaks of diseases like cholera.

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Yemen govt, southern separatists sign power-sharing deal | AFP

Yemen’s internationally recognised government signs a Saudi-brokered power-sharing agreement with southern separatists, aimed at ending a conflict simmering within the country’s long-running civil war. IMAGES

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Torture awaits African migrants traveling in Yemen

Thousands of African migrants, ushered to Yemen by smugglers, find themselves in the particular hell of Ras al-Ara. There, many are raped or otherwise tortured by traffickers who demand more money from the families they left behind. (Oct. 30)

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Highlights of this day in history: Columbus lands in Americas; USS Cole bombed in Yemen; Soviet leader Khrushchev bangs shoe at UN; Blast rips Bali nightclub; Opera’s Luciano Pavarotti born; Singer John Denver dies in plane crash. (Oct. 12)

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WFP delivers aid as war-torn Yemen is on brink of starvation | AFP

The World Food Program (WFP) distributes footage showing children suffering from malnutrition being treated at Sanaa’s al-Sabaeen hospital, while people receive food aid from the organisation in Aden, Lahj and at a school in Sanaa. Yemen, long the Arab world’s poorest country, plunged into war after rebels seized the capital Sanaa in late 2014. The fighting has since killed tens of thousands of people and pushed the country to the brink of famine. ATTN CLIENTS: IMAGES OF MALNOURISHED CHILDREN

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Yemenis upcycle shot-up buses to ease water shortage for students | AFP

Once a bus wreck peppered with bullet holes, the pristine white water tanker parked in front of a Yemen university now delivers water to students in the war-torn and cholera-hit south.

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Yemen’s Huthi rebels celebrate ‘September 21 Revolution’ in Sanaa | AFP

Yemen’s Huthi rebels celebrate the “September 21 Revolution”, referring to the September 21, 2014 when the rebel group took control of the capital Sanaa, on Tahrir square in the Yemeni capital.

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Here’s the latest for Saturday, September 14th: White House: bin Laden son killed in US operation; Yemen rebels claim drone attacks on Saudi oil sites; Clashes during a pro-Beijing rally in Hong Kong; Conservationists ship nine black rhinos to Serengeti.

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