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Yemenis transform shrapnel into daggersIn his war-torn city, a Yemeni artisan is transforming shrapnel that litters the streets into the country's celebrated traditional daggers.For 45 years, blacksmith Mohammad Haradhi has crafted swords for his clients' loved ones and built custom locks. But after more than three years of war, he and so many other Yemenis have been left struggling to find work.Those made from repurposed shrapnel sell for up to 20,000 Yemeni riyals ($79).
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