Why Yemen’s civil war is about to get worse

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  • Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Why Yemen’s civil war is about to get worse” – below is their description.

    More than six years after Houthi rebels seized Yemen’s capital and forced its  government into exile, a bloody civil war still rages across the country. Despite a Saudi-led bombing campaign that has destroyed Yemeni infrastructure and crippled its economy, the Houthis remain in control of most of the country’s population centres. The Guardian’s Middle East correspondent Bethan McKernan explains why a new Houthi offensive could heap more misery on the millions of civilians caught in the crossfire.

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    Yemen, officially the Republic of Yemen, is a country at the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia. It is the second-largest Arab sovereign state in the peninsula, occupying 527,970 square kilometres. The coastline stretches for about 2,000 kilometres.

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