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Displaced Yemenis grow desperate in camps

Humanitarian organizations are struggling to meet the needs of millions of internally displaced Yemenis amid the ongoing war.
A young woman runs while a fighter approaches a man.

TAIZZ, Yemen — Words can no longer describe the catastrophic living situation of displaced people in Yemen, who have been sleeping in the open in deserts and valleys, fleeing the raging war ravaging their country.

For seven years now, Yemenis have been forcibly displaced in their own homeland, eagerly awaiting stability and peace to reign again so they can return to their homes and reintegrate into society.

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