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Five years of civil war, cholera, and starvation have devastated Yemen while Saudi-led blockades and bombing campaigns have left its healthcare system almost useless. Now, Yemen faces a new challenge — a global pandemic, right when crucial aid to the country is starting to dry up. How bad could things get in Yemen?
In this episode:
Hakim Almasmari, journalist and mediator in Sanaa, Yemen.
Donors pledge $1.35bn in humanitarian aid to war-ravaged Yemen
Yemen gov't accuses Houthis of covering up coronavirus outbreak
Saudi-led coalition says it shot down two Houthi drones
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